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Angela H

First let us give the Lord thanks for the abundance of all things.Please pray that the Lord would deliver his people from evil men; That the Lord would preserve his people from violent men, who plan evil things in their heart and stir up wars continually. Pray against the spirit of anti Christ,false witness,terrorism hatred and violence. Please pray and intercede without ceasing that God’s will be done in the lives of the world’s leaders and for President Trump and our leaders to seek God and listen to Him. Pray that they would be surrounded by godly counsel and, that our leadership would personally know God and the salvation found through faith in Jesus Christ alone. That we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness. God can turn the hearts of kings. Earnestly pray that the people of America and its leaders will humble themselves and seek the Lords face and turn from their wicked ways. Pray that the Lord would hear from heaven and forgive our countries sins and heal our land. God Bless America Pray that the Lord would grant peace in America, that we may lie down and no one will make us afraid. That the Lord would remove wild beasts from the land, and that the sword will not pass through our country Please pray for revival and that the Lord would pour out his spirit on his servants, throughout the world both men and women. Pray for the peace of Israel. Gods will be done on earth as it is in heaven.In Jesus Name, Amen.

Received: June 14, 2017

When God's people pray... "The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much." James 5:16b

Prayer Devotionals:

September 20, 2014
Patrick Nix
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Ask. Seek. Knock.

Matthew 7:7-11 In today’s passage, there is a promise – a most amazing promise.  This promise was given by Christ; it is unconditionally delivered to all mankind.  This is not only for a few, not even just for the Christian. It is given freely to all… the promise of answered prayer!  Do you believe these […]

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September 19, 2014
Channing Gillespie
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Teach Me to Pray

Luke 11:1-4 “Lord teach us to pray.” This phrase has both baffled me and amazed me. These men walked with Jesus. They walked with Creator God in human flesh. The one who spoke and it was… And they ask “teach us to pray.” As much as that baffles me, it amazes me all the more. […]

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September 18, 2014
Jacob Haywood
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Prayer is Crazy!

James 5:13-18 Prayer is crazy. If you really stop and think about it, prayer is crazy! First off, we get to talk to God…the Creator of ALL things, the Sustainer of ALL things, the all-powerful, the all-knowing, the always present, everywhere God of the universe. We get to talk to HIM. Prayer is crazy! But […]

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September 17, 2014
Steve Gillespie
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Never Stop Praying

“Pray continually.” 1 Thessalonians 5:17 We say it all the time. It has become part of our lingo, and we don’t realize we are saying it. Most church meetings begin with these words: Let’s have a quick word of prayer. The underlying message is, “Before we get to the important stuff, let’s rush through the […]

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July 5, 2014
Patrick Nix
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How to Pray for Your Friends

Do you ever catch yourself praying and wonder if what you are asking is even close to what God wants? I’ve prayed for men to get jobs, for new vehicles, for better apartments, for changes in circumstance and situation and then asked myself: ‘What if God doesn’t want to do what I’m asking because He knows better? Maybe He’s got bigger plans!’

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April 17, 2014
Bob Cook
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The Prayer for 1

When I was a small boy growing up, my dad was a Baptist minister, and our family lived in the house right behind the church building…it was called the parsonage. I can recall going over to dad’s study in the church building to tell him dinner was ready…and at times I would overhear him praying. Sometimes, I would sit down and listen to dad pray…

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