Day 1. A Year Of Results Above the Norm

As we begin our prayer and fasting, we must take our season by force. Our midnight has ended and God is starting something new. God has given us divine reset for perpetual victory to launch us in a year of unlimited possibilities. (Mark 9:23; Isaiah 42:9)

Day 2. Focus and Alignment: First Things First

We must be focused and everything about us must be in alignment to Godís word. Our focus must be about the kingdom of God and all of His righteousness and obedience to Godís words to receive perpetual victory. (Matthew 6:33; 2 Corinthians 2:14)

Day 3. Divine Reset for Us to See Again

During this time of prayer and fasting, ask yourself, ďHow do I see?Ē Am I looking to Jesus? We must change our perspective on how we see. As the Lord to open your eyes that you may see possibilities. (Mark 8:22-25; 1 Chronicles 12:32)

Day 4. New Things God Declare: Faith Not Fear

God speaks to our future. We must position ourselves in faith, not fear. Everything in the kingdom operates by faith. Faith will cause you to move in Apostolic power. Faith moves God! (Isaiah 43:1-3, 18-19; Hebrews 11:1,6)

Day 5. Resetting Your Faith: Expectations

Expectations are the breeding ground for your miracles. Faith speaks what has been preached. Do not be shaken in faith. God is a mega God. The word says that expectations shall not be cut off. Expect it to be possible today. (Proverbs 24:14; 2 Corinthians 13:5)

Day 6. Reset My Tongue Lord

The word of God is a seed of destiny. Godís word is an incorruptible seed. Letís ask God to cleanse us so that His word can be written in our heart so nothing comes out of our mouth, but only the word. (Psalm 45:1; 1 Peter 1:23; Proverbs 18:21)

Day 7. God Resets our Hearts

God wants us to have a new heart. During this time of prayer and fasting, letís search our hearts and remove whatís not of God. Everything generates from the heart. The heart is the seat of a manís collectible energies. God tests the heart. (Ezekiel 36:26; Psalm 51:10-12; Jeremiah 17:9-10; Proverbs 4:23)

Day 8. The Benefits of Divine Reset

God wants to rearrange and restore some things in our lives. We must speak the word of God. Faith without works is dead. The benefits are you possess your possessions; your slate is wiped cleaned and you receive miracles, signs and wonders! (Psalm 68:19; Psalm 103:2; Psalm 116:12)

Day 9. When God Hits the Reset Button

We are one in God when we stay connected to Him and the body of Christ. Unity is the process and oneness is the product. When in lifeís challenges, hit the reset button! (1 Corinthians 12:4-12; Revelations 21:5)

Day 10. Our Obedience will Bring Victory

We must have a renewed mind to obey Godís word. Everything concerning us must be in line with Godís word. We must have total obedience to Him. We must apply Godís word to walk in the victory He has declared for us. (Genesis 22:1-7; 1 Samuel 15:22; 2 Corinthians 5:17)

Day 11. Get Out of the Comfort Zone

Faith says Iím willing to take risks. Do something you have never done before. If you let God take you to another place, you will not lack anything. Get out of yourself because self will cause you to miss God. (Psalm 107:26; Luke 5:1-6)

Day 12. Get to the Other Side

We must shift our mind before we can get to the other side. We canít be afraid to step out on faith. We must be determined to get out of the boat. We must tell God we are coming! (Matthew 14:22-34; Romans 12:1-2)

Day 13. Have Faith in God

Letís get out of the boat and have a God experience. We must do things differently to get different result. We must completely trust and have faith in God. Listen to the voice of God. (Psalm 46:1-10; Matthew 14:22)

Day 14. Discipleship

Have you truly been discipled? Take a self check. Disciple: a learner, pupil, one who is instructed, one who follows oneís teaching; a life student. You determine today if you have been discipled. (Matthew 16:24-25; John 8:31-32)

To God Be The Glory

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Day 15. Are You Truly a Disciple?

The culture of the kingdom is making disciples of men. Disciples are made; teachings are important, teaching, and it begins at the place of departure. Turn away from your own life. (Matthew 4:18-25; Matthew 16:24-25; Luke 9:51-62)

Day 16. Where Have You Left Jesus?

God wants us to walk with Him before we can work for Him. When you lose Jesus, you go down, down, down! The blessing and rewards will follow us after we have walked with Him pertaining to our work for Him. Whatever we do, we must remember to take Jesus with us. (Luke 2:41-47)

Day 17: The Miracle at Cherith

There comes a time in our life where we have to give up things, people etc. Letís get rid of everything that would be a hindrance to receiving our miracle. Cherith means to isolate, to destroy, to cut off or down, to separate. Cerith can be an awesome place; but for others, a dreadful place. (1 Kings 17:3-7)

† Day 18. Stay Under The Word of God

There is power in walking under the word. Godís word will never end or lose power. Godís word is settled in heaven and earth. Remind yourself of the word of God that has been spoken over your life. You are more than a conqueror! (2 Kings 7:1-8, 19, 20; Psalm 119:105)

Day 19. Godís Promise is Sure

Without faith you cannot believe the promise of God. Faith fuels Godís promise. Faith makes us alive in God. Believe God for your promise. (Hebrews 11:1-11, 33)

Day 20. Iím Coming Up Out of This

God uses situations to bring us into a new level of glory. Grace is what will bring us out of this. God has His own time table. Do not be moved by what you see. Youíve come this far during this fast and youíre about to come up out of this! (Luke 8:11; John 11-1:4, 23-26, 34-44)

Day 21. Calling in Your Harvest

Now that weíve come to the end of our prayer and fasting, letís not forget our harvest. We must focus on reaping our harvest. We must not grow weary in well doing as we wait for harvest. We must stand our ground and watch God fight our adversary. Tell the enemy enough is enough! We will continue to praise God, fight in prayer, and press in our faith as we call our harvest in. Remember to give thanks for all things for this is the will of God concerning you! (2 Samuel 23:11-12; Proverbs 10:22; Psalm 67:5; Mark 9:23)