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Raise Them Up Lord! War Room Prayer Journey

raise upDAY 9 – February 18th – Raise Them Up Lord! -An Army of Intercessors-
Scriptures: Ephesians 6:10–18; Luke 18:1

Miss Clara cried out in her powerful prayer, “Lord, we need an army of believers who will stand on Your Word above all else. Lord, call us to battle! Raise them up, Lord! Raise them up!”

Before an army can be shipped into battle, they have to go through boot camp or some sort of training. God needs to train us up in order to raise us up, as we volunteer to be soldiers in His army.Raise them up, Lord!

The season of Lent should be a time of intense discipline and devotion. Obviously the word discipline is close to the word disciple. We are disciples or followers of Christ. We become like Christ through disciplines such as Bible Study, prayer, and ministry. Oh by the way , do you have your journal ,Bible, and a listening ear on this journey?

Prepare for battle.

Bible study and prayer are essential to the life of every Christian. Intentionally read the Gospels and relive Christ’s life on earth as a human being. Listen to His words. Fill your mind and soul with His stories and His truths. Spend more time in prayer. Learn to pray on your knees or prostrate on the floor. Confess your sins. Ask God to reveal to you areas of your life that need His transformation. Commit 40 days to deeper Bible study and longer times of prayer. Study God’s Word.


Worship music is a strong motivator, but always remember your “sword”—the Word of God. There may be times we are tempted to “lean on our own understanding,” instead of standing on the Word of God.
Human experiences and education are good, but God’s Word is best. God uses our education and experience to help us grow as the branches abiding in Him, the Vine. His Word is the root that keeps us steadfast and the sap that feeds and strengthens us. We must look at our experiences and education through the lens of God’s Word; it is our “Christian worldview.”*

Write down a few things that you believe that determine the way you behave; find them in Scripture and write down each verse that is the foundation of this belief you stand on above all else. If you cannot substantiate your belief with Scripture then you need to replace it with truth. Be careful, Satan is sneaky. He likes to twist and blur the Word to make it sound like something else that appeals to our flesh.


Write down the Scriptures that give you clear wisdom about God’s will and ways and do not waver! Then open your ears to hear Him calling you to battle; be prepared and armor up, He is raising up an army and you have just been recruited (Eph. 6:10–18).* (War Room excerpt comes from Kathy Branzell allowed permission only)


• Pray that the cycles of violence and revenge be ended. Pray that we repent as a community and nation from hatred, fear, racism and anger.
• Pray for the spirit of repentance to sweep across the city of Detroit or your city.
• Pray that the grace of God would impact the world through you as you follow Jesus through study of the Word and deeper prayer in humble obedience and repentance.ray for elderly persons. Pray that God’s strength and peace would be poured out on every one who is advanced in years. That they may be honored; that they may be cared for; that they may live to see their prayers answered; that loneliness be banished in lasting friendships and family bonds; that meaningful service be found.
• Pray for the City of Flint, the families and the children.

Something to Act On: Write down all the areas in your life where you want to experience spiritual growth.

Linda Fegins , The Prayer Leader, Linda Fegins, “The Prayer Leader” serves as prayer leader and teacher/trainer on the “Prayer Boot Camp” with the Global Missions Prayer Force and as a guest intercessor and volunteer for Girlfriends Pray a global prayer ministry. She served as Prayer Coordinator for over 13 years( later Director over the Prayer Ministry) for the Lydia Circle Christian Business and Professional Women. As part of the Lydia Circle she has lead over twenty prayer boot camps, and has lead prayer services and workshops in the Bahamas and in South Africa. She served on the prayer team of a medical mission trip to Jamaica under the leadership of Rev. Jackie McCullough. She also serves as the Prayer Leader for her church’s Intercessory Prayer Ministry.

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Day 11 of Prayer Journey to Life Transformation

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DAY 11 –February 23- Studying God’s Word and Praying Together
40 Day Prayer Journey to Life Transformation

The Word of God is powerful and is alive and therefore eating it everyday , believing and obeying it, coupled with the dynamic power of prayer ,will lead to life transformation in you and in your family if you do both together. “For the word of God is living and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart” .Hebrews 4:12 .

“Prayer is the key that opens the storehouse of God’s infinite grace and power”. R.A. Torrey. The effectual fervent prayer of the righteous availeth much. James 5:16 . I pray that you and your family will strive together to study the Word and pray individually and together as a family. God wants household salvation, study and worship.

Scriptures: Deuteronomy 6:6-9, 11:18-21; Proverbs 4: 20-24; 2Timothy 3:15-17; Ephesians 6:18; 1Thessalonians 5:17

Repent: Of failing to study God’s Word on a consistent basis; of failing to pray and seek God’s face without ceasing; of failing diligently to teach our children the Scriptures and the ways of the Lord; of neglecting the discipline and privilege of praying together; of failing to pray for each other; of neglecting individual and corporate prayer.


• Pray for forgiveness and a renewed hunger or God’s Word.
• Pray that you will grow in the spiritual discipline of studying and praying individually to seek God’s face.
• Pray that you will grow in the knowledge of God’s Word for every aspect of your life.
• Pray that the Father gives you the Spirit of wisdom and revelation, so that you may know him better. Eph.1:17
• Pray for the family to desire to study and pray together and for fresh ways of studying and praying together as a family.
• Pray that parents will study the Word, come to Sunday School and began to talk to their children about the Word of God every day.
• Pray that you will talk to your children about God’s Word throughout the day.
• Pray for a desire for prayer to be stirred up within all your family members.

Spiritual Health Check Up– Write responses in a journal or notebook. No one will review the answers
Prayer: Are you praying regularly? When?
When did you have a prayer answered?
Are your prayers all requests or do you spend time in praise, awe, and thanksgiving toward God?
Do you take time to be silent before God so that you can “hear” God’s voice?
Do you recognize God’s voice in your life through His Word?
Linda Fegins, The Prayer Leader, Feb 2013

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