Sunday, (Jan 24) – Praise God that He is sufficient to strengthen us to handle whatever each day brings. Pray that He will comfort us with the truth that He is El Shaddai, the all-powerful God, that nothing is too hard for Him, and we can be confident that He is able and will work all things together for our good. As the world experiences one of the most challenging times in human history, because of the deadly pandemic, pray that we will depend more on God and less on personal strength and wisdom. Pray that we will experience Him as the All-Sufficient God who will always make a way for those who put their trust in Him.
Monday, (Jan 25) – The financial budget 2021 for Klang Wesley was presented last weekend. Pray for a good response from our church members to give cheerfully. Pray that the church leaders and heads of committees and organisations will use the finances wisely to build up God’s Kingdom both within and without the church. Pray that we will pledge not only our finances, but also our time, our talents and our lives to God. Pray that during this season, we will give generously of our resources to help those in financial need during this pandemic, and that we will also give of our time to encourage and comfort those who are experiencing loneliness because of social isolation.
Tuesday, (Jan 26) – Pray for the Nation: In the light of the declaration of the national emergency from 12 January to 1 August, 2021, persevere in prayer for the cleansing of the spiritual atmosphere in Christ’s mighty Name, that He will dispel the darkness in the unseen realms of principalities and powers and bring His light, hope and peace to our nation. Pray that His light will expose hidden motives, and cause human darkness and demonic agents to fail and flee in Jesus’ powerful name. Pray that the Lord will defeat every evil plotting of extreme, divisive and selfish partisan politics fed by the lust for power and control.
Wednesday, (Jan 27) – As all states are now under MCO 2.0 except for Sarawak, pray for the restrictions to have a positive impact in bringing down the spread of the virus, With restrictions in interstate and inter-district movement having been fully implemented, pray that the rakyat will willingly do their part to quickly bring down the daily numbers of Covid-19 infections. Pray that the public will be patient, vigilant and responsible despite “pandemic fatigue”. Pray that God will continue to strengthen the frontliners with resilience and protection as they are stretched thin from the influx of patients.
Thursday, (Jan 28) – Pray for the youths’ and children’s ministry in our church. As the youths will be re-starting their Cell Groups, pray for God’s guidance upon the Cell Leaders and Assistant Cell Leaders as they lead their respective Cell Groups. Pray that the youths, especially the younger ones, will be able to build good relationships with God and each other through the Cell Groups, and it will be a safe space for them to share their lives and needs. Pray for the Sunday School as the children continue to meet for online lessons, for good partnership between the teachers, children and parents. Pray for everyone to be flexible and to remain resilient in this time of uncertainty.
Friday, (Jan 29) – Pray for TRAC: The Wesleyan Community Methodist Church was constituted as a Local Conference on January 10, 2021. Praise God for the inclusion of this church into the family of Trinity Annual Conference (TRAC). Pray that indeed this church will be a beacon of light to the community around them. Pray that the church will remain faithful to the commission of our Lord Jesus, which is to make disciples.
Saturday, (Jan 30) – Pray for the World: Praise God for a smooth transition of power in the inauguration of the 46th President of the United States of America. Pray that the new President and Vice President will lead the nation back to the godly values upon which the nation was founded, and for the people to return to the ways of the Lord. Pray for a spirit of forgiveness and unity upon the people so that the anger and bitterness caused by the Presidential election will be resolved, and the new government will be able to move forward in rebuilding the nation.