Prayers for December 30 – December 31
To the Global Company of Intercessors
Only a few mornings ago a light from the guest bedroom beckoned…I walked to the window and looked up into a sky of twinkling stars and a waning crescent moon. I gave thanks to the One who made the heavens so skillfully…who made the moon and stars to rule the night. Now the sky is streaked with pink, birds are flitting from tree branch to tree branch…a bird calls, the squirrels are awake. I love early morning, boldness, quietness, books, warmth, peace, children, surprises and contemplative prayer. I do not like brashness, pain, illness, co-dependency, negative feelings, ugliness and divorce.
O, our Lord is coming back to earth again! As we come to the close of 2015 it is my prayer that you will continue to pray united prayers for the nations, and invite others to join you! Where two or three are gathered together Jesus is present!
I encourage you to pray excerpts from a prayer that I wrote to help me stay the course: Father-God, You for calling me to be a fellow workman — a joint promoter and a laborer together — with You. I commit to pray and not to give up. Jesus, You are the Son of God and the Divine Intercessor who sits in heavenly places. You are my High Priest, and You understand my weaknesses. So I come boldly to the throne of my gracious God. There I receive mercy and find grace to help when I need it to help me pray with intent and purpose. You made Christ, Who never sinned, to be the offering for our sin, so that we could be made right with You. Now my earnest (heartfelt, continued) prayer makes tremendous power available — dynamic in its working. Father, I live in You — abide vitally united to You — and Your words remain in me and continue to live in my heart. Therefore, I ask whatever I will, and it shall be done for me. When I produce much fruit it brings great glory to my Father — the Father of my Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.
It is my prayer that you will be invigorated and strengthened for the prayer assignments of 2015!
Your Partner in Prayer