Saturday Prayer Guide – March 6, 2020
This is a suggested guide you may find useful during the open time of prayer and what we as a body of Christ are focusing on in this season. There will be an opening and closing to our prayer time, the middle section is for prayer over the items below or what God has laid on your heart.
“God is not glorified until men and women think gloriously of Him. Yet it is not what people think of God that matters. God once dwelt in light which no one could approach. But He desired to speak, to express Himself. So He created the heavens and the earth, filling earth with His creatures, including mankind. He expected man to respond to that in Him which is glorious, admirable and excellent.” (A.W.Tozer Devotional—Worship)
Let them express praise and gratitude to Your amazing and awesome name— because He is holy, perfect and exalted in His power. (Psalm 99:3 VOICE)
Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. (Philippians 4:6&7 NRSVA)
“Peace doesn’t mean that you will not have problems. Peace means that your problems will not have you. Jesus told us, “In this world you will have tribulation.” Relationships may falter. Jobs may cease. Health may decline. The economy could continue to dip and turn. “But be of good cheer,” says Christ, “because I have overcome this world. . . Because if He has overcome your situation, friend, then YOU have overcome it as well … in Him.”
(Dr. Tony Evans, Rest & Peace Blog)
Reflective Conversations with God
Pause for a moment … in prayer share with God what you need to surrender today. What are your deepest desires?
After spending time talking to God about this, pray for it to be used in the service of others.
Pray that God will show you were to go (outside your comfort zone) and who needs Jesus in your sphere of influence.
Now spend some time in stillness before God and listen for His small still voice (remember conversation is a two way street – so allow time for God to speak into your life).
Thank God in advance for all He is going to do in your life and others.