21-Day Prayer Focus for Bringing Forth New Wine

You are invited to join our church family on a 21 day prayer focus for bringing forth new wine. We believe that God will do amazing things in our lives during this period of focused prayers.

Below are the introductory words and the 21 day prayer focus:

A 21-Day Prayer Focus for bringing forth new wine – Chuck D. Pierce

The New Wine is the anointing of God to release the abundance of God’s life, joy and blessing in the lives of His people! We are in a season when the Spirit of God wants to release a fresh supply of New Wine to His Church.

worship[1]When God gives us a vision, our flesh grabs it and tries to “make it happen” in fleshly energy. But the flesh cannot please God. So God has to put our desires and ambitions into the winepress and stomp them, until our flesh lets go!

This process is called “death of a vision.” Death of a vision is a process every character in the Bible went through, to come into a place of God’s blessing. God promised Abraham a son, then waited 25 years until Abraham’s recognized his own inability to “make it happen.” God anointed David to be king, but then allowed David to be hunted by Saul until David entrusted his future entirely to God. God raised up Moses to set Israel free, then sent him out to the backside of the desert until he died to his own abilities.

If you are in the winepress, it’s important to allow the stomping to have its full effect. If we resist stomping, the new wine cannot flow. If we refuse to die to our own desires and ambitions, what comes out is not the New Wine, but the old whine! God wants us to shift: from ambition to submission; from trying to trusting; from our old ways, plans, mindsets, to a walk of faith; from the attitude, “I can make it happen,” to “God, You will do it!”

Day 1. Read Isaiah 41 and 28:23-29. There is a bruising and a breaking that we must go through. Don’t resist the stomping. Unless the skin is broken, we will end up as a raisin. So many in the old wineskin have resisted being broken. Declare all the seeds that are within you will awaken and come forth. Enter into your personal harvest. Ask the Lord to make you into a new, sharp threshing instrument.

Day 2. Read James 4. Submit your gifts and stand under the authority God is giving you. Bloom where God has planted you. Draw near to God and be faithful!

Day 3. Read Hebrews 4 and 12. Don’t live in the past. This leads only to regret and bitterness. If you have repented, God’s grace will cover past sins and failings. Allow your past to be pruned away; instead of being a bitter drink offering, you will become a sweet drink offering to the Lord.

Day 4. Read Jeremiah 29. Don’t live in the future, but know that you have a good future. God has a future for you, but joy and fulfillment are found in HIM now!

Day 5. Read John 14, 15 and 16. Allow the pruning process to bring forth the new in you. Seek your joy in Him now. There is a place of overwhelming life and joy in Him. Press in to Him! Draw closer to Him! As you do, the New Wine begins to flow!

Day 6. Read Matthew 6. Be anxious for nothing. List the top five priorities in your life. Seek Him first and His Kingdom and His righteousness and then everything else will fall in place.

Day 7. Read Psalm 4. Allow the Lord to set you apart for the future. Let new joy and gladness arise. Declare you will sleep in peace and you will feel safe in the presence of God.

Day 8. Read Deuteronomy 33:26-29. New wine brings the fullness of God’s security and provision.

Day 9. Read Joel 2 and 3. New wine is a sign of God’s presence dwelling with His people and your land being restored and rejoicing.

Day 10. Read Jeremiah 31. The new is for you. New wine is part of the bounty of the Lord.

Day 11. Read Song of Solomon 2, 3 and 4. Ask the Lord to reveal to you the little foxes that are trying to crush the vine that will bring forth the new wine. Get a vision of your future identity. Ask the Lord to send a new wind and blow upon your garden.

Day 12. Read Proverbs 3:1-10. Ask the Lord how to give the first fruits of your increase so your vats will run over with new wine. Understand and experience God’s blessing.

Day 13. Read Song of Solomon 8 and Psalm 16. Ask the Lord to come into your vineyard. Let Him prophetically reveal to you the fruit you are going to bring forth in the future. Enter into your promised inheritance.

Day 14. Read Matthew 16. Ask the Lord for revelation. Ask the Lord for the building plan for your future. Ask the Lord for keys. Just as Peter connected with the Father in Heaven, connect with the Father in a way that you begin to unlock the Kingdom of God within you.

Day 15. Read Hosea 2:14-23. Unlock your door of hope. Know that there is hope in your Valley of Achor. Ask God for that new door of hope to open up. Ask the Lord for mercy. Renew your covenant with God. New wine occurs when Heaven and earth agree.

Day 16. Read Revelation 14:14-20. Declare that the harvest in the nations will come into the winepress.

Day 17. Read Psalm 119:81-88. Declare that any premature aging or stiffness will begin to break from you and you will become a new wineskin.

Day 18. Read Ezekiel 37. Declare that which has been scattered will come back together into a new structure.

Day 19. Read Ephesians 4. Pray for the government of God in your region. For new wine to come forth, the government of God must be established in its fullness.

Day 20. Read John 2. Let the Lord change your water into new wine. He used the pots of religious ritualism to fill them with new wine. Ask the Lord to remove the spirit of religion from you. Let His glory begin to shine.

Day 21. Read Matthew 9 and 14. Be willing to let go of any old method that is operating in your life, business, church, etc. Notice the teaching after the wineskin. The lady who had an issue of blood for 12 years pressed through and touched Jesus. Jesus was on His way to awaken the 12-year-old daughter of Jairus. Declare that now is the time to press through into the new, even in your weakness. Declare that what needs to wake up will wake up now. There is a time when the old season ends. When John the Baptist was beheaded, the old season ended. Allow the old to end and the new to begin.

It’s time for new wine. It’s time for the new wine skin. Both are coming forth. Enter in!

 

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