Day 4

Scripture Focus:

5 Then I said, “It’s all over! I am doomed, for I am a sinful man. I have filthy lips, and I live among a people with filthy lips. Yet I have seen the King, the Lord of Heaven’s Armies.”
6 Then one of the seraphim flew to me with a burning coal he had taken from the altar with a pair of tongs. 7 He touched my lips with it and said, “See, this coal has touched your lips. Now your guilt is removed, and your sins are forgiven. – Isaiah 6:4-7

Prayer Focus:

Personal: Today invite the Spirit of God to search your heart and show you anything that’s in you that is not of Him. Take time and go through every area and bring it before Him to have a say. Would you ask God to have his way in your heart, thoughts, motives, intentions, eyes, words, hands, work, and direction in life

Communal: Isaiah didn’t just confess for himself but for his people as well. What areas do we need to confess and bring to God as a church? As the Spirit of God shows you, will you stand in the gap and bring that before Jesus, inviting His healing work within Awakening

More from 21 Days of Prayer

What would happen if, for a period of time, you really focused on your relationship with God? What would happen if an entire community took time to really focus on their relationship with God? Every great movement of God first begins with a person who has been deeply moved by God. At Awakening we long to see a fresh and powerful movement of God take place in and through our church. That’s why we are taking 21 Days to reorient our lives to God and His purposes in our lives. 21 Days to pray and fast as a church. In Hebrew, fasting means to humble the soul. Fasting is the act of humbling one’s soul before God by abstaining from something for spiritual purposes. So, as a church, we are inviting you to fast with us from Media (TV, Movies, Social Media, Gaming, etc.) so that we might hear from God and cultivate a deeper hunger for Him. As we fast and pray together (from August 23rd – September 13th), I wonder what God might have in store for you, for us, and for our city?