Do you know what it feels like to be forgotten? Are you living through the “what if’s” of life?” Have you ever been limited because of something that was not your fault? The Word tells us Jonathan was a man of great loyalty. His son Mephibosheth, became permanently handicapped and forced to live in Lodebar (which means “a place of no communication”.) David was a King, a warrior and a worshiper who understood the power of crying out to the Lord. Pastor Brady uses the lives and relationship of these three men to counter attack the enemy's plans to suffocate your joy, your hope, and your peace.
Is it possible that your life has been on hold, stuck in Lodebar, where you couldn’t communicate what you were feeling? Break the silence! The enemy thrives on the silence of pain, but God expects to hear from you. It’s your cry that attracts his presence. He knows where you are and he will never forget one of his own. You have the ability to use prayer as a platform to speak outwardly about the things you feel inwardly. Don’t cry any longer over where you’ve been. Cry out of where you are, because if you will break the silence, God will break the chains.