Embracing the Power of Prayer 2015
- Our prayers are motivated out of a desire to bless and not curse. To bless our neighbor and not to judge them in regards to their behavior, beliefs, or faith.
- Just as the high priest of the Old Testament would pray for the forgiveness of the community’s sins, so we pray that God would forgive the sins of our community.
- We pray that the Holy Spirit would open the eyes of individuals to the truth. This includes the truth of their own circumstances, their own hearts and most importantly the truth of God’s love and redemptive plan. 1 Corinthians 2:6-16.
- We pray that the people of our community would experience salvation and be “born again”. John 3:3
- We pray that they might receive the love of God, and place their belief in Jesus Christ, thus entering into the promise of eternal life. We pray that they would escape the condemnation they live under apart from believing in Jesus. John 3:16-19
- We pray for the transformation of individuals and families, believing that this is only possible through the receiving of the word and the Holy Spirit.
- We pray that each home may experience the reality of God’s presence and power.
- We pray with the leading and anointing of the Holy Spirit!