Looking for a New Year’s resolution?
Take the 40 day prayer challenge! We’ll do it as a church during Lent, but it’s also a great way to start the New Year. I wrote Draw the Circle: The 40 Day Prayer Challenge to help people cultivate a daily prayer habit.
The way you break bad habits is by establishing good habits. And one of the most significant God habits is prayer. If you want to break the sin habit you’ve got to establish a prayer habit. The goal of the 40 day prayer challenge is to cultivate a daily discipline. If you pray daily for forty days, I think there is a good possibility you’ll still be prayed on day 41, day 57, day 365. And that’s the goal of the 40 Day Prayer Challenge.
I’d encourage you to read it with someone else for accountability purposes. It’ll create prayer synergy. And Jesus said, “When two of you on earth agree about anything you ask for, it will be done for you by my Father in Heaven.” Obviously it’s got to meet the two-fold litmus test: it’s got to be in the will of God and for the glory of God. But there is power in forming a prayer circle with others who will intercede with us!
You’ll find a bulk discount at www.thecirclemaker.com. You’ll also get a free copy of The Circle Maker Prayer Journal if you order a case in January.Dec 31, 2012 | Mark Batterson