Friday, 14 September 2018

Prayer4UKToday 15 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.

Pray for the Prison Officers and the Prison Service

Thank you for the protection, service and duties that are provided.
Thank you for the months and years of dedication and willingness to serve.
Forgiveness for human imperfections and often cynical attitudes.
Provide for their family. Put a hedge of protection around each one and all their activities.
Provide the ability to have a strong and growing personal relationship with God.
Provide passion for excellence and not just success.
Provide discernment to know when others are lying or telling the truth.
Provide patience in dealing with irritating people and circumstances.
Provide a clear mind to deal with emergencies and related encounters.
Provide renewing rest in the midst of changing schedules.
Provide for resolve, strength and clarity in making difficult decisions.
Provide clear recall when writing reports and testifying in court.
Provide the ability to stay alert during varying shifts and long work schedules.
Provide the ability to be able to effectively make good decisions quickly.
Provide the ability to remain calm in crisis and use appropriate force as needed.
Provide the ability to deal with stress in a healthy manner.
Provide both firmness and sensitivity to a wide variety of needs.
Provide security and self awareness when verbally abused by those seeking to destroy personal dignity.
Provide safety when threatened physically.
Provide a strong work ethic but not to become a workaholic.
Provide good judgment in gathering information and evidence.
Provide physical health for balancing career and family.
Provide help to maintain, relay upon and apply training and skills.
Provide help to be fair and impartial in performance of duties.
Provide the ability to see a strengthened public attitude towards the job.
Provide the needed people skills in a variety of ways.
Provide protection when responding to emergency situations and crisis.
Provide that superiors are approachable, understanding and encouraging.
Provide healthy relationships with co-workers, family and friends.
Provide physical safety while enjoying off duty time.
Provide both physical and mental courage.
Provide the ability to build confidence with the public.
Provide strength to overcome temptation in a position of trust.
Provide integrity to be the same person of character at all times.
Provide conviction when speaking with authority as one under authority.
Provide optimism in seeing tomorrow and the distant future.
Provide discipline in facing all types of temptations.
Provide true loyalty towards the organization and superiors.
Provide diligence in efforts to advance in position or assignment.
Provide humility when needing to acknowledge mistakes.
Provide the resources needed by the officers to perform their duties efficiently.
Provide the right working environment for the officers and the prisoners.
We pray that the Government will respond to the present situation according to your perfect will. Give them the grace to do this Lord. In the Name of Jesus we pray.

100 days of Prayer

Day 42

Justice will rule in the wilderness and righteousness in the fertile field. And this righteousness will bring peace. Isaiah 32:16-17 (NLT)


When civil rights leader Martin Luther King was accused of ‘disturbing the peace’ by supporting Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955, he responded, ‘True peace is not merely the absence of tension: it is the presence of justice.’ Later, he added, ‘Without justice, there can be no peace.’ His words find echoes in the wisdom of Isaiah. For society to flourish and be fruitful, peace needs to be built on a foundation of justice and righteousness. Injustice is often a root cause of conflict, both in local communities and between nations. Only by listening to the experiences of the marginalised, and addressing injustices such as discrimination and poverty, will we be able to build a truly peaceful world.


We ask for the honest peace of struggles acknowledged, the demanding peace of forgiveness, the longed-for peace of justice established. Lord, grant us peace.
[Simeon Mitchell is Secretary for Church and Society for the URC]

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A conference with Pastor Greg Violi & team
A week of teaching & ministry at Top Barn, Worcester

See attached flyer with the programme details.

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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