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Daily Prayer

Daily Prayer book

Abused women – 12th June 2018

Lord, I pray for those women who will be abused today. Grant them the determination to maintain their dignity and the will and courage to report the incident to the law enforcement authorities. Restrain those men who feel inclined to molest women and help them to control the desires that dominate them. I ask it in Jesus’ name – AMEN.

Starting a new business – 11th June 2018

I pray Lord for those people who will be starting a new business today. Grant them a successful opening day and sufficient encouragement to want to continue. Give them perseverance and determination but patience and persistence as well. Help them to dedicate their enterprise to you and grant them success. I ask in Christ’s name – AMEN.

Instructing young people – 10th June 2018

Lord God, I pray today for all people who will teach, guide and instruct young people in the things of the Christian faith today. If they teach little children in Sunday Schools, help them to focus on the Bible. If they instruct older children help them to impart insight into the gospel stories they will tell and grant growth. I ask in Jesus’ name – AMEN.

Daily Devotion

daily-devotion

BE STRONG

“Be men of courage; be strong”.

1 Cor 16:13 NIV

People who do not profess any kind of faith often assume that those who do are weak people who use their faith “as a crutch”. It is a wrong assumption. The vast majority of Christian believers derive strength from their faith and some show extraordinary strength.

“There is great strength in those who trust God. Knowing the presence of One who is utterly faithful and wise and loving gives a confidence which is undeniable. Such a spirit was displayed by Mildred Cable and Evangeline and Francesca French when they became missionaries in China. Having built up a flourishing work in Shansi province, they were made to move on and decided to continue their endeavours in the extreme north-west of the country, the ‘City of Criminals’. From there they made repeated evangelistic journeys through Central Asia, preaching and distributing Scripture. When it was time to return to England, they chose to travel overland, a long and difficult journey, deliberately going through regions where the gospel had never been heard. What was it that sustained and empowered those three brave women? They knew the secret of not relying on themselves but trusting in the Almighty. “In him they found protection, guidance and grace for every circumstance” (Soldier’s Armoury 1977, p 80).

Paul knew that with the many temptations, determined opposition and internal problems in the body of Christ, the Corinthian Christians would need to be strong indeed. Christians today have an equal need to be strong and courageous. Secular derision and contempt for faith of any kind is widespread. Moral lapses on the part of church leaders is well publicised and invites severe criticism. It destroys Christian credibility. Courage and strength are indispensable for effective witness today.

PRAYER THOUGHT
Lord, give me strength to endure in my faith.


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