The Prayer Shield UK

365 days of prayers, declarations and blessings over the UK led by 365 Christian leaders. The Prayer Shield brings together thousands to pray in unison for the future of our nation.

Declaration of the Day

Heavenly Father, we approach Your throne of mercy on behalf of the United Kingdom, and declare that coming generations in all four nations are set apart for the Kingdom of God. In this season of uncertainty and disruption, we declare that across this land, God is raising young people who have His mind, who are anointed to devise ‘witty inventions,’ to bring innovative solutions to long-standing issues in diverse sectors and spheres. We declare that this is their coming out season, a time for their revealing and unveiling. We declare that this generation will boldly represent God’s passion for justice and truth. By the grace and power of God, the future of the United Kingdom is secure in their hands. In the name of Jesus, we decree and declare a steadfast and persevering spirit is renewed within them. Amen.

Daniel 1:17 New International Version (NIV)

Scripture of the Day

“To these four young men God gave knowledge and understanding of all kinds of literature and learning. And Daniel could understand visions and dreams of all kinds ”.

Prayer for the Nation

Post a prayer for the UK.

Here at the Prayer Shield, we take your privacy seriously and will only use your information to administer your request. Details of how we use your data can be found in our Privacy Policy.


Most Recent Prayer

All the ungodly laws in UK we render you null and void In Jesus Mighty Name Amen

View Prayers for the Nation

Book of the Month

A Treasury of Prayer: The Best of E.M Bounds
~ Compiled by Leonard Ravenhill.

“Prayer is a solemn service due to God, an adoration, a worship, an approach to God for some request, the presenting of some desire, the expression of some need to Him, who supplies all need, and who satisfies all desires;....

Learn More

Every great movement of God can be traced to a kneeling figure

D. L. MOODY