Sunday, (Nov 20) – Pray that Klang Wesley will grow in their desire to serve the Lord passionately. Pray that the Lord will guide and lead each of our people at Klang Wesley towards specific ministries. For ministries that lack workers, we pray that God will raise sufficient workers for it. Pray for a willingness in the hearts of our people to answer the various needs of the church. Pray that those who serve the Lord will always remember and depend on God’s grace and provision.
Monday, (Nov 21) – Commit to the Lord the YOUTH ministry of our church. Pray that God would raise more youth counselors who would be able to journey with our youths through life. Pray for the Lord’s wisdom and understanding to be upon our counselors that they may understand the different stages of life that youths are going through. Pray that the Lord will surround our youths with people who would point them to Christ. Pray that our youths will desire to draw closer to the Lord each day.
Tuesday, (Nov 22) – Pray for the holiness of God’s Church globally and locally as the Christian communion (koinonia) to constantly walk in the Spirit and not gratify the lust of the flesh (Galatians 5). Pray for the Church to uphold the importance of Sabbath Day worship because Sabbath was made for us for a grace-motivated reason. Pray for the Church to lead, guide, and encourage God’s people to live holy lives by not allowing their relationships with worldly people to corrupt and lead them away from God.
Wednesday, (Nov 23) – Pray for the Nation: Pray for the newly elected prime minister and his newly appointed cabinet ministers to rule the country with the justice, righteousness, wisdom, and discernment that comes from You, Lord. Pray for the newly elected government to fulfill their GE15 manifesto promises to address issues such as rising living costs, poverty, and economic disparity, particularly among the M40 and B40 categories, reviewing highway concessions, the standard of education and healthcare systems in our system, and country resource abuse. Pray all petitions, prayers, intercession, and thanksgiving be made for all people – for kings and all those in authority – that we may live peacefully and harmoniously in all godliness and holiness to honor Christ, our Savior and Lord.
Thursday, (Nov 24) – TRAC – 47th Session TRAC would be held from Friday to Sunday, December 2nd – 4th, 2022 at Trinity Methodist Church, PJ. Commit to the Lord our Conference Bishop, Bishop Joshua Khong as he presides over the conference. Pray for the Lord’s guidance to be upon him as he delivers the Conference Bishop’s address with clarity. Pray for the Lord’s anointing to be upon him as he leads the entire Annual Conference. Pray for the Lord’s protection to be upon his family constantly as well. Pray also for the Local Planning Committee as they make the necessary changes due to the postponement of the conference. Pray that all delegates will be able to accommodate the new dates.
Friday, (Nov 25) – Pray for church members and family who are not well. Pray that they will experience God’s tangible presence, assurance and encouragement with His Word and that God as Abba Father and Creator, provide their needs daily. Pray for God’s blessings upon doctors and nurses that He will enable them to provide the right treatment, advice and encouragement to those who need it most. Pray for the caregivers that He will also watch over them with His sustaining grace. Pray that healing and restoration come from God for His Name to be glorified.
Saturday (Nov 26) – Prayer for the World: Pray for world peace, particularly for peace between Russia and Ukraine, as it is already long nine months since their conflict saw a major escalation in February this year when Russia launched an invasion of Ukraine. Pray for God’s intervention with His power and wisdom to guide the world leaders toward peace negotiation and agreement, because the conflict has resulted in huge human suffering, damaged the global economy and also has raised fears of danger in neighbouring countries.