DAY 39 – March 19th – Is That Really You God?

 God Wants To Talk To YouScriptures:   John 10:2-5;   John 10:27: Psalm 23


The biggest problem in hearing God’s voice is knowing for sure that it is His voice that we hear. Maybe we are only hearing self-talk. Could it be just our imagination? Jesus says, “listen to (the shepherd’s) voice…his sheep follow him because they know his voice. They will never follow a stranger…because they do not recognize his voice”. (John 10:2-5) Jesus is the Shepherd. Believers are the sheep. Believers will listen to and recognize the voice of the Shepherd. They will also know that certain voices are not his and will flee from them.


The best way to get to know Him and His voice is to spend time with God. As Pastor Littlejohn has stressed we must have a personal relationship with Jesus. The more time that we spend with him the better we will know Him. As we come to know His ways, words and will through the Word of God and by the Spirit, and spending time with Jesus we will also come to know what his voice sounds like. “We want to have confident communication with the Lord by being in fellowship with Christ such that we know who we are talking to, know what we are talking about through Jesus’ Word, as a result of a relationship with Him”, Pastor Littlejohn explained on Sunday March 6, 2016.



  • Thank God for revealing Himself through his Word and by His Spirit-the Spirit of Revelation.(Ephesians 1:7)
  • Thank Him for guiding you, protecting you and keeping you from harm.
  • Confess to the Shepherd if you have listened to other voices and followed their leadings and ask for forgiveness.
  • Ask the Shepherd to help you hear His voice, to follow His lead, and to spurn those who would lead you in the wrong way.
  • Ask God for an ear to hear (Revelation 2:7) and to teach you to hear better.


Linda Fegins , The Prayer Leader



DAY 40 – March 20th – Are You Listening To The Lord?

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Scriptures: Luke 10:39-42; Revelation 2:7; Romans 8:26


We started this 40 Day Prayer Journey on February 10 (Ash Wednesday), to prepare our hearts and minds for Resurrection Sunday better known as Easter through the season of Lent.


Hopefully through this forty (40) day prayer journey you have sought the Lord consistently, repenting from your old ways, letting them go and praying toward the desires and promises of God to enable us to grow in our spiritual walk.


The Intercessory Prayer Ministry prays that each of you as individuals and as a corporate body have repented, been refreshed, and have renewed your minds to communing with Christ, talking to him, but also listening to hear what He has to say to each of us individually and corporately.


God wants a personal love relationship with you-with us. A relationship involves a two way conversation. Prayer is a dialogue not a monologue. God is not silent. He speaks to us through His Word and through His Holy Spirit and in other ways that line up with His Word.  Jesus was a listener. He said “Whatever I say is what the Father has told me to say” (John 12:50). Like Jesus we must listen.

God is longing for us to pay attention. Let’s all stop and listen.



  • Praise the Holy Spirit who speaks to you and to the church through the Pastor.
  • Thank God that you have the ability to ”hear” the voice of the God.
  • Ask the Lord to give you a responsive heart and the willingness to do His as He reveals it to you no matter what.
  • Ask the Lord that prayer and intercession will increase in purity, passion and power in you, the church and throughout the city
  • Sing a song of Praise. Our Lord Jesus Christ has risen and we celebrate Him as we look forward to Resurrection Sunday. Write a prayer of praise.

Linda Fegins , The Prayer Leader




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