Prayer Points For The Week: Oct 23 - Oct 29 2023

Monday 23rd October – Sunday 29th October 2023


The National Prayer Altar has scheduled Sunday 29th – Tuesday 31st October, 2023 for a national solemn assembly to repent of the sins, transgressions, and iniquities of the Church in Nigeria. The focus of this solemn assembly is to address what the Bible calls “the iniquity of the sanctuary” (Num. 18: 1). Prominent among the actors in the iniquities are the priests, who have been able to act with impunity because Christians indulge them and fail to demand Godly accountability from them. This points to the need to re-check our individual salvation. There could not be so many people going to Church in Nigeria yet the country is globally reproached for corruption, greed, and lawlessness. It does not add up.

In 2009, God gave a double revelation that only 24 people would have been raptured in the city of Ibadan had the rapture taken place then. Elementary Geography teaches that Ibadan was the largest city in West Africa.

Recently, God gave another revelation of the rapture to another trusted sister in which, out of 100 remnants, only 60 were approved of God. The remnants are a group of disciples in the Church who, like the ten virgins, are awaiting the return of the Lord. When the sister cried out in the revelation on account of the severity of the judgment, the Lord told her that He would not lower His standards. This should be of great concern to every heavenly-minded Christian.

The Lord made only one promise to His people: “And this is the promise that he hath promised us, even eternal life” (1 John 2: 25). This is the only instance in the New Testament in which the Lord makes a promise to His people.

God the Father gave His Son for only one purpose: “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life” (John 3: 16). Christianity is about eternal life. Any other promise in the Church is secondary. Christians who have revelation of eternal life do not need anyone to tell them to be holy or righteous. This is the crucial teaching that is lacking in the Church.

As we approach the week of solemn assembly, let us re-check our salvation.


1. Matt. 1: 21: Thank the Almighty God for sending Jesus to save you from your sins.

2. I John 1: 9 – 10: Confess to God every sin that is witnessing against your conscience that you have offended God. Between you and God, lay everything bare and ask for forgiveness in the Name of Jesus.

3. 1 Tim. 5: 24: Pray that Holy Spirit will bring to your remembrance every sin that you might have forgotten, even though the consequences are being experienced.

4. John 6: 34 – 36: Pray for deliverance from the sin nature, called the “Adamic nature” or “the old man”. Pray that Jesus will make you free indeed from sin, transgression, and iniquity.

5. Acts 16: 31: Pray that every member of your family shall be saved. Intercede passionately for your family, particularly your children.

6. 1 Thes. 5: 1 – 6: Pray that the coming of the Lord shall not catch you unawares. Pray for soberness and spiritual alertness. Pray that you will not be disqualified on the day of the rapture.

7. 1 Tim. 2: 3 – 4: God wants all men to be saved. Intercede for the salvation of every unsaved soul. Pray that the goodness of God shall lead unsaved souls to repentance.


From 18th April 2022

TIME: 9:00pm – 10:00pm daily (Nigeria time)

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Bosun Emmanuel & Prof Kontein Trinya

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“God is our refuge and strength.…”
Ps. 46:1