DAILY PRAYER REQUESTS
Therefore I exhort first of all that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks be made for all men, for kings and all who are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and reverence. I Timothy 2:1-2
We are called to pray for all and especially those regarded as leaders over us. Our position with God is one of privilege. Because of Christ's great gift of redemption we are welcomed into Heaven's throne room as beloved children---valued members of God's own family. It is in the world's best interest for us to seek God's perfect will for all we know personally and those we know only because of their positions of authority. Who knows how our prayers will impact world events? God knows, and he allows us to take part in His master plan through the gift of prayer. What an honor it is to pray
Pray for Justin who is moving in with his dad. Both are cancer survivors. Pray that the Lord will bless them with good health and the ability to grow in their shared faith.
Pray for Becca Brown who has decided not to pursue an additional surgery at this time but is seeking an alternative treatment for the debilitating headaches and nerve pain that have plagued her since a car accident several years ago. Pray too for Vivien, a woman in the Vancouver fellowship who is having open-heart surgery soon.
Please pray for salvation through Jesus for Brenda, Alvin, Alex, Ruth, Ann, Ben, Helen, Georgia and all those who are lost.
An anonymous request: Please, Father, put Your healing hands on my granddaughter. Her fight with cancer is really hard. She is a young mom, who just got married and is working two jobs while trying to be a good wife.
Pray for the Children’s Ministry: for more people to be a part of the team. There are many permanent and substitute needs for our Wednesday and weekend services. Pray for wisdom on how to unite and bless our team. Pray for the team to be able to connect well with the kids they serve, the kids’ families, and those they are serving with.
Pray for Alissa Lauer’s brother Colin. He lost his sobriety last year after 15 years of a sober life. He ended up in jail for a DUI and is now severely depressed. He does not know the Lord, so pray that his eyes and heart would be open to receive Jesus and that he would be healed from the deep depression.
Enjoy your time in God’s presence. It is a privileged place to be.