Power of Praying for One Another

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“I thank my God every time I remember you, constantly praying with joy in every one of my prayers for all of you” (Philippians 1:3-4)

Little Church and Lakewoodgrace, I have the privilege to pray for you every Wednesdays and Thursdays. It is a privilege to go through the prayer requests we receive and to lift up prayers for God to continue doing his amazing work through the Little Church and Lakewoodgrace.

If you would like to be prayed for, call us in the office or email to let us know how we can pray for you. You also have the opportunity to fill out the communication cards on Sundays.

Here is the thing about prayer: Prayer is a powerful ministry that every single person can engage in. It doesn’t matter how old or young you are, how physically able or not you are, how wealthy or not you are, how educated or not you are, everyone can pray. There is nothing to stop us from praying. Every single one of us has the capacity and the privilege to pray and lift up one another.

The moment you start praying, the God of the universe stops all things to pay attention to your prayers and your requests!!!

Just think about that!!!

What an awesome privilege.

“I need some things to do during these days of social isolation.” Ever find yourself saying that?

Here is something to add to our daily arsenal for the ministry of Jesus Christ. Make a list of people you will pray for and pray for them every day of this week.

Don’t try to pray for 100 people a day. Start with 3. Every day, pray for 3 different people.

Don’t know what to pray for?

  • Pray for God’s presence and peace in their lives during this uncertain times.
  • Pray that God is using this season to grow and mature their faith.
  • Pray that God uses them to be a blessing to the people around them.

If everyone reading this put this to practice, can you imagine the kind of church God can raise up in the Little Church and Lakewoodgrace?!?!

Friends of the Little Church and Lakewoodgrace“I thank my God every time I remember you, constantly praying with joy in every one of my prayers for all of you.”

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