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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JANUARY 1

 Instructions are
Included

Today, we’re dwelling in the truth of God’s Word which He has provided to us! 
God isn’t going to bring a new year as a gift without providing us with the necessary instructions! Proverbs 4:20-27 gives us wisdom to walk out this coming year successfully!

 

JANUARY 2

Subscribe not Prescribe

Today, we’re subscribing to God’s will for our lives!
We oftentimes come to God in prayer and lay out a prescription for Him of what we want done and when. Moving forward, let’s subscribe to God’s plans for our lives! All we need to do is co-sign! Take the time to read Psalm 40:8, Psalm 143:10, Matt 6:10

JANUARY 3

God’s Promises and Your Sacrifice

Today, we’re striving to grow in our relationship with God and sacrificing our earthly desires!
Our relationship with God should cause us to want to purify ourselves from the things of the world that pollutes our soul, body, and mind! Take the time to read 2 Corinthians 6:16-18 and 2 Corintthians 7:1.

JANUARY 4

The Secret Place–Psalm 91

Today, we’re making space for our Creator in our day to day lives!

When was the last time you made space for God in your life? So often, routine, stress, the demands of family life, work, or even relaxation get in the way of us communing with our heavenly Father.

JANUARY 5

After the Pruning


Today, we’re striving to fulfill the purpose that God has planned for us!
Pruning is the act of trimming and cutting away dead flowers, branches, and stems so that the plant as a whole can become healthy once again. After the pruning, flowers bloom, leaves get greener, and trees bear fruit once more. When you cut away the dead things in your life you can thrive and grow into the person that God planned for you to be! Read John 15-2-6 and Isaiah 18:5.

 

JANUARY 6

Your House, Your Church

Today, we’re worshipping the Lord from where we are!

The COVID-19 pandemic has rendered the worship for many Christians to the walls of their home. Although we miss the fellowship and connection with our faith family, we can experience powerful and effective worship at home just like the believers in the book of Acts! Check this out in Acts 20:20 and Acts 5:42!

JANUARY 7

Reconcile for Refreshment

Today, we’re reflecting on our relationships and offering forgiveness where it’s needed!

When we have pain, frustration, and tension in our lives, we can become worn out and even ill. Let’s reflect on our relationships today. Is there anyone we should forgive and seek reconciliation with so that our hearts can be refreshed? Take time to read Philemon 1:8-20 and Colossians 3:13 for more on this topic.

JANUARY 8

Hope Restored


Today, we’re remembering there is always hope in our Lord Jesus Christ!

There are times in our lives when it looks like everything has been cut off–it appears that we have no hope and nothing remains… But in Isaiah, it reminds us that even though only the stump remained, when it was time, it sprouted and budded once again. This is a representation of our lives! Check it out in Isaiah 11:1-5.

JANUARY 9

God is My Safe House


Today, we’re remembering God is our sanctuary!

Have you ever felt like you just wanted to run away and hide from the storms of life? There is a place where we may find shelter and rest. Today’s topic focuses on God as our Safe House–the shelter for those who are hurting and oppressed! Take time to read Psalms 9:9-19.

JANUARY 10

Forgiveness


Today, we’re showing forgiveness and being a display of the forgiveness we received!

Forgiveness is one of the biggest challenges of life! This is why God didn’t leave us without a perfect example of how to forgive–Jesus! He was the only perfect human being ever to walk the face of the planet, was wronged, falsely accused, beaten, tortured, and murdered–all without cause.

“At that time Jesus, full of joy through the Holy Spirit, said, ‘I praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden these things from the wise and learned, and revealed them to little children. Yes, Father, for this is what you were pleased to do.’”–Luke 10:21

JANUARY 11

Don’t Give Up Your Blessing

Today, we’re putting our relationship with God above all other priorities!

Our time spent with God is precious and valuable! Be careful not to forfeit the blessing of being in God’s presence to fulfill earthly appetites.

“Esau said to his father, ‘Do you have only one blessing, my father? Bless me too, my father!’ Then Esau wept aloud.”–Genesis 27:38

JANUARY 12

 Holiness is Authentic


Today, we’re remembering to be a display of the love and grace of Jesus!

The lifestyle we live as a child of God and a follower of Jesus is on full display, even if we think we can hide our identity.

“By this time the crowd, unwieldy and stepping on each other’s toes, numbered into the thousands. But Jesus’ primary concern was his disciples. He said to them, ‘Watch yourselves carefully so you don’t get contaminated with Pharisee yeast, Pharisee phoniness. You can’t keep your true self hidden forever; before long you’ll be exposed. You can’t hide behind a religious mask forever; sooner or later the mask will slip and your true face will be known. You can’t whisper one thing in private and preach the opposite in public; the day’s coming when those whispers will be repeated all over town.’”–Luke 12:1-3

 

JANUARY 13

Enter the Narrow Gate

Today, we’re remembering that Christ is the only way to the Father!

The road to forgiveness is through Jesus Christ! While forgiving others may seem unpopular and difficult, there is deliverance through the narrow gate.

“Strive to enter through the narrow gate, for many, I say to you, will seek to enter and will not be able.”–Luke 13:24

 

JANUARY 14

Worship Leads to Revelation

Today, we’re prioritizing worshipping our Lord and Savior!

Are you willing to forsake the unimportant things that are of the world in order to fully surrender to God and worship Him? You will discover that God will give you revelation right in the place where you worshipped Him! Take the time to read Genesis 35:1-7



JANUARY 15

The Lost and Found


Today, we’re celebrating that we once were lost, but now are found in Christ!

We must celebrate when God restores to us what was lost! He is the God of the Resurrection and He is the God that forgives– the family members, dreams, careers, and opportunities that were lost and dead, God is able to restore. Are you willing to forgive?

JANUARY 16

Value Time with God


Today, we’re recognizing the importance of spending time with the Lord!

We will often place high value on unimportant things. Today in your time with God, ask the LORD to reveal those things you have highly regarded that, in time, He wants to remove from you.

“He said to them, ‘You are the ones who justify yourselves to the eyes of others, but God knows your hearts. What people value highly is detestable in God’s sight.’”–Like 16:15

JANUARY 17

Forgiveness as a Service of Faith

Today, we’re humbling ourselves and forgiving others!

We demonstrate our faith in God through our willingness to forgive others. Are you struggling to forgive? Your struggle to forgive relates to your willingness to serve God! Today, let’s humble ourselves before God and serve Him through forgiving others! Take time to read Luke 17:7-10

JANUARY 18

Attitude


Today, we’re not giving up on our prayers!

Have you ever given up on your prayer to God? Have the attitude to P.U.S.H. and not give up! Take the time to read the parable describing this in Luke 18:1-8!

JANUARY 19

Grace as Attitude


Today, we’re recognizing and displaying the grace that God has shown to us!

In Scripture, the number 5 represents grace. In forgiving others, God wants us to extend grace to those that may not deserve it because He extended grace to us when we could NEVER deserve it.

“Joseph went and told Pharaoh, ‘My father and brothers, with their flocks and herds and everything they own, have come from the land of Canaan and are now in Goshen.’ He chose five of his brothers and presented them before Pharaoh.”–Genesis 47:1-2



JANUARY 20

Ask and be Forgiven


Today, we’re asking the Lord for forgiveness!

Are you in need of forgiveness? A bad attitude can keep us unrepentant and walking in unforgiveness. The shame and guilt of past transgressions are burdensome. Today, we humble seek God for forgiveness. Take time to read Genesis 50:15-21

JANUARY 21

God Hears Our Cry


Today, we’re recognizing that God hears His children’s cries!

Even in our lowest and loneliest places, God hears our cries. And because you are one of God’s children, He remembers His promises toward you!

“During that long period, the king of Egypt died. The Israelites groaned in their slavery and cried out, and their cry for help because of their slavery went up to God. God heard their groaning and he remembered his covenant with Abraham, with Isaac and with Jacob. So God looked on the Israelites and was concerned about them.”–Exodus 2:23-25

 

JANUARY 22

Be Confident in God


Today, we’re being confident in the Lord’s will!

We should not apologize for being who God created us to be! For what is seen as deficiency is more than enough for God to use in you. What attitude do you have towards the person God has created you to be?

“Moses said to the Lord, ‘Pardon your servant, Lord. I have never been eloquent, neither in the past nor since you have spoken to your servant. I am slow of speech and tongue.”–Exodus 4:10



JANUARY 23

Healing Through Forgiveness

Today, we’re asking God to help us forgive others!

Jesus is the ultimate model of forgiveness! At the height of human pain, affliction, and suffering, Jesus still forgave those who had wronged Him. Ask God to reveal any hurdles you may have towards forgiveness so that you may find healing!

“Jesus said, ‘Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.’...”–Luke 23:34

 

JANUARY 24

Healing in the Good News

Today, we’re being encouraged by the good news of Jesus Christ!

Throughout life, we will inevitably face trials that bring pain, sorrow, and hurt. Yet, God still desires to speak into our hearts and encourage us. God wants to heal you as you believe the good news about Jesus Christ and His promises!

“But they did not believe the women, because their words seemed to them like nonsense.”–Like 24:11

JANUARY 25

Barriers to Healing


Today, we're keeping a humble attitude in our prayer to God for His healing!

A dish prepared with yeast will rise and become inflated. Jesus warns against an inflated attitude of pride in Mark 8:15. Today, we desire to have a humble attitude to receive the healing that God has for us.

“For seven days no yeast is to be found in your houses. And anyone, whether foreigner or native-born, who eats anything with yeast in it must be cut off from the community of Israel. Eat nothing made with yeast. Wherever you live, you must eat unleavened bread.”–Exodus 12:19-20

JANUARY 26

Don’t Go Back to Egypt

Today, we’re leaning on God amid our trials and difficulties!

When you feel like your life is under pressure, do not run back to your places of pain and heartache! Trust in God in spite of your circumstances and difficulties–trust in God for your healing!

JANUARY 27

An Attitude of Gratitude

Today, we’re showing God gratitude for the amazing grace He has shown us!

If God has delivered you, healed you, restored you, or blessed you, do you take the opportunity to give God praise? In other words, do you have an attitude of gratitude?

“Then Peter said, ‘Silver or gold I do not have, but what I do have I give you. In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, walk.’ Taking him by the right hand, he helped him up, and instantly the man’s feet and ankles became strong. He jumped to his feet and began to walk. Then he went with them into the temple courts, walking and jumping, and praising God.”–Acts 3:6-8

JANUARY 28

God's WORD is Flawless


Today, we’re recognizing that God is our shepherd!

What God has spoken about your life is flawless and valuable! Today, remember the promises that God has spoken over us concerning our healing are pure, priceless, and flawless and should remain close to our hearts!

JANUARY 29

Give it to God


Today, we’re relinquishing control of everything in our lives to God!

Have you desired God to heal in bodies, relationships, minds, souls, spirits, and even your finances but failed to relinquish control to Him? Do not hold anything back. Read Acts 5:1-7 to get a grasp on this concept!

JANUARY 30

God’s Holy Work


Today, we’re showing God gratitude for the amazing grace He has shown us!

If God has delivered you, healed you, restored you, or blessed you, do you take the opportunity to give God praise? In other words, do you have an attitude of gratitude?

“Then Peter said, ‘Silver or gold I do not have, but what I do have I give you. In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, walk.’ Taking him by the right hand, he helped him up, and instantly the man’s feet and ankles became strong. He jumped to his feet and began to walk. Then he went with them into the temple courts, walking and jumping, and praising God.”–Acts 3:6-8

JANUARY 31

Employment and Jobs

Today, we’re praying for God to use the gifts He’s given us for His Kingdom!

You were created to do great work! Your gifts are essential to create, shape, and refine to build up the body of Christ. Know that you don’t just work an ordinary job! You were created to worship God, so worship and glorify Him with the work He has given you!

 

February 1


In what ways have we honored, or dishonored God through the work that we do?

How do you glorify God through your work? Take time to read Exodus 30-32 and Acts 8. Whether in your job, at school, or at home, how do you glorify God in your work? Have you ever used your workplace or classroom to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ? 

Pray and ask God for His help in glorifying Him in all things!

 

February 2


How would your life change after being in the presence of God?

When are you in God’s presence? What does your personal time with Him look like? Read Exodus 33-34, Psalms 16, and Acts 9. What stood out the most to you in these passages? Do you think you should spend more time with God?

Pray and ask God for the desire to be in His presence – seek Him!

 

February 3


Have you created a time and place in your home to encounter God?

What preparations have you made to meet with God? In what ways can you transform your home into a place of worshipping God? Read Exodus 35-36 and Acts 10. Think and pray about ways you can transform your house into a place of worship!

 

February 4


Where does worship fit into your busy schedule? When do you worship God?

When do you make time to worship? Take time to read Exodus 37-38, Psalms 19, and Acts 11. What stands out to you in these chapters? What can you do to free up time to spend with the Lord? Pray and ask God to help you transform your heart!

 

February 5


Are there areas of your life that are out of order and prevent you from fully worshipping God?

What are you willing to let go of in order to dwell in God’s awesome presence? When have earnest prayers to God changed your current situation? Take time out of your day to read Exodus 39-40, Psalms 15, and Acts 12. Pray and ask God to help you eliminate life’s distractions to fully worship Him!

February 6


What are you willing to sacrifice to spend time with God?

Are you willing to give up anything to spend more time with your Creator? What are your priorities? Take time to read Leviticus 1-3 and Acts 13. Spend time in prayer asking God for the strength and willpower to eliminate any distractions you may have in your life!

 

February 7

 
Where in your life today do you need God’s decision-making wisdom?

Where do you struggle with discernment? What areas of your leadership do you need His help in? Read Leviticus 4-6 and Acts 14. Pray and ask God for wisdom and to make the right decisions to live out His plan for you.

February 8


When God gives you instructions, are you good at following them?

If God gave you specific instructions, can He trust you enough to carry them out? Have you ever been in a situation and just needed some encouragement? Pray and ask the Lord for strength when you feel weak, and the strength to carry out any and every instruction He may give to you! Take time in the Word to read Leviticus 7-9 and Acts 15.

February 9


Have you been living a life of obedience to God and His Word?

Read Leviticus 10-12 and Acts 16. When God gives you instruction, are you quick to follow it? Have you ever disobeyed His guidance? When has prayer, praise, and worship shifted your life? Pray and ask God for the wisdom and strength you need to follow all of His instructions for your life. Strive to show Him praise and worship always!

 

February 10

 
When thinking back over your life, how has the cleansing blood of Jesus washed away the stains of sin in life?

What areas of your life washed away because of Jesus’ ultimate sacrifice? Are there areas that still need to be cleaned? Spend time in God’s Word to read Leviticus 13-14 and Acts 17. What impact or impacts have being around an unclean lifestyle had on your life? Do you ever feel like you’ve heard about God but really don’t know Him? What more does God have for you to know about Him?

February 11


Why does God want you to clean in every area of your life?

Read Leviticus 15-17 and Acts 18. Why do you think God wants every area of our life to be clean? What would your life be like if Jesus had not come into the world and sacrificed Himself? Was there ever a moment in your life where you were afraid, but God reminded you that He was with you?

February 12

 
What are the areas that God is instructing you to stay away from?

Spend time in God’s Word and read Leviticus 18-19. Are you ready to drop your beliefs and live holy? Read Psalms 13 –– Will you trust God as you wait? And lastly, take time to read Acts 19. Have you experienced all the biblical signs of baptism in your life? Pray and ask the Lord for help in your battle to stay away from that which He has instructed you to stay away from.

 

February 13


When was the last time you paid attention to a warning sign?

Have you ever ignored a warning sign from the Lord and suffered the consequences? When was the last time you successfully paid attention to a warning sign? Take time to read Leviticus 20-22 and Acts 20. When God gives you a strong warning, do you adhere to it? Pray and ask God for the discernment, wisdom, and self-control to follow all of the Holy Spirit’s promptings in your life!

February 14


Where do you need to surrender to God and take hold of the peace you have in Christ?

What areas of your life do you need to surrender to God? Christ is the ultimate source of peace – Who do you know around you that desperately needs this inner peace? Read Leviticus 23-24, Pslams 24, and Acts 21. Take time to pray and ask for help in surrendering fully to God, experiencing His peace, and spreading that peace to those around you.

February 15

 
Would you be willing to share your story with others?

Strive to show others how God has redeemed you, why you trust in Him to deliver you, and inform them why they can too. Don’t keep the good news of your testimony to yourself – share it with those around you! Take time to read Leviticus 25, Psalms 25-26, and Acts 22. Pray and ask God for the courage to share your story!

 

February 16


Does God have Lordship
over your life?

Are you giving God ultimate Lordship over your life? Is He your #1 priority? Make sure you’re living your life out according to God’s plans for you – live within His guidance! Pray and ask that you continue to remain focused on Him no matter what may arise in your life! Take time to read Leviticus 26-27 and Acts 23.

February 17


Have you positioned yourself to be in God’s will?

Make sure you’re living within God’s will for your life! Pray for wisdom in the discernment of His guidance – do what you can to live out the plans He has for you! When we obey what the Lord prompts us to do, big, awesome things tend to happen! Trust in Him! Pray and ask for perseverance in following the will of the Lord, and take the time to read Numbers 1-2 and Acts 24.

February 18


What role do you play in the body of Christ?

How are you called to serve in Christ’s body? Each of us is different, with a unique calling from the Lord. But as His children, He has a plan for all of us to advance His Kingdom! Pray to be open to guidance from the Lord and capable in its execution! Take time in God’s Word to read Numbers 3-4 and Acts 25!

February 19


What do you owe God?

Do you recognize the abundant grace and mercy God has shown you in your life? What could you ever repay Him? By living for Him! Pray and ask God for guidance in your life so you can live your life as a proponent of God and His Kingdom! Read Numbers 5-6 and Acts 26 and take note of what stands out to you.

February 20


What does God want you to let go of so that you can have hope?

What can you give up as a sacrifice to God? What areas of your life is He calling you to step away from? Pray and ask God for the strength to make the necessary changes to fulfill the plan that He has for you! Don’t get off course. Spend time in God’s Word reading Numbers and Acts 27.

February 21


What areas of fear and anxiety do you need to be honest with God, yourself and others about today?

What areas of fear or anxiety does God want you to surrender to Him? When we surrender our difficult circumstances over into the Lord’s hands, we are showing our faith in Him, and He tends to move in big, big ways! Pray and ask God to take away your spirit of fear and anxiety! Take the time to read Numbers 8-9 and Acts 28

February 22


What more could God do in you and through you if you were willing to be led by Him?

Are you willing to obey God when He gives you guidance in life? Make sure whatever His command may be, you’re willing to follow it! Pray and ask God for the discernment, strength, and perseverance to follow His plans for you! Take time to read Numbers 10-11,  Psalms 27, and Mark 1!

February 23


How has your faith in God impacted not only your life, but the lives of others?

How have you seen evidence of God moving in your life? What about in the lives of others? Pray and ask God for the ability to see Him working in your life – recognize all that He has already done for you and will do for you in the future! We serve a good God! Take time to read Numbers 12-13, Psalms 90, and Mark 2!

February 24


What aspects of your life do you need God to heal or restore?

What areas of your life do you need God’s restorative power in? Pray and ask God to make it clear what areas you need His help in, and ask Him for healing! Make sure you aren’t trying to heal on your own – take your problems to our loving Father! Spend time in God’s Word reading Numbers 14-16 and Mark 3!

February 25


Why does God want you to have a greater understanding of Him?

Are you being intentional in your pursuit of a greater understanding of God? The greater our understanding of Him, the better we can understand His love, promises, and guidance in our lives. Pray and ask God for an enhanced understanding of Him! Take time to read Numbers 17-18, Psalms 29, and Mark 4.

February 26


Have your emotions kept you from fully trusting in God?

Oftentimes, our emotions will cloud our judgment and throw us off the course we know to be right. Don’t let your emotions guide you through life – strive to control them! Pray and ask God for the self-control and capacity to control your emotional state and listen to God’s guidance first and foremost! Take time to read Numbers 19-20, Psalms 28, and Mark 5!

February 27


What would it truly mean to have God’s blessings completely surround you?

Do you recognize the blessings of God that are present throughout your life? Take time to pray, recognize, and thank God for all that He has done and will continue to do in your life! Recognize His abundant grace! Take time in God’s Word to read Numbers 21-23 and Mark 6-7.

February 28


 In what areas have we neglected to thank God for His amazing works?

Pray and ask God for the ability to discern His amazing works in your life! Thank Him for all that He has done and will do for you – even though you are undeserving! Give Him praise for all that He has done! Spend time in God’s Word reading Number 24-27 and 1 Corinthians  13!

March 1


Are you a part of the generation to see God’s promises?

Will we be a part of the generation that sees them come to fruition? Pray and think on the following questions: Have you established a continued legacy of holiness in your family? What’s stopping you? What does it mean to be a disciple of Jesus Christ? Take time in prayer to think on these, then take time to read Numbers 28-29 and Mark 8 in your Bible!

March 2


How has unbelief prevented a move of God in your life?

If we are lacking faith in God to overcome any obstacle in our life, we are limiting His ability to move in our lives! We should strive to stay faithful no matter what difficulties or obstacles life may bring our way! Take time to pray and ask God for help in this respect, and take time to ready Number 30-31 and Mark 9!

March 3


What are the stages of your life? What do they reveal about your relationship with God?

What do the stages of your life reveal about you and your relationship with our Creator? Do you think you’re following the plans He has for you? Pray and think on the following questions: Why is it so important to rid life of negative influences, and have you done this? Do you trust God to do the “impossible” in your life? We should strive to follow God’s guidance in our lives at every turn! Open God’s Word and read Number 32-33 and Mark 10! What stood out to you the most about these passages?

March 4


Why does forgiveness feel impossible? How is your faith in God demonstrated through forgiveness?

What does forgiveness mean to you? Forgiveness is a fundamental part of living like Jesus, but why is it so challenging sometimes? Pray and ask God for help in your forgiving of others--don’t hold a grudge when others wrong you! Take time in your Bible to read Numbers 34-36 and Mark 11! Who in your life do you need to make amends with and forgive?

March 5


In what ways are you fulfilling Jesus’ commandment to love?

Do you think sometimes we disobey God’s commandment to love others as ourselves? It is easy to get caught up in a selfish lifestyle, especially in today’s self-centered culture. In a world where this is the case, we are called to love our neighbors as ourselves! Pray and ask God for help in showing His supernatural love to our neighbors! Take time to read both Deuteronomy 1-2 and Mark 12!

March 6


Where have you lacked trust in who God is?

Do you trust in His promises to you? Have faith in who God is and what He does! Have faith in the plans He has for your life, the world, and His church! Pray and ask God continues to give you confidence in His plans, promises, and actions. Take time in your Bible to read Deuteronomy 3-4 and Mark 13!

March 7


How can you seek out wise sources of guidance in your life?

Who do you know who’s gone before you and has the experience and insight to expand your view of God’s wisdom? Seek out people like these in your life who can help pour into your life so you can become everything that God intended you to be! Pray and ask God for a mentorship figure in your life! Open God’s Word and read Deuteronomy 5-6 and Mark 14!

March 8


Do you trust that God has specific promises in store for you?

Whether we see them or not, God has plans for each of our lives. What space have you created to give God praise in the areas He’s delivered you from? Be intentional to give Him thanks as He blesses you with the plans He has for your life! Take time to read Deuteronomy 7-9 and Mark 15 in God’s Word. What stood out to you from these passages?

March 9


Where have you seen the power of God move in your life?

Oftentimes, it is during life’s struggles that God’s provision, protection, and comfort shine the brightest. Have you had a wilderness experience in your life? How did God use this situation for your good in the long-run? Pray and ask God for confidence in His provision and faith in His protection. Trust in Him! Open your Bible and take time to read both Deuteronomy 10-12 and Mark 16!

March 10


Why is the Gospel of Jesus Christ important to you?

We need to be intentional in our consumption of God’s Word. Read Deuteronomy 13-15 and Galatians 1. What stood out to you in these chapters? How do you honor God with your life, finances, and future? Pray and ask God for guidance in how to honor Him with what He’s given you in life!

March 11


Do you know the voice of God?

We must be able to discern His voice from that of the enemy. If we don’t we won’t be able to follow His guidance in our lives. Pray and ask God for the wisdom to be able to always discern His voice from those of others. Take time in God’s Word to read Deuteronomy 16-18, Psalm 38, and Galatians 2. What stood out to you in these chapters?

March 12


Why is faith in God crucial for a relationship with Him?

If we aren’t faithful, our relationship with God and the plans that He has for us are sure to take a detrimental hit. We must be intentional in the growth, development, and application of our faith! Pray and ask God for aid in your faith journey! Take time in God’s Word to read Deuteronomy 19-21 and Galatians 3.

March 13


What does it mean to you to be an heir of Christ?

How are we meant to live out our lives as an heir of Christ? Why does the way we treat our brother or sister reveal our relationship with God? Pray and ask God for help in being an accurate representation of His love! Read Deuteronomy 22-24 and Galatians 4 in God’s Word.

March 14


How does the knowledge of It is Finished help you finish your day well?

How do you need to lean into Him more as you run the race today? Who in your life needs your help to finish well? Be intentional to help others! Pray and ask Christ for strength in your own race, and for the strength to help those around you in theirs! Take time to read Deuteronomy 25-27 and Galatians 5 in God’s Word.

March 15


Are you living a blessed life or a penalized life?

When does it feel the easiest to faint and give up while you wait for your season? Today, let’s pray and ask God for help to live in obedience to Him! When we are faithful to God, He blesses us! Take time today to read Deuteronomy 28-29 and Galatians 6 in God’s Word. What stands out to you from these passages?

March 16


What are you willing to let go of so that you can live an obedient life in Christ?

In what areas of your life do you rebel against God? Where have you lacked unity within your home? Today, let’s pray and ask God for help in living in obedience to Him! Strive to uproot whatever is preventing your obedience! Open God’s Word and read Deuteronomy 30-31, Psalm 40, and 1 Corinthians 1.

March 17


Where does your faith rest––in God’s power or in human wisdom?

If we have more confidence in the limited wisdom of man than the power of our omnipotent God, we are confused! Pray and ask God for confidence in the plans that He has for us––trust in His guidance always! Take time in God’s Word to read Deuteronomy 32-34 and 1 Corinthians 2. What stands out to you in these scriptures?

March 18


What area of your life do you need God’s strength in?

What seeds have you planted or what seeds have you watered for the Kingdom of God? Today, let’s ask God for the help we need to make an impact for His Kingdom! Open God’s Word and read Joshua 1-2, Psalm 37, and 1 Corinthians 3. Take note of what stood out to you from these passages!

March 19


What is your memorial to remember how God blessed you and delivered you?

What in your life reminds you of the selfless sacrifice Christ made for you to have salvation? Pray and ask God for help remembering He sent His son to die out of love for us! Take time in God’s Word to read Joshua 3-6 and 1 Corinthians 4!

March 20


How has pride hindered your relationship with God?

Have you pursued something God promised to you, but disobedience kept you from attaining them? Today, let’s pray and ask God for the self-control to fulfill the plans He has for us! Strive to follow His guidance for your life at every turn! Take time to read Joshua 7-8, Psalm 69, and 1 Corinthians 5! What stood out to you from these passages?

March 21


Where in your life do you need revival today?

What about your family? What about your community? Today, let’s pray and ask God for revival in whichever areas of our world need it most! Open God’s Word and take time to read both Joshua 9-11 and 1 Corinthians 6!

March 22


Which parts of God’s promises have you yet to claim?

Have you honored God with your marriage or singleness? We should strive to honor God in all areas of our life! Today, let’s pray God gives us the discernment to make decisions that honor Him in all we do! Take time to read Joshua 12-14 and 1 Corinthians 7 in your Bible!

March 23


Where is the enemy taking up living space in your life?

If we aren’t being intentional about uprooting the holds that the enemy may have in our life, we are giving him free real-estate in our lives! Today, pray and ask for God’s help in freeing you from the enemy’s control and living your life for Him! Open your Bible and read Joshua 15-17 and 1 Corinthians 8! What stands out to you in these passages?

March 24


Are you waiting for God to move or is God waiting on you to move?

Oftentimes, we think we are waiting on God to open a door in our lives, but it is our responsibility to take the next step in faith! Today, let’s pray to God for discernment in following His plans for our lives! Take time in God’s Word to read Joshua 18-20 and 1 Corinthians 9!

March 25


What places or people are witness to your obedience to God?

Why are temptations seemingly difficult to overcome? How can your resistance be a witness to your obedience? Today, let’s pray and ask God to be effective displays of His love to us, and for the self-control to resist life’s temptations!

March 26


Why does God sometimes seem silent?

Do you wonder if God is even listening? Will you still trust even when it seems like He is silent? Today, let’s pray and ask God for the perseverance to stay the course even when He is not giving us direction! Spend time in God’s Word reading Joshua 23-24, Psalm 44, and 1 Corinthians 11. What stands out to you from these scriptures?

March 27


What does unity in the body of Christ look like?

Why is it important to teach generations after you to serve the LORD? Today, let’s ask God for help in promoting unity in His body! Strive to unify His church! Take time in your Bible to read Judges 1-3 and 1 Corinthians 12.

March 28


How can we start to serve others in a way that will confound the world and make an eternal impact in our communities?

We should be intentional to show the love that Christ has shown us to those around us! Today, ask God for help in being an effective display of His love to the world! Take time to read Judges 4-5, Psalm 39, and 1 Corinthians 13. What stands out to you from these passages?

March 29


Why do we sometimes doubt God?

Have you ever questioned where God was when you went through difficulties? How has doubt impacted your relationship with Christ? Today, let’s ask God for confidence in His plans despite our uncertainties and for faith in His provision! Take time to read Judges 6-7, Psalm 52, and 1 Corinthians 14. Take note of what stands out to you in these scriptures!

March 30


What in your life might be receiving praise other than God?

Are you willing to serve God even when others might ridicule you for it? Do you believe in the victory through Jesus Christ? Today, let’s ask God for perseverance in our obedience to Him, no matter what obstacles or adversities we may face! Take time in your Bible to read Judges 8, Psalm 42, and 1 Corinthians 15.

March 31


What changes would you see if you did everything in love?

What benefits are there to worshipping Jesus? What does it mean to find safety in God? How does God reveal to us that He is a place of safety? Today, let’s recognize that God is our safe house, and let’s ask Him for help in showing love to one another! Spend time in God’s Word reading Judges 9-10, Psalm 49, and 1 Corinthians 16. What stands out to you in these passages?

April 1


What impact have your spoken words or the words of others had on your life?

In spite of your past, when has God used you to be a blessing to others? When did you know that God had delivered you from trouble after you called on Him? Take time to think about and answer these questions. Take time to pray and ask God for help in whatever area you feel insufficient in––confidence, love, discernment, etc. Take time in God’s Word to read Judges 11-2, Psalms 50, and 2 Corinthians 1.

April 2


What role do you play in helping others reach their God-given potential?

Are you chasing anything that is actively leading you away from God? Who in your life is God calling you to forgive? Take time to think on and answer these questions. Pray and ask God for the strength to help others, defeat temptations, and forgive others. Take time to read Judges 13-16 and 2 Corinthians 2 in God’s Word.

April 3


Why is it critical to get closer to God?

What have you mistaken for God that was not God? Who is like the LORD? What message has God created you to both embody and share? Think on these questions and answer them privately. Take time to pray for the ability to discern God’s voice and to get closer to Him! Open God’s Word and read Judges 17-18, Psalm 89, and 2 Corinthians 3.

April 4


What stands out to you about the demeanor of the humble people in your life?

How do humble people handle themselves? Today, let’s pray and ask God to eliminate all the pride in our hearts so we can live with humility and display His love! Take time in God’s Word to read Judges 19-21 and 2 Corinthians 4! What stands out to you about these passages?

April 5


How has your sight clouded your faith?

Who has God sent to walk with you during difficult seasons of life? In your weak moments, how did God lead you to His strength? Take time thinking about and answering these questions. Take time in prayer to ask the LORD for confidence in His promises and unwavering faith! Take time in God’s Word to read Ruth 1-2, Psalms 53 and 61, and 2 Corinthians 5. Take note of what stands out to you from these chapters.

April 6


What more does God have in store for you?

Take time to answer this question carefully. Pray and ask God for the confidence to trust in His promises fully, and the discernment to follow His guidance in your life so you can fulfill the perfect plan He has for you. Take time in your Bible to read Ruth 3-4, Psalms 64-65, and 2 Corinthians 6. What stands out to you from these passages?

April 7


Have you taken time today to offer genuine praise to God for how He has blessed you?

When have you had to switch from being sorrowful in action to sorrowful in spirit? How do you handle seeing others being blessed in areas you desire blessing? Take time to think about these questions and answer them privately. Pray and thank God for all He has given you! If you are struggling to keep a positive outlook, ask God for help in this field. Take time in His Word to read 1 Samuel 1-2, Psalm 66, and 2 Corinthians 7.

April 8


In your time of prayer, how do you communicate with God?

When you cry out to God, do you believe that He hears you? Have you sought opportunities to bless others out of your abundance? Have you been blessed to receive from others when you have felt lack? Think on these questions. Pray and ask God for guidance in your life, and give Him room to speak! Take time in God’s Word to read 1 Samuel 3-5, Psalm 77, and 2 Corinthians 8. What stands out to you from these passages?

April 9


When have you seen God bless your generosity?

Have you seen God bless your generosity? Where can you give more? Today, let’s pray and ask God for a generous heart that can give to His glory! Take time in God’s Word to read 1 Samuel 6-7, Psalm 72, and 2 Corinthians 9. What stands out to you from these passages?

April 10


Do others see you living out the words you proclaim?

When we’re spreading the good news of Christ but haven’t repented and turned from a sinful life, we can be bad representations of God’s Kingdom. Today, let’s pray and ask God for help being an effective display of His love and grace! Take time in your Bible to read 1 Samuel 8-10 and 2 Corinthians 10. What stands out to you from these scriptures?

April 11


Where have you missed an opportunity to learn about and get to know the Holy Spirit?

Have you perhaps thought about Him more as a force than a Person of the Trinity? Have you settled for having only a vague idea of who He is and what He does? Today, let’s pray and ask the Lord for a better understanding of the Holy Spirit in us and in our lives. Take time in God’s Word to read 1 Samuel 11-12, 1 Chronicles 1, and 2 Corinthians 11. Take note of what stands out to you in these passages.

April 12


Have you been chasing idols?

Have you been chasing idols? What have you gotten, or what did you seek when you began chasing them? Today, let’s pray and ask God for help in uprooting any idols we may have in our lives so we can follow Him with a full heart! Take time in your Bible to read 1 Samuel 13, 1 Chronicles 2-3, and 2 Corinthians 12. What stands out to you from these passages?

April 13


Will you pass the test?

Take time to read 1 Samuel 14, 1 Chronicles 4, and 2 Corinthians 13, and take note when it talks about a ‘test.’ What do you think this stands for? Today, let’s pray and ask the Lord for increased confidence and trust in His plans!

April 14


Are you willing to go “all the way” to follow God?

When has pride kept you from following Christ? Today, let’s pray and ask the Lord to humble our hearts and eliminate all the pride within so we can effectively follow Him! Take time in God’s Word to read 1 Samuel 15-16, 1 Chronicles 5, and Matthew 1. What stands out to you from these passages?

April 15


When do you trust in God: in the good times or in the difficult ones?

Do you find yourself only going to God when you’re amidst difficulty? Or do you pour into Him, no matter what is going on in your life? Today, let’s pray and ask the Lord for help in keeping Him at the center of our lives––always, no matter the situation! Take time in your Bible to read 1 Samuel 17, Psalm 9, and Matthew 2. What stands out to you from these chapters?

April 16


 Do you desire another’s gifts, or do you desire to operate under God’s anointing?

God has a unique plan for each of our lives. Sometimes, we see the giftings of others – whether they be spiritual or physical blessings – and get jealous, losing sight of what God intended for us. Today, let’s pray that we remain on track to fulfilling God’s plan with our lives. Take time in God’s Word to read 1 Samuel 18, 1 Chronicles 6, Psalm 11, and Matthew 3. What stands out to you from these verses?

April 17


Who has God sent to your life to warn you? Correct you?

God sends different people into our lives for different reasons. Today, let’s pray for clarity in God’s guidance and a heart of faith! Take time in your Bible to read 1 Samuel 19, 1 Chronicles 7, Psalm 59, and Matthew 4. Take note of what stands out to you!

April 18


Who do you need to lift up today?

Who do you need to practically show support to in your life? The Bible tells us time and time again that we need the help and encouragement of our Christian brothers and sisters––we need each other! Today, pray and ask God for the motivation to encourage those around you! Take time to read 1 Samuel 20-21, Psalm 34, and Matthew 5. What stands out to you from these chapters?

April 19


 How meaningful is your prayer life to you? What can be done to strengthen it?

How do you view prayer in your life–what’s possible, what’s it used for, what are its limits? Today, let’s pray and ask the Lord for a bountiful prayer life filled with confidence, faith, and focus on God. Take time in God’s Word to read 1 Samuel 22, Psalm 17, Psalm 35, and Matthew 6!

April 20


 During your last big decision you made, did you seek God first?

We all have big decisions to make in life, but when we draw on the guidance of the Lord, we can ensure we are making that in accordance with His plans for our lives! Make sure you’re going to Him for help whenever you need to make big decisions – operate according to His guidance! Take time in your Bible to read 1 Samuel 23, Psalm 31, Psalm 54, and Matthew 7. Take note of what stands out to you in these passages!

April 21


What areas of your life do you have trouble trusting God?

Are there ever any areas of your life that are filled with doubt, uncertainty, and a lack of confidence in the Lord? Today, let’s pray and ask the Lord for confidence in His Word, provision, and comfort. Take time in your Bible to read 1 Samuel 24, Psalms 57-58, 1 Chronicles 8, and Matthew 8. What catches your attention from these scriptures?

April 22


  How do you let God know that you desire Him more than anything else?

Is there anything in your life that is a testament that points to God as your life’s priority? Today, let’s pray and go to God with a humble heart seeking Him! Take time in God’s Word to read 1 Samuel 25-26, Psalm 63, and Matthew 9. Take note of what draws your attention!

April 23


How would the world know that you are one of God’s laborers?

What about your life is a display of the love God has first shown to us? Today, let’s pray and ask God that we are effective displays and ambassadors of His awesome Kingdom! Take time in God’s Word to read 1 Samuel 27, Psalm 141, 1 Chronicles 9, and Matthew 10. What stands out to you from these passages?

April 24


When has unrepentance prevented you from seeing the miraculous power of God in your life?

Have you ever let your pride get in the way of repentance and lead to your unrepentant? When we do this, we are lessening the grace and love of God, and not making room for His power to be displayed in our lives. Today, let’s pray and ask for a clean, humble heart. Take time to read 1 Samuel 28-29, Psalm 109, and Matthew 11 in God’s Word.

April 25


Where in your life have you allowed your differences with others to usurp your shared destiny with them in Christ?

Where have you allowed the spirits of division, bitterness, and judgment to close your eyes and ears to the experiences of others? We each are sons and daughters of Christ– we can’t let such small differences divide us! Open God’s Word and read 1 Samuel 30-31, 1 Chronicles 10, and Matthew 12.

April 26


When have you had an opportunity to demonstrate love to those that hate and resent you? In what ways could you better love your enemy?

Society often pushes revenge on us as the best and most fulfilling thing to do whenever someone has been wronged. However, this is not the same road Jesus told us to travel! We are to love our neighbor as ourselves and treat each and everyone we encounter with a loving heart! Today, pray and ask the Lord for a changed heart that loves your enemies! Take time to read 2 Samuel 1, Psalm 140, and Matthew 13.

April 27


Do the words that you speak from your heart serve to defile you or purify you?

What flows from your heart – hatred or love? From what you answer, we can see what and who you really prioritize in life. Today, let’s pray and ask God for an undiminishing focus on Him! Take time in God’s Word to read 2 Samuel 2, 1 Chronicles 11, Psalm 142, and Matthew 14. What stands out to you from these chapters?

April 28


What opportunities have you taken to declare Jesus as God and your LORD? How might others know this?

When in your life are you given the opportunity to declare Jesus Christ as your Lord? Today, let’s pray and ask the Lord for boldness and confidence in sharing His good news with others! Take time to read 2 Samuel 3, 1 Chronicles 12, and Matthew 15 in God’s Word. What draws your attention from these chapters?

April 29


When God searches your heart, what does He find? From what do you need repentance?

What in your life is drawing you away from God? Today, let’s pray and ask the Lord for help in removing all sins that are a detriment to our relationship with Him! Take time in your Bible to read 2 Samuel 4-5, Psalm 139, and Matthew 16. What stands out to you from these chapters?

April 30


What changes would you see in your life from having more faith in God?

When we live our lives in faith to God, big things happen! When in your life have you noticed your faith playing an impact on what happens? Today, let’s pray and ask the Lord for a spirit of faith amidst our difficulties! Take time to read 2 Samuel 6, 1 Chronicles 13, Psalm 68, and Matthew 17. What do you notice from these scriptures?

May 1


When the presence of God shows up, are you a worship spectator or a worship participator?

Today, let's take time to worship the LORD and exalt His name wholeheartedly. Take time in God’s Word to read 1 Chronicles 14-15, Psalm 132, and Matthew 18. What stands out to you from these passages? We’re so excited to be entering another month of prayer with you all - thanks for participating. Happy May, TWC family!

May 2


In what areas of your life do you need God-centered strategy?

Is there anywhere in your life you're relying on your own strategy instead of God's guidance? Today, let's pray and focus on following God's plan for us, not our own. Take time in His Word to read 1 Chronicles 16, Psalm 106, and Matthew 19 and reflect on them.

May 3


Why are leaders also called to be servants?

What do you think the correlation is between servanthood and leadership is? Today, let's pray and ask God for a servant's heart! Open your Bible and read 2 Samuel 7, 1 Chronicles 17, Psalm 2, and Matthew 20. What stands out to you from these passages? Take time to reflect.

May 4


How can you show kindness to someone who has been broken, or forgotten, or disappointed?

What can you do today to show love to someone in your life? Today, let's ask God for a kind heart and an opportunity to display His love. Take time to read 2 Samuel 8-9, 1 Chronicles 18-19, and Matthew 21 – take note of what stands out to you.

May 5


During your last life decision, did you trust in the name of the LORD or in the things that appear secure?

Are you making decisions based on what you see, or the guidance of the Lord? Today, let's pray and ask God for the courage to live by faith, not sight! Open your Bible and read 2 Samuel 10, 1 Chronicles 20, Psalm 20, and Matthew 22. Then, take time to reflect on these passages.

May 6


What does true repentance look like? How do you know you are living a truly repentant life?

What are the signs of a repentant life? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord that we be accurate displays of repentance and His amazing grace! Open God’s Word and read 2 Samuel 11-12, Psalm 51, and Matthew 23. What stands out to you from these chapters?

May 7


In seeing the signs that Jesus is returning soon, how are you leading the unsaved in your family and communities to Christ?

What are you doing to spread the good news of Jesus Christ? Today, let's pray and ask that the Holy Spirit guide us in sharing God's name! Take time to read 2 Samuel 13-14 and Matthew 24. Take note of what stands out to you – how can you apply this to your life?

May 8


Why do we decide to sometimes cover up our sins rather than confess them to Christ and repent?

Have you ever been too ashamed to go to Christ for repentance? Today, let's pray and thank the Lord for His amazing, unending grace! Spend time in God’s Word reading 2 Samuel 15-16, Psalm 32, and Matthew 25. What stands out to you in these four chapters?

May 9


Who needs a better understanding of His love?

Who in your life needs God's love? Today, let's pray and ask God for wisdom in sharing His love with those around us! Take time to read the following chapters: 2 Samuel 17, Psalm 71, and Matthew 26. Then, take time to reflect on what you’ve read.

May 10


What blessings are now available to you through Jesus taking our punishment on the cross?

What are you blessed with? Today, let's take time to pray and thank the Lord for all He has blessed us with in life! Spend time in prayer and in God’s Word reading 1 Samuel 18, Psalm 56, and Matthew 27. What stands out to you about these verses? Reflect on them throughout your day.

May 11


Do you currently live with fear? How does fear impact your life?

What are you afraid of? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord to liberate us from the fear we're limited by – let's remember that He is in total control! Spend time in your Bible reading 2 Samuel 19-20, Psalm 55, and Matthew 28. Reflect and pray on what you’ve read.

May 12


Are you living with disobedience? What is God showing you to make right?

What area of your life are you not totally obedient in? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for the strength and courage to follow Him totally – let's strive to be obedient to Him in all we do! Spend time reading 2 Samuel 21-23 and 1 Thessalonians 1 in God’s Word. What stands out to you in these 2 passages?

May 13


 In what ways has God's WORD been at work both inside you and inside those around you?

How has God’s WORD been working in your life? Today, let's take time to reflect and pray on how God's Word is positively affecting our lives and the lives of those around us! Take time to read 2 Samuel 24, 1 Chronicles 21, Psalm 30, and 1 Thessalonians 2. Reflect and pray on what you’ve read.

May 14


What financial and spiritual legacy will you leave to generations after you?

What are you leaving to the next generation? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for help in passing on financial and spiritual inheritance to those that come after us!  Spend time in God’s Word reading 1 Chronicles 22-24 and 1 Thessalonians 3. Take note of what stands out to you from these passages.

May 15


Why might you limit the amount of love you show others? Where could you show more love?

Why do we limit the love we show to others? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for help in being effective displays of His love to those in our lives! Open your Bible and read 1 Chronicles 25-27 and 1 Thessalonians 4. Reflect on what you’ve read throughout your day.

May 16

 

In what areas of your life have you fallen asleep and need spiritual awakening in?

What areas of your life do you need spiritual awakening in? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord to awaken the areas of our life that need spiritual awakening – let's strive to live totally for Him! Spend time in God’s Word reading 1 Kings 1, 1 Chronicles 28, Psalm 91, and 1 Thessalonians 5. What stands out to you from these passages? Pray on what you’ve read.

 

May 17


Would others be able to speak confidently about your faith during your hardest trials?

How can obstacles or pain in our life actually be an opportunity to show God’s provision, peace, and comfort? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for strength amidst adversity so that we can be an effective testimony of His grace to those around us! Spend time in God’s Word reading 1 Kings 2, 1 Chronicles 29, Psalm 95, and 2 Thessalonians 1. Take note of what God is speaking to you through these passages.

May 18



What God-inspired instructions did you receive from the generation before you? Have you followed them?

What instructions have you received that you haven’t fully taken to heart and started following? Today, let's heed the God-sent instructions of those that came before us and thank the Lord for the relationships He has given us! Spend time reading 1 Kings 3, 2 Chronicles 1, Psalm 78, and 2 Thessalonians 2. What stands out to you from these chapters?

May 19

 

How has idleness disrupted your life? How do we become busy for God and not busybodies?

Are you hastily following the Lord’s guidance and plans for your life? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for a spirit of perseverance and the strength to carry on for His glory! Spend time in God’s Word reading 1 Kings 4-5, 2 Chronicles 2, Psalm 101, and 2 Thessalonians 3. What stands out to you from these passages?

May 20


Have you ever felt ashamed to share God's Word? How do you combat fear and shame?

Do you have any shame or guilt that you still struggle with? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord to forgive our sins and remove our shame and guilt so that we can be effective advocates for His mighty Kingdom! Read 1 Kings 6, 2 Chronicles 3, Psalm 97, and Romans 1. Take note of what stands out to you from these passages.

May 21



Has God shown you grace for "casting judgment" on others? How can you extend this grace to others?

Who in your life needs to be shown the grace and love that can only come from God? Today, let's thank God for forgiving us for unrighteously judging others – we should be quick to forgive those around us as well! Spend time in God’s Word reading 1 Kings 7, 2 Chronicles 4, Psalm 98, and Romans 2. What stands out to you from these chapters?

May 22

 

What has God promised you? Does your time with God reflect your gratitude for His upheld promises?

What has God promised to and blessed your life with? Today, let's spend time with the Lord and thank Him for all He has blessed us with! Take time to read 1 Kings 8, 2 Chronicles 5, Psalm 99, and Romans 3. Pray on and reflect on what you’ve read throughout the day.

May 23


Who do you need to show compassion to today? How haven't you accepted God's compassion in your own life?

Who in your life needs to be shown the love of the Lord? Today, let's thank the Lord for the compassion He has shown us and show the same love to those around us! Spend time in God’s Word reading the following: 2 Chronicles 6-7, Psalm 135, Romans 5. What stands out to you from these four chapters?

May 24



Why is thankfulness important to having true compassion? How do our sinful selves benefit from Jesus' compassion?

How can you show compassion to others? Today, let's be thankful for Christ's amazing sacrifice and the compassion we have undeservedly been shown. Spend time reading 1 Kings 9, 2 Chronicles 8, Psalm 136, and Romans 5. Take note of what the Lord is speaking to you through His Word.

May 25

 

 Do you walk in sin or in repentance? What more have you gained through Christ's resurrection?

What has your life been blessed with due to Christ’s sacrifice on the cross? Today, let's continue to draw closer to God and remember all He has blessed us with! Take time to read 1 Kings 10-11, 2 Chronicles 9, and Romans 6. Reflect on what you’ve read throughout the day!

May 26


What does a new life in Christ mean for you and for those around you? Who in your life needs to be freed from the bondage of sin?

Who in your life can you share the good news of Christ’s love and sacrifice with? Today, let's remember and be thankful that as believers we are filled with Spirit and are no longer the captives of sin! Spend time in the Word with the Lord by reading Proverbs 1-3 and Romans 7. What stands out to you from these two passages?

May 27



What are you willing to give up to gain godly wisdom and understanding? What in your life is trying to separate you from God?

What in your life is blocking you from a closer relationship with the Lord? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for help in letting go of all the things in our life that hinder our relationship with Him. Open your Bible and read Proverbs 4-6 and Romans 8. Pray and reflect on what you’ve read.

May 28

 

What would more wisdom mean for your family and relationships?

What area in your relational or familial wisdom are you lacking in? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for wisdom in our families and relationships, and thank Him for blessing us with them in the first place! Open God’s Word and read Proverbs 7-9 and Romans 9 – what is the Lord telling you through these two passages?

May 29


Have your words about Jesus aligned with your heart's belief in Him?

When have you said something that didn’t align with your belief in Christ? Today, let's make sure our belief in Christ is aligned with what we say and do – let's be displays of His love and compassion! Spend time in God’s Word reading Proverbs 10-12 and Romans 10. Take note of what stands out to you from these passages.

May 30



What do you need to do more of this week? Do you need to make time for prayer and bring your concerns before God in surrender? 

How can you make more time to do whatever you need to do this week? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for the self-control and focus to do what He is guiding us to do in the coming week. Take time to read Proverbs 13-15 and Romans 11 in God’s Word. Reflect on what you’ve read throughout the day.

May 31



What role do you play in the body of Christ?

How has God used you for His glory and the benefit of His Kingdom? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord that He continue to use us to advance His Kingdom! Open God’s Word and read Proverbs 16-18 and Romans 12. Pray on what you’ve read and reflect on it throughout your day.

June 1

 

Why do we owe others love?

How does our love to others show our indebtedness to God? Today, let's pray, thank God for His love, and be intentional to show it to others! Spend time in God’s Word reading Proverbs 19-21 and Romans 13. Reflect on what you’ve read throughout your day.

June 2


How has judging others hindered them from coming to Jesus?

Has someone misjudged you and hindered your relationship with Jesus? Today, let's go to the Lord in prayer and ask Him to take the aptitude to incorrectly judge others out of our hearts! Open your Bible and read Proverbs 22-24 and Romans 14. Then, pray and reflect on what you’ve read.

June 3



When have you lacked self-control? How has this impacted your life?

What does self-control mean to you? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for increased self-control in our lives for His glory! Read Proverbs 25-27 and Romans 15 in God’s Word. What stands out to you from these chapters?

June 4

 

Have you prayed for God to reveal the divisive people in life?

How does sharing life with unifying people enrich your life? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for an increased spirit of unity in ourselves and those around us! Spend time in God’s Word reading Proverbs 28-29, Psalm 60, and Romans 16. Reflect on what you’ve read throughout your day.

June 5


How can you seek out more opportunities for God's Word to be spoken over life, family, and situations?

How can speaking the Word of God over situations affect them? Today, let's be intentional to take our situations, life, and family issues to the Lord in prayer! Take time to read the following chapters in God’s Word: Proverbs 30-31, Psalm 33, and Ephesians 1. Reflect on what you’ve read.

June 6



Are we loving others like Christ? Are we submitting like He did?


Are we laying down our own right for the rights of others? Today, let's ask God for the strength to love and serve those around us! Spend time reading Ephesians 1-3, Psalm 45, and Ephesians 2. Take time to pray and reflect on what you’ve read.

June 7

 

What does it mean to be loved by God?

How can you describe God's immeasurable love to others? Today, let's pray and thank God for His love and be intentional to share it with others! Spend time reading Ecclesiastes 4-6, Psalm 18, and Ephesians 3. What stands out to you from these passages?

June 8


In reflecting on your life, how have you seen God's wisdom preserve you?

What area of your life do you need more of God's infinite wisdom in? Today, let's pray and ask God for the wisdom we need to follow His plans for our lives. Spend time in God’s Word reading Ecclesiastes 7-9 and Ephesians 4. Reflect on what you’ve read throughout the day.

June 9


Has laziness and procrastination deterred you from accomplishing your goals?
How do you need God to motivate you? What area of your life do you need to work on? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord to motivate us so we may follow Him more effectively! Spend time in God’s Word reading Ecclesiastes 10-12, Psalm 94, and Ephesians 5. Reflect and pray on what you’ve read throughout your day.

June 10

 

When you pray, do you pray in the Spirit?

Do you allow the Holy Spirit to guide you when you pray? Or do you only fill your prayer with requests and questions without listening? Today, let's pray and listen closely to Holy Spirit and His promptings! Take time today to read Song of Solomon 1-4 and Ephesians 6. What stands out to you from these chapters?

June 11


Do you feel desired by God? How passionate is your love for Him?

How does God's passionate love for you exemplify how we love our family and the Body of Christ? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for opportunities to shine His love on those around us. Open your Bible and read Song of Solomon 5-8 and Philippians 1. Pray and reflect on what you’ve read throughout the day.

June 12


When have you felt you had the same mindset as Christ?

How do you need God to motivate you? What area of your life do you need to work on? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord to motivate us so we may follow Him more effectively! Spend time in God’s Word reading Ecclesiastes 10-12, Psalm 94, and Ephesians 5. Reflect and pray on what you’ve read throughout your day.

June 13


Do you trust in the promises of our Father?

If we trust that the Father loves us enough to give up Jesus Christ on our behalf, how much more can we trust that Jesus’ finished work on the cross is adequate— that He alone is all we need to be righteous? Today, let's pray and thank God for sending Christ as our sacrifice and reflect on the magnitude and meaning of this sacrifice! Read 1 Kings 13-14, 2 Chronicles 12, and Philippians 3, then reflect and pray on what you’ve read.

June 14


If God supplies our needs according to His riches in glory, why do we struggle with being content in Christ?

Do you struggle with contentment? Do you have trouble recognizing and being thankful for what God has given you? Today, let's pray and ask that the Lord remind us He is all we need – let's pray for a spirit of contentment and recognize His abundant blessings. Spend time in God’s Word reading the following: 1 Kings 15, 2 Chronicles 13-14, and Philippians 4. Spend time reflecting on what you’ve read.

June 15


What does a life of God's spiritual wisdom and understanding look like?

How does your life mirror this life in Christ? What area of your life do you need to work on to live more like Christ? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for spiritual wisdom so we may be an effective display of Him! Take time to read 1 Kings 16, 2 Chronicles 15-16, and Colossians 1. What stands out to you from these chapters?

June 16


When has God instructed you to do something that seemed crazy to you?

Why would God give out-of-the-ordinary instructions? Do you think the intricacies of God’s plan are greater than your reasoning? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for the courage to follow all of His instructions – even if they are out-of-the-ordinary to us! Take time to read and reflect on 1 Kings 17-19 and Colossians 2. Spend time praying about what you’ve read.

June 17


When has God promised you victory in the face of seemingly difficult adversity?

Do you realize that with God, any adversity, obstacle, or difficulty is no longer a limiting factor? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord to help us remember that with Him, all things are possible – all obstacles can be overcome! Spend time in God’s Word reading 1 Kings 20-21, 2 Chronicles 17, and Colossians 3. Reflect on what you’ve read.

June 18


Why would God want us to properly season our words with salt before having conversations with other people?

Why do you think it’s so important to have an understanding of God and His Word? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for help in understanding and spreading His Word! Open your Bible and read 1 Kings 22, Chronicles 18-19, and Colossians 4, then, pray on what you’ve read.

June 19


How does your definition of justice differ from God's definition of justice?

How does God view justice? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord to align our definition and view of justice with His! Take time to read 2 Kings 1-3, Psalm 82, and 1 Timothy 1 in God’s Word. What stands out to you from these chapters?

June 20


What spiritual ambition do we have that causes us to strain towards the goal?

Do you follow the Lord out of obligation, guilt, or love? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for a renewed and revitalized passion for following Him! Spend time in the Bible reading 2 Kings 4-5, Psalm 83, and 1 Timothy 2. What stands out to you in these passages? Reflect and pray on what you’ve read throughout your day.

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June 22


How do others know that God has qualified you to share the gospel?

Are you sharing God’s Word? Today, let's ask that the Lord give us the needed wisdom and courage to share His gospel truthfully and effectively! Spend time in God’s Word reading 2 Kings 8-9, 2 Chronicles 21, and 1 Timothy 4, then pray on what you’ve read.

June 23


Have you ever felt as if God has rescued you?

What does it mean to be hidden by God? Today, let's thank God for all the times He's been our Protector – past, present, and future! Open your Bible and read 2 Kings 10, 2 Chronicles 22-23, and 1 Timothy 5. Spend time reflecting and praying on what you’ve read.

June 24


When communicating, what are your healthy interests?

What has God revealed to you about your attraction to unhealthy communications? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord for continued guidance and clarification into the healthy and unhealthy areas of our lives. Read 2 Kings 11-12, 2 Chronicles 24, and 1 Timothy 6. What stands out to you from these chapters?

June 25


What spirit do you operate in, fear or power?

Are you letting fear control your decisions or your identity in Christ? Today, let's pray and ask the Lord to remind us that He is with us always! Take time to read Joel 1-3 and 2 Timothy 1. Then, pray and reflect on what you’ve read throughout your day.

June 26


Are you moving toward or away from your God-ordained assignment day by day?

Are you moving closer to what God has called you to do? Today, let's pray that God gives us the perseverance and self-control to continue pursuing His perfect plans for our lives. Read John 1-4 and 2 Timothy 2 in God’s Word. What stands out to you from these passages?

June 27


Are we willing to walk in faith when God chooses a different answer to our prayers than we've been expecting?

Are you only willing to be faithful when you get what you want? Today, let's strive to remain faithful in all situations – even when we don't get the answer to our prayers we've been hoping for! Read 2 Kings 13-14, 2 Chronicles 25, and 2 Timothy 3 and pray on what you’ve read.

June 28


Who encourages you to stay faithful and share God's Word?

Who are you surrounding yourself with? Today, let's thank the Lord for the positive influences He has blessed our lives with. Take time to read Amos 1-3, Psalm 80, and 2 Timothy 4 in your Bible. Reflect on what you’ve read throughout your day.

June 29


What do your words and actions reveal about your walk with Christ?

What area of your life is not a positive representation of Christ? Today, let's pray and ask for the Lord's assistance in being a display of His love and grace to others! Open God’s Word and read Amos 4-6, Psalm 86, and Titus 1. Reflect and pray on your reading.

June 30


 How does increased understanding of God's awesome majesty shape your praise and worship to Him?

Do you praise God for His majesty? Today, let's be intentional to praise the Lord and recognize His awesome majesty! Spend time reading Amos 7-9, Psalm 104, and Titus 2. Spend time in prayer breaking down what you’ve read in God’s Word.

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?

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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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