– Ask for a release of fresh anointing that their intercession & work may come forth from intimacy with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. – Ask for a release of courage, strength and encouragement [ 2 Cor. 4:1] – Ask for a greater anointing for service accompanied by signs, wonders & miracles [Rom 15:19] – Ask for laborers to be sent out to assist leaders in the work of the ministry [Matt 9:38] – Ask for a release of the Spirit of wisdom and revelation to preach clearly and with conviction [Isaiah 11:2] – Ask for a new impartation of God’s vision for the body of Christ [Hab. 2:2] – Declare a hedge of protection over all Christian workers and their families [Psalm 5:11] – Ask for a fresh baptism and the spirit of intercession to fill the hearts of leaders – Speak the blessing and favor of God over leaders – See more at: http://www.thecall.com/article/day-28-prayer-focus-leaders-body-christ#sthash.NVZgO9GS.dpuf

Meditation 5 “Woe to me!” I cried. “I am ruined! For I am a man of unclean lips, and I live among a people of unclean lips, and my eyes have seen the King, the Lord Almighty.”6 Then one of the seraphim flew to me with a live coal in his hand, which he had taken with tongs from the altar. 7 With it he touched my mouth and said, “See, this has touched your lips; your guilt is taken away and your sin atoned for.” Isaiah 6:5-7 Prayers – Ask the Holy Spirit to search hearts and reveal any areas of coarse language and hurtful words spoken that have knowingly and unknowingly wounded relationships (Isaiah 6:5-7) – Ask for a discerning heart to distinguish between good and evil (1 Kings 3:9) – Ask for an increase in the pure wisdom from above to flood hearts as we seek to walk in peace and harmony in all relationships (James 3:17-18) – Ask for increased sensitivity to mature in the fruit of the Spirit in our relationships (Gal. 5:22-23) – Declare that the fruit of the Spirit will blossom, ripen and mature in the body of Christ. – Ask for an increase in grace and boldness to address and confront any fractures in personal and corporate relationships (James 1:19-20) – Declare the blessing of the peacemakers as we begin to step out to pursue reconciliation (Matt. 5:9) – See more at: http://www.thecall.com/article/day-36-prayer-focus-repentance-hurtful-words#sthash.sa96EpBp.dpuf

Focus for Prayers Today – Ask for a release of fresh anointing that their intercession & work may come forth from intimacy with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. – Ask for a release of courage, strength and encouragement [ 2 Cor. 4:1] – Ask for a greater anointing for service accompanied by signs, wonders & miracles [Rom 15:19] – Ask for laborers to be sent out to assist leaders in the work of the ministry [Matt 9:38] – Ask for a release of the Spirit of wisdom and revelation to preach clearly and with conviction [Isaiah 11:2] – Ask for a new impartation of God’s vision for the body of Christ [Hab. 2:2] – Declare a hedge of protection over all Christian workers and their families [Psalm 5:11] – Ask for a fresh baptism and the spirit of intercession to fill the hearts of leaders Speak the blessing and favor of God over leaders – See more at: http://www.thecall.com/article/day-28-prayer-focus-leaders-body-christ#sthash.Zy6mkm3x.dpuf

by TheCall Staff Meditation You shall have the fiftieth year as a jubilee (Leviticus 25:11) – Ask the Holy Spirit for a deeper revelation of the season of jubilee and its application for your life and the body of Christ (Isaiah 61) – Proclaim the release and increase of hope in your life and your family (Matt 4:4) – Ask for an increase of faith to pursue the jubilee blessing of restoration of equality, the true redeemed value of things in your life as given by the Father through the sacrifice of the Son (Rom 8:19) – Ask for a release of blessing in financial prosperity and a breaking of the poverty mindset in your life and family (Lev.25:18-22) – Declare you are entered into a season of rest, where all striving ceases and every endeavor is pursued through the lens of peace (Lev. 25:11) – Ask for an increase of grace to ‘release your slaves’–those you may hold a grievance against in your heart, that you may release them in a spirit of forgiveness (Jeremiah 34:8-10) – Declare a season of liberation over your life, your family and the body of Christ in the earth. Liberation to love, liberation from shame, liberation to believe, liberation from debt, liberation from apathy, division or despair. (Isaiah 61:1-3) – See more at: http://www.thecall.com/article/day-51-prayer-focus-jubilee-church#sthash.A4v9q0ky.dpuf

by TheCall Staff Meditation “ And one of the scribes came up and heard them disputing with one another, and seeing that he answered them well, asked him, “Which commandment is the most important of all?” Jesus answered, “The most important is, ‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.” (Mark 12: 29-31) Prayer Points ● Ask for the Holy Spirit’s breaking in with power and might into global issues of unresolved animosity and bitterness that have festered for generations eg. Native Americans, host people of North America, have been severely wounded by government, the Church and society. (Matt 18:21-35) ● Ask for public illumination of corporate injustices leading to acknowledgment, honest confession that will lead to healing of injuries, release of offenses, reversal of old hatreds and reconciliation (Matt 5:21-24) ● Ask that the Lord would raise up special messengers and agents of corporate healing with the anointing and blessing of the peacemakers, those who will sacrificially step into the gap, break the impasse and facilitate worldwide reconciliation for corporate sins and injustices (Matt 5:9) ● Ask for an awakening among global spiritual leaders toward denominational and cultural reconciliation that opens the floodgates of revival and brings healing to the nations (2 Tim 2: 24) ● Pray for a softening of hearts toward open acknowledgement of sin, changing attitudes and performing just actions (Matt 7:1-5) ● Ask for divine orchestration of events in the coming days where any offended subcultures in society have an opportunity to express regret and/or extend …

by Dean Briggs, National Mobilization Director, TheCall Meditation: “He brought me up out of the pit of destruction” (Psa. 40:2) Reflection: We fast for both personal and national renewal. We fast for breakthrough and intimate communion. We fast because there is a pit of literal destruction from which only God can deliver. The good news? Not only does God listen to our prayer, He acts upon it. He is a devoted Father, a faithful Shepherd, a jealous Lover, a powerful King, a righteous Judge, a powerful Savior. As covenant people, we tend to great forgetfulness. Of course, we always need Him, but oh, how short our memories! Good times so easily make us self-sufficient and complacent, until circumstances shift once again and our back is against the wall. Then we remember. When the lions and bears of circumstance roar, when satanic assaults threaten to destroy us, we cry out and turn again in trust and dependence. Now, God could easily scold our inconsistency. He could show us how behind we are on His scorecard. Instead, when we cry out, He faithfully rises to answer and defend His covenant of love. Isaiah cried out, “Oh that You would rend the heavens! That You would come down!” (64:1, NKJV) During our fast, this is our cry: invade, oh King! Come down and visit our land! We must see how Isaiah’s cry connects to David’s plea in Psalm 40. The two best words in today’s verse are Up and Out. He comes down that He might bring us up and out of the pit! This has always been the nature of God. He comes down, so that we can be raised. He came down to Adam’s fallen race to prophesy the salvation that would be raised up through Eve. He came down to …

by TheCall Staff Meditation “ And one of the scribes came up and heard them disputing with one another, and seeing that he answered them well, asked him, “Which commandment is the most important of all?” Jesus answered, “The most important is, ‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.” (Mark 12: 29-31) Prayer Points ● Ask for the Holy Spirit’s breaking in with power and might into global issues of unresolved animosity and bitterness that have festered for generations eg. Native Americans, host people of North America, have been severely wounded by government, the Church and society. (Matt 18:21-35) ● Ask for public illumination of corporate injustices leading to acknowledgment, honest confession that will lead to healing of injuries, release of offenses, reversal of old hatreds and reconciliation (Matt 5:21-24) ● Ask that the Lord would raise up special messengers and agents of corporate healing with the anointing and blessing of the peacemakers, those who will sacrificially step into the gap, break the impasse and facilitate worldwide reconciliation for corporate sins and injustices (Matt 5:9) ● Ask for an awakening among global spiritual leaders toward denominational and cultural reconciliation that opens the floodgates of revival and brings healing to the nations (2 Tim 2: 24) ● Pray for a softening of hearts toward open acknowledgement of sin, changing attitudes and performing just actions (Matt 7:1-5) ● Ask for divine orchestration of events in the coming days where any offended subcultures in society have an opportunity to express regret and/or extend …

by Amy Ward, YWAM Fire & Fragrance/Circuit Riders Meditation Jeremiah 29:12-13 Then you will call on me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you. You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart. Reflection In Alaska we are in a season of calling on the Lord and praying for the Lord to move, for laborers to be sent, for souls to be saved, body’s to be healed, the saints revived,the body of Christ unified, and for His glory to increase. What we know is that when we call on Him and pray to Him, He will LISTEN! We have the ear of the Lord. In these 40 days I believe we have His ear, we have His attention in a increased way because we have set aside the beginning of this year in such a focused way. We are SEEKING Him and again we have a promise that we will FIND HIM! In verse 13 its says we will find Him when we seek Him with all of our hearts. When we see that word HEART its a full word. It actually means much more then just a place of emotion or a part of us, its means our mind, will, emotions, intellect, our understanding, with courage, passion, and desire. To me that means my entire being. When we set our face toward Jesus and we give ourselves fully to seeking Him, holding nothing back, we will surely find Him. When we find Him we find encounter and with encounter comes change, we find breakthrough, we find love, we find healing, we find salvation and we find the Kingdom! How much more will FIND HIM when we do this as a unified body during these 40 days of prayer …

We Will Seek Him With You By Evelyn Donelson Meditation Song of Songs 6:1 (NKJV) “(The Daughters of Jerusalem) Where Has your Beloved gone, O fairest among women?  Where has your Beloved turned aside, that we may seek Him with you.” Reflection This is what I consider to be one of the most powerful examples of evangelism in the bible.  Those around the Bride in the Song of Songs story have been watching her.  They have seen how she responded when treated wrongfully and taken advantage of.  They have seen how she did not become bitter or jaded in her pursuit of her Lover.  They asked the question “Why?”, wondering if He is worth it.  She responded with an irresistible description of her glorious Bridegroom-King, Jesus, in Song 5:10-16.  Now they want to run after Him as well.  We see this principle in the New Testament as well: 1 Corinthians 11:1 (KJV) “Be ye followers of me, even as I also am of Christ.” 1 Corinthians 4:16 (NKJV) “Therefore I urge you, imitate me.” Keeping our eyes on the prize, Jesus, and not on the difficulties before us, or the people who disappoint us, helps keep our hearts in the right place.  Holy Spirit is in us to keep the fiery passion for the Son of God alive and well.  We become a “city on a hill,” a light that shines in the darkness, and a beacon of hope for those lost in brokenness, when we let our passion for Jesus override the temptation to become angry and bitter.  Question: Are you salt, making others thirsty for what you have? Matthew Henry, in his notes on Song 6:1 shares some beautiful insights: “The spouse had described Him, and shown them His excellencies and perfections; and therefore, though they have not …

by Dean Briggs, National Mobilization Director, TheCall Meditation: “Who will bring any charge against those whom God has chosen? It is God who justifies. Who is he that condemns? Christ Jesus is the one who died—more than that, who was raised—who is AT THE RIGHT HAND of God, who indeed is interceding for us” (Rom. 8:33-34) Reflection: For thousands of years (as we saw yesterday), Satan was apparently permitted, in limited fashion, to present himself before God with a laundry list of legitimate claims against humanity. Zechariah 3 gives an important additional detail, when he approaches God’s right hand to accuse Joshua, the high priest. We see this position also described in Psalm 109:6, “Let an accuser stand at his right hand.” The prosecuting attorney of the king’s court approached the king’s right hand. And where did he approach with his damning claims? The right hand. God responds by executing the most brilliant ransom plan in history. He incarnates Himself, the Son of God, as a human fully subject to the condemnations of the Law while remaining uncondemned Himself through HIs own perfect innocence and obedience. Thus qualified to accuse imperfect, fallen man, Jesus chose instead to heal, forgive, reconcile and “unite all things in Him” (Eph. 1:10). Not only that, He dies for the right to return to His Father’s side — the right hand (Eph. 1:18-20, 2:6, Col. 3:1-3, Heb. 10:12-13) — there to forever occupy a position of unqualified mercy and grace, through which accusation is no longer permitted. This is the strength of our king. The Son is the strength of His Father. Jesus made it plain, “No one comes to the Father except through me” (John 14:6). This is not only a statement of invitation to the lost, it is a declaration of the impenetrable …