We celebrate New Year's Day every year, but why not make the day something special? Rather than just celebrating the turn of a calendar page, let’s make the day meaningful by seeking a fresh touch from the Lord!
Urge your church to become a part of, ’Days of Fire.’ It’s a Christ-centered way to start out the new year.
The first day is New Year’s worship and prayer, including prayer to rededicate your life and your church to the Lord and His purposes. The service is followed by a fellowship meal to unify the people behind the vision for the fast.
The next step is a 21-day Daniel Fast until January 22nd.
A Daniel fast is patterned after Daniel’s fast in Daniel chapter one. Generally it consists of eating fresh fruit and vegetables, whole grains, and dairy products, maybe eggs. While it’s not a rigid fast, to be genuine, you shouldn’t eat meat (including fish), junk/snack food, nor sweets (candy, desserts, donuts, etc.).
Each week has a specific focus:
The first seven days of the Daniel Fast are to seek His mercy.
The next seven days are to discern His direction.
The last seven days of the Daniel Fast are to receive His anointing for His work.
It’s recommended that you have at least one prayer meeting during each week of the 21-day fast. Share what the Lord has shown you during the time.
If the Lord leads, join in the nightly 'Five to Revive Revival Prayer Time.' It's at least five minutes of revival prayer every evening at 9 pm ET, 8 pm CT, etc.
If ever there was a time in our nation’s history when we need to seek the Lord it’s now! Let us join together to seek the Lord’s heart for our church, for our nation, and for our own walk with the Lord.