Are you ready?
A couple of reminders:
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?
And now, for Day 21 of 21 Days of Breakthrough Prayer:
Our Scripture for Day 21 is Psalm 72:18-19, which says:
Blessed be the Lord God, the God of Israel, who only does wondrous things! And blessed be His glorious name forever! And let the whole earth be filled with His glory. Amen and Amen. (Psalm 72:18-19).
Take today to praise and thank Father God for everything He has done and everything He is going to do.
Pray along these points:
- Tell Father God that you stand in awe of Him.
- Thank Him for the amazing things He has done for you in your life.
- Bless His name out loud. Tell Him, “Father, I bless you. Blessed be Your name! I bless You, Lord God Almighty!”
- Point out to Him that He ONLY does WONDROUS things. “Wondrous” is all He has in His hand.
- Ask Him to do amazing, wondrous things for you TODAY.
- Thank Him for the amazing, wondrous things He has done for you in the last 21 days AND in your life so far.
- Thank Him for the wondrous plans He has for you.
- Ask Him to glorify His own name in you.
- Ask Him to have all the glory in your life.
- Ask Him to use you to make His name famous across the whole earth.
- Ask Him to let the earth be filled with His glory.
- Ask Him to give you His eternal perspective, and show you how you can be a part of His plan to glorify Jesus across the whole earth.
- Thank Him allowing you to be part of what He is doing.
That’s our breakthrough prayer for day 21!
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 the Lord is saying to you!