Mobilising, training and equipping Christians for prayer


At Jericho Walls we are passionate about equipping believers with resources that will take them deeper in their prayer life. God has called us to unceasing prayer for all people and in all circumstances. He wants us to mature spiritually and to take up our place as prayer warriors for the advancement of His kingdom.  The resources we provide will equip you with practical ways to grow in your prayer life and with inspiration to realise the impact God wants to effect through your prayers. Our resources are available in a number of different languages so more people can be equipped. Use the search function at the top of this page to find the articles that you are looking for.

History of 10 days of prayer before Pentecost

In 1861 in Paarl, South Africa, a small group prayed together every evening during the ten days between Ascension Day and Pentecost, like the first Christians who waited to be baptised with the Holy Spirit. There was great expectancy and they were not disappointed.

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Effect of prayer groups on revival

There is nothing more central and important when preparing for revival than prayer, especially prayer in small groups. This has happened in some form or another in more than 90% of all recorded revivals.

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The revival during the Second Anglo-Boer War

The Boers asked why it had to happen, but God had a bigger plan in the midst of their suffering. Boers who went to the camps as prisoners of war unsaved returned as true born-again Christians, filled with the Holy Spirit. God worked powerfully in these camps.

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The beliefs and pillars of Islam

Muslims believe that with sufficient personal merit and righteousness, and the favour of Allah, they will go to eternal heaven. It is important for Christians to know what the differences are between what they believe and the beliefs in Islam, so we can pray for them.

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The beliefs of Judaism

A Christian’s understanding of God and a Jew’s understanding of God are similar, but there are also crucial differences. Let’s look at how these beliefs differ so we are better able to share our faith in Jesus as Messiah with Jews, and let’s pray for them with great compassion in our hearts.

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The prayers of Jesus

By studying and praying the Lord’s prayers we come into a deeper understanding of what is on our Heavenly Father’s heart.

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God’s purpose for your life

It is of the utmost importance that each one of us understands why we are here and what God desires to do with our lives. God has revealed this to us in several verses in Scripture. As you pray these verses, ask the Holy Spirit to show you how this applies to your life.

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Pray for Jehovah’s Witnesses

Jehovah’s Witnesses worship one-person whom they call ‘Jehovah’, but they do not believe there is a Trinity. They believe that Jesus is the first thing created by Jehovah and that they must earn everlasting life on earth by good works, such as door-to-door evangelism. Learn more to pray effectively for Jehovah’s Witnesses.

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Power through meekness

Meekness is not powerlessness, but power under control. Jesus had power available to Him far beyond anything we could imagine. Yet He restrained Himself, even before His crucifixion. Jesus said: “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth.” How are you doing with that?

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Pray for the government

If the powers of darkness are allowed to work undisturbed, they will get control over governments and people in positions of authority. Scripture is quite clear that we should pray “for kings and all those in authority.” This is a direct instruction that we should regard seriously.

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