Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Prayer4UKToday 15th Nov 2018

Our Father in heaven Hallowed be Your Name ‘ADONAI JEHOVAH LORD God Master Gen. 15:2 Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be done. On earth as it is in Heaven.

Birthing a New Season - 2    12th November 2018

“as Moses was divinely instructed when he was about to make the tabernacle. Make everything according to the pattern shown you on the mountainHebrews 8:5

Lord, even as this is a new day, we thank You for the power of revelation, anointing and Your grace within our lives. We praise You for every plan, purpose and pattern written in Heaven for the future of this nation and we thank You that Your plans are for good and not for evil.

In the Name of Jesus, we speak over the political shifts, the economic shifts, the shifts of boundaries and borders taking place, and over every associated mindset, heart and value and we decree and declare this nation will move according to Your will and Your design.

Now, we speak to the church, and we declare a fresh alignment with the Kingdom purpose for today, a shaking off of all that is past and a taking hold of the future, in Jesus Name.

NB: If you would like a transcript of the word Chuck Pierce brought concerning London, please email us on info@pftn.co.uk. This is a significant word, so please do consider reading it, even if you are based in another part of the country.

Suzanne Ferrett
Passion for the Nation

Here is the link for Chuck Pierce video:

Please pray and share with your intercessors, Bible Study Groups, Prayer Groups, Church Prayers, Men & Women’s Groups. Thank you.

Las & Arlene Ratnayake

Tuesday, 13 November 2018

Prayer4UKToday 14th Nov 2018

Our Father in heaven Hallowed be Your Name ‘ADONAI JEHOVAH LORD God Master Gen. 15:2 Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be done. On earth as it is in Heaven.

Transformation – Police   9th November 2018

“Seek the peace of the city where I have caused you to be carried away captive, and pray to the Lord for it; for in its peace you will have peaceJeremiah 29:7

We decree and declare in this nation streets will be safe, communities secure and the lives of individuals unhindered by fear or violence.

We declare the power of the love of Jesus will be fully released upon our streets and into our communities, transforming, overwhelming, melting, apprehending and spreading throughout the United Kingdom.

We thank You Jesus for the police officers who serve our communities day and night. We speak strength, favour and protection to them and healing into every wound, physical, mental or emotional, brought about by stress or experience in the fulfilment of their duties. We decree and declare they will lead the way, locally, nationally and internationally, marked out by righteousness, justice and integrity. We call forth the necessary resources in the Name of Jesus, that the police force in this nation will be funded and resourced according to Your purpose and plan.

Even as love protects: we thank You for all those You have called to physically watch over our nation; police, security services and the military. In the Name of Jesus, we declare they will be supported by prayer, protected by wisdom and honoured by community.  We speak Your peace to their families in the Name of Jesus.

Suzanne Ferrett
Passion for the Nation

Please pray and share with your intercessors, Bible Study Groups, Prayer Groups, Church Prayers, Men & Women’s Groups. Thank you.

Las & Arlene Ratnayake

Monday, 12 November 2018

Prayer4UKToday 13th November 2018

Our Father in heaven Hallowed be Your Name Y@HOVAH TSIDKENU LORD our Righteousness Jer. 23:6 Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be done. On earth as it is in Heaven.

100 days of Prayer

Day 100

The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby’s final  2 R’s of Reconciliation.

The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Six Rs of Reconciliation.

RECONCILING

My prayer is not for them alone. I pray also for those who will believe in me through their message, that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you. May they also be in us so that the world may believe that you have sent me. John 17:20-21

    Even with the best research, the strongest relationships and the most worthwhile risk-taking, there will still be deep resistance to genuine reconciliation. That’s because genuine reconciliation requires a completely changed attitude to those who have been our enemies; a total transformation that is difficult for all of us. So why should we bother? Because in the Beatitudes, God promises that peacemakers – those who bring the true peace of reconciled relationships and flourishing of life – will be blessed.
    Peter tells Christians in what is now Turkey that when the Church is reconciled, it will be a witness to the world. As we journey towards reconciliation, we can begin to handle diversity creatively and sincerely. We learn collectively to approach difference with curiosity and compassion, rather than fear. We begin to flourish together in previously unthinkable ways. Reconciliation transforms alienation into a new creation, not only restored but reinvigorated. I think that one of the greatest challenges of our time is whether we have the courage to seek such a remaking of our world.

RESOURCING

Carry each other’s burdens. Galatians 6:2

    Outsiders can’t do reconciliation: it has to be people who are doing the fighting. They are the ones who can bring ongoing transformation and the daily renewal of relationships. But outsiders can resource others, strengthening them and building their capacity.
    After the ascension, Jesus sent the Holy Spirit to resource the Church. Reconciliation is never something done by one hero. It is something done by whole groups of people working together, in the knowledge that God’s Spirit is with us as we seek to support each other on the journey towards reconciliation

Prayer

Let us remember those who have died for their country in war; those we knew, and all who have given their lives for freedom, justice and the hope of peace. As we look forward and seek the way of peace and reconciliation, you might like to say this prayer:
Lord, strengthen our hearts, hands, and minds, to work together for peace; to see you in one another, and to seek your kingdom above all things; that your will may be seen to be done, and your Kingdom come, through Jesus Christ, the Lord of lords and King of kings. Amen.
[The Liturgical Commission of the Church of England 2018, © The Archbishops’ Council]

Please pray and share with your intercessors, Bible Study Groups, Prayer Groups, Church Prayers, Men & Women’s Groups. Thank you.

Las & Arlene Ratnayake

Sunday, 11 November 2018

Prayer4UKToday 12th November 2018

Our Father in heaven Hallowed be Your Name Y@HOVAH TSIDKENU LORD our Righteousness Jer. 23:6 Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be done. On earth as it is in Heaven.

100 days of Prayer

Day 100

The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby’s next 2 R’s of Reconciliation.

The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Six Rs of Reconciliation.

RELIEF

Suppose a brother or a sister is without clothes and daily food. If one of you says to them, ‘Go in peace; keep warm and well fed,’ but does nothing about their physical needs, what good is it? In the same way, faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead. James 2:15-17

     I remember walking around Nembe, in the Niger Delta, with a warlord who was deciding whether or not to keep me captive. I looked up and saw an oil company production facility about three miles away with enough electric power to supply most of that region, with helicopters coming in and out, fresh water, food, and a doctor. Then I looked back at the warlord’s town where there was sewage running down the street and children playing in it. And I thought: ‘If I had grown up here, I would be like this man,’ because it was a mixture of horror and cruelty and inequality. What the people in that town needed most was water, electricity and hope. Relief is essential in the process of reconciliation.      
      Jesus, when he came, brought hope, life and healing. And he did not leave us to work alone: he created the Church, so that through partnerships, systems and imagination, we might be able to offer relief and hope for the long-term, not just today.

RISK

In your relationships with one another, have the same mindset as Christ Jesus: Who, being in very nature God, did not consider equality with God something to be used to his own advantage; rather, he made himself nothing by taking the very nature of a servant, being made in human likeness. Philippians 2:5-7

     The risk of the incarnation was huge. If we take seriously the humanity of Christ, we take seriously his vulnerability: the vulnerability of a baby, the vulnerability of a man on a cross. Jesus himself took the risk of crucifixion and we know from Gethsemane the cost, pain and fear of that.
     There is an obvious risk in reconciliation: you can easily get caught up in fighting. But that’s not the primary risk. The primary risk is failure. Reconciliation always involves bringing people together and when that goes wrong the outcome is often worse than before you tried. But behind that risk is the hope of something great – of restored relationships and the flourishing of whole societies. After all, it is through the risk of the incarnation that we see the glory of the resurrection.

Prayer

Let us remember those who have died for their country in war; those we knew, and all who have given their lives for freedom, justice and the hope of peace. As we look forward and seek the way of peace and reconciliation, you might like to say this prayer: Lord, strengthen our hearts, hands, and minds, to work together for peace; to see you in one another, and to seek your kingdom above all things; that your will may be seen to be done, and your Kingdom come, through Jesus Christ, the Lord of lords and King of kings. Amen.
[The Liturgical Commission of the Church of England 2018, © The Archbishops’ Council]

Please pray and share with your intercessors, Bible Study Groups, Prayer Groups, Church Prayers, Men & Women’s Groups. Thank you.

Las & Arlene Ratnayake

Prayer4UKToday 15th Nov 2018

Our Father in heaven Hallowed be Your Name ‘ADONAI JEHOVAH LORD God Master Gen. 15:2 Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be done. On earth as it is ...