Season of Prayer: Day 14

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There are different times for us to come together and cry out to God in unity. Let’s enter a specific season of prayer, we corporately pray for God’s leading and provision into a new property for us. Praise Him, because we have exceeded the space in our current building, so let’s ask God where he wants us to go next. This time of prayer will unite our hearts, help us to hear him, and teach us God’s own heart.

Over the next two weeks, we focus on praying for our church, for God’s leading to a new premise, and God’s glory to be magnified in a new place.

I thought a good way to guide us into praying, would be to follow a simple way of praying called ACTS. It stands for Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving and Supplication.

Adoration is about telling God who He is, and glorifying Him.
Confession is about telling God who we are are where we’ve gone wrong.
Thanksgiving is thanking God for what He’s done.
Supplication is bringing our requests and needs to Him, knowing that He is faithful.

Everyday, we’ll do one part of ACTS, and over the next two weeks, may we grow closer to God, closer to one another, and celebrate the unity that we share in Jesus.

Let’s pray in faith, knowing that our good, mighty, and awesome God will be glorified in our church.


LORD WE TRUST IN YOU
DAY 14

Sunday 11th October

READ
Proverbs 3:5-6

REFLECT
Let’s trust Him. Let’s pray to Him, knowing that God is faithful, true, and right. Let’s confess our sins to Him, so that we are clothed in His righteousness. For God’s understanding is far beyond our own.

RESPOND
God, we come together as a church, to trust you. We want your glory to shine from our church. We want to be your lights, that reflect your glory, so we can love you deeper and truer. We praise you and thank you for your provision. In Jesus’ name, Amen.


The PDFs are available to download, if you wish to catch up/read ahead:

Season of Prayer Eng-Canto.pdf (142 downloads)
Season of Prayer Eng-Mando.pdf (238 downloads)

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