We are individuals getting ready for living and surviving and thriving through the Days of Noah Preparation Journey (Genesis
chapters 6 and 7). We are humble, obedient, clay vessels, children, servants, and remnants of the Almighty Yahweh, One True
Eternal Everliving Everlasting Most High King and Creator of the universe. We read, study, meditate, do, and guard the commandments
of the Almighty Yahweh, One True Eternal Everliving Everlasting Most High King and Creator of the universe. We love the Almighty
Yahweh, One True Eternal Everliving Everlasting Most High King and Creator of the universe with all our heart, mind, soul,
and strength, and we love our neighbor as we love ourselves. We are staying Spiritual awake, aware, alert by watching and
praying. It is our hope and prayer everyone would come to accept and believe in the Almighty Yahweh, One True Eternal Everliving
Everlasting Most High King and Creator of the universe while there is still time to do so (Isaiah 55). We pray all His Blessings
and Peace come to you and your family.
Holy Scriptures and Yahweh's Words of Encouragement through times of difficulty.
Days of Noah Preparation Journey
Days of Noah Preparation Journey Syllabus (Spring 2020)
Class dates and times could change without notice due to unforeseen circumstances.
Days of Noah Preparation Journey (Part 3) (March 26, 2020)
Days of Noah Preparation Journey - Zephaniah chapter 1 (03-25-2020)
Days of Noah Preparation Journey (03-22-2020) (Part 2)
Days of Noah Preparation Journey (03-15-2020) (Part 1)
DAYS OF NOAH PREPARATION JOURNEY
FASTING and PRAYER
DATES: MAY 1 TO MAY 31, 2020
HEALING EVERYONE'S LAND by PRAYING
HOLY SCRIPTURES DURING FASTING AND PRAYER:
LEVITICUS CHAPTER 26
DEUTERONOMY CHAPTERS 6, 7, and 8
ISAIAH CHAPTER 58
EZEKIEL CHAPTER 8
2 CHRONICLES CHAPTERS 6 and 7
JUDE CHAPTER 1 (only one chapter)
ROMANS CHAPTER 12
REVELATION CHAPTERS 1 - 22
Choose one or all times based upon your health ability and available time. We come together as the humble, obedient clay
vessel children, servants, and remnants of the Most High Almighty Yahweh, King and Creator of the universe to glorify, honor,
praise, and worship Him. We are seeking, asking, and knocking at the Door of the Heart of the Most High Almighty Yahweh,
King and Creator of the universe hear and listen to our prayers for repentance, resolutions, renewal, and revival.
6 AM --- 9 AM --- 12 PM --- 3 PM
6 PM --- 9 PM --- 12 AM --- 3 AM
HOW TO BEGIN YOUR FAST
How you begin and conduct your fast will largely determine your success. By following these seven basic steps to fasting,
you will make your time with the Lord more meaningful and spiritually rewarding.
STEP 1: SET YOUR OBJECTIVE
Why are you fasting? Is it for spiritual renewal, for guidance, for healing, for the resolution of problems, for special
grace to handle a difficult situation? Ask the Holy Spirit to clarify His leading and objectives for your prayer fast. This
will enable you to pray more specifically and strategically.
Through fasting and prayer we humble ourselves before God so the Holy Spirit will stir our souls, awaken our churches,
and heal our land according to 2 Chronicles 7:14. Make this a priority in your fasting.
STEP 2: MAKE YOUR COMMITMENT
Pray about the kind of fast you should undertake. Jesus implied that all of His followers should fast (Matthew 6:16-18;
9:14,15) For Him it was a matter of when believers would fast, not if they would do it. Before you fast, decide the following
How long you will fast—one meal, one day, a week, several weeks, forty days (Beginners should start slowly,
building up to longer fasts.)
The type of fast God wants you to undertake (such as water only, or water and juices; what kinds of juices you will drink
and how often)
What physical or social activities you will restrict
How much time each day you will devote to prayer and God's Word
Making these commitments ahead of time will help you sustain your fast when physical temptations and life's pressures
tempt you to abandon it.
STEP 3: PREPARE YOURSELF SPIRITUALLY
The very foundation of fasting and prayer is repentance. Unconfessed sin will hinder your prayers. Here are several things
you can do to prepare your heart:
Ask God to help you make a comprehensive list of your sins.
Confess every sin that the Holy Spirit calls to your remembrance and accept God's forgiveness (1 John 1:9).
Seek forgiveness from all whom you have offended, and forgive all who have hurt you (Mark 11:25; Luke 11:4; 17:3,4).
Make restitution as the Holy Spirit leads you.
Ask God to fill you with His Holy Spirit according to His command in Ephesians 5:18 and His promise in 1 John 5:14,15.
Surrender your life fully to Jesus Christ as your Lord and Master; refuse to obey your worldly nature (Romans 12:1,2).
Meditate on the attributes of God, His love, sovereignty, power, wisdom, faithfulness, grace, compassion, and others (Psalm
48:9,10; 103:1-8, 11-13).
Begin your time of fasting and prayer with an expectant heart (Hebrews 11:6).
Do not underestimate spiritual opposition. Satan sometimes intensifies the natural battle between body and spirit (Galatians
STEP 4: PREPARE YOURSELF PHYSICALLY
Fasting requires reasonable precautions. Consult your physician first, especially if you take prescription medication
or have a chronic ailment. Some persons should never fast without professional supervision.
Physical preparation makes the drastic change in your eating routine a little easier so that you can turn your full attention
to the Lord in prayer.
Do not rush into your fast.
Prepare your body. Eat smaller meals before starting a fast. Avoid high-fat and sugary foods.
Eat raw fruit and vegetables for two days before starting a fast.
(Reference: Bill Bright. (2019). 7 Basic steps to successful fasting and prayer. Journey Church. Retrieved from https://www.journeyorl.com/7-basic-steps-to-successful-fasting-and-prayer)
7 BASIC STEPS TO SUCCESSFUL FASTING AND PRAYER