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Scriptures Concerning Prayer
Repeatedly in the Word of God, the Lord tells us
that He wants to answer our prayers. He wants to do great things for us --
Jeremiah 33:3 says, "Call to Me, and I will answer you and I will tell you great
and unsearchable things you do not know."
And from the book of John: "If you remain in Me, and My words remain in you, ask
whatever you wish, and it will be given you" (John 15:7).
"You may ask Me for anything in My name, and I will do it" (John 14:14).
"You did not choose Me, but I chose you... Then the Father will give you
whatever you ask in My name" (John 15:16).
I John 3:22 tells us, "We have confidence before God and receive from Him
anything we ask, because we obey His commands and do what pleases Him."
What Should We Pray For?
(Prayer focus from Women's Neighborhood Prayer Intl.)
Pray for your local church and pastor.
Pray for our Government and its leaders.
Pray for our President.
Pray for our nation:
Forgive us for the abortions and not valuing life God has created.
Forgive our obsession with sexual permissiveness.
Forgive us for abandoning godly principles.
Forgive us for becoming complacent.
Pray for a spiritual awakening of Christ's Body of Believers that would begin in
each of us.
Pray for God to send a revival to our city, our nation, and our world.
Pray for families to embrace Godly standards.
Pray for our educational systems and teachers
Pray for special issues concerning our neighborhoods and your city
Pray for Christian organizations and their leadership
"Moreover, as for me, far be it from me that I should sin against the Lord in
ceasing to pray for you." 1 Samuel 12:12a
Prayers of a Father
A minister concluded his sermon one Sunday by
saying, "If there's someone here who wants help in getting to know God, and you
would like me to pray for you, please raise your hand." A young man stood up and
said, "Please pray for me, sir. The burden of my sin is too heavy to bear."
After the service the minister talked with the man and led him to faith in
Jesus. The young man had been wandering around the country for 8 years without
contacting his parents, so he decided to write to them and tell them about the
change in his life.
Several days later, a reply came from his mother: "My dear son, you must have
accepted Jesus Christ at the same hour your father went home to heaven. He had
been sick for a long time, and that day he was very restless. He tossed from
side to side on his bed, crying out, 'Lord, please save my poor, wandering boy.'
I'm sure that one of the reasons you became a Christian was Dad's unceasing
A praying father will "ask," "seek," and "knock" in behalf of his children,
persistently trusting his wise heavenly Father to do what is best (Matthew
7:7-11). Let's thank God today for faithful fathers who never stop praying for