Your Intercession Questions Answered

Lee Ann’s newest book, Coming March 1, 2016 …

(And now is the time to get in on the pre-order sale!)

Your Intercession Questions Answered, by Lee Ann RubsamWhether you are new at intercession or have been at it for quite some time, no doubt you have some questions. Perhaps you have mentioned them to your pastor or other prayer warriors, but haven’t received the answers you were searching for. Maybe you’ve been too embarrassed to even ask, because you feared others would not understand.

In Your Intercession Questions Answered, I tackle questions intercessors commonly have, from basic terminology to more complex issues we all face as we walk out the ministry of prayer — questions such as:

  • How to “flow with the Spirit”
  • How to keep from burning out
  • What kind of supernatural experiences are normal in the course of prayer
  • How to know when you have “prayed through”
  • What to do to avoid word curses and witchcraft prayer
  • Why there are tensions between you and your pastor — and how to fix or avoid them
  • How to handle spiritual warfare wisely — and many more.

Table of Contents:
The Basics
Intercessor Terminology
The Prayer Language
Practical Know-How
Challenges Intercessors Encounter
Spiritual Warfare
Prophetic Experiences
Things to Embrace and Things to Avoid
Additional Terminology


Special pre-order $2.00 off sale on e-book edition, now until March 1, 2016 release date — $2.99. (E-book price 3-01-16 and after: $4.99)

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4 responses to “Your Intercession Questions Answered

  1. Congratulations on your newest book! I am eager to read it, and will definitely get a copy when the physical book becomes available in March!


  2. Got a question. If you are interceding for someone and do not realize it (such as having anxiety attacks about wanting to be married in this weird case) and many people pray for you – until you realize what is going on and change the circumstance… Those prayers for you don’t get stolen and imputed to the other person do they? Basically I think after I prayed for someone, I prayed for forgiveness for some sins of theirs that may have been unrepentant. Well I had many people pray for me for things during that time. I have repented of presumption and asked God to close the doors that I had left open.


    • Hi Shaun,
      I’m not sure I understand your question, but I will try to answer, and if I’m not hitting the mark, perhaps we can talk about it further.

      The only way I can think of that we would end up interceding for someone else without realizing it, is if we are praying in tongues. Is that what you mean? If we are praying with our understanding, we are either interceding for someone else, or we aren’t, by our deliberate will. We don’t have to wonder what we’re doing.

      And, I think, if other people were interceding for you for symptoms or problems you were experiencing, you can trust that God will apply their prayers to you, to take care of your needs.

      If you repented of any areas of presumption, and asked God to close any doors into the spirit realm, soul ties, or any other kind of unhealthiness, I believe you can rest in the assurance that He has answered, and you will be OK.


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