Day 8 Read and Ponder God’s Word: Christ-Guided Thoughts
Proverbs 23:7, II Cor. 10:5, Phil. 4:8.
Pray for believers to fully humble themselves, placing their primary trust in God.
Pray and meditate on things that are noble, things that are true, things that are just, things that are pure, things that are lovely, things that are of good report, and things that are praiseworthy.
Day 9 Read and Ponder God’s Word: Ebracing Brokeness and Humility
Psalm 51:17, Phil. 2:5, James 4:10, I Peter 5:5,
Pray for a powerful faith, pure motives and godly wisdom in this season.
Pray for the church that we would honor God and stand boldly for the truth and godly principles.
Day 10 Read and Ponder God’s Word: Pride, Prejudice and Envy
I Sam.16:7, Phil. 2:3-5, I John 2:16, James 2:1,4.
Pray for an explosion of first love passion for Christ and a deep burden for lost humanity.
Pray that each one will esteem others better than himself and that the Holy Spirit works to develop the mind of Christ in you.
Day 11 Read and Ponder God’s Word: Victory in Crisis
II Chron. 20:12, Isaiah 26:3, Matt. 6:25, Mark 9:23 Phil.4:6-7, I Peter 5:7
Cry out for churches to proclaim all Scripture, sound biblical doctrine and theology to the glory of God.
Pray as Jehoshaphat did and shift your focus off of the problems around you and to God. Allow God to fight your battles.
Day 12 Read and Ponder God’s Word: A Kind and Gentle Spirit
Ephesians 4:29-32 & 5:2
Pray for forgiveness of our critical and angry or argumentative attitudes.
Pray for God to create a clean heart and restore a gentle and kind spirit.
Day 13 Read and Ponder God’s Word: Doing Good to Enemies
Matt. 5:44 & 46-47, I Cor 13:4(a)5 & 7, I Peter 3:9,
Pray for God to work through you helping you to forgive others.
Pray for God’s victory to flow through us. Trust in Christ’s forgiveness and lifts up your prayers and petitions to Him.
Day 14 Read and Ponder God’s Word: Overcoming Greed and Worldliness
I Timothy 6:6 & 8-10, I John 2:15-17
Pray for godliness with contentment.
Plead for believers to humble themselves, placing primary trust in God not others and not self.