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Praying for others
Some things we may not think about
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...try adding one each day of the month.
1. Families with limited finances
2. Someone searching for a job
3. Families without enough food
5. Children living in poverty
6. Those who are serving time in prison
7. Those who don’t have clean drinking water
9. Grief at the loss of a parent
10. Caregivers for parents
11. Hospice Workers
12. Someone learning a new language
13. Children suffering from cancer
14. Hospital Chaplains
15. Children in Foster care
16. People learning to read
17. For the unemployed
18. The terminally ill
19. Those who feels isolated
20. Increased excitement for sharing the Gospel
21. Parents of teenagers
22. Office workers
23. Medical students
24. Those caring for animals
25. Those who are elderly and confined to home
26. Firefighters and police
27. Those struggling with Multiple Sclerosis
28. Someone who causes me frustration
30. Those struggling with addiction
31. To respond to God’s call
Do we always serve the Lord with gladness?
Do we worship because we love the Lord or is it out of a sense of duty?
Are we cheerful givers or is it just expected of us?
How willing are we to forgive?
Do we understand how much we need forgiveness?
How often do we go out of the way to share Jesus?
Where do I let my light shine for Jesus?
Do we ask “Why am I here? “ “What is the real purpose of my life?”
As I leave the worship, Do I ask, “What did the Lord say to me today?”
Do I ask how it will affect my life?
What will I do about what I have heard?
Are you ever at a loss for words when you are praying?
Try these scripture references –
Giving Honor and Praise to our great God!
Luke 1:68-70, 74-75
For Guidance and Direction
Ps. 25:1, 3-5
Ps. 43: 3-4
Ps. 119: 129-136
Prayers of Thanks
I Chronicles 29: 10-15
Ps. 139: 13-18
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