Prayer Points: March 11, 2018

Sunday, (Mar 11) – The 21-Day Prayer Meetings will begin tomorrow. Pray that our church members will recognize the power of corporate prayer and make time in their busy schedules to come for these prayer meetings. Pray that we will come with humble and open hearts to hear from God in worship and intercession. Pray for God’s wisdom and guidance upon all those who are facilitating the prayer meetings. Pray that the Lord will grace us with His presence, and that we will be sensitive and obedient to the Holy Spirit as He leads us in our prayers and intercessions.

Monday, (Mar 12) – Jesus would often withdraw to the wilderness and pray. Pray that we will follow His example because prayer is a key vehicle to building our love relationship with Jesus Christ. Pray that as we seek the Lord, He will speak and minister to us, and we will learn to receive, experience, and return His love. Pray that as we spend time with God, He will work to change our hearts to be more like His, that we will no longer live self-centred lives, but lives that are focused on Him and on others with pure and sincere hearts. Pray that in seeking the Lord, we will experience breakthroughs in the things we are struggling with in our lives.

Tuesday, (Mar 13) – Pray for godly shepherds and leaders in all the churches in Malaysia, that they will be filled with grace, wisdom, courage and spiritual authority to serve their people. Pray that they will provide godly leadership and vision, and boldly speak against unrighteous practices, advocate holy living, provide strategic discipleship, encourage evangelism, and demonstrate love in daily living. Pray that Christians will live a lifestyle of truth and righteousness wherever they are – in the home, school, workplace, etc.

Wednesday, (Mar 14) – Pray for the Sunday School ministry, for God’s wisdom and guidance upon the Sunday School teachers as they come faithfully every Sunday to teach the children. Pray that more children, especially those from non-church homes, will come for Sunday school, and that the children will come to know Jesus and have a personal relationship with Him. Pray for the teachers as they plan for the pre-Easter party on March 25, 2018. Pray that the party will be well attended by both children and their parents, and that our church members will take the time to get to know and connect with the non-church parents.

Thursday, (Mar 15) – Pray for the Nation: Pray for all the states in the coming GE 14, for a clean, fair, smooth and trouble-free election. Pray that God Himself will intervene and direct the flow of GE 14. Pray that God will raise up righteous, honest, sincere, capable, diligent leaders of integrity whose concerns are for the welfare of the people, and the development of the nation. Pray that the right men and women of God’s choice will be put into positions of governance. Pray against the forces of darkness that threatens to bring greater oppression and injustice, and instead, that God will bring healing and restoration to our land.

Friday, (Mar 16) – Pray for TRAC: Pray for the Youth Prayer Conference (YPC) 2018. The theme is Be A Stephen Generation. It will be held in Wesley Methodist Church Butterworth on March 18-21, 2018. Pray for the Conference Speaker, Ms Christine Chin. Pray that she will be used mightily by God to impact the lives of the youths who will be attending the conference. Pray that the YPC will result in the youths investing more time in prayer after the YPC is over. Pray for journey mercies for everyone.

Saturday, (Mar 17) – Pray for the World: In Maldives, translators encounter all kinds of issues in order to translate the Bible into the national language. Pray for God to give them creative solutions and wisdom. Pray for secret believers to find a way to celebrate Easter safely and have fellowship with other Christians. Pray God will strengthen and protect His people so they will not discouraged, but will continue to grow in discipleship and witnessing.

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