Beloved, God spoke to me and said, ‘Lead My people into Prayer now…’
As a result, I am sounding the trumpet to call you to this time of prayer and fasting. Fastees will only have one meal per day (at you time of choice: morning – 6:00 a.m., noon – 12:00 p.m. or evening – 6:00 p.m.) for 21 days. You may have a glass or 2 of water if you so please at the time of your fast, but you can only have one meal-time every day – which should have a window period of 4 hours at the most before you return to the fast.
I will provide you with the prayer points and bible readings for each day, besides your personal prayer items for the entire season on this Wednesday on the group page. This is an exciting time for you to take complete victory over the enemy and also to birth uncommon breakthroughs in your life and the lives of those god has set around you. Do not miss what god has for you.
Remember, to get what you have never gotten before, you must be ready to do what you have never done before.
This is a very special time in the Kingdom of God. 3 feasts in Israel will be taking place within the timing of this fast (Yom Teruah – the beginning of the civil new year; Yom Kippur – the day of atonement, which is the most holy day in Israel; and Sukkot – the feast of tabernacles). Besides, the date of jubilee in Israel (completion of 7 Sabbaths of 7 years will be also be taking place at this time). All these are special times of divine visitation, either for blessing, or for the curse. I will speak about them in detail later. For now, you simply cannot miss to be in prayer at this time!
Invite your friends and start with us on this Thursday (10th). Also ask to join the Facebook Group ‘My 2015 must shine’. for regular updates and encouragement throughout the fast. Anything that has not manifested in your life until now has to manifest in the course of the prayer season during or immediately after this month.
Come on, turn that plate upside down; it is time to seek The Lord!
“blow the trumpet on Mount Zion; give orders for a fast and call an assembly! Gather the people together; prepare them for a sacred meeting; bring the old people; gather the children and the babies too. Even newly married couples must leave their homes and come. The priests, serving the lord between the altar and the entrance of the temple, must weep and pray: “have pity on your people, lord. Do not let other nations despise us and mock us by saying, ‘where is your God?’” Joel 2:15-17.
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~ Apostle Paul A Williams