9 Days of
PRAYER + FASTING
Join us as we go before the Lord for 9 Days of Prayer and Fasting leading up to the United States presidential election. In such a time as this, we want to be sober-minded and driven by the Holy Spirit so God’s will may be done through each one of us as we cast our votes. Below, you will find our daily prompts. We ask that you carefully consider each focus and scripture as you pray.
Day 2 – 10/27
Pray for unity in the church around Jesus and His Word amidst the toxic political climate in our country.
Meditate on Ephesians 4:1–6.
Day 3 – 10/28
Pray that we would be more concerned about the spread of the gospel in all nations than even the good of our nation. Pray for different nations of the world accordingly.
Meditate on Matthew 28:18–20.
Also, join us for online prayer at 7pm.
Day 4 – 10/29
Pray that God would help you to proclaim the gospel of Jesus during these days to people who are lost—far more than you speak about politics and/or the election.
Meditate on Acts 1:8.
Day 5 – 10/30
Pray for harmony in the church amidst different political convictions, opinions, and perspectives among Christian brothers and sisters.
Meditate on Romans 15:1–7.
Day 6 – 10/31
Pray that the church would be salt and light in our country that points to the goodness of God and resounds to the glory of God.
Meditate on Matthew 5:14–16.
Day 7 – 11/1
Pray that God would help us as the church and as a country to do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with Him.
Meditate on Micah 6:8.
Day 8 – 11/2
As you prepare to cast your ballot, pray that God would help you to do so with faith in Him based upon His Word.
Meditate on Romans 14:2.
Following the Election
Day After the Election:
Pray for the president, and pray that God will help you—and all of us—to appropriately honor our government leaders, to continually pray for them, to work charitably with them for the good of others according to God’s Word, and to live ultimately for the spread of God’s love in the gospel throughout our nation and to all nations.
Meditate on 1 Timothy 2:1–6