#GiveMe30HabitProject 12.01.2020 {Circle Prayers}

Welcome to the 24th habit in the #GiveMe30HabitProject!!

See this post for all the details and backstory!


This month’s habit is to pray over the same things daily!


Things have understandably been tough for all of us this year. So much has happened that we never could have seen coming. I think it’s important for us to keep in mind, no matter how discouraged we get, that the Lord knew everything that was going to take place before it happened. I truly believe He can work anything out for our good, regardless of how much damage the enemy means by it (Romans 8:28).

To round out the last of this year’s habit project challenges (and probably the last in this post series), I want to invite you to participate in what I call “circle prayers.” The idea is not my own. It comes from a Book by the title The Circle Maker by Mark Batterson.

We pray over and over (i.e. circling around and around) things and pray “all the way through” until God does what only He can.

The best way I know how to do this is to pray over a list of items/requests that you keep (either in a note in your phone or in a paper journal) every single day. Eventually God will answer these prayers in a way that you recognize and you can then them off. I like to use a note on my iphone and then use the strikethrough feature when they’re answered instead of deleting them. That way I can look back and remember the way that God came through with an answer. Sometimes it may be a breakthrough. Other times it may be a closed door. And other times you may continue to pray over things without crossing them off your list for years at a time.

I add to the list whenever something comes up. Any time someone makes a request for prayer, they go on this list. I also like to save short but powerful prayers that I find from other people on general topics and even specific topics that resonate with me. I also keep my daily declaration list in this note too.

I highly recommend that you read the book The Circle Maker (or listen to it on Audible) by Mark Batterson and implement the strategies that he mentions, but this is totally optional!

If you don’t already have a designated prayer time with the Lord, make sure you set a reminder for yourself so you don’t forget this habit! My favorite way to do my prayer time is during my morning walk. 

OK, so now that you have an idea of what the habit looks in practice and the benefits of practicing it, it’s your turn! You don’t have to do every single one of these, but these are some ideas for you to implement.


🚨 Don’t forget to share this project with others! You can share the link to this blog post as a status/post on Facebook. Feel free to save and use the image from this post, or use the ones I’ll have on my Instagram page. Whatever other means you have to get more involvement will make this project more fruitful! Tweet, email, pin on Pinterest, etc.

Also, I encourage you to keep track of your journey and use the hashtag #GiveMe30HabitProject on social media. Please tag me in your habit progress and insights! I’ll also be glad to troubleshoot sticking points. I’m Kaci M Byrd Cheeseman on Facebook and @CheeseGirlPA on Instagram.

If you want to check in daily for accountability, you can post either a photo and/or status and use #GiveMe30HabitProject #Day1, #GiveMe30HabitProject #Day2, so on and so forth. I’d love to see how it goes and repost—only if you give me permission, of course! I’ll be searching the hashtag to see who is joining in.

Reader Questions:
Do you have a regular daily prayer time?
2/ Do you pray the same prayers daily?

Remember: What is it you want to achieve? Who do you want to become? How do you want to serve others? You may not know how to get there, or even how to get started. I just ask that you trust me and help spread the message to others so they can become involved. Keep showing up, and together we will get you there, one 30 day habit at a time!

Are you ready? Let’s get growing!!

| Kaci

P.S. If you are interested in working on a specific habit and need someone to help you troubleshoot, keep you motivated, and hold you accountable, I offer coaching a variety of ways, which you can learn more about here.

My specialty is habit change and my approach is to work on mindset alongside the habit, so that it is healthy and sustainable, and this is best done via 1:1 Coaching which you can learn about here. Whether it involves your health, finances, nutrition, exercise, relationships, or personal growth, habits are the key to success. We are the outcome of what we repeatedly do. Without addressing that, there can be no change. Learn more here!

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P.P.S. I will be increasing my 1:1 coaching prices after I have my new #Moderation365 certification. Current clients will be grandfathered in at their current rate as long as they don’t lapse, but for those who are wanting to enroll as a new client, I would do so now if you are on the fence!

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