Wednesday, March 17, 2010


Will you take a few moments to join with me in prayer?

Lord, we love you. (1 John 4:19) We thank you, Father, for all that you have given us. For all the care and beauty of our daily lives, but especially for the gift of your Son and our salvation. (2 Corinthians 9:15) We come to you with our everything, for it was all given by you. (Philippians 4:6)

We have loved ones who need you, Lord. They don’t know the comfort you bring. Please open their hearts to your message. We pray for those who will witness to them. We know that you will provide the words at the right time. (Matthew 10:19)

We thank you, Lord, for those who spread your word, (Romans 10:14) for the preachers, the leaders, those who pass out tracts, for those who visit and minister. Let them know how much they are appreciated, that their witness to your word is necessary. (Isaiah 55:11) Give them strength when they tire and fill them with zeal for those reaching out for more.

We have need, Lord, for your healing. Physical needs require the touch of your hand. Loved ones are reaching out for the healing that comes from simply touching the hem of your garment (Matthew 14:36). Some are walking through that valley (Psalms 23:4) and need the comfort of your guiding hand as they come home to you.

Let us never lose sight of our service in your name. (Matthew 24:40) Open our eyes to your perfect will in our life. (Romans 12:2)

Create in me a clean heart, O God. (Psalm 51:10) Where I’ve known to do better (James 4:17) I acknowledge my transgressions, admitting with regret where sin has entered. (1 Chronicles 21:8) Forgive me, Lord.

In Thy name, we pray (Jude 1:25).


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