What is Triplet Prayer?
A Prayer Triplet is a team of three Christians committed to praying together regularly for friends who need to meet Jesus. You and your team agree to meet for 20 minutes on a weekly basis to pray for three friends each who need Jesus (nine friends total). Begin with a three-month commitment to pray together, and after that, renew the commitment.
How does it work?
Find two friends that will commit to join you to pray for friends who need Jesus. Jesus made some specific promises to pairs and trios who pray. Matthew 18:19-20.
“Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.” Ecclesiastes 4:1
Each of you should write down the names of three friends with whom you want to share Jesus, and two friends with whom you can pray.
Now that you and your friends have committed to Triplet Prayer, decide on a day, a time and a place to meet. We suggest setting aside 30 minutes so that you will have 20 min to pray.
Use the following guide to assist you during your Triplet Prayer time. After focusing on the center point, which is the worship of God, prayer then flows naturally to the other three areas, so begin with worship. The Triplet Prayer Guide emphasis these three specific sections:
Spiritual Renewal for Yourself and Your Church The goal is to pray that your group will know Jesus better and become more like Him. This is when the needs within your group can be covered in prayer. Your focus then should switch to the renewal of the Body of Christ in your city and your nation. -Worship-
Salvation of Your Friends Each member should pray for three non-Christian friends. This means that the team will be praying, by name, for the salvation of nine people. Remember what you learned about praying for people who don’t know Jesus. Begin by asking God to intervene in the lives of your friends, reconciling them to Himself. Then boldly declare that no weapon of Satan’s will prosper—the weapon of speculations, the weapon of high things, and the weapon of thoughts. Bind his plans and stand against them in the Name of Jesus. Pray also that your friends be shielded from Satan’s thoughts and temptations. -Worship-
Pray for the World The group should pray for the worldwide work of God through His Church. The team should choose three countries of the world in which to focus their prayers. The more you know about these countries, the more clearly you can pray. -Worship-
Use a Psalm or sing a praise song.
Thank God for the privilege of praying.
Thank God for what He means to you.
Praise God for His greatness.
1. Prayer for one another: We pray . . . (choose one verse to pray through each time you meet)
that we will love God with all our heart, with all our soul, with all our mind, and with all our strength. (Mark 12:30)
that we will love our neighbor as our self. (Mark 12:31)
that God will enable us to speak the Word with great boldness and great power. (Acts 4:29)
that God will fill us with the knowledge of His will through all spiritual wisdom and understanding. (Colossians 1:9)
that God will give us a spirit of wisdom and revelation so that we may know Him better. (Ephesians 1:17)
that God will help us to give ourselves fully to the work of the Lord.(1 Corinthians 15:58b)
that we will remain in Christ, bearing much fruit, showing ourselves to be Christ’s disciples. (John 15:4; 8)
that we will live to praise Him. (Psalm 119:171)
2. Prayer for 9 (3X3) friends: We pray that our friends (name them) . . .
will be drawn to Jesus. (John 6:44)
will be saved. (Romans 10:1)
will not be blinded from the truth by Satan. (2 Cor. 4:4)
will seek to know God. (Acts 17:27)
will be convicted of sin and guided in all truth by the Holy Spirit. (John 16:8, 13)
will repent of their sin and turn to God. (Acts 3:19)
will humbly seek Christ. (John 7:37-38)
3. Prayer for the World: We pray . . . (choose three countries to pray for)
for the salvation of those not yet reached with the Gospel—that God would draw them to His Son. (John 6:44)
for God’s blessing, peace, protection, encouragement and growth for those who know Jesus, and that the Holy Spirit will enable them to fulfill their redemptive purpose. (Colossians 1:9-14; Psalm 5:11; Psalm 10:17; Philippians 2:13; 4:6-7; Colossians 2:2-3; John 14:27; Titus 2:11-14)
Where? You can meet anywhere, but the OCT Office at 780 N. Kentucky in West Plains, MO is open on Tues, Wed, Thurs from 10:00am-1pm as the Midwest Regional House of Prayer.
Who? Anyone who wants to see a move of God. This is interdenominational and connects churches.
For more information, email us or call at (417)-257-7772.
Prayer Guide taken from http://epray.yfci.org/files/2011/02/PrayerTripletBooklet.pdf