Thank You for Praying

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a Guest Blogger | 11.01.12


Thanks for journeying with Nancy and other speakers from True Woman '12: Seeking Him Together for Spiritual Awakening for this month of praying earnestly for ourselves, homes, churches, nation, and world.

The events of the last few days are sobering reminders of how fleeting life is—and how much we need the Lord. Let's continue seeking Him, praying, and sharing the gospel with those around us that need the freedom, fullness, and fruitfulness that can only be found in Christ.

If you're new to Revive Our Hearts and True Woman, there are a few things that might be good for you to know: 

  • Nancy Leigh DeMoss' daily teaching and interviews are available . . .
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  • A really helpful way to "keep up" is to get our "Daily Connection" email that provides you links to all of this and much more. Find out what's on Nancy's heart.
  • Thousands of women are benefitting from our various "30 Day Challenges." In many cases, these are life-changing! Take one today.
Well, we don't want to overload you, but we DO want to thank you for joining us for the Seeking Him Together Prayer Challenge. Would you take a moment and let us know what you thought? Would you like to see us do something like this again? Also, feel free to write out a prayer below. That's AOK, too! 

We love you—thank you so much for seeking Him together with us for GENUINE spiritual awakening!

Team Revive Our Hearts

Topics: Seeking Him October Challenge


  1. I LOVED the Seeking Him Together Prayer Challenge. What a joy and delight to know I was seeking God together with others who have a heart for revival. It was such an encouragment and blessing!Thank you so much!
    posted by kathy
    on Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 6:43 am
  2. i would love to participate in something like this again. praying with so many other Christians. i could imagine all of heaven smiling down on us.
    posted by m
    on Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 8:43 am
  3. The Prayer Summit this week was encouraging, uplifting, and piercing. I'm glad that I was able to join in the two hours. Through my venture of prayer these past 20 plus days, I've learned things about myself that were found only through heart cry and seeking Him. Now I am also part of a prayer group on facebook where we pray together for awakening. It is a small, personal, accountability group. Thank you for leading me this direction.
    posted by Karyl
    on Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 12:53 pm
  4. I loved it! Yes, would love to see something like it again. I actually saved each day's post into my True Woman folder so I can listen and pray those prayers again. I caught a vision for revival and really got a taste of it at TW conf.!
    posted by Vivian
    on Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 3:37 pm
  5. I agree with Vivian. Those prayers can be used over and over in the future. It was searching, uplifting, encouraging. I am definitely interested in future events.
    I only heard part of the summit, and thank God for all the inventions that make it possible to pray with others nation/ worldwide. It draws us to seek conformity to His principles, attributes and conduct more and more
    posted by Meta Moerdyk
    on Thursday, November 1, 2012 at 5:34 pm
  6. The Seeking Him Together prayer challenge came in the most appropriate time in my life. God has perfect timing. The Lord has been reaching out and teaching me in beautiful ways on seeking him. My love for prayer, and specially prayer for others has been much encouraged by it. God bless the hearts of all the women that God has used for His Glory through this!
    posted by Karina
    on Friday, November 2, 2012 at 10:53 am
    posted by Monica
    on Saturday, November 3, 2012 at 12:11 am

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