February is small and mighty. It has the fewest days, but so much happens in this month: There’s Groundhog Day, Valentine’s Day, Black History Month, and the Super Bowl. President’s Day is also celebrated in this wee little month, along with the Lunar New Year. And of course, every four years, February gives us an entire extra day so that we can get even more things done.  

Many Christians, and even entire congregations, dedicate the month of January to fasting and prayer. However, our prayers must not lose intensity as the months progress. Let’s challenge ourselves to put practical application to the zeal we started the year with. During the month of February, we can set aside time for repentance as we invite the Holy Spirit to guide us into the truth about misguided places in our hearts and lives that we may be unaware of.

God gives more grace to those who are humble (James 4:6). When we seek the Lord in this way, we become recipients of more grace, more help, and more ability to live well.

So, you see, even in this short month, we can experience MORE heavenly support that will bring us greater effectiveness, joy, and victory. This month’s prayers of repentance can be the catalyst for a phenomenal year!

Choose one topic for each day. You may find that some topics require more than one day to focus on. Be intentional by setting aside time in the morning, at lunchtime, and before bed to talk to the Lord and hear what He has to say to you each day. Follow through and Expect MORE! 

Also,  please share with us how these prayers are changing your life. We want to celebrate with you!

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Bad thoughts about others
 

Gossip, lies, repeating unnecessary information

Dishonoring and disrespecting people in authority
 

Secretly wishing ill upon people
 

Mistreating people

Disregarding people

Using people

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Pretending and giving false impressions

Resenting whom God chose to anoint, elevate, promote, or favor  

Talking too much

Eating too much

Watching too much TV and social media

Not responding to convictions

Having a dull heart and missing what God is saying

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Being ruled by my appetites and preferences
 

All forms of stubbornness

Not trying my best or giving my best effort in the things I do

Not speaking out against wrongs that I see

Losing track of people I was supposed to help

All forms of pride and arrogance

Not using my time and money wisely

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Not being an active, deliberate soul-winner
 

Holding grudges and rehearsing wrongs done to me

Being self-absorbed and not concerned about global crises

Being bored with serving God and unimpressed by Him

Trusting in my intellect, abilities, and network

Causing division or strife in my environment

Being hard on others but lenient with myself. Hypocrisy