Sunday, (Jun 23) – Pray that God will open our eyes, our hearts, and our hands to honour Him as our Lord by welcoming Him in those who are hungry and thirsty, in all who are abandoned and lonely, in refugees and migrants, in the poor and the sick. Pray that we will be alert to notice those who are overlooked or ignored, and that God will empower us with the grace and courage to move boldly to help them with whatever means we have. Pray that God will grant us the wisdom to see how seemingly simple acts of kindness, done in His name, brings glory to Him.
Monday, (Jun 24) – Pray for the Super Seniors Cell Group that will meet tomorrow, June 25, 2019. Pray that many of our senior members will be able to come for the Cell Meeting, and be blessed by the programme, the partaking of the Sacrament of the Holy Communion, and fellowshipping with one another. Pray that God will bless them with strength and good health. Pray that they will learn to age with grace, and embrace the path that God has set before them without fear or anxiety, and to welcome the changes of growing older with trust and endless hope in Christ.
Tuesday, (Jun 25) – The LCEC will be having the Church Mid-Year Review on Friday & Saturday, June 28 & 29, 2019. Pray that all LCEC members will be able to attend this meeting. Pray for God’s presence to be in the midst of the meeting, and for His guidance and wisdom upon the leaders as they review the programmes and ministries of the church in the past 6 months. Pray that the leaders will engage in meaningful discussion, grow closer as a group and nurture the bonds of unity and love. Pray that, with God’s guidance, the leaders will make decisions for the next 6 months that will be pleasing to Him, and bring Him glory.
Wednesday, (Jun 26) – Pray for the Nation: Pray that God will curtail unhealthy ‘politicking’ in our government. Pray for forgiveness for past mistakes, and for guidance and wisdom for the future for the new government. Pray for a new mindset for all politicians and law makers, that they will govern with fairness, and do that which is right; that they will be merciful, unselfish and sensitive to the needs of the people, especially those who are poor; that they will be humble and realise that they will have to give an account to God because they were appointed by Him.
Thursday, (Jun 27) –. Praise God for all Christian families. Pray that God will bless them with His favour and provide for all of their needs. Pray that all members of the family will be a blessing to one another. Pray that God will plant the spirit of leadership in husbands and fathers. Pray that wives and mothers will model respect for their husbands to their children. Pray that God will teach parents to discipline their children in the ways of the Lord, where their motive is always love, and their goal is to instil righteousness into their children’s hearts. Pray that children will obey and appreciate their parents. Pray that God will bring His perfect peace and unity into each family.
Friday, (Jun 28) – Pray for TRAC: TRAC President is encouraging pastors to begin a book club / reading club among themselves – whether electronically or being physically present together. The purpose is to share resources and ideas and be mutually encouraging to deepen the knowledge gleaned from good books. Pray that this idea will catch on, and it will spur all pastors (especially the newer ones in TRAC) to read more and widen their perspective on matters they face in this day and age. Pray also that pastors will invest reading and study time in the infallible Word of God. Pray that they will be a source of spiritual encouragement to all people in their congregation regarding the importance of letting the Bible direct their lives.
Saturday, (Jun 29) – Pray for the World: Praise God that the church is growing in Libya despite the danger Christians face by sharing their faith. Pray that God will guide and protect secret believers as they come to faith in Christ, and continue in their faith. Pray for the underground church in Libya to find ways to grow, even though they can’t be open about their faith.