Del Tackett

by Del Tackett


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Pray, Remnant, Tuesdays Noon Eastern, for Revival

It is past time for those who call upon the Lord, to call upon the Lord.

If the Lord prompts you, let’s take a few minutes to begin to pray together, on Tuesdays at noon, eastern, for revival in our land.

Pray for personal revival and repentance:

Confession of our sin of selfishness, all about me, all about my script; pride and control; complaining and whining; faithlessness and hopelessness; sins that entangle my life; sins that build barriers between me and others; apathy; laziness and procrastination; wasting time; busyness and chasing after worthless activities; addictions; lack of joy and love and peace and patience; coolness in my hunger for God.

Pray for a revival of my heart and soul and mind; for the Spirit of God to breathe upon me.

Pray for national revival and repentance:

Confession of our corporate sin of the slaughter of millions of babies and the casual selling of their severed bodies; for the sin of sexual immorality—in our laws, in our arts and media, movies and music; for the sin of theft and murder and lawless crime ravaging our streets and cities; for the sin of lust for drugs, for sex, for money, for power; for the sin of rebellion and tyranny in government; for our nation rejecting God.

Pray for revival in our marriages, in our families, in our neighborhoods, in our businesses, in our pulpits and congregations, in our governors, in our state and federal governments.

May the Lord be gracious and merciful to us and turn the heart of our nation back to Him.

Pray for the unity and revival of the Remnant:

Pray that God would breathe on our dry bones; that He would pull us together; that we would stand in the face of persecution; that we would be blameless before God and man; that we would encourage each other, pray for one another, love each other as Jesus prayed we would and that the world would know Him to be the Son of God because of our oneness in Christ; that we would be the light and salt we were meant to be; that God would raise us up for such a time as this.

All for His Glory. Soli Deo Gloria!

 

 

 

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