DAY 15 – February 24th – Victory Doesn’t Happen By Accident

Scriptures: Psalm 20; Deuteronomy 28:1-2

Victory does not happen by accident.”

Victory can only happen with tenacious training, scrupulous strategy and persistent practice. We do not stumble into victory, we battle our way to victory. “You want to be a prayer warrior. Declare it and then do the necessary workpray-fight-win. We are warriors, prayer warriors—the most lethal and feared warriors in God’s army. Satan shutters when we start to pray; he flees as the name of Jesus rolls off our lips.

If you want victory to come to your life, your church, your family, your community and nation then you have to be deliberate in prayer. Prayer is a habit, not happenstance. There is no such thing as a coincidence.

Write down the answers to the following questions: What does victory look like? Where do you need to advance and from which direction? Who is your enemy and how does your enemy fight? How will you know when the battle is won—when the prayer is answered?

You have already identified 1–3 areas that need a prayer strategy; now write down your specific requests, characteristics, changes, etc. that will define what “victory” will look like in each of those areas. God may change your heart or definition of success along the way, but as you pour out the desires of your heart for the areas that need God’s triumphal touch, and write down what victory looks like so you will know when it is time to celebrate (Ps. 20). *(Kathy Branzell)

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  • Pray to God about the areas in which you struggle and in which you need to have victory.
  • Pray for women and children to be delivered from the evils of human trafficking.
  • Pray for the elderly for their protection for elderly abuse and health.
  • Pray for care givers for rest and their health as they care for others.
  • For unity among churches and that there will be an increase in participation of true corporate prayer and seek to gather together for corporate prayer as well as to open our mouths to praise and pray to the Lord in unity.
  • For a fresh passion for worship among the believers and that the walls of division created by   denominations, personal preferences and styles which do not honor God be torn down.
    • Fathers: that fathers will look to God as the ultimate spiritual head of their household, serving and caring for their families; that God will instill a vision for wholesome, supportive fatherhood among the fathers of the city. Pray that absentee fathers would change their lifestyles to nurture their wives and children. Pray that children will see the character of the heavenly Father in the lives of their dads.


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.