Three Days of Prophetic Prayer and Fasting for Milwaukee, WI.
July 8th- 10th, 2019
Operation Save America is gearing up for our next great adventure in serving the Lord. From July 13-20, 2019 saints from across America, coupled with the local church in Milwaukee will participate in Operation Save America’s national event, Complete the Work.
To help prepare the way of the Lord as we set our face like flint towards Milwaukee, we are consecrating three days for prayer and fasting. This call is sent out to those who are coming and to those who cannot make it, but are with us in spirit. This special time, set apart, is extremely important as we seek to advance the Gospel of the Kingdom against the gates of hell. We must obtain God’s blessing, favor, and an open heaven to achieve Kingdom success.
The book of Acts reveals that before the Holy Spirit came in power, the people of God were in one accord. We know from scripture and from experience that when God’s people get lost in the vision and mission of God, unity commands a blessing and that blessing is “life forevermore” (Psalms 133). Unity is not a goal obtained by pursuing it, but rather a gift, that God grants His people who obey Him.
We also understand the church cannot win this battle in the arm of the flesh. It is the anointing that destroys the yoke. “Not by might nor by power, but by my Spirit, says the LORD Almighty” (Zechariah 4:6). The same Holy Spirit that empowered the early church to face and overcome the evil of their day, is the same Holy Spirit we need to do the same in our day.
The Apostle Paul declared, “And my speech and my preaching were not with persuasive words of human wisdom, but in demonstration of the Spirit and of power, that your faith should not be in the wisdom of men but in the power of God” (1 Corinthians 2:4, 5). If the Apostle Paul needed this empowerment to be effectual, how much more do we?
Moreover, we need to employ every spiritual weapon and godly principle God has granted His people to be effectual in His service. Most of you know that when we “take it to the streets,” we incorporate the high praises of God, the intimate worship of God, prayers, intercessions, and the blessed proclamation of the Gospel of the Kingdom. As we do these things, we trust that God will watch over His Word to perform it, with mighty signs and wonders following (Jeremiah 1:12; Mark 16:20).
To add to this arsenal, it is vital to include the prayer of agreement. “Again I say unto you, that if two of you shall agree on earth as concerning anything that they ask, it will be done for them by My Father in heaven. For where two or three are gathered together in My name, I am there in the midst of them” (Matthew 18:19-20).
To help fulfill this admonishment from our Lord, we have put together a prayer guide based upon the book of Psalms. Historically, the book of Psalms has served as the hymnal and prayer guide of the church. It covers the gamut of human endeavors, human emotion, and human predicaments as it relates to God and His will on the earth. It ranges from high exaltation of praise, deep sorrow, cries of justice against God’s enemies, and celebration of great victories.
Practically, there are 150 Psalms that we will divide into three days; 50 Psalms each day. We took one or two key verses from each of the Psalms to use them as an inspiration to guide our prayers. 1 John reminds us of the importance of praying God’s Word. 1 John 5:14, 15 states, “Now this is the confidence that we have in Him, that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us. And if we know that He hears us, whatever we ask, we know that we have the petitions that we have asked of Him.” Just know, you are not limited by these scriptural references, but I would encourage you to use the book of Psalms as your guide during this appointed time of prayer and fasting.
There is another key point as you begin this journey. One aspect of true intercession means “to take the place of.” God’s Word admonishes us to be a voice for the voiceless (Proverbs 31:8, 9). This we intend to do on the streets of Milwaukee. This time of prayer and fasting, however, will also be utilized to be the voice of the preborn. The preborn cannot pray for their plight, but we can. This kind of intercession will prayerfully prepare the way to intervene and save their lives. Some of the Psalms chosen capture the cry of the oppressed that desperately need God’s intervention. Use these Scriptures to provide the cry on the behalf of the preborn. In other words, if you were in their predicament, how would you pray?
Initially, the plan was to copy and paste the Scriptures to provide easy access to pray. The plan changed. It would be more beneficial, if we took the time to look up these Scriptures, meditate upon them, and then incorporate them into prayer. We pray the Lord grant the grace and time needed to fulfill these three days of consecrated prayer and fasting. May we also see the results of this special time manifested throughout Milwaukee as we go to stand in the gap and make up the hedge in Jesus’ name!
Day One (Psalms 1-50)
Psalm 1:6; Psalm 2:10-12; Psalm 3:7-8; Psalm 4:2; Psalm 5:11; Psalm 6:4; Psalm 7:1-2 and 9; Psalm 8:2; Psalm 9:3 and 9; Psalm 10:8 and 14; Psalm 11:5 and 6; Psalm 12:5; Psalm 13:1-2; Psalm 14:7; Psalm 15:5; Psalm 16:1; Psalm 17:8-9; Psalm 18:3; Psalm 19:7-9; Psalm 20:6-8; Psalm 21:4; Psalm 22:20; Psalm 23:4; Psalm 24:7; Psalm 25:19-20; Psalm 26:9-10; Psalm 27:1, 2, 10, 12; Psalm 28:1-3; Psalm 29:11; Psalm 30:1-3; Psalm 31:20; Psalm 32:7; Psalm 33:10-12; Psalm 34:16-18; Psalm 35:1-9; Psalm 36:11-12; Psalm 37:9-15; 32-33; 35-36; Psalm 38:12; Psalm 39:12-13; Psalm 40:13-14; Psalm 41:1-2; Psalm 42:1-3, 9-11; Psalm 43:1; Psalm 44:23-26; Psalm 45:7; Psalm 46:10; Psalm 47:3; Psalm 48:9-10; Psalm 49:15; Psalm 50:15, 23.
Day Two (Psalms 51-100)
Psalm 51:10-14; 17; Psalm 52:4; Psalm 53:6; Psalm 54:1-7; Psalm 55: 16; Psalm 56:1-2; Psalm 57:6; Psalm 58:6-7; Psalm 59:1-2; Psalm 60:11-12; Psalm 61:1-2; Psalm 62:7-8; Psalm 63: 10-11; Psalm 64:2-8; Psalm 65:2; Psalm 66:3; Psalm 67:1-4; Psalm 68:1-2; Psalm 69:14-15; Psalm 70:1-2; Psalm 71:4; Psalm 72:12-14; Psalm 73:17-19; Psalm 74:22-23; Psalm 75:10; Psalm 76:10-12; Psalm 77:9; Psalm 78:58; Psalm 79:5-13; Psalm 80:3; Psalm 81:13-14; Psalm 82:4; Psalm 83:1-3; Psalm 84:9-11; Psalm 85:4-5; Psalm 86:14-16; Psalm 87:5; Psalm 88:2-3; Psalm 89:13-18; Psalm 90:17; Psalm 91:11-12; Psalm 92:12-15; Psalm 93:5; Psalm 94:20-23; Psalm 95:8-9; Psalm 96:13; Psalm 97:3, 5, 10; Psalm 98:1; Psalm 99:4; Psalm 100:3.
Day Three Psalms 101-150
Psalm 101:8; Psalm 102:19-20; Psalm 103:6; Psalm 104:35; Psalm 105:15; Psalm 106:37-41; Psalm 107:20; Psalm 108:13; Psalm 109:30-31; Psalm 110:1-3; Psalm 111:7-8; Psalm 112:1-2; Psalm 113:7-9; Psalm 114:7; Psalm 115:1; Psalm 116:3-4; Psalm 117; Psalm 118:17; Psalm 119:126; Psalm 120:1; Psalm 121:7-8; Psalm 122:3-5; Psalm 123:3-4; Psalm 124:6-8; Psalm 125:2; Psalm 126:5-6; Psalm 127:3-5; Psalm 128:3-4; Psalm 129:4; Psalm 130:4; Psalm 131:3; Psalm 132:8-9; Psalm 133:3; Psalm 134:1; Psalm 135:8-10; Psalm 136:1; Psalm 137:7; Psalm 138:7; Psalm 139:13-16; 23-24; Psalm 140:1-4; Psalm 141:9-10; Psalm 142:6; Psalm 143:12; Psalm 144:11-12; Psalm 145:4; Psalm 146:7-9; Psalm 147:6; Psalm 148:1, 11; Psalm 149:6-7; Psalm 150:6.
PS: Don’t forget to sign up to be a part of the prayer team while in Milwaukee. Go to this website and sign up for a couple of slots. Our desire is to saturate our labor in the Lord with much prayer. Thank you!