Kathy — We have to have our minds renewed to think like our Father. A renewed mind equips us to walk in dominion because we are enabled to discern both what’s going on and what to allow in earth that aligns with “as in heaven”. When Jesus taught the disciples to pray “Father, Your will be done on earth as in heaven”, who knew how much the answer to that prayer would extensively involve sons and daughters? We are all involved in this heaven-to-earth process, and our starting posture is looking to Him.
Kathy — To pray, “Your Kingdom come and Your will be done, on earth as in heaven,” is not asking God to do what He does and just take care of everything while I go grocery shopping. Praying His Kingdom come is an action of agreement. To pray that as Jesus meant it, we must be willing to align with His answer as it processes into the earth. We cannot effectually pray “Your Kingdom come and will be done on earth” without being committed to participation that may involve action on our part.