Prayer

Do you have a special prayer request?  You may enter it below or send us a confidential email at prayer@dailycatechist.com

Our dedicated team of catechists will hold your intentions in our daily prayers.

3 Responses to Prayer

  1. Gwen McFadden says:

    Please pray for me that I will give up gambling-completely lose all desire to gamble and anything associated with gambling. I pray to the Lord that I will get my life back and become completely debt free. I pray that God heals my mind, body and spirit in Jesus name. I would like you to pray for these things for me.

    • Daily Catechist says:

      Gwen, I pray daily that the hold gambling has on your life is gone and that you can start living the life God has planned for you. Expect good things, and continue to lean unto the Lord. Sometimes just knowing someone else is out there thinking of you, and praying for you, can help. Please know that I am here, and as a sister in Christ, I am with you. You are not alone. Stephanie

  2. Fabio says:

    ECHOgram for Tuesday, November 29, 2011Prayer for Spiritual Revival in the Church in the WestThrough the Increase of Spiritual Knowledge and WisdomIntroductionOn an average, ptsoars in the West spend 5 minutes per day in prayer.There is widespread apathy among believers in the church that are dissatisfied with the quality of preaching and spiritual ministry coming from the pulpit.Therate of divorce among members of the Christian Community, including the Clergy, is rivaling that of the people of the world.In Europe, where secular humanism has overrun the church, there is a steady decline in church attendance, particularly among the young that are turning to other religions such as Islam.Liberalism and materialism is on the rise in Europe and America challenging traditional Biblical Standards of morality and ethics that were once accepted norms throughout the Western world.Despite the dismal outlook particularly in Europe, there is a glimmer of hope in the West, reflected in the astounding growth of Pentecostalism here in the U.S. and parts of Europe, particularly among the African/Caribbean churches. The largest Protestant churches in Europe are led by a Nigerian ptsoars.Prayer PointsThank God for the growth occurring through Pentecostalism and among the African/Caribbean churches that are flourishing in parts of Europe. Pray for continued growth and expansion of this move of God in the church in the West and that this will serve as a catalyst of another mighty spiritual revival mainly in Europe.Pray that believers will understand the priority of the Christian walk so they can please God and bear fruit in maturity, reflected in strong marriages and stable families that are committed to raising the next generation in keeping with Biblical standards. Pray for broken and struggling Christian marriages and homes.Pray for believers that they will understand who they are and what they have in Christ, reflected in a bold and uncompromising stand for righteousness and godliness serving as a counter culture in a decadent age. Pray for believers who choose to live beneath their privileges and giftings.Pray for believers to have a spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of Christ; God’s revelation of Himself is the rock of revelation on which we stand; pray that they might know Him and the hope of His calling and the riches of the glory of His inheritance in the saints and this spirit of wisdom and revelation in Christ will form the basis of life and ministry in the church and Christian community to send a powerful message to the world of the power of the Gospel and the hope we have in Christ.Pray for ptsoars, Christian leaders, and congregations that they might know God intimately and grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ. Fundamental to this desire to know God intimately and for growing in grace and knowledge of Christ is a strong commitment to prayer. Pray for the growth of the prayer movement among ptsoars and congregations particularly here in America and Europe.Throughout his prayer, Paul reminded the Colossians of the truths he had taught them. He prayed that they might fully understand, embrace and live out these truths on a daily basis. It is as we commit ourselves as believers to live out these truths that we will be able to withstand the impact of current onslaught of liberalism, materialism and secular humanism. Pray for ptsoars, Christian Leaders and Congregations particularly in America and Europe to commit themselves to Biblical truths in such areas as human sexuality, marriage, social justice and ministry to the poor.Most believers do not know the power available to them through the Holy Spirit (I John 4:4). Pray for an increased hunger for another major outpouring of the Holy Spirit particularly among ptsoars here in America and Europe that are struggling spiritually, burnt out, lonely and leaving the pastorate at an alarming rate due to sexual immorality.Pray for ptsoars, Christian leaders and congregations that they will fully understand what they received when they were saved. Pray that they will have no excuses for lacking awareness of their calling, their inheritance or their power. Pray for those ptsoars, instructors and professors of Bible Colleges and Seminaries charged by God with the responsibility of imparting the truths of the Bible.Pray for a visitation of God among the youth and young adult populations here in America and Europe for revival and spiritual transformation.Bishop John ArcovioSpirit-Led Worship Center, Rohnert Park, CAProphet to the Nations (Global Ministry)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>