Top 7 Reasons to Seek the Lord Together

He Deserves It.

Because we are proud. We don't come together to fast and pray because we're humble, but because we are not. As we fast to put down the pride of the flesh, His Holy Spirit confronts the pride in our souls. It is not our virtue that drives us together, but lack thereof. Unlike the religious leaders in John 9, we need to admit that we are not "in the know". Even with an accurate doctrinal view of God, His nature and presence does not flow through us because we are not truly a house of prayer. 
There is a need for us to admit to ourselves and each other that we hardly know Love Himself nor His great love for people. Knowing the Written Word mentally is essential, but not enough, because we have to continually grow in knowing the Living Word to allow the flowing of the Living Word through us into the lives of others. This is prayer.

We need each other's prayer based fellowship. This is the Gospel of Jesus and Us, not Jesus and me. "Every Joint Supplies..."

The Spirit flows better with unity, the fear of God grows and morale in the Body increases exponentially.

Corporate prayer impacts exponentially. Other hearts come to Christ en masse as a result of the massive presence of God felt throughout the community and because of the unity they see in people loving Jesus.
The manifest presence of God (versus the sovereign presence) when shared between believers washes us of the pride we accumulate along the way that builds up between us. Such shared moments keeps us unified in the longrun.
Corporate prayer keeps us from pegging (judging) others. No pegging in prayer. We are continually getting a deeper and greater perspective on people, especially siblings in Christ, within whom God's progressive work is always taking place. God contiunally reintroduces us to the people He is molding into the image of His Son. Our hearts stay soft toward one another here. is a part of a parachurch and laypeople's effort, not a congregation, with the sole purpose of glorifying the Lord by supporting the divine institutions of the family and local congregation through the facilitation of community-wide prayer events which are led by Christian leaders who are concerned for the eternal destiny of people and who desire to please the Lord by seeking Him together.  The representives of this effort do not speak for a central organization in this effort. There is none. is just a website. They speak for themselves and their desire to see a move of God's Spirit in our hearts. They and many other church leaders are bound by a growing friendship based on the person of Christ and prayer. Costs have been minimal because of cooperation between many leaders of various organizations who have a heart for prayer themselves. The goal of this effort is build a dialogue that raises one question: What if we came together to seek God seriously? It is believed that the impact of this dialogue will be far-reaching, because at some point God's people will move from beyond dialogue to action. When that happens, the faithfulness of the Lord will be known by many. Revival will come and many will know His great love.

...know them that labour among you... 1 Thessalonians 5:12 * ...pray for one another... James 5:6 * ...the eye cannot say to the hand I have no need of thee... 1 Corinthians 12:21 * ...there is one Body and one Spirit... Ephesians 4:4 * ...the whole body fitly joined together and compacted by that which every joint supplieth... Ephesians 4:16 * ...I pray that they may be one with us so that the world will believe...John 17:21 * pleasant it is for brothers to dwell together in unity...Psalm 133:1 "The purpose of life is companionship." *** "Worship is that form of companionship where we love on Him in response to His great love for us." *** "The most powerful drive in the human heart is the desire for companionship." *** "We inherited this drive from the One we were patterned after." *** "The difference between manipulation and leadership is motive." *** "Motive is purified and guided in the presence of God: Prayer." *** "Pride is a lifestyle of self-sufficiency, an attitude of self-entitlement and a motive for self-glorification." *** "Pride starts subtly and then turns into the aggressive enemy of real companionship" *** "The Cross and the presence of God brings fellowship (heart to heart), but the world offers only socializing (facade to facade)." *** "Every relationship has a foundation. The pride of public ministry has been a foundation for too many. At some point it consumes" *** "There is a difference between worshipping the idea that we worship God and actually worshipping God." *** "Why do we want to see prayer back in the schools, when it is no longer in our homes or churches?" *** "Corporate prayer around the Throne must return the center of church life if there is to be any hope for the masses." *** "Corporate prayer produces effective preaching, not preaching produces corporate prayer." *** "If we are so in the know, why do we no longer gather together to seek God, navigate through our haughty hearts to get a glimpse of God's heart and then pray in the lost?" *** "Christianity is not an enterprise, venture for self-discovery or political or civic organization. It is a Blood-bought fellowship of prayer focused on One." *** "Prayer-based friendships are the only ones that last." *** "Prayer-bathed friendships are not incidental to ministry, they are foundational." *** "Prayer is not a ministry of the Holy Spirit. It is the ministry" *** "It's one thing to tell somebody what we believe about Jesus, it's quite another to be able to introduce someone to our Best Friend." *** "We are more like Martha than Mary; More like Christian activists, than people of prayer." *** "We need unity in humility found at the foot of the Cross, not prideful uniformity that says: 'Look at us doing God's work'" "There has got to be a practical, excecutable strategy in place for us to dethrone the ministry of Hollywood in our homes and bring families and communities together via corporate prayer inspired by the Spirit. Technology is not the enemy; Our disobedient laziness is the enemy." ***