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Please pray for the people I live with. All of them need healing touch of Jesus. Some of them need to be healed physically. Some - spiritually. Some of them need to be resurrected to God's life, to be born again. Let God touch them and reach their hearts. Thank you.
Received: October 8, 2021
PLEASE pray for my relationship with my friend Eric and we reconcile and have a good meeting on 10/11
Received: October 8, 2021
Pray for my sister, Alice Cashwell, who began chemotherapy treatments for pancreatic/liver cancer this week. Thanks for your faithfulness in prayer!
Received: October 8, 2021
Please pray for my son Ryan Franklin, he is dealing with a bad case of tonsillitis. He's down in Wilmington at UNCW and went to urgent care yesterday, but were going to get him today. He says he can't swallow and lost 10 lb so we're going to try to see if we can get him checked out some more today.
Received: October 1, 2021
Please pray for my Bell pasly to be healed on my face and side of my head please pray my husband will continue to get better after being in the hospital for 2months and is slowly recovering of a nervous PTSD anxiety break because of our family losing to relatives this past January 2021 family members healing and the Lord to bless my husband and I with a third floor apt in a new place and the funds to move thank you so much for praying for us God bless Amen️
Received: September 29, 2021
Please pray that God would work out everything I'm anxious about and give me courage and strength. Pray also that God would bless my friends and help them walk towards Him. Finally pray that God would help me in my relationship with Him.
Received: September 28, 2021
Our deepest sympathy to the following families upon their loss:
- Family of Robert Bradsher
- Family Lib Franks
- Family of Ann Coley
Our sympathy to Don Jones upon the passing of his mother, Melba Jones.
Please keep these families in your prayers.
Received: September 23, 2021
Please pray for my relationship with my friend Eric and that we reconcile and marry.
Received: September 22, 2021
Duke Hospital has denied my request to be placed on their kidney transplant list. I am still in the process of applying at UNC-Chapel Hill. I know God has me in His hands, and He has a plan even if I don’t understand or see it right now. I am trusting in Him with all my heart . . . Proverbs 3:5-6.
In addition, I had surgery on my neck on Sept 17 to repair degenerative discs. This surgery went well, and the severe pain I was experiencing is gone. Now, I only have achiness and muscle spasms which will subside as I heal from the surgery.
I only want God to be glorified in my life, and I am thankful for my many blessings including the love and support I receive from my dear church family.
Received: September 21, 2021
Please pray for the restoration of my marriage: Miguel G. and Jairy G. And for our daughter, Nazareth G., so she can have joy in her heart.
Received: September 21, 2021
New Hope prayers
- Pray that God would give us opportunities to love to love and care for the people around us.
- Pray that our church would reach out to our neighbors and share the love of Jesus in words and deeds.
- Pray for our youth, that they would engage with God during these teen years and set an example of faith in our church.
- Pray for our children, that they would grow as disciples of Jesus and set an example of faith in their homes and in our church.
- Pray for a spiritual season in the hearts of NHBC members; that they would experience new growth in the Lord.
- Pray that our church is full of saints who turn to God in prayer when they feel anxious. And that they would feel his peace.
“My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth.” Psalm 121:2
- Pray for God to lead our pastors in the decisions of finances and facilities for the upcoming year.
- Pray for our NHBC pastors…for protection, grace, guidance, wisdom, and unity as they lead the church.
- Pray for every pastor to be encouraged, empowered and filled with God’s love.
- Pray for unity in every local church: to be filled with the Spirit to focus on and follow Jesus daily.
- Pray for a peaceful, safe, and optimistic return for teachers and families.
- Pray for families that they will have grace and wisdom to help their kids through another transition.
- Pray for teachers to have hope, strength and positive attitudes vs. anxiety.
- Pray for older students, that they would not be overlooked, and for meaningful connections to happen.
- Pray for God’s wisdom upon every local city governments’ mayors, councils and staff.
- Pray for Community Safety: for wise & well-coordinated efforts among local police & other agencies.
- Pray for county, city, business and non-profit leaders to work collaboratively for greater fruitfulness.
- Pray for God to help businesses most impacted by the pandemic (restaurants, gyms, hotels, etc.).
- Pray for the local “workplace:” health, encouragement, good morale and healthy productivity.
“May the Lord answer you when you are in distress; may the name of the God of Jacob protect you.” Psalm 20:1
“May we shout for joy over your victory and lift up our banners in the name of our God. May the Lord grant all your requests.” Psalm 20:5
- Pray for parents to discern truth and have wisdom to lead their kids in life and in the education system.
- Pray for God to strengthen marriages with joy, love, and good communication.
- Pray for families to engage in healthy activities, relationships and resources that strengthen them
- Pray for God’s healing hand & wisdom to be upon COVID-19 treatments.
- Pray for local medical leadership to remain healthy & hopeful, while embracing peace, wisdom & truth.
- Pray for health care providers to have solutions & endurance to bring healing to those suffering in addiction.
- Pray for HCPs to gently and wisely speak truth on medical issues that are in conflict with God’s design.
Police and Fire Departments
- Pray for the endurance, wisdom, peace and safety of those serving in our police and fire departments.
- Pray for First Responders to be “ambassadors of peace,” bringing peace to every situation.
- Pray for more first responders to be hired, and for those hired to be of noble character.
“Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the Lord our God.… Answer us when we call!” Psalm 20:7, 9b
Please pray for our homebound members and those members in nursing homes and assisted living centers. For a list of those members, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mike & Ginger Greene – Honduras
Chaouki & Maha Boulos – Lebanon
Students Pursuing Ministry
Campbell Univ. Divinity School
– Justin L. & Taylor E.
Yale Divinity School – Victoria C.
Nicholas Vaughn – Nephew of Brian & Beth Lockamy
(NC Army National Guard)
Capt. Jesse Boyette – Nephew of Peggy Moulthrop
(US Air Force)
How do I pray?
It’s a natural question to ask, especially when you consider that prayer is the act of talking with God. So how should we pray? How ought we converse with the creator of the universe? Fortunately there are many ways you can approach prayer. Below are four different starting places to help you pray.
Practical prayer guides:
- Use an acrostic to help guide your prayer:
A —Acknowledge who God is. “God, I love You for Your (mercy, faithfulness, goodness, etc.).”
C —Confess your sin. “Father, forgive me for (my selfishness, my disobedience, my pride, etc.).”
T —Thank God for His blessings. “Thank You for (my family, my home, my church, this day, etc.).”
S —Submit your requests to God. “Father, (use my life, heal me, help me to find a job, etc.).”
- Use Jesus’ prayer as your example (Matthew 6:9-13):
- Acknowledge God’s holiness: Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name,
- Acknowledge God’s purposes: your kingdom come, your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.
- Ask for God’s provision: Give us today our daily bread.
- Ask for God’s forgiveness: Forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors.
- Ask for God’s spiritual protection: And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one.
- Use a psalm as your prayer.
- Write your own prayer in the style of psalms.