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Monday, March 30, 2020
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We corporately lift up prayer requests each week. Join us as we come before our Father with petitions and praises. We welcome anyone to join our group who prays regularly for the needs of the church. You can sign up here and receive the weekly prayer request by email.
 
This week, March 23-29, remember to pray for:
Jesus said, “I am leaving you with a gift - peace of mind and heart. And the peace I give is a gift the world cannot give. So don’t be troubled or afraid.” (John 14:27) Jesus promises peace because we have access to His presence. He says that peace is a gift. That means that we are freely offered peace every moment of every day. Gladly receive it. Continually go to God and ask for His peace in the middle of all our problems.
 
A prayer for you:
Dear God, I find myself so worried about __________. I don’t know what is going to happen, but I know that You are not surprised, and You are working all things together for good. Help me trust You more fully today. Increase my faith and grant me Your peace no matter what happens around us. In Jesus’ name, Amen.
 
Last week, March 16-22, remember to pray for:
In these unbelievable times, remember what Pastor Steve says, “I am a beloved child of God and I live in the His unshakeable Kingdom.” Jesus said, “In this world you will have trouble. But take heart, I have overcome the world” (John 16:33). He is present today and will be present tomorrow, so we can be set free from worry as we trust Him.
 
God told Israel through the prophet Jeremiah: “Seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile, and pray to the Lord on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare.” (Jeremiah 29:7). Christians can be great neighbors in any community by being people of prayer. Here are some ideas for your praying…
• for our leaders and authorities to make decisions for the common good with wisdom and courage.
• for the vulnerable, those at risk physically, emotionally or financially, especially the sick, isolated and elderly.
• for all medical personnel who not only face possible infection but also exhaustion.
• for the Church to rally together and grow stronger in our trust and confidence in our Lord.
• for Christians everywhere to respond to opportunities God brings to love our neighbors and give them a reason for the hope we have.
• for all of us in our fears, anxieties, loneliness or weariness.
• for God to be glorified.
 
Thank you for praying!