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7 - 27 de Enero, 2024

21 días de oración y ayuno es un momento en el que buscamos a Dios intencionalmente todos los días en oración mientras creemos que Él se moverá de manera poderosa.

Únase a nosotros para una hora de oración en nuestro Campo de la Boston Road, o en línea en nuestro grupo Restoration City en Español Connect.

1500 Boston Rd. Springfield, MA 01129

ORACIÓN EN PERSONA

Lunes a viernes: 6am - 7am
Sábado: 9am - 10am

Guia Personal de Oración

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21 Días de Oración es Para Ti

Si sientes que Dios tiene más para tu vida, 21 días de oración es un gran lugar para comenzar a creerle por todo lo que tiene para ti. A medida que practiques buscarlo a Él primero, Él se moverá a tu favor como nunca antes. Comenzarás a ver el poder de la oración impactando tus relaciones, trabajo, familia y cada área de tu vida. Ya sea que te unas a nosotros en persona o en línea, nos encantaría que formes parte de los 21 días de oración.

Oración y Ayuno

Durante esta temporada de 21 días de oración, alentamos el ayuno como un próximo paso espiritual que puede traer claridad y revelación a tu vida. También puedes optar por ayunar en otras épocas del año mientras buscas a Dios.

AYUNO

El objetivo del ayuno es acercarse más a Dios. El ayuno bíblico siempre tiene que ver con eliminar las distracciones con un propósito espiritual; es como darle un ‘reset’ a nuestra alma y nos renueva de adentro hacia afuera. También nos permite celebrar la bondad y la misericordia de Dios y prepara nuestro corazón para todas las cosas buenas que Dios desea traer a nuestras vidas. Recuerda, tu ayuno personal debe presentar un nivel de reto, pero es muy importante conocer tu cuerpo, tus opciones y, lo más importante, buscar a Dios en oración y seguir lo que el Espíritu Santo te lleve a hacer.

Tipos de Ayunos

Ayuno Completo
En este tipo de ayuno, solo bebes líquidos, generalmente agua con jugos ligeros como opción.

Ayuno Selectivo
Este tipo de ayuno implica eliminar ciertos elementos de tu dieta. Un ejemplo de ayuno selectivo es el ayuno de Daniel, durante el cual eliminas la carne, los dulces y el pan de tu dieta y consume agua y jugo para los líquidos y frutas y verduras como alimento.

Ayuno Parcial
Este ayuno a veces se denomina “ayuno judío” e implica abstenerte de comer cualquier tipo de comida por la mañana y por la tarde. Esto puede correlacionarse con momentos específicos del día, como de 6:00 am a 3:00 pm, o desde el amanecer hasta el atardecer.

Ayuno del Alma
Este ayuno es una gran opción si no tienes mucha experiencia en ayunar, tienes problemas de salud que te impiden ayunar o si deseas reenfocar ciertas áreas de tu vida que están fuera de balance. Por ejemplo, puedes optar por dejar de usar las redes sociales o mirar televisión durante el ayuno y luego, con cuidado, vuelve a traer ese elemento a tu vida en dosis saludables al final del ayuno.

El Tiempo de un Ayuno

En Restoration City en Español, fomentamos el ayuno durante 21 días cada año en el mes de enero. Esto es parte de 21 días de oración y ayuno, una temporada de oración enfocada como familia de la iglesia. También puedes optar por ayunar en otras épocas del año para tu propio desarrollo espiritual. Es muy típico ayunar una sola comida, un día entero o tres días o más. El momento de tu ayuno no es tan importante como la fuerza de tu enfoque en Dios mientras ayunas.

ENFOQUE DIARIO · Devocional de 21 Dias

A continuación encontrará los devocionales para la oración durante los 21 días de oración. Haz click en la imagen abajo para descargar el PDF

21 Dias de Oracion Topicos & Versos.

FECHAS: 

Versos y Topicos de Oracion

Domingo 8 de Enero, 2023

Nuestra IglesiaPara donde vamos/Transición/Expansión 

Hebreos 10:24-25 “Preocupémonos los unos por los otros, a fin de estimularnos al amor y a las buenas obras. 25 No dejemos de congregarnos, como acostumbran hacerlo algunos, sino animémonos unos a otros, y con mayor razón ahora que vemos que aquel día se acerca.                 

Lunes: 9 de Enero, 2023

El Don del Espíritu Santo 

Hechos 2:38 Y Pedro le dijo a ellos, “Arrepiéntase y bautícese cada uno de ustedes en el nombre de Jesucristo para perdón de sus pecados —les contestó Pedro—, y recibirán el don del Espíritu Santo”.

Martes: 10 de Enero, 2023 

Evangelizacion 

Isaías 6:8 “Entonces oí la voz del Señor que decía: ¿A quién enviaré? ¿Quién irá por nosotros? Y respondí: Aquí estoy. ¡Envíame a mí!”

Miércoles: 11 de Enero, 2023 

Salud Mental 

Isaías 26:3 “Al de carácter firme lo guardarás en perfecta paz, porque en ti confía”.

Jueves:12 de Enero,  2023 

Ciudad, Nación, Mundo (Gobierno) 

Salmos 22:28 “Porque del Señor es el reino;  él gobierna sobre las naciones”.

Viernes: 13 de Enero, 2023 

Matrimonios 

Mateo 19:4-6 ¿No han leído —replicó Jesús— que en el principio el Creador “los hizo hombre y mujer”,[a] 5 y dijo: “Por eso dejará el hombre a su padre y a su madre, y se unirá a su esposa, y los dos llegarán a ser un solo cuerpo”?[b] 6 Así que ya no son dos, sino uno solo. Por tanto, lo que Dios ha unido, que no lo separe el hombre.

Sábado: 14 de Enero, 2023 

Familia 

Salmos 127:3-4 “Los hijos son una herencia del Señor, los frutos del vientre son una recompensa. Como flechas en las manos del guerrero son los hijos de la juventud”.

Domingo: 15 de Enero, 2023

Un Corazón para la Casa 

Juan 3:30 “A él le toca crecer, y a mí menguar”.

Lunes: 16 de Enero, 2023 

Jovenes

1 Pedro 5:5-6 “Así mismo, jóvenes, sométanse a los ancianos. Revístanse todos de humildad en su trato mutuo, porque Dios se opone a los orgullosos, pero da gracia a los humildes”.

Martes: 17 de Enero, 2023 

Propósito-Identidad en Cristo 

Salmos 66:18 “Si en mi corazón hubiera yo abrigado maldad,el Señor no me habría escuchado;” 

Miércole: 18 de Enero, 2023

Intimidad con Dios

Jeremías 29:13 “Me buscarán y me encontrarán cuando me busquen de todo corazón”.

Jueves: 19 de Enero, 2023 

Persecución – En contra de compartir y hablar la palabra de Dios. 

Mateo 5:44 “Pero yo les digo: Amen a sus enemigos y oren por quienes los persiguen”

Viernes: 20 de Enero, 2023

Arrepentimiento 

Romanos 2:2-4 “Mas sabemos que el juicio de Dios contra los que practican tales cosas es según verdad. ¿Y piensas esto, oh hombre, tú que juzgas a los que tal hacen, y haces lo mismo, que tú escaparás del juicio de Dios? ¿O menosprecias las riquezas de su benignidad, paciencia y longanimidad, ignorando que su benignidad te guía al arrepentimiento?”

Sábado: 21 de Enero, 2023 

Sabiduria, Conocimiento e Entendimiento 

Proverbios 2:6 “Porque el Señor da la sabiduría; conocimiento y ciencia brotan de sus labios”.

Domingo: 22 de Enero, 2023

Niños/KIX 

Mateo 19:13-14 “Llevaron unos niños a Jesús para que les impusiera las manos y orara por ellos, pero los discípulos reprendían a quienes los llevaban. Jesús dijo: «Dejen que los niños vengan a mí, y no se lo impidan, porque el reino de los cielos es de quienes son como ellos”.

Lunes: 23 de Enero, 2023 

Comunidad 

1 Corintios 12:25 “a fin de que no haya división en el cuerpo, sino que sus miembros se preocupen por igual unos por otros”.

Martes: 24 de Enero, 2023 

Unidad 

Hechos 4:32-33 “Todos los creyentes eran de un solo sentir y pensar. Nadie consideraba suya ninguna de sus posesiones, sino que las compartían. Los apóstoles, a su vez, con gran poder seguían dando testimonio de la resurrección del Señor Jesús. La gracia de Dios se derramaba abundantemente sobre todos ellos”,

Miércoles: 25 de Enero, 2023 

Salvacion 

Hechos 3:19 “Por tanto, para que sean borrados sus pecados, arrepiéntanse y vuélvanse a Dios, a fin de que vengan tiempos de descanso de parte del Señor,”

Jueves: 26 de Enero, 2023 

La Dirección de Dios 

Proverbios 16:3-4 “Pon en manos del Señor todas tus obras, y tus proyectos se cumplirán.Toda obra del Señor tiene un propósito; ¡hasta el malvado fue hecho para el día del desastre!”

Viernes: 27 de Enero, 2023

Pastores/Líderes de la Casa

Hebreos 13:17 “Obedezcan a sus dirigentes y sométanse a ellos, pues cuidan de ustedes como quienes tienen que rendir cuentas. Obedézcanlos a fin de que ellos cumplan su tarea con alegría y sin quejarse, pues el quejarse no les trae ningún provecho”

Sábado: 28 de Enero, 2023

Fe/Vida de Oracion

Salmos 66:19 “pero Dios sí me ha escuchado, ha atendido a la voz de mi plegaria”.

Verse: 2 Chronicles 7:14
Prayer Topic: Repentance

Devotional:
Let’s talk about repentance.

Repentance is a personal decision to turn away from sin and toward God. It’s an internal change of heart, made possible by the work of the Holy Spirit. When we repent, we’re recognizing we have done wrong and making a decision to change our ways.

To repent means to say “I’m sorry” for doing something wrong, or “I regret” what I’ve done. It also means to turn away from bad habits and behaviors that are keeping us from God, even when those things might seem harmless at first glance (like gossiping). And finally, repentance has an element of asking for forgiveness for our sins—for those things we’ve done wrong against others and against God Himself.

As you begin your journey of 21 Days of Prayer, reflect on today’s theme verse:

2 Chronicles 7:14 (ESV)

If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land.

Verse: Romans 12
Prayer Topic: Humility: Layers of Tendencies:  That we return to holiness That our bodies, actions, decisions bring honor to him.

Devotional:
Humility and holiness are two very important aspects of our lives as Christians. They are the foundation for many other things we do as Christians. 

We should be humble before God and each other because it shows that we are willing to learn from others instead of always thinking we know best, which can lead to pride or arrogance. We also need to have humility when we think about our actions, because they affect everyone around us as well as ourselves. 

Holiness is important because it makes us different from everyone else. It means that we should live our lives with purity and integrity so that people who see us can know that there is something special about us because we follow Christ’s teachings so closely.

I invite you to meditate on today’s theme verse:

 Romans 12:1-2 (NIV)
Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God—this is your true and proper worship. Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.

Verse: Psalms 143:8
Prayer Topic: Guidance/ God’s Direction: Layers of Direction: That God may direct our steps Personal Families Restoration City

Devotional:

It’s easy to lose sight of God when we are surrounded by distractions—when we are too busy with work and family life to devote time to prayer; when we’re surrounded by people who don’t share our faith; when we feel like nobody understands what we’re going through; or when we feel like nothing good can ever happen again.

But Psalm 143 is a beautiful reminder that we have a refuge in God. Be encouraged to seek Him and ask for God to order your steps. Afterall, He wants us to turn toward Him in those moments when it feels impossible to do so on our own strength alone.

Psalm 143:8 Let the morning bring me word of your unfailing love, for I have put my trust in you. Show me the way I should go, for you I entrust my

Verse: Psalms 107:13-15
Prayer Topic: Salvation

Devotional:
Psalms 107:13-15 is a great reminder that God delivers us from our troubles. We can be delivered from sickness, pain, and danger.

If you’re going through something right now, remember that God will help you get through it. He’s there with you every step of the way.

Let’s pray that God delivers our loved ones from darkness and the shadow of death so that they, too, can thank Him for his steadfast love!

Verse: Isaiah 53:5
Prayer Topic: Healing

Devotional:
Isaiah 53:5 says, “But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities: upon him was the chastisement that brought us peace, and with his wounds we are healed.”

The word translated as “healed” here is the Hebrew word for “to make whole.”

This is such a beautiful picture of how God heals us. We are broken, but He makes us whole again. He takes the wounds and bruises we have received from sin, and He heals them. He takes our pain on himself, so that we don’t have to bear it alone.

Today, take a moment to reflect on the miracle of healing through Jesus!

Verse: John 17:21-23
Prayer Topic: Unity

Devotional:
It’s easy to feel like the church is a place where people are at odds with each other. Sometimes, we feel like our brothers and sisters in Christ are all going in different directions. We aren’t sure who’s right, who’s wrong, and whether or not we’re supposed to be fighting against one another or fighting for each other.

But here’s the thing: God doesn’t want us to fight against one another. He wants us to work together. He wants us to be unified, as His body—the church—should be unified.

When Jesus prayed this prayer for unity in John 17:21-23 (NIV), he was talking about how his followers would act toward one another—not just individually but as a whole. He was asking God for the unity that would come from Him working through us as individuals and giving us the strength to work together as one body.

Verse: Ephesians 3:16-19
Prayer Topic: Community / One Body of Christ

Devotional:
Ephesians 3:16-19 is a passage that has been interpreted in many ways.

It can be read to be a simple statement of faith, or it can be argued that it is a call to action. A call to be united as one in our search to deeply know Christ’s love for us.

In either case, it is important to keep in mind that we are all called to be faithful followers of Christ, and that nothing we do will make us any less important in his eyes.

Verse: 1 Corinthians 1:10
Prayer Topic: Spiritual Health / Obedience

Devotional:
We’ve all been there. It’s a Sunday morning, and you’re sitting in church, listening to the pastor preach a sermon about how we’re all supposed to be one body of Christ. And then you start thinking, “I’m not sure what that means.”

It’s OK—we’ve all been there. But we’re here to tell you: it’s important! And this is why:


Paul wrote in his first letter to the church at Corinth to remind them of the spiritual health of their community. He knew that they were deeply connected with one another and with God through Jesus Christ, which made them one body of Christ.

He wanted them to keep working on this connection so they could continue to grow spiritually and remain healthy as a church community.

1 Corinthians 1:10 I appeal to you, brothers, by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree, and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be united in the same mind and the same judgment.

Verse: Isaiah 54:13
Prayer Topic: Our children will open their hearts to God

Devotional:
Let your prayer for today be that our children will open their hearts to the Lord.

Their peace will be great because they are being taught by the Lord.

We know that the Lord will keep His promises, give them wisdom, and guide them in the way to true happiness.

Isaiah 54:13
All your children will be taught by the Lord, and great will be their peace. (NIV)

Verse: Mathew 5:14-16
Prayer Topic: Be the Light of this World

Devotional:
With today’s prayer topic, we pray that you are encouraged to be the light to others that they may see God’s goodness.

If you have a light, always let it shine. Your light, your example and your kindness are always warmly encouraged.

May God give you a heart to share the good news of the Gospel. And may He bless the power of your example to reflect His light to those around you.

Matthew 5:14-16 –
14 “You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. 15 Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. 16 In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.

Verse: Galatians 5:22-23
Prayer Topic: Wholesome Marriages: That there is peace and unity in marriages!

Devotional:
The Bible is clear about the importance of marriage and the need for husbands and wives to be partners in love.

The Bible also says that we are to be like Christ and not like the world, which includes living in peace with our spouses. The reason for this is because God’s plan for marriage is a beautiful thing, and it is meant to bring us closer together as husband and wife.

It’s not just about physical intimacy, but also about building up one another spiritually, emotionally and physically.

Galatians 5:22-23
22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.

Verse: Ephesians 5:18-20
Prayer Topic: Worship & Praise; be filled with the Holy Spirit

Devotional:
Worship and praise are a huge part of our faith. We worship and praise God every morning in our services.

We also praise him at home, in our cars and even when we are doing certain tasks around the house. Praise is an important part of our life and it’s something that should always be present in our lives.

Praising God for all his blessings isn’t just about praising him for what he has done or is doing but also about thanking him for how far he has brought us.

We ought to be thankful to God for bringing us through our trials, tribulations and struggles because without them we wouldn’t know how good his love really is!

Ephesians 5:18-20
18 Do not get drunk on wine, which leads to debauchery. Instead, be filled with the Spirit, 19 speaking to one another with psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit. Sing and make music from your heart to the Lord, 20 always giving thanks to God the Father for everything, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Verse: Philippians 4:6-7
Prayer Topic: Peace

Devotional:
Philippians 4:6-7

Peace that surpasses all understanding

In these two verses Paul is urging us to be at peace with ourselves and with God. He wants us to be at peace with our whole selves because we are made up of many parts – mind, body, & soul. Emotions; spirit and flesh.

We cannot be at peace unless we have peace within each part of ourselves. Therefore Paul says “In everything” (v6).

It is so easy to become anxious about things outside ourselves – our job, our health or some other problem that affects us personally – but it is much harder to be anxious about something inside ourselves; something like money or our worries over a relative’s illness or any other small thing that affects us deeply. This kind of anxiety keeps us from being at peace with ourselves! We are constantly worrying about these little things but there is no need for it because God has promised that He will never leave or forsake us.

Phil. 4: 6–7
6 Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. 7 And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

Verse: Psalm 3:3-7
Prayer Topic: Protection

Devotional:
God is our ultimate protector. He is not only able to protect us from all harm, but he wants to do so. We need not fear any danger or hardship if we know that God will be our protector.

We may face dangers and sufferings, but we need not fear them if we know that God will be our protector.

When trouble comes, let us cry out for help and pray for deliverance from our troubles; then we shall find rest for our souls under the shadow of his wings.

Psalm 3:3-7
But you, O Lord, are a shield around me; you are my glory, the one who holds my head high. I cried out to the Lord, and he answered me from his holy mountain. I lay down and slept, yet I woke up in safety, for the Lord was watching over me.I am not afraid of ten thousand enemies who surround me on every side. Arise, O Lord! Rescue me, my God! Slap all my enemies in the face! Shatter the teeth of the wicked!

Verse: 2 Timothy 1:7
Prayer Topic: Power, Love & Self-discipline

Devotional:
We can gain self-discipline by following God’s commands, which will enable us to resist temptation and do what is right.

Power comes from within, but we need external help when we face temptation or when we want to resist evil desires in ourselves or others.

He teaches us how to use our resources wisely so that our life becomes a source of blessing for others around us.

2 Timothy 1:7
For the Spirit God gave us does not make us timid, but gives us power, love and self-discipline.

Verse: Psalm 94:18-19
Prayer Topic: Dominion over Anxiety and Depression

Devotional:
That we can experience the joy that comes from our salvation!
Psalm 94 is a prayer of thankfulness to God for His unfailing love and support.

The psalmist describes his life in the past, present and future as one of anxiety and depression, but he also expresses joy because of his salvation.

The first thing that God does to make the psalmist happy is deliver him from anxiety and depression.

Anxiety comes from fear or worry about the future, while depression comes from sadness or despair over problems or failure.

The psalmist describes how he felt anxiety when faced with problems in his life. He was afraid that people wouldn’t like what he had done or said; it was difficult for him to deal with problems at work; and he had many doubts about whether God would hear his prayers. But then he saw how God delivered

Psalm 94:18-19
When I said, “My foot is slipping, your unfailing love, Lord, supported me. When anxiety was great within me, your consolation brought me joy.

Verse: Colossians 1:9
Prayer Topic: Discernment

Devotional:
That we would have Knowledge of His will through all the wisdom and understanding that the Spirit gives
In Colossians 1:9 Paul prays that we would understand the mystery of God’s will.

The will of God is good, pleasing and perfect. We have knowledge of God’s will through the wisdom and understanding that the Spirit gives.

This verse does not mean that we would be able to figure out what God wants us to do without His help or guidance; rather it refers to knowing how everything fits together in His overall plan for our lives.

Colossians 1:9
For this reason, since the day we heard about you, we have not stopped praying for you. We continually ask God to fill you with the knowledge of his will through all the wisdom and understanding that the Spirit gives

Verse: Joshua 1:6-7
Prayer Topic: Restoration City Expansions

Devotional:
That we would continue to be obedient to God as He makes way for the expansion of Restoration City!
The Lord is calling us to be faithful in our obedience. He is calling us into obedience that will result in an inheritance.

He will make a path for us if we trust Him and obey His voice. He will provide what we need in order to bring His kingdom into manifestation on earth as it is in heaven.

We are called to be strong and courageous so that we can successfully navigate through life’s challenges and obstacles with joy and peace.

Joshua 1: 6-7
6 Be strong and courageous, for you shall cause this people to inherit the land which I swore to their fathers to give them. 7 Only be strong and very courageous, being careful to do according to all the law which Moses my servant commanded you; do not turn from it to the right hand or to the left, that you may have good success wherever you go.

Verse: Ephesians 4:11-14
Prayer Topic: Pastors, Leaders, Directors, Dream Team, Members

Devotional:
That these 5 ministries will be manifested in this generation!

As Christians, we are called to serve. There are many ways to serve, but I believe the greatest way we can serve is by helping those around us grow in their relationship with Christ.

In Ephesians 4:11-14, Paul encourages us to build up one another in Christ. This means that when someone comes to you for help or advice, you don’t just give them an answer and move on. You invest time and energy into helping them grow in their faith. You pray for them, listen to them and encourage them along the way.

When we reach out to others in this way, we are building up the body of Christ. We’re helping people get closer to God so they can be transformed.

Ephesians 4: 11-14
So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors and teachers, 12 to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up 13 until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ. 14 Then we will no longer be infants, tossed back and forth by the waves, and blown here and there by every wind of teaching and by the cunning and craftiness of people in their deceitful scheming.

Verse: Acts 2:44-47
Prayer Topic: Activated Faith–Be The Church

Devotional:
This scripture reminds us of how important it is to be consistent in our faith. The word “consistent” means “to remain in the same state” or “to not change.”

When we are consistent in our faith we remain steadfast and unwavering in what we believe, even if people around us don’t agree with it or want to change your mind about something.

This scripture verse reminds us not to conform to the world but rather be transformed by the renewing of our minds through God’s Word.

Philippians 1:27
27 Whatever happens, conduct yourselves in a manner worthy of the gospel of Christ. Then, whether I come and see you or only hear about you in my absence, I will know that you stand firm in the one Spirit,[a] striving together as one for the faith of the gospel

Verse: Acts 2: 44-47
Prayer Topic: Activated Faith–Be The Church That we would follow the model of the fist church!

Devotional:
Unity is not just what we have in common; it’s what we have in Christ that binds us together.

The early church was an example of how a community can become a family. We are each other’s keepers, caretakers, defenders, friends, and partners in ministry.

We look out for one another because we are one body with many parts working together for the glory of God.

Acts 2: 44-47
All the believers were together and had everything in common. They sold property and possessions to give to anyone who had need. Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.