More Scripture Prayers For Revival
“There is an inseparable union between the Spirit, the Word and prayer which indicates that the Spirit will always lead the saint to make much of the Word, and especially God’s promises in the Word. …This explains the fact that the great pray-ers have always been great students of the Word.” – H. W. Frost
In my last post about Revival Prayers I supplied some Scriptures that had been formed into prayers. Since I am praying for my church I have introduced the name of our church into each one. I encourage you to insert the name of your church. Don’t think about your building … but have in mind the faces of your brothers and sisters. Include your own face in this family of faith and intercede, seeking God’s reviving power.
Father, stir the believers of Forsythe Church to remove anything from our lives or church that would hinder our experience of revival (Luke 3:4-6).
God, convict the believers of Forsythe Church of any unforgiveness and bitterness. Give us no joy, peace, or rest until this is dealt with (Ephesians 4:30-32).
Father, as the deer thirsts for the streams of water, so cause the believers of Forsythe Church to thirst for You (Ps 42:1-2).
Revive us, O God, that the believers of Forsythe Church will obey Your holy Word (Psalm 119:88).
Conflict us of the sin of compromise. Cause us to hate this is and to deal immediately with it (Revelation 2-3).
Lord Jesus, break the believers of Forsythe Church from a spirit of self-sufficiency and grant us a spirit of dependence on You (Revelation 2:17).
Father, I plead that You will create a spirit of praise among the believers of Forsythe Church (Psalm 150).
Father, enable us to deal with anything in our lives and our church that we have placed above You (Exodus 20:1-2).
O God, grant the believers of Forsythe Church a burden for lost souls (Romans 10:1).
Father, create within the believers of Forsythe Church a spirit of prayer and fasting (Colossians 4:2).
O God, cause Your people of Forsythe Church to love You with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength (MT 22:37-38).
Keep on praying, JD