21 Days of Prayer and Fasting

January 10 – January 31, 2021

RELEVANT MESSAGE: BE MINDFUL

We are so excited to begin this journey with you. As 2021 begins, we want to start the year with 21 days of prayer and fasting.

How to participate?

Join us every evening either on campus or online.

– Submit your prayer request, on the link below, so we will pray for you.

– Fast

 

PRAYER SCHEDULE

Monday 6pm-7pm

Tuesday 6pm (Online only)

Wednesday 6pm-7pm

Thursday 6pm (Online only)

Friday 6pm-7pm

Saturday 6pm (Online only)

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PREPARING YOUR FAST

STEP 1: Set Your Objective

Think about why are you fasting? Is it for for the family, for financial, for guidance problems, for special grace to handle a difficult situation?

Through fasting and prayer we humble ourselves before God so the Holy Spirit will stir our souls, awaken our churches, and heal our land according to 2 Chronicles 7:14. Make this a priority in your fasting.

STEP 2: Make Your Commitment

Pray about the kind of fast you should undertake.

  • How much time each day you will devote to prayer and God’s Word.

STEP 3: Prepare Yourself Spiritually

Begin your time of fasting and prayer with an expectant heart. Let the Holy Spirit lead you.

STEP 4: Expect Results

If you sincerely humble yourself before the Lord, repent, pray, and seek God’s face; if you consistently meditate on His Word, you will experience a heightened awareness of His presence (John 14:21).

CONSIDER THESE WHEN PRAYING

STEP 1: Prioritze Prayer

Attend prayer services during the fast
or at least designate a ti me to pray daily.

STEP 2: Pray the Scripture

Write down verses and say them out
loud.

STEP 3: Combine music with Prayer

Music helps block out the noise of daily life.

STEP 4: Kneel and walk around

The posture of your heart is most important.

STEP 5: Pray for specific needs

The more specific we pray, the more specific God answers.

STEP 6: Pray in the Spirit

Your prayer language is understood by God and not the enemy.

STEP 7: Journal

Write down what God is whispering to your Spirit.

PREPARING YOUR FAST

STEP 1: Set Your Objective

Think about why are you fasting? Is it for for the family, for financial, for guidance problems, for special grace to handle a difficult situation?

Through fasting and prayer we humble ourselves before God so the Holy Spirit will stir our souls, awaken our churches, and heal our land according to 2 Chronicles 7:14. Make this a priority in your fasting.

STEP 2: Make Your Commitment

Pray about the kind of fast you should undertake.

  • How much time each day you will devote to prayer and God’s Word.

STEP 3: Prepare Yourself Spiritually

Begin your time of fasting and prayer with an expectant heart. Let the Holy Spirit lead you.

STEP 4: Expect Results

If you sincerely humble yourself before the Lord, repent, pray, and seek God’s face; if you consistently meditate on His Word, you will experience a heightened awareness of His presence (John 14:21).

CONSIDER THESE WHEN PRAYING

STEP 1: Prioritze Prayer

Attend prayer services during the fast
or at least designate a ti me to pray daily.

STEP 2: Pray the Scripture

Write down verses and say them out
loud.

STEP 3: Combine music with Prayer

Music helps block out the noise of daily life.

STEP 4: Kneel and walk around

The posture of your heart is most important.

STEP 5: Pray for specific needs

The more specific we pray, the more specific God answers.

STEP 6: Pray in the Spirit

Your prayer language is understood by God and not the enemy.

STEP 7: Journal

Write down what God is whispering to your Spirit.

 

Fasting and Prayer Map

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