How To Pray For Friends, Relatives, And Loved Ones (3 of 6) by Stan Coffey
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Series: How To Get Your Prayers Answered
Dr. Stan Coffey
I.INTERCESSORY PRAYER IS VARYING PRAYER
II. INTERCESSORY PRAYER IS DEFINITE PRAYER
III. INTERCESSORY PRAYER IS DESPERATE PRAYER
Let's just begin with just a moment of prayer. You may want to think tonight as we pray about someone in your family or someone you know, a friend, someone you know who has a special need and lift their name up to the Lord. We're going to have just a moment of silent prayer, mediation and for you just to lift up that need to the Lord, whatever it may be, and then I'll lead us in prayer before our study tonight.
I want to thank you for the laughter of little children as I came down the hall tonight, I want to thank you for the young people I saw having fellowship in the foyer. Father I thank you for all the workers who are working with our youth and our children and their dedication. We thank you for the ministry that is taking place right now in lives and hearts.
We pray for our orchestra as they practice and for our choir as they prepare in just a little while. What an important part they are Lord of our worship. We thank you for anointing them with your Spirit. We pray you'll continue to bless them.
We pray for our building committee and give them wisdom, direction, and insight Father as they do that important work of planning safe for our people to be discipled in the word of God.
We pray for Lisa and for her family. Lord how we love them and thank you for them and we pray for your healing touch upon her. We know Father that you can do what no earthly doctors can do. So we pray Father that you will guide and direct them in that surgery and we ask especially you'll give her strength and courage and faith as she faces that time.
Lord we pray for insight, we pray for wisdom and openness as we study your word tonight on this important subject of prayer, what it seems like no matter h ...
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