Welcome back to 21 Days of Breakthrough Prayer! This simple series will provide you with Scriptures to pray into for 21 days, asking the Lord for your breakthrough. Today, we are praying for a thousandfold increase.
A couple of notes before we begin:
This is a very simple series; I am not expounding on each Scripture very much, except through a bullet-point list to share some prayer pointers. I also am not writing out sample prayers, as I believe the Lord wants you to exercise your prayer muscles and make these Scriptures your own vocabulary for prayer.
But, even though it’s a simple series, I believe it’s a POWERFUL one … and I want to hear your testimonies as the Lord answers your prayers, okay?
Without further ado, here’s Day 8 of 21 Days of Breakthrough Prayer:
The Scripture verse of the day is Deuteronomy 1:11, which says:
May the Lord God of your fathers make you a thousand times more numerous than you are, and bless you as He has promised you!” (Deuteronomy 1:11 NKJV).
Pray along these points:
- Thank Father God for how far He has already brought you.
- Thank Him for bringing you through the land of your [proverbial] enemies, for your enemies stood between you and the Promised Land–and now you are that much closer to crossing over into the Promised Land.
- Thank Him for being with you and going with you every step of the way.
- Remind Him carefully, one by one, of each of the promises He has promised you. Don’t leave any promises out!
- Remind Him of where in His Word He promised you each of those things.
- Tell Father God ‘thank You’ for all these things, and ask Him now to do each of the things He has promised you NOW.
- Ask Him to pull good things that were originally intended for your future into your present–your “NOW.”
- Ask Him to give you a thousandfold increase of every good thing He has already done for you.
- Ask Him to help you notice His answers to your prayers!
- Then thank Him for your thousandfold increase!
- Thank Him for blessing you as He has promised you!
That’s our breakthrough prayer for day 8!
Remember to use the verse itself as your vocabulary for prayer. Doing so will not only help you pray the most effective prayers it’s possible to pray, but it will also help you hide God’s Word in your heart, that you might not sin against Him (Psalm 119:11).
Did you pray this Scripture with me today? Or, do you have a testimony to share about how God has answered this prayer? If so, please leave a comment below! I’d love to hear what Papa is saying to you!