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Prayer Diary

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Prayer Diary For Week Commencing

Sunday 19th January 2020

 

"Keep on asking and it will be given you; keep on seeking and you will find; keep on knocking (reverently) and (the door) will be opened to you.  For everyone who keeps on asking receives; and he who keeps on seeking finds; and to him who keeps on knocking, (the door) will be opened."

Matthew 7: 7 – 8 Amplified Bible.

 

Please pray for our Royal family after Prince Harry and Meghan have decided to step down from public service.  Pray for the Queen as she has to sort out this matter.

 

Please pray about the increased number of people that gamble.  This is partly due to online gambling.  Also pray for all those whose health has been damaged, and families broken by this behaviour.

 

Please continue to pray about what is going to happen after we leave the EEC at the end of this month.  Pray about the trade talks which will then start, that common sense will be used on all sides.

 

Please pray for our hospital that it is struggling with the winter increase in workload.  I have heard about surgeons having to cancel all their scheduled operations and lines of ambulances outside the hospital waiting to take people into A&E.

 

Please pray for all those that have been affected by the recent storms in Britain.  Particularly pray for those that have lost or have had property damaged.

 

Please pray for Syria.  Although a ceasefire has been arranged another town has been bombed and 18 people killed.  This town was thought to be the last stronghold of the rebels.

 

Please continue to pray for people and government of Australia as they tackle the catastrophe of their fires.  Pray that these fires will soon start to die down and go out.

 

Please pray for the people of Aruba particularly the Christians.  This is an island nation off the coast of Venezuela.  This is a mainly Christian country, but its churches are very divided and about 50% of births are outside marriage.

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