Our format

Every night, Sunday through Thursday, we will pray and ask God to lead us to the person, persons or group we will have you pray for. If the Holy Spirit so moves you, send us in a prayer request to post on the blog. We will pray over it and see where God is leading us. We may also ask you to share with us about your prayer time. Later that night, we will pose some questions along with an article or thought on the prayer subject. On Saturday and Sunday the Acts12 team will not post a prayer unless we are specifically led by the Holy Spirit to do so. We still asks you to post any prayer requests that you may have as many will see the post, as well as our prayer team, and you Will be prayed for.

We invite you and ask you to pray with us in the morning and join us at night for a discussion. The discussion will be moderated by the Acts 12 Panel. Any commentary that includes profanity or derogatory comments towards others will not be published. This space belongs to Jesus and we intend to keep it that way. This is a place of prayer. A holy place. Treat it as if you were entering God’s holy temple.

All material on the Acts 12 movement is original content and is copyrighted unless otherwise noted. You are welcome and we encourage you to reblog and/ or pingback the items on our blog. If you want to use the content in any other way, we just ask that you list where the content is from and include a link/pingback to our blog.

We are looking forward to being the hands and feet of Jesus all of over the world. Let’s move mountains in prayer in Jesus mighty and holy name!

(c) theacts12movement


2 thoughts on “Our format

  1. Robert H. Johnson

    All Acts12movemenrt participants: Please join me in daily prayer for ten individuals: Five are Jewish, five are Gentile. If each of the Jews admitted sin and accepted Jesus as their Savior and Lord, there is no telling of the impact they would have on American Society. I believe if the other five also spoke out they’d have an equal impact.

    The Jews: David Horowitz once a strong Communist. Wrote: Radical Son
    Charles Krauthammer, M.D. National Columnist
    Hugh Hewitt Talk SHow Host
    Dennis Prager Talk Show Host
    Michael Medved TalkShow Host
    The Gentiles: Robert Spencer, writer who co-laborates with David Horowitz
    Glen Beck Talk Show Host
    Rush Limbaugh Talk Show Host
    Bill O’Reilly Talk Show Host
    Arnold A Jew I met while in NYC. To mak a long story short I was able to get Arnold to
    read Isaiah Chap. 53. As Arnold read that Scripture he said: “It is
    talking about Jesus. A seed was planted. May the Lord see that it is

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