PREPARING FOR THE NEW: 7 DAYS OF PRAYER & FASTING
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PREPARING FOR THE NEW: 7 DAYS OF PRAYER & FASTING
SEPTEMBER 26 - OCTOBER 2 - [CLICK HERE]

BREAKTHROUGH
PRAYER

In times of difficulty and crisis, our faith has the opportunity to shine brighter than ever. 2 Chronicles 7:14 calls us to humble ourselves and seek God’s face for healing and forgiveness. The responsibility for the healing of the land is on believers! During our daily prayer calls, we’ll be adopting a posture of prayer, standing in the gap for our nation, and seeking the Lord for healing. Join us at 7 AM CST for our daily prayer calls!

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by Bishop Van Moody

 

Date: Starting March 23   |   Time: 7AM CST

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Theme of prayer: Faith and 2 Chronicles 7:14

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July 1


How deeply has pride impacted your service to God?

Have you ever felt humbled by God? Today, let's ask the Lord to eliminate whatever pride may exist in our hearts so we may more effectively serve Him! Spend time in God’s Word reading Isaiah 1-3 and Titus 3. Take note of what stands out to you from these passages, and pray on it throughout your day. Happy July, family!

July 2


How does God let you know when lies and negativity have slipped into your mind?

What do you do when you recognize it occurring? Today, let's ask the Lord to cleanse our minds of the negative thoughts and perspectives that may have taken root! Take time to read Isaiah 4-5, Psalms 115-116, and Jude. Then, spend time in prayer and reflection.

July 3


When have you felt refreshed through someone else's love for God?

Who's life could you refresh through your love for God? Today, let's ask the Lord for an opportunity to display His love through our lives! Read Isaiah 6-7, 2 Chronicles 26-27, and Philemon. Take note of what stands out to you from these passages, and pray on it throughout your day.

July 4


How does internalizing the sovereignty and omnipotence of God change our perspectives?

Do you recognize the amazing majesty of the Lord? Today, let's dwell on the power and magnificence of our Creator – let's remember He is bigger than any problem we may face. Spend time in God’s Word reading 2 Kings 15-16, Hosea 1, and Hebrews 1. Then, pray about what you’ve read. Have a happy Fourth of July, TWC Family!

July 5


What miracles, signs, and wonders performed in your life best testify and describe God's awesome salvation?

How can these lead others to recognize their need for God? Today, let's ask that the Lord use our lives to lead others to His love – let's be displays of His salvation, love, grace, and mercy! Today, spend time in God’s Word reading Hosea 2-5 and Hebrews 2. Then take time to reflect and pray on what you’ve read.

July 6


What relationship does God desire to have with you?

Do you ever feel like you are going through the motions of serving God? Today, let's ask the Lord to renew our passion for serving Him! Read Hosea 6-9 and Hebrews 3 in God’s Word. What stands out to you from these passages? Take time to reflect on what you’ve read.

July 7


How does the promise of God's rest from your labor encourage you?

What does it mean to be at rest in Christ? Today, let's recognize that we have reason to be peaceful through the promises of the Lord! Take time to read Hosea 10-12, Psalm 73, and Hebrews 4. Then, take time to pray and reflect on what you’ve read.

July 8


Why are we able to have joy? What joyful noises do you make to God?

How do you praise and worship the Lord? Today, let's thank the Lord that thanks to His sacrifice, we can have lasting and true joy! Take time today and thank the Lord in prayer. Read Hosea 13-14, Psalm 100, Psalm 102, and Hebrews 5 in God’s Word then, spend time in prayer reflecting on what you’ve read.

July 9


What types of oppression has God delivered you from?

What areas of your life do you need to deliver you from? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord to assist us in fully devoting our lives to Him! Open your Bible and read Micah 1-4 and Hebrews 6. Take note of what stands out to you in these chapters and reflect on it throughout the day.

July 10


How does Jesus' sacrifice change our relationship with God?

What does it mean to be at rest in Christ? Today, let's recognize that we have reason to be peaceful through the promises of the Lord! Take time to read Hosea 10-12, Psalm 73, and Hebrews 4. Then, take time to pray and reflect on what you’ve read.

July 11


What encouragement is there in knowing that although we may be hard-pressed on every side, God will never abandon us?

What encourages you when there is seemingly no hope? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for help remembering and recognizing His presence amidst our adversity, and thank Him for His unseen protection and provision! Read Isaiah 8-10 and Hebrews 8 in God’s Word. What stands out to you in these chapters?

July 12


What areas of your life still need to be washed by the blood of Jesus?

What is preventing you from fully following the Lord? Today, let's pray and surrender every area of our lives over to the Lord in total obedience! Let us recognize Him as Lord over all. Read Isaiah 11-14 and Hebrews 9, then pray on what you’ve read. Reflect on the passages throughout the day.

July 13


When has doubt and fear caused you to forget that Jesus reigns on the throne?

What are you currently anxious or afraid about? Today, let's ask the Lord to remind us of His presence and His lordship amidst our struggles. Let's strive to remain focused on Him at all times! Spend time reading Isaiah 15-18 and Hebrews 10. What stands out to you from these chapters?

July 14


When has your faith in God given you understanding of the things you do not see?

How has your faith been strengthened in recent months? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord to grant us the wisdom we need to follow Him in obedience! Open your Bible and read Isaiah 19-21 and Hebrews 11. Spend time to pray and reflect on what you’ve read.

July 15


Knowing that God disciplines His children, what lessons is God teaching you in the midst of hardship?

What has been one lesson God has taught you through a painful experience? Today, let's pray and thank the Lord for the invaluable lessons He has taught us through our trials and hardships. Spend time reading Isaiah 22-24 and Hebrews 12. What stands out to you from these chapters?

August 4


Have you renewed your covenant with God?

What in your life have you committed to God? Today, let's commit every area of our life to the Lord in faith and obedience! Take time to read 2 Kings 22, 2 Chronicles 34, and John 6 in God’s Word. Take note of what stands out to you, and pray on it.

August 5


Does fear keep you from publicly proclaiming your faith to Jesus?

Is there a group in your life or area of your life you feel afraid to admit you’re a follower of Jesus Christ? Today, let's declare our faith in the Lord with confidence! Read 2 Kings 23, 2 Chronicles 35, and John 7. Then, spend time in prayer reflecting on what you’ve read.

August 6


As you reflect on your life, when has God's truth truly set you free?

When has God’s truth helped you overcome a hindrance in your heart? Today, let's thank the Lord for what His truth has done in and through our lives! Take time to read Habakkuk 1-3 and John 8 in God’s Word. What stands out to you in these chapters? Pray on what you’ve read.

August 7


How has God's righteousness and humility protected you?

Do you recognize that through Christ’s sacrifice, we are cloaked in His righteousness once we accept Him? Today, let's thank the Lord that because of Jesus Christ, we have righteousness we do not deserve. Read Zephaniah 1-3 and John 9, then spend time in prayer and reflection.

August 8


Have you asked the Holy Spirit to give you fresh wind at the heart level?

Do you feel lackluster in your love for others, your faith, or in your pursuit of God’s plan for your life? Today, let's go to the Lord as His children and ask Him for a refreshed love for others! Take time to read Jeremiah 1-2 and John 10. What stands out to you from these passages?

August 11


How do shame and pride hinder us from serving others?

What areas of your life do you harbor pride or shame within? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord cleanse our heart of any existing pride and shame so we can better serve Him! Spend time in God’s Word reading Jeremiah 7-9 and John 13. What stands out to you from these passages? Take time to reflecting on what you’ve read.

August 12


Why should the fact that the Holy Spirit – the Spirit of Truth – is present within us bring us peace?

Do you recognize that, as a believer, the Holy Spirit dwells within you? Today, let's pray and ask the Holy Spirit to remind us of His presence amidst our adversity! Read Jeremiah 10-12 and John 14 in God’s Word. Then, pray and reflect on what you’ve read throughout your day.

August 13


What warnings has God sent you to draw closer to Him and away from trouble?

Has God warned you about staying away from people, places, or things? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord remind us of the strength we have through Him! Open God’s Word and read Jeremiah 13-15 and John 15. What stands out to you from these chapters?

August 14


Have you asked the Holy Spirit to guide you in God's truth?

Do you depend on the Holy Spirit for guidance in your life? Today, let's pray and listen to the guidance of the Holy Spirit in all we do and live for the Lord! Take time to read Jeremiah 16-17, Psalm 96, and John 16 in the Bible. What stands out to you from these passages? Reflect on what you’ve read throughout the day.

August 15


What place do you have in God's kingdom to lead others spiritually?

 What is your place in God's kingdom? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for the perseverance, strength, and confidence we need to follow His guidance fully! Read Jeremiah 18-20, Psalm 93, and John 17 in God’s Word. Take note of what stands out to you, and pray and reflect on the reading throughout the day.

August 16


How would you perform if you were on trial for your association with Jesus?

Are you willing to stand up for Jesus Christ? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for the boldness to declare His name – no matter the cost! Read 2 Kings 24, Jeremiah 22, Psalm 112, and John 18. Then, take time to reflect and pray on the Scripture after you’ve read it.

August 17


 How many times have we disregarded God's grace and taken His patience for us for granted?

Do you ever find yourself 'testing the limits' of God's grace? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for help in being obedient to Him – let's strive to live our lives for His glory! Take time to read Jeremiah 23, Jeremiah 25, and John 19. What stands out to you from these passages?

August 18


What has Jesus done and said to you so that you would believe Him?

How have you seen Christ at work in your life? Today, let's pray and thank the Lord for all He has done, does, and will continue to do in our lives! Today, read Jeremiah 26, Jeremiah 35-36, and John 20 in your Bible. Take note of what stands out to you, and pray on what you’ve read.

August 19


When adversity comes, how easy is it to go back to your old ways of living?

How has God's discipleship changed your life? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord to continue to give us the strength and perseverance we need to stay away from our past areas of sin. Read Jeremiah 45-47, Psalm 105, and John 21 in God’s Word. Pray on what you’ve read throughout your day.

August 20


Have you been lax in completing the assignment that God has given to you?

What has God called you to accomplish? Today, let's pursue the Lord's calling on our lives with vigor and wholeheartedness! Spend time reading Jeremiah 48-49, Psalm 67, and 1 John 1 in God’s Word. Then, spend time in prayer and reflection.

August 21


As a follower of Christ, does your life match how Jesus actually lived?

Are you an effective display of Christ's love? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for His continued help in making us more like His son, Jesus Christ! Read Jeremiah 21, Jeremiah 24, Jeremiah 27, Psalm 118, and 1 John 2. Then, spend time praying on what you’ve read.

August 22


Have you ever asked God for a fuller understanding of His name, "I AM?"

Do you go to the Lord for wisdom, as He states in His word? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for any wisdom we need to fulfill His calling on our lives! Open God’s Word and read Jeremiah 28-30 and 1 John 3. Spend time reflecting on and praying over what you’ve read.

August 23


In what ways have you measured the size of your problems against the magnitude of God?

What do you focus more on: the size of your problems, or the size of your God? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord to remind us of His magnitude in the wake of our problems. Open your Bible and read Jeremiah 31-32 and 1 John 4. What stands out to you from these chapters?

September 1


Have you taken God's blessings and used them to promote the enemy's agenda?

Is there any area of your life that doesn't display the Lord's love accurately? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord to cleanse our hearts of unrighteous desires.

September 2


What is preventing you from growing where you have been planted?

What in your life is restricting you from what God has called you to do? Today, let's ask the Lord for renewed focus and strength in pursuing our assignment. 

September 3


In God's covenant with you, what has He promised, and continually delivered, for you?

How has the Lord provided, protected, or blessed your life? Today, let's take time to thank the Lord for all He has done – seen and unseen – in our lives!

September 4


How has the pandemic, death, and other events of the world pushed you to get closer to God?

Are you closer to God now than you were at the start of the pandemic? Today, let's strive to draw even closer to God through prayer and worship.

September 5


How often do we stop to dwell on just how immense God's goodness to us has already been?

How often do we thank Him for causing our cups to overflow with goodness? Today, let's go to God in gratitude and thank Him for all He has done, is doing, and will do!

September 6


What will your heart and life reveal about you in the end: reward or judgment?

Do you think the Lord is pleased with how you are displaying His love, obeying His guidance, and creating disciples in His name? Today, let's ask the Lord for the wisdom, courage, and boldness to live the way He intended! 

September 7


What is your own testimony about Jesus?

What is your own testimony about Jesus? What has Jesus done in your life that you can tell others about? Today, let's tell others about the amazing things God has done in and through our lives! Today's reading: 2 Kings 25, 2 Chronicles 36, Jeremiah 40-41, and Revelation 12.

September 8


In the midst of perilous times, how is God showing you how to endure patiently and faithfully?

In the midst of perilous times, how is God showing you how to endure patiently and faithfully? How do you stay focused on God amidst adversity? Today, let's strive to continue to be obedient to the Lord, no matter what we are facing in our lives! Today's reading: Jeremiah 42-44, Psalm 48, and Revelation 13.

September 9


Why does God continually remind us of His promises?

Why does God continually remind us of His promises? Do you think any of God's promises won't come to fruition? Today, let's remember that whatever the Lord has promised will come to pass and have faith in Him to deliver! Today's reading: Lamentations 1-2, Obadiah, and Revelation 14. 

September 10


When has God's unfailing love met you at your lowest point?

When has God's unfailing love met you at your lowest point? How would you describe God's love to someone else? Today, let's strive to spread the good news of Christ's love and sacrifice to those around us. Today's reading: Lamentations 3-5 and Revelation 15.

September 11


Even in tough times, how does God want you to use the gifts He has blessed you with?

Even in tough times, how does God want you to use the gifts He has blessed you with? How can our difficulties be opportunities to display God's love and grace? Today, let's strive to be effective displays of God's love and grace, even if we're going through difficult times. Today's reading: Daniel 1-2 and Revelation 16.

September 12


Will you take time to listen for His whisper this week?

Will you take time to listen for His whisper this week? Will you quiet your heart and invite Him to speak gently to you? Today, take the time to quiet your heart and listen to the guidance of the Lord. Today's reading: Daniel 3-4, Psalm 81, and Revelation 16.

September 13


Are you willing to be a watchman for others?

Are you willing to be a watchman for others?  Are you willing to be there for others when they need a helping hand? Today, let's pray and ask God give us the strength to lift others up when they are feeling down. Today's reading: Ezekiel 33-35 and Revelation 18.

September 15


 Because of God's nature of being slow to anger and rich in love, have you taken advantage of God's grace towards you?

Because of God's nature of being slow to anger and rich in love, have you taken advantage of God's grace towards you? Have you ever taken advantage of God's amazing grace? Today, let's pray and thank the Lord for His unending grace, and ask Him for the strength to turn from our sinful ways. Today's reading: Ezekiel 38-39, Psalm 145, and Revelation 20.

September 16


What changes to our hearts must occur to experience the day where there are no more tears and no more death?

What changes to our hearts must occur to experience the day where there are no more tears and no more death? What in your heart is the Lord working to change? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for the wisdom and strength we need to identify and turn from our sinful ways. Today's reading: Ezekiel 40-41, Psalm 128, and Revelation 21.

September 17


Jesus' return is coming soon. What preparations have you made to join with Him in peace?

Jesus' return is coming soon. What preparations have you made to join with Him in peace? What preparations do you need to make internally before Christ's return? Today, let's pray for the Lord's guidance and thank Him that through Jesus Christ, we have the power to change. Today's reading: Ezekiel 42-44 and Revelation 22.

September 18


When the day comes, how is God instructing you to return back to corporate worship?

 When the day comes, how is God instructing you to return back to corporate worship? Why do you think worshipping in a group is so important? Today, let's thank the Lord that we have the opportunity to worship Him freely – and let's exercise this freedom! Today's reading: Ezekiel 45-46 and Luke 1.

September 19


Who has God placed in your life who needs your intercessory prayer today?

Who has God placed in your life who needs your intercessory prayer today? Who in your life do you feel lead to pray for? Today, let's take the time to lift those around us up in prayer. Today's reading: Ezekiel 47-48 and Luke 2.

September 20


Is your life producing real evidence of a truly repentant heart?

Is your life producing real evidence of a truly repentant heart? What areas of your life are not representative of God's grace and your repentance? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord to help us be effective displays of His love, grace, and mercy! Today's reading: Daniel 5-6, Psalm 130, and Luke 3.

September 21


Who in your life is suffering because they truly do not know God's Word?

Who in your life is suffering because they truly do not know God's Word? How is God using you to speak the truth of His Word in the midst of trials? Today, let's ask the Lord to assist us in spreading His Word and the good news of Christ's sacrifice! Today's reading: Daniel 7-8, Psalm 137, and Luke 4.

September 22


Why is it important to seek out godly understanding when humbling ourselves before God in prayer?

Why is it important to seek out godly understanding when humbling ourselves before God in prayer? Do you listen while praying, or only talk? Today, let's go to the Lord in prayer with a humble heart and be open to what He has to say about our lives, callings, and assignments. Today's reading: Daniel 9-10, Psalm 123, and Luke 5.

September 23


Has God ever spoken up for you in the midst of criticism?

Has God ever spoken up for you in the midst of criticism? What lessons can you take from this experience? Today, let's thank the Lord for the times He has interceded on our behalf – both the times we see and sense it, and the times we don't! Today's reading: Daniel 11-12 and Luke 6.

September 24


If it is better to live our lives where God resides, why do we sometimes try to spend time away from God?

If it is better to live our lives where God resides, why do we sometimes try to spend time away from God?  Is there an area of your life that you're not submitting to the Lord? Today, let's submit every area of our lives to the Lord and strive to remain in His will for us. Today's reading: Ezra 1, Psalms 84-85, and Luke 7.

September 25


Is the condition of your heart suitable to receive God's Word?

 Is the condition of your heart suitable to receive God's Word? Will God's Word be able to take root, grow, and thrive in your heart? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord to make our hearts fertile soil for His Word! Today's reading: Ezra 2-3 and Luke 8.

September 26


As you dwell on Christ, how can you allow His identity to reveal to you how powerful love truly is?

As you dwell on Christ, how can you allow His identity to reveal to you how powerful love truly is? How is Christ's love different from the 'love' of worldly perception? Today, let's pray and thank the Lord for His amazing, one-of-a-kind, unending love! Today's reading: Ezra 4, Psalms 113/127, and Luke 9.

September 27


How can you focus more attention to doing God's agenda rather than spending so much time on your own?

How can you focus more attention to doing God's agenda rather than spending so much time on your own? What are you pursuing that isn't of God? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord to help us focus on His plan for us, as opposed to our own. Today's reading: Haggai 1-2, Psalm 129, and Luke 10.

September 28


What have you been afraid to ask God for concerning your life?

What have you been afraid to ask God for concerning your life?  Is there a request you've been hesitant to approach God with? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for the healing, provision, or involvement that only He can provide! Today's reading: Zechariah 1-3 and Luke 11.

September 29


What first steps in Christ are just your foundation to greater works through Jesus?

What first steps in Christ are just your foundation to greater works through Jesus? What are the first, key steps someone should take to ensure their foundation is in Christ and Christ alone? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord to be our sole foundation in life! Today's reading: Zechariah 4-6 and Luke 12.

September 30


 From everything that God is pouring into you, what return is God reaping from His deposit in you?

From everything that God is pouring into you, what return is God reaping from His deposit in you? Are you a fruitful member of God's Kingdom? Today, let's pray and strive to follow the Lord's guidance for our lives. Today's reading: Zechariah 7-9 and Luke 13.

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2021 BREAKTHROUGH COMPONENTS


1. Spend Daily Time With God.

Do your SOAP Devotion and post on social media daily what God said to you using the hashtag #whatgodsaidtome

How does it work?

When you have your daily quiet time, read the scriptures that correlate with the month and day. Here is a link that will help you understand how to do a SOAP Devotional

In your journal, focus on 4 distinct areas:

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Scripture

Write the verse or verses that spoke to you during your reading.

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Observation

Write down what the context of the scripture is? What is happening? Who is it happening to? Why is it happening?

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Application

How does the scripture and observation apply to what is happening to you or in your environment currently?

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Prayer

Write a prayer to God based on what you just learned and ask Him to help you apply this truth in your life.

2. Join our 7am CST prayer call.

Call in Number: 1-775-799-9087

3. Join us for the worship service online on Sundays.

Services are at 8:00 and 10:30am CST. Here is the link to join the online service: https://theworshipcentercc.churchonline.org/

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