Title: Download 1spirit & theophilus sunday – Yahweh, Let Rivers Flow [Mp3+Lyrics]
“Yahweh, Let Rivers Flow” by 1spirit & theophilus sunday is a beautiful and moving call to prayer for men to pray everywhere without sin, grudge, or doubt. The song emphasizes that prayer is not just about speaking in tongues, but about having a heart of forgiveness and being willing to pray for others, even those we disagree with. The speaker also calls for prayer for men to pray in all places, including hospitals, mosques, and shrines.
The song begins with a call to open the Bible to 1 Timothy 2:8. The speaker then reads the verse, which says, “I will therefore that men pray everywhere, lifting up holy hands without wrath and doubting.” The speaker then explains that there are two versions of this verse, one that says “without sin” and one that says “without grudge.” The speaker says that both versions are important, and that we should pray without sin, grudge, or doubt.
The speaker then says that there is a kind of people that prayer is required of in this scripture. These people are men who are holy, without sin, and without doubt. The speaker says that these men are meant to be found everywhere, and that it is God’s will that they pray everywhere.
The speaker then calls for a moment of prayer. He asks that anyone who has a grudge against someone to bow their head and ask Jesus to forgive them. He also asks that everyone purify their hearts so that they can pray effectively.
The speaker then says that what we are trying to do is to reach out to our streets, hospitals, mosques, and shrines. He says that we want to pray for men to pray everywhere, not just because they can speak in tongues, but because they are righteous and their prayers will avail much.
The speaker then ends with a call to action. He asks that everyone lift up their voices and pray for men to pray everywhere. He says that we can pray for men to pray in our families, our communities, and our countries. He also says that we can pray for men to pray in Asia, Europe, and North America. The speaker ends the song by saying that we can pray that prayer will flow again.
I believe that this song is a powerful reminder of the importance of prayer. It is a call to action for men to pray everywhere and for everyone to support them in their prayers.