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If you are willing to be still before God long enough and often enough for Him to search your heart, and you experience genuine repentance and revival, you can be the ONE God uses to bring spiritual awakening in our day. One person can make a difference.
Read 2 Chronicles 16:9. God is looking for one whose heart is completely His. Will you be the one?Following are some suggestions to get you started as you seek to repent and be clean and useable by God for His glory.
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Here are some additional tips on how to pray for specific groups and individuals:
The man or woman at home who prays, often has as much to do with the
effectiveness of the missionary on the field, and consequently with the results
of his or her labors, as the missionary. Read 2 Corinthians 1:8-11.
Only God can save a soul and each person must decide individually if he or
she will believe in Jesus and accept the free gift of salvation. Prayer is an
important part of the process. Here are a few suggested ways to pray.
Visit the following Web sites for further specific information about
government leaders. Cabinet members are listed at www.whitehouse.gov/government, senators at www.senate.gov, and
representatives at www.house.gov.
Pray for your husband to be strong against any opposition. (See 2 Tim.
See the 40-day prayer guide, Pray for Your
Pastor for more scriptural suggestions.
We get to know God better by praising Him, so begin your prayer time with
praise. As you seek to pattern your prayer according to His plan, pray the
Scriptures such as Ephesians 3:14-21. Personalize His promises to your family
and church as a whole and to individual members. Romans 15:5-6 (NASB) says,
"Now may the God who gives perseverance and encouragement grant you to be of
the same mind with one another according to Christ Jesus, so that with one
accord you may with one voice glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus
Continue your prayer time with a time of confession. Psalm 51:2 (NASB) says,
"Wash me thoroughly from my iniquity, And cleanse me from my sin." Allow the
Spirit to cleanse you of all unrighteousness and receive His forgiveness (read
1 John 1:8-9). Conclude your prayer time with asking for your needs to be met
and intercession for others. Relax and enjoy your conversation with your Father
who loves you. "The prayer of the upright is His delight" (Prov. 15:8,
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