- · A definite separation from the Single market,
- · Continued opening up of the world trade organisation
- · Stronger links with China, Japan and the Commonwealth countries.
Monday, 10 September 2018
Prayer4UKToday 11 Sep 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.
Jehovah Jireh Lord our Provider we pray for
EL GIBBOR Almighty God (Gen. 17:1) we pray that
You will give us the courage to demand that we are our own bosses under Your authority and not part of the Customs Union
We decree and declare that Jesus is Lord over Immigration with serious border control
EL SHADDAI Nurturing Almighty God we ask that payments to the EU will stop and that You would protect those countries that are weakest in the EU
Y@HOVAH TSIDKENU LORD our Righteousness (Jer. 23:6) we pray for return to our “pre common market” legal stance with our courts free to impose justice without a second opinion from the EU.
MELEK HaGOYIM King of the Nations (1 Tim. 6:15) we ask that You will return us to our “pre common market” Sovereignty with power to make decisions concerning our own country..
MELEK KaMELECH King of Kings (1 Tim. 6:15) we pray for a No Deal exit leaving the EU on our own terms.
We ask You Spirit of Truth (John 15:26) to direct and guide the Party Conferences starting shortly
We decree and declare that Your perfect will be established for Britain and we praise and thank You Father God for answering our prayers. Amen
100 days of Prayer
Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled, and do not let them be afraid. John 14:27 (NRSV)
Following the loss of a serviceman in World War I, it was the custom to send a letter of condolence, written by the soldier’s commanding officer. An elderly church member once showed me the note received on the death of her uncle. It testified to his bravery and related that he had ‘passed away peacefully after smoking a last cigarette’. Her uncle had asthma and had never been able to smoke. The kindly intended letter merely increased the pain and sense of loss for the family. It disguised the horror of a more violent death. When the guns of war fall silent, the physical and mental scars remain. The peace of God is a precious gift in our darkest suffering.
Loving God, we come to you in our human frailty and seek your peace. When all feels lost, encircle us in your loving arms, give us the strength to carry on. Settle our troubled hearts and help us to trust that, in your endless love, we need never be afraid. Amen
[Rev Philip Brooks is the United Reformed Church’s Secretary for Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations]
Please pray and share with your intercessors, Bible Study Groups, Prayer Groups, Church Prayers, Men & Women’s Groups. Thank you.
Las & Arlene Ratnayake
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