You Have Been Prayed For… COLOSSIANS 4:2

Hallelujah, praise the living God for another day to pray for you all and be used by Him. Today I offer these lines from Charles R. Swindoll.

“Our hope is strengthened when we remember that believers are standing shoulder to shoulder with each other across the globe in the same spiritual battle, enduring the same kinds of suffering, facing the same kinds of obstacles, experiencing the same kind of victory. The strength that comes from God’s caring and praying community cannot be appreciated enough.”

Colossians 4:2
New American Standard Bible 1995

Devote yourselves to prayer, keeping alert in it with an attitude of thanksgiving;

Heavenly Father, in the name of our Lord Jesus, Your servant praises and worships You.  Bless You, for providing us other shoulders to lean on in this fallen world as we pray and devote ourselves to You our Lord. Thank You for the church and the fellowship we find there. Praise You for the comfort You provide when we meet in corporate prayer and worship. Help us keep this attitude of thanksgiving each day as we wait for Jesus to return so we can continue to carry out the message and hope of the gospel to the ends of the earth. Father, we thank You that You have heard us. Amen in Jesus’ name and by the power of the Holy Spirit. 

If this prayer blessed you or brought you peace, please share this with someone in need.

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