God responds to those who seek Him. As we begin 2021 and come before God in prayer over the next 21 days, we ask Him to help us work on ourselves, by renewing our expectations, giving us new perspectives, and by launching us forward into the plans and purpose He has for our lives. You will be tasked to complete 21 days of No Frustration, along with a unique challenge for each day. Specific scriptures are also provided to help guide you in successfully completing the challenge for the day.

Take 21 minutes of your day and divide them into three 7-minute intervals.

  • Read for 7 minutes consider the suggested scriptures. This may require you read the scriptures repeatedly. For a broader understanding, we recommend reading the text using at least two different translations. Consider translations such as the New International Version (NIV), The Message, or English Standard Version (ESV).
  • Take 7 minutes to prayerfully respond to the suggested scriptures and the challenge for the day.
  • Take 7 minutes to sit in silence and be fully present with God. You may find this to be uncomfortable or awkward. Quieting the noise both externally and internally allows you to move into your day more receptive to God’s presence and guidance.
DAY 1 – January 11 | Day of No Frustration
Consider the Plans God Has for You
Read Proverbs 19:21; Psalm 33:11, Matthew 6:33
Pray to God for complete guidance and direction for what He is doing in your life.
DAY 2 – January 12 | Day of No Frustration
Read Matthew 11:28-29
Ask the spirit to guide your words and thoughts for this day.
DAY 3 – January 13 | Day of No Frustration
Connect With a Loved One You Have Not Contacted Recently
Read John 15:12-17
Pray for your immediate family and loved ones’ spiritual, emotional, physical concerns.
DAY 4 – January 14 | Day of No Frustration
Day of No Negativity
Read Proverbs 3:1-4; Romans 12:2
Focus on the things in your life that bring you joy and peace.
DAY 5 – January 15 | Day of No Frustration
Refrain from Participating in Social Media
Read Proverbs 14:29-34
Only give attention to the things that serve you well today.
DAY 6 – January 16 | Day of No Frustration
Forgive Yourself and Others
Read Mark 11:25; Psalm 103:10-11; Ephesians 4:32
Give yourself permission to let go and move forward.
DAY 7 – January 17 | Day of No Frustration
Encourage Someone Else
Read Colossians 1:9-12
Be intentional about speaking life into someone today.


DAY 8 – January 18 | Day of No Frustration

Perform a Random Act of Kindness

Read Philippians 2:1-4

Perform a good deed for someone today. A small act can make a big impact.


DAY 9 – January 19 | Day of No Frustration

Read Isaiah 43:18-19

In the times that you feel as though things are not progressing as they should, have faith to believe that God will work it out.



DAY 10 – January 20 | Day of No Frustration

Pray for Our Leadership

Read Psalms 85:4-7

Pray for the poor and hungry; the oppressed and persecuted; those in authority; peace among nations; current events and concerns.