Prayer Agenda & Fasting Guide

Prayer Agenda

Awake And Pray!

Romans 13:11 AMPC. “Besides this you know what [a critical] hour this is, how it is high time now for you to wake up out of your sleep (rouse to reality). For salvation (final deliverance) is nearer to us now than when we first believed (adhered to, trusted in, and relied on Christ, the Messiah).”

We are covering the following  topics, while reading and declaring the scriptures given, during our time of fasting and prayer:

Our topics are:

  • Our Pastors – Hebrews 13:7

We will remember them in our prayers consistently and follow the example of their faith and patience.

We declare that the Issachar anointing is upon them- 1Chronicles 12:32

They operate in godly wisdom and understanding – Proverbs 4:7-10

Prayer In the Spirit concerning them. Romans 8:26


  • Our Governmental leaders – 1 Timothy 2:4

That we may lead a quiet and peaceful life in all godliness and honesty.

That they will be saved and come into the knowledge of the truth.

God is turning their hearts towards righteousness, justice, truth, and fairness.

They will use Wisdom and proper judgment to construct an effective strategy concerning our role in assisting the people of Ukraine.

Prayer in the spirit concerning them Romans 8:26


  • Reconciliation of the lost to Christ-

John 3:16, They will receive the love of God extended to them through the believer’s mouth. 2Corinthians 4:4- The spiritual blinders will come off their minds and they will receive the truth and come out of deception.

Prayer in the Spirit- Romans 8:26


  • The Reconciliation of God ordained relationships and partnerships. –

Amos 3:3 we will walk in harmony and agreement.

1 Peter 3:8-9 We will not render evil for evil but contrary blessings.

Matthew 6:12-14 We will forgive others as we have been forgiven.

We will desire unity and oneness- Ephesians 4:2-6


  • Our youth- discovering their identity in Christ

Genesis 1:27 creating after the image of God.

1 Peter 2:9, they are special and valued by God, Matthew 19:18-19 we bind confusion, peer pressure, negative and demonic societal influences and pressures to conform to the world.

They will hear and respond to the voice of God and be protected.

We Pray against the spirits that are behind the violence in the schools and mass shootings.

2 Samuel 22:3

Prayer in the Spirit. Romans 8:26


  • Our Confidence is in the word of God.

Psalms 27:13-14 We will remain confident to see the goodness of God.

Jeremiah 17:17- Our confidence in Him causes us to be blessed (empowered)

1 John 5:14-15 We will pray His will with confidence and authority.


  • Our Economic System- We will trust in Jehovah Jireh – Philippians 4:19

2 Timothy 1:7 we will not be in fear, but we will remain in faith.

We will remain tithers and givers and not become inconsistent. We will begin a seed sowing account to proactively position ourselves for a harvest. Malachi 3:10-12

Psalms 37:25 We will rest in His promises, act on what we believe, and continuously declare the word concerning our finances.


  • The Agape and honor in the body of Christ will display unity to the world- Ephesians 4: 2-6

Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love. Make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace. There is one body and one Spirit, just as you were called to one hope when you were called; one Lord, one faith, one baptism;  one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all.

1 Corinthians 12:27, Galatians 3:27-28,


* Marriages are whole

– There will be honor, love submission and discovery of their marriage assignment in every couple. Bind the Spirit of division. Ephesians 5:21-33


*We will honor Jesus as Lord of our lives and not only as Savior.

Luke 6:45-46, 1 Corinthians 6:20


*Partners who have fallen off from their fellowship and connection from the ministry will hear the voice of God through their shepherd and return to their set place. Hebrews 10:25, Matthew 18:12


** We will cover other topics as directed by Holy Spirit and as time permits.





I beseech you therefore; brethren, by the mercies of God, that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your reasonable service. — Romans 12:1


Biblical references to the spiritual discipline of fasting describe a practice of abstaining from food for a specified period of time.  Fasting is a time of bringing the body under the control of the Holy Spirit on a consistent basis.  Instead of receiving the physical gratification of food and various other activities, we become very aware of the substance and power of the Holy Spirit.  When we pray in this manner, it is not to get God’s attention, to impress Him, or to change Him.  Instead, our purpose is to focus our attention on Him as the only Source of all of our needs.—Elmer Towns

Fasting is one of the most powerful weapons God has given us for our daily lives.  Through fasting, you can experience spiritual renewal, supernatural healing, a release from the bondage of sin, restoration in your relationships, financial blessings, and so much more!

During this time of corporate fasting, we will take the time to empty ourselves so that God can fill us fresh and anew until we overflow with His Spirit, His presence, His power, and His anointing.  Pray that the Lord will give us fresh insight and revelation as it pertains to our lives, our families, friends, our Spirit of Faith Christian Center family, our nation and our world.

We believe that as we humble ourselves, pray, seek God’s face, and turn from any wickedness, He will hear from heaven, and will forgive our sin and heal our land.  Now, His eyes will be open and His ears will be attentive to the prayer made in this place, according to 2 Chronicles 7:14.

Benefits of Fasting

  1. Improves your ability to hear from God (Ezra 8:21)
  2. Builds you up spiritually (Matthew 4:2, 23, 24)
  3. Lifts oppression and breaks demonic powers ( Mark 9:29, Isaiah 58: 6-8)
  4. Leads you into a time of humility and repentance (Psalm 109:22-26)
  5. Causes health to spring forth speedily (Isaiah 58:8)


Corporate Fasting

Psalm 133:1-3 tells us that when we come together (corporately) in unity, there the Lord has commanded His blessing.

Corporate prayer was practiced throughout the Bible.  In Acts 13:1-3 as they ministered to the Lord and fasted corporately, the Holy Spirit gave specific directions.

In 2 Chronicles 20, Jehoshaphat, overwhelmed by an invasion, called the people to fast and pray.  This corporate prayer and fasting resulted in Judah’s victory over their enemy – without a fight!

In Ezra 8:21-23, Ezra called a time of corporate prayer and fasting to seek God’s wisdom and protection.  “Then I proclaimed a fast there, at the river of Ahava, that we might fast before our God to seek of Him a right way for us, and for our little ones, and for all our substance . . . so we fasted and besought our God for this:  and He was entreated of us.”

Types of Fasts

Normal Fast:  A fast evidenced by abstaining from solid foods, but allowing the consumption of liquids.

Before You Begin:  Pray and seek God for direction regarding the type of fast you should choose.  Ask the Lord to show you areas to target during your time of prayer and fasting.  Do you need direction, healing, restoration of marriage, peace, etc.?  Seek God’s guidance and His Word regarding these situations.

Preparing Spiritually:  Confess your sins to God.  Ask the Holy Spirit to reveal areas of weakness.  Forgive all who have offended you and ask forgiveness from those you may have offended (Mark 11:25; Luke 11:4; 17:3).  Surrender your life fully to Jesus Christ and resist the worldly desires that try to hinder you (Romans 12:1-2).

Physical Preparation/Guidelines:  Although fasting is primarily a spiritual discipline, it begins in the physical realm and requires preparation.  Physical preparation makes the change in your eating routine a little easier so you can turn your full attention to the Lord in prayer.  Begin eating smaller meals several days before you begin the 3-day portion of the fast.

Consult your physician before fasting, particularly if you are taking medications or have a chronic ailment.  Do not forget to take prescribed medications.

Some people should not fast without professional supervision.  They include:

  1. Women who are pregnant or nursing.
  2. Individuals who take insulin, or who suffer from any blood sugar condition such as hypoglycemia.
  3. Persons who have tumors, bleeding ulcers, cancer, blood diseases, heart disease, etc.

Do not attempt to be a “super faster.”  Our fasting does not impress God.

What to Expect

When you fast your body detoxifies, eliminating toxins from your system.  This can cause mild discomfort such as headaches and irritability, particularly during withdrawal from caffeine and sugars.  And naturally, you will have hunger pains.  Limit your physical activity and exercise.

In addition, participants should:

  • Be in agreement with one another, not allowing bitterness, unforgiveness, or division to hinder their prayers.
  • Pray for one another.
  • Pray as often as possible throughout the day.
  • Read and meditate on God’s Word.
  • Spend time daily in praise and worship.
  • Get away from the normal distractions as much as possible and keep their hearts and minds set on seeking God’s face.
  • Pray in faith, expecting results!
  • Remember that it is the attitude of a heart sincerely seeking Him to which God responds with a blessing (Isaiah 58, Jeremiah 14:12 and 1 Corinthians 8:8).


(Adapted from Fasting for Spiritual Breakthroughs by Elmer Towns and Jentezen Franklin Ministries – Fasting 2011)






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    Prayer Line phone number for after services which is 301- 843-9733

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