Daniel’s Prayer For 21 Days
I’m so glad you found this blog. I’m going to assume that you’re here because either:
- You’ve been searching for prayers to pray for your family and friends who are going through a rough time or experiencing a loss of some kind.
- You have had someone in your life go through something difficult and you would like to pray for them.
- You want more information about the Bible, Christian beliefs, or spiritual growth in general.
My prayer for you dear friend is that God will strengthen your inner man.
God has given us prayer. It is a gift and it is powerful. Prayer gives God an opportunity to work in our lives, so that we may have peace with our decisions and choices.
It’s important to understand that prayer is not just something we do on Sundays or after making bad decisions at the casino tables, but rather it should be practiced daily as a way for us to communicate with God in everyday life. Pray often before making any big decision in your life because you will find out what your heart truly desires when you pray about it regularly for 21 days straight!
Prayer does not have to be difficult or complicated; it only takes 10 minutes of your day if you do it every morning and evening before you go to bed! The Lord loves us and wants us all to live happy lives filled with joy and abundance as well as good health for ourselves as well as others around us whom He loves too!
Yes the word of God is powerful but the power of prayer is not to be despised.
Prayer is powerful, but the power of prayer is not to be despised.
Jesus said that we are to pray without ceasing (1 Thessalonians 5:17). This means that we should pray all day long!
We need to learn how to have a conversation with God in our hearts at all times. It’s important because it helps us get rid of our worries and trust Him with what we are going through. We can even use our worry as an opportunity to talk with Him about it and make sure He knows our needs and concerns.
As a child I never really considered praying or reading the Bible or anything like that.
As a child, I never really considered praying or reading the Bible or anything like that. I was taught to pray but it never really resonated with me. Sure, there were times when I would ask for things like good grades or for a pet hamster (both of which I received), but never did I understand what prayer was all about. My parents didn’t have much to do with each other and they fought all the time. They weren’t very loving towards us either because they were always too busy working hard at different jobs just so they could keep us clothed and fed. We had no real relationship with God either because we weren’t taught how to have one; even when we did go to church on Sunday’s during school holidays there wasn’t much substance behind our faith in God apart from what some pastor said over the loud speaker system during his sermon every week – “Jesus loves you!”
Our prayers will go farther than we could ever go and our prayers can do what we cannot do or cannot see happen.
Prayer is powerful.
It can change things. It can change people. It can change circumstances and it can even change your life. Let’s take a look at some of the ways that prayer has changed lives, including Daniel’s life:
- Daniel prayed that he would not be harmed by King Nebuchadnezzar or any of his staff when they threw him into the lions’ den as punishment for not worshipping their golden statue (Daniel 6:16-23). The Lord heard Daniel’s prayer and saved him from death!
- “So I pray to you, O LORD; make me hear your voice today, so that I may live!” This was Jonah’s cry when he felt hopeless after being swallowed by a giant fish (Jonah 2:1-10). God heard Jonah’s prayer and brought him back safely to land!
When I think back to decisions I made in my earlier days.
As you go through this 21-day journey, I want you to think back to decisions you made in your earlier days. Did you make some bad decisions? What was the reason for those poor choices? Did you not have God in your life and therefore didn’t know how to pray, seek His face and ask him for wisdom?
Asking God for wisdom isn’t just asking Him for problems or situations where we need help making a decision. When we ask God for wisdom it’s really about seeking His will for our lives. This is a big one because it goes beyond simply thinking about what someone else thinks is best for us or gives us our best future prospects but takes into account what God has planned for each one of us individually and then helps us find out what that looks like through prayer and seeking His face (Psalm 27:8).
Asking God for wisdom begins with taking time each day every morning before going out into this world so that everything we do throughout the day follows his plan instead of ours!
That is why we need to ask, seek and knock often before we have peace with our decisions and choices.
God always has a plan for us, but it’s up to us to find out what that plan is. Sometimes we need to pray and seek God in order for him to show us the way. The Bible says “ask and it will be given unto you; seek and ye shall find; knock and it will be opened unto you: For every one that asketh receiveth” (Matthew 7:7-8).
That is why we need to ask, seek and knock often before we have peace with our decisions and choices. We need this kind of peace because without it, there will always be questions lingering in our minds about what would’ve happened if I had followed someone else’s advice instead of God’s? Or if I had not taken this job or turned down another opportunity?
When we start to run around all over the place trying to get things done, it becomes harder and harder to find the time to pray and seek God’s face.
We all know that prayer is important. We need to be intentional about time with God, and make it a priority in our lives. The Bible says, “Pray without ceasing.” But for most of us, this is easier said than done!
When we start to run around all over the place trying to get things done—fixing dinner, checking work emails and paying bills—it becomes harder and harder to find the time to actually pray and seek God’s face.
Pray for his protection over him, his will for his life, for wisdom for his parents, for favor, for safety, that he would know Jesus at an early age and surrender his life completely to Jesus so he can be a light in this dark world of his generation.
Daniel’s Prayer for 21 Days:
- Pray for his protection over him, his will for his life, for wisdom for his parents, for favor and safety. Pray that he would know Jesus at an early age and surrender his life completely to Jesus so he can be a light in this dark world of his generation.
We must be filled with the Spirit so that we can walk in the power of that infilling seeking the Lord on all matters concerning our family and our lives praying without ceasing.
During the 21 days of Daniel’s prayer, he was in a state of being filled with the Spirit. He lived in a constant flow of prayer and worship to God. This meant that he was always seeking God on all matters concerning his family and his life. He also sought God for daily help on things like understanding what it meant for him to “be wise” (1:20).
We must be filled with the Spirit so that we can walk in the power of that infilling seeking the Lord on all matters concerning our family and our lives praying without ceasing. The Holy Spirit is alive in us, so let us not settle down but rather seek Him daily until we are fully sanctified by Him (1 Peter 1:15-16).
Prayer is powerful and important
Prayer is powerful and important. It’s a weapon, a conversation with God and a way to seek God’s face, will or protection. Prayer is an act of worship that we should do daily.
Daniel prayed three times a day: morning, at noon and in the evening (Daniel 6:10). We often pray in the morning before starting our day but we don’t always pray before bed. For 21 days try doing it this way:
Prayer is powerful!