Monthly Prayer Sheet
PRAYER POINTS – NOVEMBER 2021
Mon 1 Pray for people who are anxious as winter approaches because of coronavirus and other illnesses.
Tues 2 Pray for pupils and students of all ages, whose new terms have already brought more disruption. Pray for school staff.
Wed 3 Pray for those facing financial difficulties because of rising fuel and food bills.
Thurs 4 Thank God that we can look to him for help and stability, no matter what our situation.
Fri 5 “My heart is not proud, O Lord, my eyes are not haughty” (Psalm 131 v 1): let’s approach God in humility, recognising his greatness and our smallness.
Sat 6 “I do not concern myself with great matters or things too wonderful for me” (Psalm 131 v 1): leave at God’s feet all that troubles you, and that you could never sort out anyway.
Sun 7 “But I have stilled and quieted my soul” (Psalm 131 v 2): remind yourself of who God is and how limitless are his love and power.
Mon 8 “Like a weaned child with its mother . . . is my soul within me” (Psalm 131 v 2): comfort and establish your soul as you come to God today.
Tues 9 “O Israel, put your hope in the Lord both now and for evermore” (Psalm 131 v 3): affirm your trust in God to take care of today and the future.
Wed 10 Pray for the expansion of Gardenmore’s ministry and service, even in these confined times.
Thurs 11 Thank God again for vaccines and all health workers.
Fri 12 Thank God for giving us all we need – and more.
Sat 13 Pray for people deprived of food, medicines and many necessities.
Sun 14 Pray for CAP’s workers and clients.
Mon 15 Genesis 3 v 8: “Prayer, in Jesus’ name and the power of the Spirit, is the restoration of that single most precious thing we had with God in the beginning – free communication with him” (Tim Keller).
Tues 16 Let’s pray that we might follow Jesus (Matthew 4 v 19), knowing he will lead us unerringly.
Wed 17 Let’s pray that we might respond in faith to Jesus (Mark 2 v 5), knowing he is entirely trustworthy.
Thurs 18 Let’s pray that we may confidently tell Jesus all our needs (Mark 10 v 51), knowing that he answers prayer.
Fri 19 Let’s pray that we might never accuse Jesus of not caring about us (Mark 4 v 38), knowing that his sacrifice on the cross showed us the extent of his love for us.
Sat 20 “If there is any lack in the One who has undertaken to save us, nothing we can do will help to make it up; and if there is no lack in Him, then He, of himself and in himself, is enough” (Hannah Whitall Smith).
Sun 21 Centre your thoughts on Jesus, “the faithful and true witness, the ruler of God’s creation” (Revelation 3 v 14).
Mon 22 Pray for the people of Afghanistan.
Tues 23 Pray for Christians in prison.
Wed 24 Pray for our country and government.
Thurs 25 Pray for members of our congregation.
Fri 26 Pray for all churches seeking to honour God’s name.
Sat 27 Pray for people struggling with illness or bereavement.
Sun 28 Pray for people who feel isolated and lonely.
Mon 29 Pray for a breakthrough in the life of someone you know.
Tues 30 “God created the world out of nothing, and as long as we are nothing, He can make something out of us” (Martin Luther).