Sunday, February 16, 2020 “Three Ways to Warm Cold Hearts”

2 Kings 4:34 34 And he went up and lay on the child, and put his mouth on his mouth, his eyes on his eyes, and his hands on his hands; and he stretched himself out on the child, and the flesh of the child became warm.

Good evening and welcome to the Sunday Night Edition of “We are the People” Prayer for America. Every Sunday we bring together the hearts of intercessors that choose to invest a minimum of 15 minutes in prayers of agreement between the hours of 6:00p.m. and 9:00p.m. using the three focus points listed below as a guide. May God bless you for your concern for America’s future expressed in prayer tonight. We encourage you to join us in prayer daily and invite others to join us.

The three prayer focus tonight speaks of God’s way to warm cold hearts and raise lifeless souls to life once again. There are so many in America who once fervently served the Lord but their hearts have become cold.

Prayer Focus #1 The Prophet gave the boy spiritual “mouth to mouth” resuscitation. God breathed into Adam’s lungs to make him a living soul. PRAY that God’s people who are filled with the Holy Spirit will breath spiritual life into the younger generation in 2020.

Prayer Focus #2 The Prophet Elisha looked at the young lad “eye to eye”. This reminds me of Jesus and Peter in the courtyard outside the place where Christ was being tried in a kangaroo court. The deep penetrating eyes of Jesus must have opened Peter’s eyes to the fact that the Lord had a special place for him in His kingdom and it was time to awaken to the Master’s call. PRAY that believers in America will have eyes filled with tears and compassion for the younger generation who is lifeless and needs to see the whitened harvest fields of America as their challenge in life. To reach and disciple them.

Prayer Focus #3 Elisha put his hands on the boy’s hands. This signifies mentorship. PRAY that God will raise up mentors and younger mentors who together will bring America back to godly principles and fervent faith.

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