What Should We Pray for at Prayer Meetings?
The prayer meeting is chiefly to focus on things we need – big things!
Spurgeon said that we can prayer for gigantic things (revival in the whole country) and the small things (Tommy’s bruised knee) and we often miss the BIG things:
- For the pouring out of the Holy Spirit
- Conversions in our neighborhoods
- Our next door neighbors,
- Work colleagues
- Pray for opportunities to present the gospel
We must also pray for the church and it’s ministries
- For protection one the church
- Healing prayer
- Gendemi / Tanzania / Missions / Alison
- Ask Anything
- Women’s Bible Study
- Wednesday night Bible Study
- Sunday Morning service / Bicker with the Vicar / Adult education
- Children and youth
- Marina evangelism
- Read the Bible Together
- Marriage Savers
Here are specific ways you can pray for our nation, our families and all those in leadership at every level.
Humbling ourselves in repentance and asking God to forgive our sins and heal our land.
Our military, police and other law enforcement, firefighters, and their families.
Security and peace for the nation.
Salvation of the lost.
Renewed strength in our families.
Frontline medical workers and solutions to the coronavirus pandemic.
An end to abortion.
The president, the vice president and their families.
All those who work in the White House and in the executive branch
of our government.
Compassion and kindness toward one another.
Respect and reconciliation between races.
Healing in communities torn by violence and injustice.
Boldness for churches to stand firm with the Word of God and to preach Jesus Christ in a troubled world.
Our Congress and other leaders at the national, state and local levels.
The Supreme Court and judges across the nation.