Prayer Points

Joshua Revolution ’21 Call to the Wall 52 Days of Prayer (11/9 – 12/30)

Call To the Wall 2021   52 days of Prayer 11/9-12/30

Our Holy God moves in the hearts of men and women. He gives the unction to do His will and the means.
God showed Nehemiah the condition of Jerusalem, walls of protection broken; city gates of entrance burned (Neh. 1). Nehemiah saw the need and responded in weeping, fasting, prayer and repentance. As he did, God gave him the unction to go and rebuild section by section. In Jerusalem priests, nobles, rulers and workmen alike came together and said “let us rise and rebuild. So, they strengthened their hands for this good work.” Adversity came but Nehemiah said, “The God of heaven, He will prosper us; therefore, we His servants will arise and build” (Neh. 2:18,20). We are told that half of the servants worked and the other half held spears,
shields, bows and coats of mail. Eph. 6 shows us the spiritual counter parts: The Armor of God, the Shield of Faith, and the Sword of the Spirit i.e., the Word of God. In the spiritual sense we can see and relate today. In many, walls of relationship with a Holy God are broken, gates of conviction, repentance and surrender burned by humanism and idolatry. We look at the condition of families, churches and this nation and weep.
God has given us an unction for December, a Conference in Erie, Pa., a place where for four days He will be lifted up and glorified. A place for churches, families, youth, and children of all ages are able to come without charge to hear the Gospel of reconciliation through the atoning death of
Jesus Christ. An encounter with the one true God who is Holy, honored and worshiped. Will you join us in weeping, fasting, prayer and repenting as the Lord leads you for 52 days?
Why 52 days? That was the length of time that it took Nehemiah and the Jews to rebuild the walls and gates of Jerusalem. The call for all peoples to come together for one cause, to rebuild what God calls His (Neh. 1:9; 6:15).

Will you hear the call to this wall of prayer for JR’21, 52 days
from Nov. 9 – Dec. 30?
Pray as God leads you. For specific prayer needs, there are 52 requests defined in the accompanying document. Each page is one sided and spaced so that each request may be cut into strips and placed in a basket. They are available for a prayer group to choose, pray into and return to the basket for the next meeting. However, whenever, wherever God calls, may we come before Him as our logo depicts on our knees before the One Who Is Holy. We give thanks for each of you who God Himself will Call To The Wall.
(This document is available by email by request at

CALL TO THE WALL PRAYER POINTS: Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and all these things shall be added unto you. Matthew 6:33
-Pray that for every issue and decision, we will seek God and His righteousness first. (Psalm 127:1) We lift JR’21 To You Lord to build this house as You see fit, a tabernacle to bring You glory. Come Holy God and dwell amongst us.
-Teach us about Your Holiness Lord, give us a passion to follow in Your ways according to the scripture from l Peter 1:16, “Be ye Holy; for I Am holy”.
-(I Corinthians 1:10) Pray and give God thanks as we partner with our brothers and sisters in Erie, Pa. and beyond who have a heart to join us on the leadership and volunteer teams for JR’21. May we be one in You Lord and walk in humility, love, and purity. Lead us not into temptation but deliver us from all evil.
-(I Timothy 2:1-4) Pray for Pastor Mike Chorey, Director of JR’21, and his family during this time of preparation. Protection and direction in the decisions to be made. As he seeks the Lord may he hear clearly the way in which to walk each day.
-Pray for Bob Gogel our operations director and his family, as he works on the myriads of details for JR’21. Pray for Jean Crosby and the office staff; for Phyllis Stallard as she handles registration for JR’21.
-(3 John 1:2) Pray for our staff, the captains and volunteers of the JR’21 teams to be surrendered and protected by Almighty God, kept in perfect health throughout this season; His strength, their joy.
-Pray for churches, youth groups, and families to register for JR’21, every seat to be filled at the Conference Center as well as room blocks at the hotels. May the young and old alike be encouraged, refreshed, and brought into a deeper relationship with our Holy God, and leave filled with His Spirit.
-(Galatians 5:1) Pray for Darryl and Tracy Strawberry and the messages they will bring to JR’21.
-Pray for Charity Gayle and her band to lead us into the throne room of Almighty God. May God’s glory fall upon us, may we be undone before Him.
-(1 Corinthians 6:19,20) Pray for Pam Stenzel, the messages and teaching she will bring on sexual purity. Pray for the liaison for Pam as well as the right liaisons for all of our speakers and artists. May they be ministered to as they come to minister.
-(Romans 6:4) Pray for John Smith who will speak after the movie, “Breakthrough,” for God’s anointing; souls saved, bodies healed by God’s resurrection power that night and throughout the conference.
-Pray for Anne Graham Lotz and the message she will bring to JR’21. We thank The Lord for her life, testimony, and encounter with the Holy Spirit as all give glory to God.
-Pray for Joshua Aaron as he travels from Israel to join JR’21 to lead us in worship. Pray that all of our worship would be pleasing and a fragrance before God and that all would be free to enter in at JR’21.
-(Proverbs 4:4-5) Pray that the students will be burdened for the lost in their schools, that they would be bold to share the Gospel with family and friends, to be on fire for God. Pray for Christian Schools and Home Schools to get on board and come.
-(Matthew 19:14) Pray for the development of our K-5 youth program this year. For the JR Power Sessions to bring these young ones into the knowledge and Holiness of who You are Lord. Speak to their hearts and draw them to Yourself. Gift them and fill them with your Spirit.
-Pray for our nursery facility to be a safe and blessed place for moms and their little ones, apart yet connected via a live feed to the power sessions.
-(2 Timothy 1:8) Pray for Matthew Schuler, as the MC, shares his testimony and sings for the Lord.
-(Psalm 95:1,2) Pray for Rich Hoffman and the Joshua Revolution Worship band. Pray for the songs and sequence for our times of worship, healthy bodies and voices for all, much joy as they practice and prepare.
-(Isaiah 6:8) Pray that every volunteer will feel “called and sent” to serve at JR’21. Pray for our volunteer coordinator, Megan Peine. Pray that the fruit and gifts of the Holy Spirit will be evident as we come together.
-Pray for the Power Store to be stocked as God would have it with tangible memories of JR’21. Pray that those who will volunteer there will be great ambassadors for Jesus and JR’21.
-Pray for KC Carlsen and her team as they work on marketing JR’21. Pray that the brochures are read, and the vision received for the You Are Holy Conference, that the Lord would lead and guide them to those He will call to the conference, that the house would be full of hungry hearts.
-Pray for the staff at the Bayfront Convention Center that they might be ministered to; to see Jesus in what we are doing and hear His voice for their own salvation.
-Pray for God’s hedge of protection to be around the Bayfront and adjoining hotels, no unseen issues to occur that would negatively impact them or anyone else at JR’21.
-(II Thessalonians 3:3) Pray for the protection of all involved, for their families, homes and vehicles covered by the Blood of the Lamb kept in perfect health and peace. Pray for good weather and clear roads, safe and protected travel every day.
-Pray for our transportation team to be able to meet every need. Pray that the Lord would bring in vans and buses for those who need transportation. -Pray for on-time flights for each of those traveling by air, our speakers and artists to be well cared for.
-(1 Corinthians 14:33) Pray for clear communication and direction in all details and departments, make us one in the power of Your Holy Spirit to find unity at the Cross.
-(II Corinthians 9:8) Pray for God to provide the finances for the Conference, every debt paid. Pray for our fund-raising banquets to be successful financially but also a time of fellowship and anticipation for JR’21. Thank God for the generous hearts that have already given.
-Pray for a mighty harvest of souls, many who once were lost now to be saved by the Blood of the Lamb, free at last in Christ, filled with His Spirit and bold for Him. Pray that the truth heard and learned at JR’21 would be retained.
-Pray that our sound, staging, video and lighting would be without any problems, no technical, production or program issues. Media needs met, for Jon Burow, Griese; and those who will work with them.
-(John 4:13,14) Pray that Erie would receive and take note of JR’21 in newspapers, on radio and with local merchants. Draw them to come Lord and find your “living water.”
-Pray that those in the government of the City of Erie would come and drink from your well of salvation.
-(Matthew 28:19) Pray for those who have made decisions for Christ and will be water baptized at JR’21 giving a public declaration of their faith.
-Pray that the Lord would raise up those who will volunteer, fill them with your love in which to reach out to those who will come. Give them your gifts with which to minister, wisdom and discernment, for Your honor and glory to be seen. Pray that we would never be overwhelmed but take everything to God in prayer.
-Pray for testimonies of encounters with You Lord, changed lives, healings of bodies, minds, and spirits, miracles for Your glory. Meet your children of all ages at the altar calls when they come to seek You.
-(1 Corinthians 1:23,24; 2:2) Pray for the Message of The Cross to be communicated and understood by each person attending. The Double Cure of salvation and sanctification purchased at the Cross for an abundant, victorious life.
-(Ezekiel 33:7) Pray that the Lord would give direction and revelation to the watchmen and gatekeepers of the prayer team. Give us ears to hear what the Spirit is saying. Pray for the ministry in Jacob’s Well to be protected, the team prepared and equipped for every need and situation, filled with God’s Holy Spirit.
-(Acts 2:1-4) Pray that the Lord would baptize many with the power of His Holy Spirit and with the evidence of speaking in another tongue.
-Pray that the Lord would use us and this Conference to reach and awaken our region and churches for Himself. Change the atmosphere here in a tangible way. May we find unity in the cross of Jesus Christ alone.
-Pray for the care and feeding of all who come from a distance. Give us true and safe manna in the natural as well as the spiritual. May each sleep well during these days in the hotels, may no sickness nor virus come amongst us.
-(2 Timothy 1:7) Pray that the Lord would build JR’21 in every detail, that we would walk in peace and joy. Fear, worry and frustrations would be left at the foot of the cross. Give us fresh oil for our lamps Lord to serve and love you with all our hearts.
-Pray for our prayer walk as we step out with willing hearts to be missionaries to the world around us. Give us good weather and mild temperatures this year Lord, safe footing, and Your purpose as we walk.
-(Ephesians 6:11-13) Pray that the Lord will remove any stumbling blocks that the enemy may have planned and put in our paths, no fiery darts to reach us or our families.
-(Joel 1:14) Pray that we will pray and fast as the Lord leads, coming closer to Him, walking in His Spirit, hearing His voice, denying self, and exalting Him.
-(Leviticus 20:7) Pray for our time of Communion on the 26th, that once again we would consecrate ourselves, wash our garments in the Blood of the Lamb and be ready for what the Lord will do at JR’21.
-(Galatians 2:20) Pray that all the staff and volunteers will work yoked with Jesus, empowered by His Holy Spirit, and for His glory. Pray that the identity of each person working or attending will be found in Jesus Christ alone. Pray that our eyes are stayed on Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith.
-Pray for Patty and Michael Cancilla as they head up the prayer team in each of the prayer initiatives. One team before You Lord made up of many parts.
-Pray for the Lord to bring in exactly the right number of volunteers for our teams of ushers, security, and hospitality as well as to cover every area and need for our Jr. Power Sessions.
-Pray that although we prepare for the Conference, we do not miss the advent of our Lord and Savior 2000 years ago. May we celebrate our Holy God and His gift of Jesus like never before, Merry Christmas to all!
-Pray that each one would have an increased hunger and thirst to know God and study His Word, seek His face in times of prayer and listen for His voice. Pray that our love for the Lord increases as we walk this walk that He has set before us. Help us to know and receive in greater measure the love He has for us.
-(Romans 10:17) Pray for the messages to be imparted into each heart through the power of the Holy Spirit, that each person would retain and be able to share them as the Lord wills with others, the knowledge of our living God to go forth.
-May each person, young and old, leave JR’21 sealed in the power of Your Holy Spirit, and knowing Your peace, love and protection as they transition back into the world and families from which they came.
-May each of us leave JR’21 knowing that we have met with You Lord and have experienced Your power, Your grace and Your love. May each of us leave knowing Your Holiness Lord and seeking Your Holiness to be manifested in us.

We give you thanks and praise Lord for……Look What You Have Done!

Erie Christian Business Leaders Association

Jesus’ Return by Ron Troyer

December 30, 2020



The return of Jesus at the end of the age of natural history is a topic often neglected by many Christians even though it is foundational to our eternal hope. Our enemy Satan wants to confuse and minimize this day because he knows that his rule on earth will be finished.

There are many reasons why Christians fail to pursue more insight found in scripture regarding this great event. Here are just a few.

· Many are unaware of the amount of Scripture given to us. The generation that the Lord returns is the most written about generation in the Bible. There are at least 150 chapters in Scripture in which the day of the Lord’s return is the main topic. This compares to the 89 chapters given to us in the Gospels which focus primarily on his first coming. There is a tendency to read these passages, especially in the Old Testament without meditating on the end-time meaning. One good example is the familiar chapter of Ps 2.

· Many Christians feel this topic creates too much controversy and is too difficult to understand. While even the best biblical scholars may only be scratching the surface of this great day it was given originally to a mostly uneducated group of peasants. The Lord has given us all we need to know and will give clearer insight into His Word to those who ask for more.

· Quoting from a well know end-time scholar, Mike Bickle……the Jesus seen in many end-time scriptures is very different from the Jesus that some think of. Jesus is not a heavenly Santa Claus committed to making life easy in this age. He is a zealous Bridegroom King coming to establish His Father’s glory, to vindicate His persecuted bride (Rev. 19:2) and to replace all the evil governments on earth. Therefore, He will dash nations to pieces that refuse His leadership (Ps 2:8-9, etc). Jesus’ love as a passionate Bridegroom is fierce. It is important that we are loyal to what Scripture says, rather than to traditions or religious sentiments.

The generation in which the Lord returns is the most dramatic generation in human history with two great extremes. Before He returns, the Church will witness the greatest end time revival and the most severe pressures ever seen. This turmoil will cause many in the Church who have neglected their pursuit of Jesus to fall away from biblical truth.(Matt 24:10)

As the Gospels give us a record of Jesus heart and power through His first coming, the end-time passages reveal His heart and power as He takes over the leadership of the whole earth. It is the same Man Jesus operating in the power of Holy Spirit. It’s significant to note the angels words to the apostles in Acts 1:11 regarding His return.

While no one knows the day or the hour of Jesus return, the Scripture requires those in the generation the Lord returns to know the prophetic signs and to respond appropriately. Both Jesus and Paul emphasized that the prophetic signs of the End Times can be known (Mt 24:32-34; Lk

21:25-29; 1 Thes 5:1-6; 2 Thes 2:1-11). Jesus rebuked Israel for being unable to read the prophetic signs of His first coming(Mt 16:3).

In Summary here are 5 reasons why understanding the End Times are vital for all believers:

1. Victory: To know that the Church will have victory in this dramatic time prepares us to participate in the coming revival instead of drawing back, giving up, or falling away.

2. Confidence: God is fully in control of the end-time crisis and is never surprised. (2020 may be a good example)

3. Fascination: As we understand more of Jesus leadership at the end of the age our hearts are drawn closer to Him by his love, beauty, wisdom, power and justice.

4. Direction: Greater insight into biblical truth on the end times gives us a compass in the storm. The praying Church will be the light of truth in the darkest hour in history.

5. Urgency: Understanding causes us to cultivate a spiritual hunger and depth.

And finally, I’m always interested in dialogue and insight from others who are interested in pursuing biblical understanding on this important subject. Blessings,

Ron Troyer at

Prayer Tool Box by Pastor Al Detter

January 6, 2021

Good morning friends. Dr. Ken asked me to talk about prayer this morning. It’s a good topic as we start the new year.

I’m not going to spend time today telling you what you already know – that the Bible tells Christ-followers to pray as a lifestyle and that there are many illustrations of prayer in the Bible. I hope I don’t have to sell you on prayer as part of your lifestyle.

Where we often have trouble is in doing it – and when we do pray, we often have trouble doing it with meaning and effectiveness.

By and large, Christians are not people of prayer. Very little prayer happens in the daily lives of most Christians. Only 16% of pastors feel satisfied with their prayer lives and the average pastor spends under 29 minutes a day in prayer. My experience tells me that it’s likely much less than that.

Now if that’s in the pastoral ranks, I shudder to think what it’s like in the lay ranks.

Last year I got my Moody Bible Institute alumni magazine. The question on the cover was – is your prayer life stuck in a rut.

I’ve been in prayer ruts over the years. Maybe you have too. But about 20 years ago, I discovered how to get out of a rut. You see, for years I’d try to pray for periods of time. Minutes often seemed like a long time and sometimes it was like talking to myself. It was often words without sensing God’s presence. If I wasn’t careful, I’d go for several days without meaningful prayer.

Well, I finally learned through mentors and experimentation on how to get out of a rut. For me, it was a PRAYER TOOLBOX.

Recently I had some electrical work done at my house. My friend showed up with his toolbox and it was amazing what we accomplished. We’d have been stuck without that toolbox.

Likewise, I discovered that I need a PRAYER TOOLBOX in order for me to pray with meaning and effectiveness. So for the next few minutes, I want to share my prayer tools with you. Maybe you’ll find something helpful. So what’s in my toolbox? I’m going to share 10 tools in my prayer toolbox.

  • TOOL #1 – AN APPOINTMENT – I need to arrange a daily time with God like I do other appointments. If I don’t, it’s amazing how the day gets by me. I make appointments for many things – seeing people, going somewhere, doctors, dentists. But there’s nothing more important in a day than an appointment with Almighty God.
    This doesn’t rule out spontaneous conversational prayer throughout the day. BUT, no one can convince me that we can go to the next level with God apart from specified set-apart seasons of prayer.
  • TOOL #2 – A PLACE – I need a specified, private, dedicated place where I feel comfortable using my tools. It becomes a familiar place, a secluded place, a kind of sacred place. I’ve had a number of places over the years. They aren’t fancy. I’ve used furnace rooms, remote kind of hidden rooms, and prayer rooms. But I’ve never done what Daniel did – get on my knees in front of a window 3 times a day for all to see.
  • TOOL #3 – MY PLANNER – I take my planner and look over my day before the Lord. I pray about the people I’ll see, the places I’ll go, the activities I’ll do. I need to have all that supported by prayer. And then I give over to the Lord the things that aren’t on my planner, the things that will happen that I didn’t anticipate. God is at work there as well.
  • TOOL #4 – MY BIBLE – Much of my praying is now Scripture praying. I work through a section of the Bible and pray it. I personalize it. Life-changing. Psalms. Proverbs. Isaiah. Paul! Example.
    No better words can be said than the words of Scripture as they become the foundation for prayer. They’re much better than the words I generate apart from Scripture.
  • TOOL #5 – A PRAYER BOOK – This is an incredible tool. There are all kinds of prayer books out there – some by denominations and some by private individuals. When you pray these prayers, you get into the spiritual hearts and minds of other godly people. It’s powerful and expanding to use the prayers of others and make them your own!
  • TOOL #6 – MY JOURNAL – I put my prayer thoughts on paper. The Lord often speaks to me in the prayer moment. I don’t want to lose it. This is not me – I don’t like journaling. But God has enabled me. Someday my kids will be able to read these journals to see what God and Dad were up to.
  • TOOL #7 – PRAYER LIST – I keep a notebook of people and categories for intercession. I also use the church directory. I pray through it. So many needs out there. You can spend a lot of time here especially in these days. It’s thrilling to see answers to prayer.
  • TOOL #8 – SINGING – When the Spirit moves me, I sing. I think you can see why I need a remote place. But I do a lot of singing. I’ve got a lot of songbooks – hymnals and contemporary praise songs. I pray the texts as I sing them.
    And sometimes, I create songs. I prayerfully make up a song that’s only for that moment. It will not be remembered or ever sung again. But it’s very meaningful in the moment.
  • TOOL #9 – KNEELING – I do a lot of walking around as I pray. But I won’t leave my prayer time until I kneel in prayer as an act of submission before Almighty God. There are times I get face flat before God. I have to remind myself every day who He is and who I am. This does that for me. Posture in prayer is important. And I always include 3 specific prayers while kneeling – An Abba prayer, a blessing prayer, and a priorities prayer. Explain.
  • TOOL #10 – A NOTEPAD – It’s interesting how many things come into your mind as you pray – stray thoughts about other things and topics and things coming in the day, etc. Write those things down or you’ll forget them. I believe those invading thoughts come as a direct result of praying, not straying. Many times God is speaking to you. You have 1 thing in your mind. He has another.

Well, those are my tools. I use them all frequently but not all of them every day. It’s never boring. Time flies – 30 to 45 minutes. After your prayer time, it’s amazing how fast the day goes – and before you know it, you’re back with God again the next day. I talk to Him just like I talk to people (with respect). “Hi Lord, here I am again.” And off to prayer, I go!

Folks, I’m not lobbying for you to do prayer as I do it. I’m lobbying for you to do it regularly and to do it meaningfully and effectively for you! And for you to develop your own prayer toolbox.

Faith by Nancy Ashcraft

January 13, 2021

Faith “seeds” can be uprooted and destroyed (Romans 4: 20, Hebrews 3: 12).

We are equipped to stand strong (1 Corinthians 16: 13) if we believe (Galatians 3: 22), trust God

(2 Corinthians 1: 9, 2 Corinthians 3: 4, 1 Timothy 4: 10, 1 Timothy 6: 17) and live by faith

(Habakkuk 2: 4, Romans 1: 17, Galatians 2: 20, Galatians 3: 11, Hebrews 10: 38) …

Consider this…the prophet Elijah stood boldly and bravely before 450 prophets of Baal (at God’s appointed showdown) on Mt. Carmel (1 Kings 18: 16-40).

Remember Elijah was a man whom endured great trials of faith.

… the raven fed him for three years by the brook Cherith (! Kings 17: 1-7)

… he went to a cave (1 Kings 19: 9-18) where the Word of the Lord met him.

Elijah prevailed in his relationship with God through prayer: he stood strong in faith, and rarely waivered. Elijah had many showdowns with King Ahab, Jezebel and others.

The New Testament encourages us to:

Not grow weary (Hebrews 12: 1-3).

We are not to walk by sight, but by faith (2 Corinthians 5: 7).

Faith works through love (Galatians 5:6).

God is love (1 John 4: 8, 16).

Without faith it is impossible to please God (Hebrews 11:6).

Like a body without a spirit, faith without works is dead (Hebrews 4: 2, James 2: 17-26).

Jesus is the Spirit of Faith: each child of God has received the measure of His faith (Romans 3:

22, Romans 8: 9, 16, Romans 12: 3, 1 Corinthians 8: 6, 2 Corinthians 1: 22, 2 Corinthians 4: 6-7, Galatians 2: 16, 20, Galatians 3: 22-26, Ephesians 3: 17, Ephesians 4: 7, 13, Philippians 3: 9, 2 Timothy 3: 15, Hebrews 11: 3, Hebrews 12: 2, James 2: 1, 1 John 5: 4, Revelation 14: 12).

There is a special gift of faith (1 Corinthians 12: 9). In other words, faith is for Christians, and all Christians who have received Christ have received His measure of faith. What we choose to do with what we’re given is unique for each believer.

Therefore, as children of God, we are all one in our Lord because we are all part of His body. We are unified in and by His faith, THE FAITH, when we access and operate according to the measure of His faith that He imparted to each of us. We share in His baptism when we are one with our Lord… the one baptism… progressively (Romans 1: 17, Romans 4: 11, Romans 6: 3, Romans 12: 5, 1 Corinthians 2: 12, 1 Corinthians 6: 17, 2 Corinthians 4: 13, 2 Corinthians 13: 5, Galatians 6: 10, Ephesians 1: 10, Ephesians 4: 3, 5, 13 Philippians 1: 27, Colossians 2: 7, 12, Titus 1: 4, Jude 1: 3).

God’s encouragement to us:

Come to me and I will give you rest. Learn from me for my yoke is easy and my burden light

(Matthew 11: 28-30). For the battle belongs to the Lord (1 Samuel 17: 47, 2 Chronicles 2: 20).

Awaken, awaken, awaken (Isaiah 55).

The Battle Belongs to the Lord – Worship Song Lyrics by John Michael Talbot

In heavenly armor we’ll enter the land

The battle belongs to the Lord

No weapon that’s fashioned against us shall stand

The battle belongs to the Lord

We sing glory and honor

Power and strength to the Lord

The power of darkness comes in like a flood

The battle belongs to the Lord

He’s raised up a standard, the power of His blood

The battle belongs to the Lord

We sing glory and honor

Power in strength to the lord

When your enemy presses in hard do not fear

The battle belongs to the Lord

Take courage my friend, your redemption is near

The battle belongs to the Lord The battle belongs to the lord Battle belongs to the lord…

100 biblical references that the battle belongs to the Lord

FAITH – New Testament Biblical faith highlights and scripture references:

Acts 15: 9 faith purifies

Acts 16:5 faith establishes

Acts 26: 18 faith sanctifies

Romans 1: 5 faith requires obedience

Romans 1: 12 faith comforts

Romans 1: 17 & Romans 9:30 faith reveals the righteousness of God progressively

Romans 3:22 is by faith of Jesus Christ for believers

Romans 3: 28 & Romans 5: 1 faith justifies and gives us peace with God

Romans 4: 5 faith is counted for righteousness

Romans 4:13 & Hebrews 6: 12 promises are obtained through the righteousness of faith

Romans 5: 2 faith provides access into grace

Romans 10: 17 & Galatians 3: 2, 5 faith comes by hearing the Word of God

Romans 12: 3 every believer has a measure of faith (Christ, His faith within)

1 Corinthians 2: 5 faith is in the power of God, not the wisdom of men

1 Corinthians 12 9 faith is also a gift of the Spirit

1 Corinthians 13: 13 faith abides

Corinthians 16: 13 & 2 Corinthians 1: 24 by faith we stand

Corinthians 4: 13 faith is a spirit

2 Corinthians 5: 7 we walk by faith

Galatians 2: 20, Galatians 3:11 & Hebrews 10: 38 we live by faith

Galatians 3:26 by faith we are children of God

Galatians 5: 22 faith is one of the nine aspects of the fruit of the Spirit

Ephesians 2: 8 by grace through faith we are saved

Ephesians 3: 12 we have boldness and access by faith

Ephesians 3: 17 Christ dwells in our hearts by faith

Ephesians 4: 5 there is one faith

Ephesians 4: 13 & Philippians 1: 27 we come in the unity of the faith

Ephesians 6: 16 & 1 Thessalonians 5: 8 faith is a shield … faith and love is a breastplate

Philippians 1: 25 joy of faith

Colossians 2: 12 risen with Him (Christ) through the faith

2 Thessalonians 1: 11 there is God’s work of faith with power

1 Timothy 1: 4 receive Godly edification in faith

1 Timothy 1:5 faith unfeigned

1 Timothy 3: 9 holding the mystery of the faith in a pure conscience

1 Timothy 4: 6 there are words of faith

Timothy 6: 12 fight the good fight of faith

Timothy 3:15 we gain wisdom unto salvation through faith

Hebrews 11: 3 through faith we understand

Hebrews 11: 6 without faith it is impossible to please God

Hebrews 12: 2 Jesus is the author and finisher of our faith

James 1: 3 & 1 Peter 1: 7 the trying of your faith works patience

James 2: 17, 20 faith without works is dead

Peter 5: 9 be steadfast in faith

Peter 1: 1 faith is precious

2 Peter 1: 5 add virtue to your faith

1 John 5: 4 faith borne of God overcomes the world

Jude 1: 3 we are to contend for the faith

Jude 1: 20 we are to build ourselves up in our most Holy faith by praying in the Holy Spirit.