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Appendix A

Awaken: A 21-Day Prayer Guide


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Complete Spiritual Inventory

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The Christian's Life and Growth Evaluation

"Search me, O God, and know my heart: try me and know my thoughts; and see if there be any hurtful way in me, and lead me in the everlasting

way" (Psalm 139:23-24).

PART 1: New Birth (Genuine Salvation)

Was there ever a time in my life that…

Yes No 1. I genuinely repented of my sin (Luke 13:3)? (Repentance is a heart attitude that cries, "Lord,

everything that I now know to be sin, and everything that You show me in the future to be

sin, I give it all up for Jesus Christ.")

Yes No 2. I placed all of my trust and complete confidence in Jesus Christ alone-no one and nothing else

(Ephesians 2:8; John 14:6)?

Yes No 3. I completely surrendered to Jesus Christ as the Master and Lord of my life (Acts 16:31; Romans

10:9·10)1 (Heart attitude: "I will love You, I will serve You, I will obey You forever, never to

turn back.")

Yes No 4. I knew the forgiveness and cleansing of God (Titus 3:5·6; Isaiah 1:18 ), I made my peace with

God in heaven for eternity (Romans 5:1), and spiritually I came alive (1 Peter 3:18 )?

Yes No 5. God completely transformed my life and made me a brand new person—the new birth (2

Corinthians 5:17)—therefore, the following elements are lived through the message of my life:

Yes No a. Old things passed away (attitudes, thoughts, desires, motivation, vocabulary, lifestyle, actions,

reactions) and all things became new (new heart, new love, new purpose, etc.) (2 Corinthians

5: 17)?

Yes No b. I cannot sin and get away with it without conviction or chastisement (Hebrews 12:6·8 )?

Yes No c. I do not love the things of the world (worldly lifestyles, clothes, music, crowd, standards,

philosophies, magazines, periodicals, books) (I John 2:15)?

Yes No d. I have a sincere desire to do God's will (which is never contrary to His Word) in every area of

my life (1 John 2:16·17; Matthew 7:21)?

Yes No e. I know I have the potential to understand all spiritual truth because the Author of God's Word

(the Holy Spirit) indwells me and helps me understand it; therefore, the Bible makes sense to

me when I read it (John 14:26)?

Yes No f. I cannot continually or habitually practice the same sin (1 John 3:9)?

Yes No g. I genuinely love my brothers and sisters in the family of God and love to be with them in the

house of God, studying His Word together (John 13:34)?

Yes No h. I love people with all of my heart and demonstrate it by giving of myself to minister to their

physical and spiritual needs (1 John 3: 14)?

Yes No i. God answers my prayers (1 John 3:22)?

Yes No j.


The Holy Spirit indwells my body and at this very moment is giving me absolute peace, joy,

and assurance that I am a genuine child of God (1 John 3:24)?

If you circled one or more questions NO, check this box: 

"Therefore, brethren, be all the more diligent to make certain about His calling and choosing you" (2 Peter 1:10).

PART 2: Using the Tools of Revival

God's Word

Yes No 1. Do I love to read and meditate on the Word of God?

Yes No 2. Do I understand the Bible and does God speak to me through His Word?

Yes No 3. Does my life change in response to what I read in the Bible?

4. How much time do I spend each day reading the Bible?

 None

 5 min.

 15 min.

 30 min.

 More

Yes No 5. Are my personal devotions consistent and meaningful?

Yes No 6. Do I memorize Scripture?

7. How many verses do I memorize each week?

 1-3

 4-7

 8-10

 More

Yes No 8. Do I find myself singing or praying Scripture to the Lord?

Yes No 9. Do I personalize, obey, and share God's Word each day?

Yes No 10. Am I growing to love and obey God's Word more each day?


Yes No 1. Do I value and appreciate the opportunity to pray?

Yes No 2. Does God answer my prayers?

3. When was the last time I received a specific answer to prayer?

_____ Hours

_____ Days

_____ Months

_____ Years

What was the specific prayer and answer?


4. My prayers are:

 Meaningful

 Empty words

 Repetitions

 Duty

Yes No 5. Do I regularly pray for things that only the supernatural power of God can fulfill?

6. How much time do I spend in genuine, heartfelt prayer each day?

 Meals 

5 min.

 10 min.

 15 min.

 30 min.

 _____ min.

Yes No 7. Do I believe God is pleased with my daily prayer life?

Yes No 8. Am I satisfied with my daily prayer life?


If you circled one or more questions NO, check this box: 

Realize that you are not using God's tools of revival.

PART 3: Discerning the Hindrances to Revival


Yes No l. Is it ever difficult to confess my sin to God?

Yes No 2. Do I ever find it hard to ask forgiveness from my family or acquaintances when I sin against


Yes No 3. Is it ever hard for me to admit when I am wrong?

Yes No 4. Do I have a tendency to want credit for accomplishments?

Yes No 5. Do I ever desire to get ahead and get a big name and be a success for personal gratification?

Yes No 6. Do I desire to be recognized?

Yes No 7. Is it ever difficult for me to publicly display my love for Jesus?

Yes No 8. Is it ever hard for me to express genuine love and appreciation?

Yes No 9. Do I ever try to get ahead, even at the expense of others? (Am I an opportunist?)

Yes No 10. Am I ever willing to sacrifice my own honesty and purity of life in order to be a success?

Yes No 11. Do I ever defend myself when a fault or sin is pointed out in my life?

Yes No 12. Is my primary drive to look out for myself rather than to serve others, esteem all others better

than myself, and help others be a success?


If you circled one or more questions YES, check this box: 

"These six things the LORD hates, yes, seven are an abomination to Him: A proud look ... " (Proverbs 6: 16-17).

Dealing with Sin

Yes No 1. Do I have a pure heart?

Yes No 2. Do I hate sin?

Yes No 3. Can I honestly say I have no "sin problem(s)" that I cannot get victory over?

Yes No 4. Do I confess my sins by name?

Yes No 5. Do I keep "short sin accounts" with God (confess and repent as He convicts)?

Yes No 6. Am I willing to give up all sin for God?


If you circled one or more questions NO, check this box: 

"Your iniquities have separated you from your God; and your sins have hidden His face from you, so that He will not hear" (Isaiah 59:2).


Yes No 1. Do I love what God loves and hate what God hates?

Yes No 2. Am I hurt by things that hurt the Lord?

Yes No 3. Do I delight in things that please the Lord?

Yes No 4. Do I highly value the things that God values (giving, witnessing to lost souls, studying His Word,

prayer, etc.)?

5. My value system is:

 Eternal (things not seen)

 Temporal (things seen)

 Some of each


If you circled one or more questions NO, check this box: 

"The world is passing away, and the lust of it; but he who does the will of God abides forever" (1 John 2; 17).


1. By example and proof of your life, which is more important?

 People or  Production

 Service or  Success

 Ministering or  “The Ministry”

 The worker or  “The work”

 Quality & depth or  Quantity & size

 Prayer & Fasting or  Methods & Programs

2. In order, number the following in relation to which gets the most of your discretionary time daily: _____ Television &


_____ Computer/Internet

_____ Eating

_____ Recreation

_____ God’s Word _____ Prayer

3. In order, number the following in relation to which gets the most of your discretionary money monthly:

_____ Car or pets

_____ Sports or hobbies

_____ Dating or socializing

_____ Habits

_____ God’s work (church, missions, etc.)

_____ Music (CD’s, MP3’s, etc.)

4. List your first four priorities of your daily life in their order of importance:

1. ______________________________________________________

2. ______________________________________________________

3. ______________________________________________________

4. ______________________________________________________


If your first three priorities for each day do not include your personal relationship to God, your relationship and

responsibilities to your family, and serving and ministering to others, check this box: 

PART 4: Activating the Principles of Revival


Yes No 1. Do I do exactly what I am told to do?

Yes No 2. Do I usually obey right away?

Yes No 3. Do I rejoice and praise the Lord in each act of obedience?

Yes No


4. Do I find it easy and rewarding to submit to every God-ordained authority in my life (husband,

parents, pastor, employer)?

Yes No 1. Can I truly say that I never lie, misrepresent, or mislead?

2. For what reason do I usually lie?

 Whenever necessary to get ahead

 As normal & good business sense

 To cover up another sin problem

 To look better in certain situations

Yes No 3. Can I say that I never exaggerate?


If you circled one or more questions NO, check this box: 

Realize that you are not activating God's principles of revival.

Spirit Control

Yes No 1. To the best of my knowledge right now, am I allowing Jesus Christ to be Lord and Master of

every area of my life?

If not, list any areas He is not controlling:




Yes No 2. Am I allowing the Holy Spirit to fill (control) me each day?

Yes No 3. Am I thrilled with Jesus, filled with His joy and peace, and making Him the object of my love?

Yes No 4. Do I walk by faith instead of living according to my feelings?

5. List the last three people to whom you witnessed (by your life and spoken testimony):

1. ______________________________________________________

2. ______________________________________________________

3. ______________________________________________________


If you circled one or more questions NO, check this box:  "Be filled with the

Spirit" (Ephesians 5: 18 )


There are eight summary boxes, and each one you have checked indicates a need for genuine salvation OR genuine revival.

How many summary boxes did you check? ____

"Let us search out and examine our ways, and turn back to the LORD." (Lamentations 3:40)

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