Prayer resources for 24 April 2020 Day of Prayer
What a season of history we find ourselves in. What a moment for God’s people to arise with faith and hope.
With compassion, we mourn with those experiencing loss and trauma and ask for comfort afresh.
With courage, we seek to respond with resilience and hope to the ever-changing landscape.
With care, we do all we can to support the most vulnerable in our communities.
Within community, we applaud and thank God for key workers on many frontlines.
With conviction, we seek to advance the Gospel, partnering with Holy Spirit to reach those who do not yet know Jesus.
Compelled by love we do not shrink back, but advance. One of the ways we can advance, is as a united body through prayer. With a growing sense of momentum, we are calling the Movement to persevere in prayer. We are calling you to stand in the gap. To enable you to pray we’ve produced a simple prayer outline for you to use. Think about involving all generations as you pray today. There are creative ideas for you to incorporate.
As we pray, we partner with God. We are expectant of answered prayers and testimonies of all that God is doing during this global pandemic.
Please share on social media, your pictures of how you and the church are praying using the hashtag #Elim
Please share with us your testimonies and stories of answered prayers, email@example.com
If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land. Now my eyes will be open and my ears attentive to the prayers offered in this place. 2 Chronicles 7:14-15 (NIVUK)
Commit everything you do to the Lord. Trust him, and he will help you. Psalm 37:5 (NLT)
He is before all things, and in him, all things hold together. Colossians 1:17 (NIVUK)
Download our prayer guide for the Day of Prayer
Join us on Facebook Live
On Friday 24 April, we will gather together live online using the Elim Pentecostal Facebook page to engage the Elim Movement in prayer.
Please join in at 9am where Chris Cartwright will be leading us in prayer.
Please join in at 6pm where Steve Ball will be leading us in prayer with communion. We encourage everyone to have their own communion prepared at home, using the most suitable food/drink available.
Also, we encourage you to say the Lord's Prayer at midday. We've included 3 different ways to do this which you might like to consider using.
Missed the Good Friday Facebook Live videos?
The four live stream prayer videos from Good Friday are available below to watch on-demand.
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