Tuesday Prayer Meeting Guidelines

Purpose: God has called us to be a prophetic prayer group.

Therefore, we follow these scriptures:

1. John 5:19-20 19Jesus gave them this answer: "I tell you the truth, the Son can do nothing by himself; he can do only what he sees his Father doing, because whatever the Father does the Son also does. 20For the Father loves the Son and shows him all he does. Yes, to your amazement he will show him even greater things than these. (NIV)

2. Ps 25:14 The LORD confides in those who fear him; (NIV)

Note from NIV Study Bible: “Takes them into his confidence, as friends”.


  1. To look into the spiritual realm and pray what is on God’s heart. (Leaving personal problems and agendas at the door.)

  2. To yield our vessels in a way that pleases the Father. (Personal examination and repentance may be the first area we pray.) Any of the following may also take place:

    1. Worship

    2. Warfare

      1. Demonic forces may be revealed in various ways: spider, snake, rats, dragon, etc.

      2. Submit yourselves, then, to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you. James 4:7

    3. Travailing

    4. Waiting on God

    5. Deliverance

    6. Reading and praying scripture

  3. Pray until we have release. We may only pray one or two things.

Note: This is not a time to tell long stories or dreams. (It may detract from the main goal: prayer.) If you’ve been given a vision, please be brief in any explanation, give the interpretation, and then pray what God is speaking to you. If the leader feels that someone in the group is getting off track of what God has established for us to pray, the leader will redirect and restate the established objective. Also, please be sensitive to how long you pray and allow time for everyone to be included—even those who are more quiet by nature.

  1. The things we pray should be established by a witness of two or three.


Note: Even though we are called to be a prophetic prayer group; that does not mean it is for the purpose of prophesying to others what the Lord has shown us. This may happen on occasion, as the Lord leads. The things the Lord confides in us are specifically for the purpose of prayer. Therefore, the things we pray may be confidential in nature. This is never for the purpose of gossiping or uncovering a person’s problem. Remember the way of Love. For God is love…


At Coweta Community Church, we are a family of believers who are   abandoned in our worship, dedicated to a prophetic culture, and intense in our intercession, while giving of ourselves to discipleship, evangelism & missions for the sake of the Great Commission. 

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