Mercy Revival Purposes to:
- Take down the walls of the church and cross denominational lines.
- Hold consistent weekly intercessory prayer meetings welcoming the community of believers. Remember, your strongest prayer warrior may be a child.
- Repent for your lack of participation in providing a solution for the drug and alcohol addiction.
- Walk transparently before God and one another.
- Listen to the voice of Our Lord and Savior and be obedient.
- Pray for the Mercy Revival leaders and the issues they present.
- Engage pastors in weekly meetings asking for revival.
- Provide spiritual warfare training.
- Seek 12 step faith based training for your church such as Living Free, a Teen Challenge course.
- As the need for additional prayer meetings grow, divide the county into regions that hold weekly meetings. Once a month all county locations should continue to meet in one central location to feed each other spiritually, share ideas and to fellowship.
- Cry out in prayer by name for those held captive.
- Pray without ceasing for transformation revival in our county, state, and country.
- Invite your family, friends, co-workers, and your community to join Mercy Revival.
- Develop programs for all ages that encourage attendance, membership, and the continuation of their hunger for Jesus.
- Encourage Mercy Revival leaders to take annual retreats to spend time discerning God’s plan for them.
- Cultivate a hunger for the presence of God. The process of transforming revival is triggered when our appetite for God’s presence trumps all other hungers.
- Don’t give up as it will take time. You cannot let the circumstances of your life interfere. The enemy will use them to distract you from your purpose.
Suggestions for Community Involvement:
- Pray with all community leaders once a week, bi-monthly, or monthly including but not limited to Mayor, Chief of Police, Fire Chief, Sheriff, and Superintendent of School.
- Host monthly breakfast meetings with city leaders and the Mercy Revival prayer team.
- Pray with captives at local jails or juvenile centers.
- Pray with family of captives.
- Set aside a safe haven for students who wish to start their day with prayer.
Remember, God is faithful, and with God all things are possible!