Firm Foundation Christian Fellowship

14 Days of Prayer and Fasting – to Experience Personal Revival – January 17 – Jan 31, 2022

Each day we will reflect and meditate on the below areas for the next 14 days. As you fast and pray, Read the scripture on that day and believe God for breakthrough and strength in that area.

Day

  1. Ask the LORD to give you the grace and strength to pray and fast with spiritual strength for breakthrough and blessing in your life, family, ministry and church! (Matt 6:33)
  2. Ask the Holy Spirit to draw you nearer to the LORD! Repent of anything in your life that would not please the LORD and draw closer to the Lord. (Psalm 51: 1-9)
  3. Forgive any oughts and offenses against your neighbor and forgive all who have hurt you. Release it and put in under the blood. (Mark 11: 24-26)
  4. Examine your motives in every word and deed! Ask the Lord to create a clean heart in you and renew a right spirit within you. (Psalm 51: 10-12)  ( 2 Cor 13: 5)
  5. Ask the LORD to fill you with a fresh touch of his Holy Spirit, anointing and fire, and to activate gifts, abilities and spiritual gifts for his purpose and glory in your life! (Acts 1:8)
  6. Praise and give thanks to God for his grace and mercy in all things regardless of your circumstances.   Psalm 34: 1-2
  7. Pray that we be continually led by the spirit and to walk in the spirit. Refuse to obey your flesh (worldly) nature (Galatians 5:16-25).
  8. Pray and surrender your life to Jesus Christ with total submission and humility! Fall on your knees and worship him and bless his Holy Name! (John 4:23-24)
  9. Pray that God give FFCF favor and lead us to a new location as we transition this year! Pray that his perfect will be done!  (Matthew 7:7-8) and (1 Chron 4:10)
  10. Pray and tell God that you love him with all of your heart, soul, mind and strength and then show love to your neighbor. (Matthew 22:36-40)
  11. Read, study, and meditate on God’s Holy Word according to (Joshua 1: 8) Pray that we always be hearers and doers of the WORD.
  12. Pray without ceasing. Pray good success for the ministry, pray that the Visions we have before the LORD would come to pass, and pray for one another. (Hab 2:2-4, Luke 18: 1, 1 Thessalonians 5:17).
  13. Ask God to pour out a fresh anointing upon the members, leaders, and the church to be like the Philadelphia church of Rev chapter 3 according to (Rev 3:7-13)
  14. Ask the LORD to grant you favor in all that you do as it relates to your family, finances, and future, and give him glory for it. (Prov 3: 1-6, and James 1:17)
  15. Pray and ask God to cover you, give you consistent and continual strength to live a holy, Godly life of obedience, faith, humility and servitude. (Phil 2:1-11)

How to Pray

Although prayer cannot be reduced to a formula, certain basic elements should be included in our communication with God: It’s called the ACTS of Prayer.  Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, and Supplication (ACTS).

A-Adoration – Begin your prayers with adoration. To adore God is to praise and worship Him, to honor and exalt Him in our heart and mind and with our lips.

C-Confession Remember to confess any sins, words or works to the LORD.  When our discipline of prayer begins with adoration, the Holy Spirit has opportunity to reveal any sin in our life that needs to be confessed and repented of. We should also forgive any oughts or offenses as well!

T-Thanksgiving We should always have an attitude of thanksgiving to God, for who He is, and for the benefits we enjoy because we belong to Him, giving thanks enables us to recognize that He controls all things – not just the blessings, but the problems and adversities as well.

S-SupplicationSupplication includes petition for our own needs and intercession for others. Pray for your family, spouse, your children, your parents, neighbors, friends, our nation and those in authority over us. Pray for the salvation of souls, for a daily opportunity to share Christ through the ministry of the Holy Spirit, and for the fulfillment of the Great Commission.