"Be strong in the Lord and in His mighty power." (Eph. 6:10)

Mizpah Global Prayer Network is a sentinel to the nation. We have been given a mandate by the Lord Jesus Christ to connect with other sentinel’s worldwide as military guards, watchmen and gatekeepers to guard, protect, and warn of impending danger to our nation. A sentinel is a military guard posted over a group of people or wide area, to guard against enemy intrusion, protect, and warn of impending danger. Mizpath literally means watchtower, lookout post, or a place for intercession. “Assemble all Isreal at Mizpah and I will intercede with the Lord for you. When they had assembled at Mizpah, they drew water and poured it out before the Lord. On that day they fasted and there they confessed. “We have sinned against the Lord.” 1 Samuel 7:5-6.

"...Our God is near us when we pray." (Deut. 4:7)

Political, military and social activities took place at Mizpah. Mizpah is a “spiritual gateway” for intercessors to touch the heart of God in prayer to transform our nation. The nation’s capital is our political, military, and social gateway and it serves as the head of state. It is our call to national prayer. It was at the heights of Mizpah that God defeated Israel’s enemies. The watchmen, gatekeepers and the body of Christ have been called to intercede for our nation. The Spirit of Rebellion has swept over America. “Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils; Speaking lies in hypocrisy, having their conscience seared with a hot iron.” (1 Timothy 4:1-2) “For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. Because thou has rejected the word of the Lord, He hath also rejected thee from the being king.” (1 Samuel 15:23) Lucifer organized a rebellion and revolt in heaven against God. He is currently organizing a rebellion and revolt against God on earth.
The masses of people in America are under the direct influences of the powers of darkness. Seducing spirits of rebellion have grown in power over America. Christians are being persecuted and martyred in our nation and globally for preaching Jesus Christ. The watchmen and gatekeepers of America must unite and assemble at the Mizpah Gate to intercede for our political, military, government, religious, and educational leaders, and media to transform our nation’s social and moral climate to bring glory to the Lord Jesus Christ. We need to pray that our leaders will yield their minds, will, and decisions to the wisdom of God. This is a call to arms “Pray for our Nation.” Samuel subdued the Philistines at Mizpah. Samuel had called a national conference of the Israelites to gather at Mizpah in order to repent for their idolatry of worshipping pagan deities. (1 Samuel 7:1-14) The Israelites learned that prayer is the way to secure God’s protection. The Old Testament provides Mizpah locations and settings where God met His people and utterly destroyed their enemies. Nations were defeated in the heights and valleys of Mizpah territories.
Later Samuel called a new national conference at Mizpah. It was here where Saul was chosen king. (1 Samuel 10:17-27) Mizpah was a place in Gilead where Jacob built a monument as confirmation of the covenant between his father-in-law and himself. (Ge. 31-49) Mizpah of Gilead was the home of Jephthah the judge, a place of refuge. (1 Samuel 22:3) The Babylonians appointed Gedaliah as military governor in Mizpah, and he helped repair the foundation gate of Jerusalem under Nehemiah. (Neh. 3:7-19) While David was being pursued by Saul, he took his parents to Mizpah where the king of Moab resided for protection. (1 Samuel 22:3) In Judges 19:1-25, as a result of the death of the Levites concubine, Mizpah was the rallying point for the Israelite tribes. It is clear from a biblical standpoint to say that the surrounding territories of Mizpah were much stronger for military defense because of its strong political influence. Modern Kerak was the capital of Moab. Mizpah is another name for Kir, the etymology of watchtower. (1 Samuel 22:3)
The importance of prayer is affirmed throughout the bible.