RCCG Fasting And Prayer Points

RCCG 2021 Fasting And Prayer Points Guide 14th January 2021 Day 4

RCCG 2021 Fasting And Prayer Points Guide for 14th January 2021 Day 4, RCCG 2021 Fasting And Prayer Points Guide 14th January 2021 Day 4

RCCG 2021 Fasting And Prayer Points Guide for 14th January 2021 Day 4

DAY 4. RCCG NATIONAL PRAYER AND FASTING 2021
STREAM 1(1st 21 Days)
THURSDAY 14TH JANUARY 2021

PREAMBLE: We give glory to God for another season of fellowship with the almighty God through the RCCG 2021 National Prayer and Fasting. The Lord has always demonstrated his love towards his church through the evidences of great and mighty testimonies received a year in year out. This new season of flying in restoration will usher in greater testimonies than has ever been recorded in Jesus’ name.

The first round of this year’s fast has been dedicated to Thanksgiving as directed by Holy Spirit through our father in the Lord Pastor E.A. Adeboye.

DAY 4: THURSDAY 14TH JANUARY 2021 – PRAYER POINTS

  1. Let us give thanks to God Almighty for His goodness, faithfulness, and truth that endures through all generations in Jesus’ name.
  2. Let us give thanks and praise to the Lord for he is a great God and the rock of our salvation in Jesus’ name.

DAY 4 PRAYER POINTS
1. Continue to worship and praise God; the creator of heavens and earth and for Who
He is; Who he was, and for what He will forever be.

2. Reflect on His greatness and worship in songs of worship in any known language or dialect.

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3. Psalm 5:7. But as for me, I will come into thy house in the multitude of thy mercy: and in thy fear will I worship toward thy holy temple.

4. Bless the Lord O my soul and all that is within me. Bless His Holy name.
Psa 103: 1

5. Father; You are worthy of our praise. I give you all the glory due to your name
6. Thank you because of your mercies and love towards me and my family in Jesus name Ps 138:1-2

7. Let us bless the name of the Lord. Truly; it has been of the LORD’S mercies that we were not consumed, because his compassions has not failed us. Lam 3:22

8. Thank you, Lord, for the salvation of my soul. Thank you, father, for the miracle
of sleeping and waking every day. Psa 35:23

9. Thank you, Lord, for I am wonderfully and fearfully made. Psa 139:14

10. Thank you for giving me overflowing blessing and anointing my head with oil Ps 23:5

11. Thank you, Lord, for how great you are, we will proclaim and tell of the wonderful things you have done in the name of Jesus Psa 75:1

12. Thank you for your glory and might power that cannot be surmounted in the name of Jesus 1Chro 16:28

13. Let us praise God for his glorious grace, for the free gift He gives us in his dear son Jesus Christ Eph 1:6

14. Lord God, we thank you for your salvation, we will sing to you and proclaim your loving kindness day after day in the name of Jesus 1Chro 6:23

15. Thank you, Lord, for making all the members of my family for your signs and
wonders. Isa 8:18

16. Father, I thank you for keeping every member of my family alive through the
turbulent of the past year in Jesus name. Eccl 9:4

17. Father I thank you for divine protection, connection and provision, in Jesus name. Gen 47:12

18. Father I thank you for divine visitation, healing in Jesus name. Job 10:12

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RCCG 2021 Fasting And Prayer Points Guide for 14th January 2021 Day 4

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You can read Open Heaven 14th January 2021 Thursday Devotional – MCY: Past Glories

TOPIC: MCY: PAST GLORIES

MEMORISE: “Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended: but this one thing do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before.” – Philippians 3:13

READ: Philippians 3:11-16 (KJV)
11. If by any means I might attain unto the resurrection of the dead.

12. Not as though I had already attained, either were already perfect; but I follow after, if that I may apprehend that for which also I am apprehended of Christ Jesus.

13. Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended; but this one thing I do, forgetting those things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before,

14. I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.

15. Let us therefore, as many as be perfect, be thus minded; and if in any thing ye be otherwise minded, God shall reveal even this unto you.

16. Nevertheless, whereto we have already attained, let us walk by the same rule, let us mind the same thing.

MESSAGE: OPEN HEAVEN 14TH JANUARY 2021 THURSDAY DEVOTIONAL
We have been examining the “Mathematics of Christ in You” (MCY) since January 11 and the ‘PG’ in the equation for Resistance stands for Past Glories. Sometimes, people allow the beauty of the “good old days” to hinder Christ from working mightily through them today. Some are so stuck in the past that they are unable to move on from there.

As we see from today’s memory verse, the Lord expects us to keep moving forward. It doesn’t matter how glorious the past was, let it go! Luke 17:32 says “Remember Lot’s wife”. It is a very brief sentence but one loaded with deep meanings. Lot’s wife looked back simply because she was undecided about her past. Christ cannot operate in the lives of many people today for the same reason: they keep on looking back.

Occasionally, some ‘believers’ see the advert of a beer brand and say “Hmm, thank God for salvation”. What does that mean? An urge to drink? When some believers are offended, they say “If not that I have given my life to Christ, I would have shown you that I am a tiger.” Oh, so you are having thoughts of fighting with the fellow? Are you really sure that your life has been given to Christ? If you keep looking at the past, you might end up going back.

In Luke 9:62, Jesus Christ said clearly:
…No man, having put his hand to the plough, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God. When you study the armour of God as listed in Ephesians 6:13-17, you will see that there is no protection for the back. This is simply because you must not look back. The moment you turn around, you have given the enemy a very clear chance to destroy you.

True soldiers of Christ, those who God will dwell in and do exploits through do not look back. They forget the things that are behind and press on for more. They spend time studying the word of God and live by it. They pray for long hours and are committed to spreading the gospel. They don’t go round boasting about what they achieved yesterday, instead they are always talking about how much more they want to do for God.

Determine to do more for God from today.

KEY POINT: Forget the past, press forward for more of God.

BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: Genesis 25-27

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