And Jesus said to them, “Can the friends of the bridegroom mourn as long as the bridegroom is with them? But the days will come when the bridegroom will be taken away from them, and then they will fast.” — Matthew 9.15
WHAT IS THE GLOBAL BRIDEGROOM FAST?
The Global Bridegroom Fast is a monthly, three-day “global solemn assembly” of believers unified by the Holy Spirit in worship, prayer, and fasting. Focused on and sustained by experiencing the love of Jesus as the Bridegroom God (Mt. 9.15), this fast is a worldwide concert of prayer when believers unite to seek the Lord’s face— at the same time, with the same burdens, and in the same Spirit.
WHEN IS THE GLOBAL BRIDEGROOM FAST?
The Global Bridegroom Fast is held the first Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of every month during the months of January to November, & the first Monday through Sunday of December, for a total of forty days of fasting each year.
HOW CAN I BE INVOLVED?
Participate in the designated fast schedule.
Pray into the prayer focuses below.
Check Out EHOP Prayer Room hours and see where you can engage in a corporate setting.
Remember to prepare in advance to make the time of your fast as smooth as possible - including considering your pre-fast diet.
The fullness of the Holy Spirit and unity throughout the Church (Jn. 14:12; 17:2–23) Spiritual breakthrough in the worldwide Church, with unprecedented unity, purity, and power.
The great harvest (Mt. 24:14).
Over one billion souls converted by the power of God.
Worldwide revival, especially among the youth of the earth (Mal. 4:6).
Revival in Israel (Rom. 9:1–11; 10:1-4).
Fulfillment of all the prophetic promises to national Israel.
Houses of prayer (Isa. 62:6–7).
The release of God’s grace for fasting, with worship and prayer, to establish 24/7 houses of prayer in the cities of the earth, including Israel.
Wealth of the nations (Hag. 2:7–9) & the release of finances for the great harvest, the prayer movement, and the poor.
A wall of fire and protection (Zech. 2:5) - divine protection over all that is birthed through prayer.