DAY 32– March 12th – Kick Satan Out of Your Thoughts: Jesus Defeated Him


Scriptures:     2 Corinthians 10:3–5; Matthew 11:15

During Elizabeth’s fierce stand against Satan as she throws him out of her life, marriage, and home, she promptly fills the space where Satan’s schemes and lies had filled her mind with truth from God’s Word. “My joy does not come from my friends . . . my job, or even my husband,” She declares. “My joy is found in Jesus!” Then she reminds the devil—“in case he had forgotten”—that Jesus has defeated him!*

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It is vital to kick Satan and his wrong thinking out of our thoughts, but we must replace that space with Truth. Take every thought captive! Write down scriptural truth in the areas that Satan had you believing lies (2 Corinthians 10:3–5).* (Kathy Branzell)


  • Pray for an increase in your desire to consistently pray for others.
  • Pray for an increase in your ability to see the good in others, for a deep sense of care for the well being of others and for confidence that your prayers will make a difference in their lives.
  • Thank the Holy Spirit for His ability and willingness to purify our prayers and to help us when we don’t know how to pray very well (Romans 8:26).
  • Pray for Pastor Littlejohn and Sister Cheryl.
  • Pray for Governor Snyder, Mayor Duggan and the City Council.

Lina Fegins, The Prayer Leader

DAY 33 – March 13th – Devil Got His Butt Kicked: Shout Victory


Scriptures: Psalm 9:1-2; James 5:17-18 Read the full story of Elijah’s prayer victory in 1 Kings 17-18

Miss Clara has a big celebration in her kitchen, shouting, “Ooooh, devil, you just got your butt kicked!”

Go ahead and smile. I am sure Jesus did! Many times we forget to have a good celebration of joy and thankfulness over our answered prayers. Sadly, we may even give the answer a passing glance as we start a new list of requests.*

Write down some past answered prayers: victories, needs met, problems solved, things you asked protection from that never even got to make an appearance in your life. Now, celebrate these answers, these gifts, blessings, and victories! Shout, dance, fist pump, twirl, jump up and down—make a big deal out of your appreciation in response to God’s answers and affection (Psalm 9:1–2).*(Kathy Branzell)

Linda Fegins, The Prayer Leader, 3/11/2016War-Room-large



  • Praise God for the power that makes powerful praying possible.
  • Thank God that he hears and answers the prayers of ordinary persons and makes it possible for us to pray powerfully.
  • Ask God to reveal to you what he wants you to pray about and to help you pray earnestly and persistently.
  • Pray that God will cause his church to grow strong in prayer and be effective in ministry.
  • Tell God that you are available to pray earnestly and persistently about anything that He places on your heart and that you will listen for His direction. Now listen for God’s directions.

Linda Fegins, The Prayer Leader, 3/12/2016