Sunday, 21 October 2018

Prayer4UKToday 22nd Oct 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.



We come into agreement with Your word in Matthew 17: 20

“you can say to this mountain, ‘move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible to you” (Also: Zechariah 4:7)

We declare You desire that this nation will display Your Kingdom and Your Kingship, moving in agreement with both Your spirit and Your statutes.

We declare God is the Master Planner of heaven and earth. His plans are for good and not evil, greater than every plan of man or of the enemy to bring confusion, division or hopelessness.

At this critical time in the final Brexit negotiations, we come into agreement with His word in Romans 4:17: He is “The God who gives life to the dead and calls into being that which does not exist.” Over all matters concerning Brexit under discussion; the potential UK-EU Customs partnership; the issues of the Irish Border and all matters relating to trade we stand as the Ekklesia church and in the Name of Jesus we call forth the strategies of heaven.

We declare over all negotiations and stumbling blocks, nothing is impossible to You and we speak “grace, grace and more grace” to every seeming impossibility, in Jesus Name. Zechariah 4:7

We speak Your clarity into the atmosphere of confusion between Europe and UK over the hindrances, diversions and weariness and we declare “the purposes of God will be fulfilled.”

Suzanne Ferrett
Passion for the Nation

100 days of Prayer

Day  79

Again Jesus said, ‘Simon son of John, do you love me?’ He answered, ‘Yes, Lord, you know that I love you.’ Jesus said, ‘Take care of my sheep.’ John 21:16 (NIV)


One obstacle to peace can be a lack of forgiveness. In the Bible (John 21) we read of Jesus’ forgiveness of Peter. The back story is that Peter, whilst under pressure had sinned, he had denied three times that he knew Jesus. After Jesus died, Peter felt awful, it could have destroyed him. But now Jesus offered forgiveness. Three times Jesus asked him if he loved him, in some ways to cancel his three denials. Peter now could ‘take care of my sheep’; history tells us that he did do this and he brought peace and joy with the good news of Jesus. This path is still available to us, to know forgiveness, to forgive and so to bring peace.

Lord God, we thank you for the example of the reinstatement of Peter and the effect that he had. We pray this path for ourselves, those that we know and those on our minds from the news. As we are forgiven we pray that we will forgive and bring peace.
[Andrew Willett is a United Reformed Church minister]

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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