COVID-19 Prayer and Other Resources
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"As we embark on the journey of the COVID-19 lockdown in South Africa that none of us ever expected in our lifetime, there are several aspects of everyday life in need of continuous prayer. Apart from the economic challenge this time poses to us all, there are also very practical issues to consider in prayer. Not all families live in harmony and not all display uplifting character in their homes. Many will be extremely vulnerable to abuse, shortage and much more. Also, not all citizens will willingly adhere to the lockdown requirements and so put others at risk. So how and what can we pray?"
► What to Pray During the 21 Day Lockdown (from Jericho Walls)
Setting Up an Family Altar
"The concept of a “family altar” can also be called family devotions. This is the time where the whole family can come together to read from the Word, discuss the portion they have read, spend some time in prayer and practically live it daily. The benefit of family devotions is not only gaining knowledge, but also relating to God together as a family."
► Setting Up an Family Altar (from Jericho Walls International Prayer Network)
"7 Days on the Wall" Lockdown 24-7 Prayer
with the theme FOLLOW ME….
Prayer with Jesus through:
► Week 1: The last seven days before He was crucified.
Lockdown 24-7 Prayer: 30 March - 5 April
► Week 2: The last words of Jesus on the cross.
Lockdown 24-7 Prayer: 6 -12 April
► Week 3: The finished work of Jesus on the cross.
Lockdown 24-7 Prayer for South Africa 13-19 April
► Week 4: The seven appearances of Jesus after His resurrection.
Lockdown 24-7 Prayer for South Africa 20 - 26 April
► Week 5: Preparing for Revival
Lockdown 24-7 Prayer for South Africa 27 April -3 May
► Week 6: Preparing for Revival
Lockdown 24-7 Prayer for South Africa 4 - 10 May
► Week 7: Preparing for Revival
Lockdown 24-7 Prayer for South Africa 11 - 17 May
► Week 8: Preparing for Revival
Lockdown 24-7 Prayer for South Africa 18 - 20 May
► Week 9: Sound From Heaven
10 Days of Prayer Before Pentecost 21 - 31 May (English)
10 Days of Prayer Before Pentecost 21 - 31 May (Afrikaans)
10 Days of Prayer Before Pentecost 21 - 31 May (Xhosa)
►Pentecost Sunday 31 May 2020 - Prayer Guidelines
1- 7 June: Theme WALKING IN THE SPIRIT...
Please visit our 2020 Praying for Revival During the Coronovirus Crisis page for more and ongoing daily guidelines.
► Prayer Points for Focussed Prayer and Fasting
► 14 Day Prayer Strategy for SA
Pray one of the seven prayer points daily during mealtime with your family or friends (Repeat for 14 days). Involve the children and youth as much as possible. Read the scriptures for every point out loud and pray with faith that our God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, listens to prayer that is prayed by faith in His promises and His directions, as it is contained in the Bible.
(Compiled by IFSA)
A Prayer of Deliverance for Family and Friends
► A Prayer for Deliverance from the Coronavirus by Pete Greig & 24-7 Prayer
► A Prayer for Deliverance from the Coronavirus by Pete Greig & 24-7 Prayer (Printable Version)
"Jehovah Shalom, Lord of Peace, we remember those living in coronavirus hotspots and those currently in isolation. May they know your presence in their isolation, your peace in their turmoil and your patience in their waiting. Prince of Peace, you are powerful and merciful; let this be their prayer"
► 60 Minute Prayer Guide by Pete Greig & 24-7 Prayer
"There are many of people who will be indirectly affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Ask God to comfort those grieving the loss of loved ones, to provide for those in financial difficulty because they are unable to work, and for business leaders as they face such unprecedented disruption to life."
What's Happening to the Church? - Where is it all going?
Global Transmission - Global Mission: The Impact and Implications of the Covid-19 Epidemic by Jason Mandryk
" And so, I cautiously submit a numbered list of observations about the impact that Coronavirus may have on the future of church and mission. I am certain that further research and editing, and more sophisticated typesetting, would improve the end result. I am convinced that two days from now, I’m going to slap myself as I say, “How could I have overlooked that?!” But, better an imperfect but completed effort than an ideal but unfinished one." - Jason Mandryk
► Science Made Simple (Heartlines Poster)
► South African Government Resource Portal
► SA Council of Churches Resource Portal