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Scripture prayers concerning revival

The following prayer for revival is written from Scripture and can be read together as a group or by individuals as part of their prayer or devotional times.

O God, revive us so that we may rejoice in You (Psalm 85:6).
Restore us O God; make Your face to shine on us that we may be delivered from our backsliding (Psalm 80:7).
Rise up and help us; restore us to Yourself because of Your redeeming love (Psalm 44:8).
Father, grant a spirit of brokenness and repentance to us (Isaiah 57:15).

Living God, give us a fresh and powerful vision of Your holiness (Isaiah 6).
Almighty God, create in us a clean heart, and renew a steadfast spirit within us (Psalm 51:1).
O Lord, do not take away the sense of Your presence from us, and do not take away Your Holy Spirit from us (Psalm 51:11; Revelation 2:5).
Holy God, cause us to acknowledge our transgressions, and to see that our sins are ever before You (Psalm 51:3).

Father, cause us to be receptive and responsive to Your holy Word (Nehemiah 8:8-9).
Father, cause us to be broken and humble, trembling at Your Word (Isaiah 66:2).
Lord God, cause us to call on Your name, and to stir ourselves to lay hold of You (Isaiah 64:7).
Father, stir us to remove anything from our lives or churches that would hinder our experience of revival (Luke 3:4-6).

God, convict us of any unforgiveness and bitterness (Ephesians 4:30-32).
Father, as the deer thirsts for the streams of water, so cause us to thirst for You (Psalm 42:1-2).
Lord, we plead that the Holy Spirit will work powerfully among us (John 16:7).
Revive us, O God, that we will obey Your holy Word (Psalm 119:88).
O Lord, heal our backsliding; love us freely; turn Your anger away from us (Hosea 14:4).

Though our sins testify against us, restore us for Your great name’s sake (Jeremiah 14:7).
Father, we plead that You will convict and save those who belong to this church, who have been deceived about true salvation and who are actually lost. Have mercy on them and save them (Matthew 23:27-28)!
Lord Jesus, enable us to return to You as our first love (Revelation 2:4).
Father, convict us of the sin of compromise. Cause us to hate this sin and to deal with it immediately (Revelation 2-3).

Lord Jesus, free us from a spirit of self-sufficiency, and grant us a spirit of dependence on You (Revelation 2:17).
Father, I plead that You will create a spirit of praise among us (Psalm 150).
Father, enable us to deal with anything in our lives and the church that we have placed above You (Exodus 20:1-2).
Have mercy on us, and restore us to a right relationship to Yourself (Psalm 51).
O God, grant us a burden for lost souls (Romans 10:1).

Father, create within us a spirit of prayer and fasting (Colossians 4:2).
Lord, reveal to us what is not pleasing in Your sight. Give us an unceasing burden about these things until they are dealt with (Psalm 139:23).
O God, cause Your people of the church to love You with all their heart, soul, mind and strength (Matthew 22:37-38).
Father, cause Your people, the church, to love each other as they love themselves (Matthew 22:39).

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