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Daily Prayer

Daily Prayer book

Businesses in difficulty – 8th August 2018

I pray today Lord for people with businesses who are finding that they cannot continue. Help them to think through their situation carefully bearing in mind the problems of unemployment for them and their employees if they close down their business. Help them to get wise advice and to plan for the future. I ask in Christ – AMEN.

Psychological problems – 7th August 2018

I pray today Lord, for people with psychological problems. Help them to find doctors and counsellors who will be sensitive and understanding of their situation and feelings. Help them to understand the nature of their problems themselves and to take steps forward that will bring some measure of growth and maturity. In Christ – AMEN.

Pre-schools – 6th August 2018

Lord, I pray today for teachers in pre-schools. Remind them constantly of the crucial role they play in training little children for “big school” and that education is a life-long task. Help them to be sensitive to the needs of children with problems, and those from problem homes. This I ask in the name of Jesus the teacher – AMEN.

Daily Devotion



“My salvation is close at hand and my righteousness will soon be revealed”.

Isa 56:1 NIV

An old hymn used to have a line which read, “There’s a hush of expectation and a quiet in the air”. When the prophets of the Old Testament wrote their messages they usually conveyed the sense of “something is about to happen”. They lived with their ear close to the ground on spiritual matters and sensed when God was getting busy.

When Isaiah wrote these words many of the Israelites had returned to Jerusalem to discover that everything was not as wonderful as they had been led to anticipate. It gave rise to a sombre mood and a questioning as to just what God was about. The fulfilment of some of the promises made to them in Babylon was still being awaited. So there developed a feeling that God had done certain of the things he had promised but not all. They were waiting for the rest of God’s salvation work to happen. It was a kind of interim period that kept them guessing. But always God was likely to break in at any time and do mighty things.

A similar period happened in the New Testament after Jesus had ascended. The disciples and all the believers were expecting the imminent return of Christ in his glory and there was a sense that the future was likely to break in at any time. As the lapse of time increased, the expectation dimmed – or stretched out into a more distant future. We still live in that interim period between Christ’s first coming and his second. But always God is promising us his full and final salvation.

Be patient and keep waiting for God to act.


Lord, come with your full and free salvation now we pray.

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