Monthly Prayer Sheet
PRAYER POINTS – APRIL 2021
Thurs 1 Thank God that Jesus died the death we deserved, so that we might live: 1 Corinthians 15 v 21 & 22.
Fri 2 GOOD FRIDAY “The worst thing that can happen has become the best thing that can happen” (Tim Keller): 1 Corinthians 15 v 54 – 56.
Sat 3 “Easter is more than a match for any darkness” (Tim Keller): 1 Corinthians 15 v 42.
Sun 4 EASTER SUNDAY “Thank you, Lord, for the confidence your resurrection gives me that in the end all wrongs will be made right” (Tim Keller): Psalm 17 v 15.
Mon 5 Enable us, Lord, always to praise you for your mighty victory, and to live in the light of it.
Tues 6 Pray for people who feel broken by their circumstances.
Wed 7 Pray for our leaders and politicians.
Thurs 8 Pray for Larne and its people and needs.
Fri 9 Pray for your friends.
Sat 10 Acts 16 v 25 & 26: No matter how dark your “midnight”, things can change “suddenly”: pray for grace to hang on faithfully until God acts.
Sun 11 “Sing to the Lord, for he has done glorious things; let this be known to all the world” (Isaiah 12 v 5).
Mon 12 If we have to wait for God’s answer to our prayers, let’s pray that we wait with the right attitude (Isaiah 26 v 8).
Tues 13 Never give up in prayer: God says show boldness and determination (Luke 11 v 8).
Wed 14 Never give up in prayer: God says be persistent (Luke 18 v 1). There are only two alternatives: Pray or give up.
Thurs 15 Never give up in prayer: ask in faith, and specifically, for what you need (Mark 10 v 51).
Fri 16 Never give up in prayer: God answers (Psalm 65 v 2 & 5).
Sat 17 Thank you for your many blessings, Lord.
Sun 18 Thank you, Lord, for your love and power and greatness.
Mon 19 Thank you, Lord, that you can transform the broken into something new.
Tues 20 Thank you, Lord, for the sure hope that we have in you, because of who you are and what you have done in Christ.
Wed 21 “My job is to pray to be strengthened internally and to ask Him to help me live out of a pure heart for the right motives; and His job is to take care of the externals” (Joyce Meyer).
Thurs 22 Pray for all who help to keep our society functioning in difficult times.
Fri 23 Pray for care home residents and staff.
Sat 24 Pray for NHS workers in every role.
Sun 25 Pray for those who are afraid, lonely, ill or bereaved.
Mon 26 Thank God for how he has cared for you in these days.
Tues 27 Pray for children and young people struggling through the unfamiliar territory of lockdown, disruption and isolation.
Wed 28 Thank God for his forgiveness of all your sin.
Thurs 29 Pray for an open heart to forgive others.
Fri 30 “Prayer is so simple that even the feeblest child can pray, yet it is at the same time the highest and holiest work to which man can rise . . . The powers of the external world have been placed at its disposal” (Andrew Murray).