Revival Praying at Noon February 20, 2024

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And now for a little space grace hath been shewed from the Lord our God, to leave us a remnant to escape, and to give us a nail in his holy place, that our God may lighten our eyes, and give us a little reviving in our bondage. For we were bondmen; yet our God hath not forsaken us in our bondage, but hath extended mercy unto us in the sight of the kings of Persia, to give us a reviving, to set up the house of our God, and to repair the desolations thereof, and to give us a wall in Judah and in Jerusalem” (Ezra 9:8-9).

Several years ago, as I was preparing for a special prayer meeting, God led me to Ezra 9. It was the first time I remember seeing how Ezra’s prayer for spiritual awakening serves as a beautiful model for our revival prayers. As I began to share the truth with others, the Lord definitely led us to put the study of that Scripture into print.
That first book, Revival Praying, is in its fifth printing and has over 11,000 hardback copies and nearly 6,000 digital copies in circulation. It has been translated into Hindi and Spanish and is being used in different parts of our world. Additionally, a companion study guide and teacher resources are being utilized by churches and Bible study groups to bring believers together to learn the open secrets of true revival praying.
It is increasingly obvious to me that there is a remnant of people in many places who are hungry to see God work in our generation. For this reason, we have decided to host a special online prayer gathering for those who would like to join us in seeking God’s face.
R.A. Torrey attributed much of their evangelistic success to the “prayer circles” conducted by groups of believers around the world – especially in Australia. The result of these prayer meetings was the reviving of believers and the salvation of souls. The Lord may use you to begin a Revival Prayer group where you are. “More is accomplished through prayer than this world ever dreams of.”

On Tuesday, February 27, we will have our first “Revival Praying at Noon.” Would you consider giving your lunch hour to God on that day?

  • Our prayer gathering may be joined via Zoom link. You will need to download Zoom on your computer or mobile device for the easiest access. You may join with audio or video. All participants will be muted unless asked to lead in prayer; however, the chat feature will be open to allow individuals to communicate prayer requests. The prayer meeting will also be recorded and uploaded to our YouTube channel.
  • The prayer meeting is for men and women, young and old.
  • You may choose to join us by yourself or to gather a group of family members, friends, or church members in one location together.
  • We will begin promptly at noon Eastern time and conclude at 1 pm.
  • The prayer meeting will begin with a brief challenge from Ezra 9. We would encourage you to read the chapter in advance to prepare your heart.
  • Some individuals may be able to lead in prayer, but all of us can pray. We would ask anyone who leads us in prayer to pray a brief prayer so that others will also have an opportunity to participate.
  • This hour of prayer will follow the pattern of Ezra’s prayer: CONFESSION, PETITION, INTERCESSION. We look forward to concentrating our prayers on specific things as the Lord leads us.

One of the greatest revivals in history began with a group of people gathering to pray at the noon hour. Please help us pray that God will set much in motion for eternity through this time of prayer. It is my hope that you will plan to join us for Revival Praying at Noon next Tuesday.

Be sure you are on our mailing list for a text reminder before the meeting starts.

*Feel free to share this graphic and information with your prayer partners/groups.

Meeting: Revival Praying at Noon
Time: Feb 27, 2024, 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 880 0021 4799
Passcode: prayatnoon

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