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Prayer Prompts - Week 12 (8/26-9/1)

Faithful prayer walkers, we hope this summer of prayer walking has been an encouragement to you. In this final week, we pray that God will be made famous in our community and that you may be inspired to continue to prayer walk in the future as the Lord leads.

This week's theme: Pray to see God at work (Psalm 145:11)

  • Day 1: Pray for a deeper hunger and thirst for God’s Word (1 Peter 2:2)

  • Day 2: Pray for stories of faith and encouragement (Revelation 12:11)

  • Day 3: Pray for God’s glory to be seen (Psalm 63:2)

Prayer Prompts - Week 11 (8/19-8/25)

As you faithfully walk and pray, remember that God’s Word is powerful and effective. In great anticipation of His mighty power, let’s pray specifically for His blessings on our community.

This week's theme: Pray blessing on our community (Isaiah 55:10-11)

  • Day 1: Pray for our schools (Proverbs 1:2-5)

  • Day 2: Pray for businesses (Proverbs 11:11)

  • Day 3: Pray for those who serve us (Jeremiah 29:7)

Prayer Prompts - Week 10 (8/12-8/18)

As you walk and pray in the Spirit, consider adding an even larger perspective to your prayers.

This week's theme: Pray for lives on mission and for much fruit (John 15:16)

  • Day 1: Pray that locally He will raise up evangelists (Luke 10:2)

  • Day 2: Pray that Jesus will be known throughout the nation (Phil. 2:10)

  • Day 3: Pray for global outreach – that we’d obey the Great Commission (Matt. 28:19-20)

Prayer Prompts - Week 9 (8/5-8/11)

As you continue to prayer walk, we are asking that the Lord would make you especially sensitive to spiritual strongholds that hold people captive. Pray for victory through the Lord!

This week's theme: Pray for spiritual strongholds to be broken – bind the "strong man" (Matthew 12:28-30)

  • Day 1: Pray for freedom from addictions (Galatians 5:1)

  • Day 2: Pray God will expose and deliver from evil (2 Timothy 4:17-18)

  • Day 3: Pray He will rescue people from the kingdom of darkness (Colossians 1:13)

Prayer Prompts - Week 8 (7/29-8/4)

We will soon be starting our third month of prayer walking! We hope this has blessed you in unexpected ways. This week, in addition to praying as the Spirit leads, pray for God’s powerful blessings:

This week's theme: Pray blessing on households (Isaiah 44:3)

  • Day 1: Pray He will bless our marriages and families (Ephesians 5:21)

  • Day 2: Pray for our neighborhoods (Acts 17:26)

  • Day 3: Pray for a legacy of faithfulness (Genesis 12:3)

Prayer Prompts - Week 7 (7/22-7/28)

When it is especially hot, and you don’t feel like prayer walking, you can always prayer-drive! Maybe this week the Spirit will lead you to expand your prayer focus:

This week's theme: Pray for repentance on behalf of the city (Nehemiah 1:5-7)

  • Day 1: Pray God will purify us (James 4:8)

  • Day 2: Pray for His forgiveness (Matthew 6:15)

  • Day 3: Pray for reconciliation in relationships (Matthew 5:23-24)

Let's Map Our Prayer Walking!

So grateful for all you faithful prayer walkers! To encourage and support you, we've posted area maps here at the church building, in the alcove next to the restrooms. Could you show where you've been prayer walking? Just mark the route you've walked on the appropriate map using one of the colored pens next to the maps. Whether you've prayer walked an area once or multiple times, only mark it one time on the map. If someone else has already marked that route, use a different color pen so we know that the area has been prayed for by more than one person/group. Excited to see how much of Lincoln County we are touching with prayer!

Prayer Prompts - Week 6 (7/15-7/21)

While it is important to pray for individual unbelievers, don’t forget to also lift up the leaders who can impact our city so strongly. As you are led by the Spirit in prayer, also consider this focus:

This week's theme: Pray for leaders and those in authority over us (1 Tim. 2:1-4)

  • Day 1: Pray for wisdom (James 1:5)

  • Day 2: Pray with respect (1 Thessalonians 5:12-13)

  • Day 3: Pray for safety and courage (Joshua 1:9)

Prayer Prompts - Week 5 (7/8-7/14)

As you walk through your neighborhoods, may the Spirit lead your praying to specifically pray for unbelievers.

This week's theme: Claim them in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ (Acts 4:10)

  • Day 1: Pray He will open doors to tell people about Jesus (Luke 10:5-9)

  • Day 2: Pray for open eyes, hearts, and minds (2 Corinthians 4:3-6)

  • Day 3: Pray for people to be transformed by the gospel (Romans 12:2)

Prayer Prompts - Week 4 (7/1-7/7)

You are already in the second month of prayer walking! We’re praying you will continue strong and not be discouraged by the enemy. As you pray as the Spirit leads, also consider praying for protection:

This week's theme: Pray for a hedge of protection from the enemy (Job 1:10)

  • Day 1: Pray that God will strengthen and mature us (1 Peter 5:8-10)

  • Day 2: Pray that the Lord will destroy the schemes of the devil (2 Corinthians 10:3-5)

  • Day 3: Pray that He will dispel darkness (1 Peter 2:9)

Prayer Prompts - Week 3 (6/24-6/30)

Isn't it such an encouragement to think of people prayer walking all over our community? This week, in addition to praying as the Spirit leads, consider your brothers and sisters in Christ:

This week's theme: Pray for the Body of Christ (James 5:16)

  • Day 1: Pray for unity and love for each other (Ephesians 4:1-3)

  • Day 2: Pray for revival – Stir us to prayer and boldness to speak the name of Jesus (Ephesians 6:18-19)

  • Day 3:Pray for North Platte Berean and other churches to put on the whole armor of God (Ephesians 6:13-17)

Prayer Prompts - Week 2 (6/17-6/23)

We hope you are off to a great start in your prayer walking as you call out to God for our city and its people. This week, in addition to praying as the Spirit leads, consider this prayer focus:

This week's theme: Pray for surrender and submission (James 4:6-7)

  • Day 1: Pray that God's will be done (Matthew 26:41-42)

  • Day 2: Pray in humility (James 4:10)

  • Day 3: Pray with personal repentance and confession of sin (2 Corinthians 7:9-10)