Prayer Diary November
Sunday 5th ‘My word shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please’ (Isaiah 55:11) That God’s grace may continue in our hearts.
Monday 6th For school assemblies, for scripture to be imparted to children today.
Tuesday 7th ‘Let another man praise thee and not thine own mouth’. (Proverbs 27:2) Lord, teach us humility.
Wednesday 8th ‘My house shall be called a house of prayer for all people’ (Isaiah 56:7) May it be so.
Thursday 9th Every Thursday people across the globe wear black in protest against gender-based violence and discrimination. Pray for victims of violence and discrimination.
Friday 10th Dyslexia Awareness Week: For those who struggle with reading.
Saturday 11th Remembrance weekend, for peace in our time.
Sunday 12th For members of the armed forces serving today. God grant them peace.
Monday 13th For the anxious. ‘Be still, and know that I am God’ (Psalm 46:10)
Tuesday 14th Edgar and Jean Ogston in their move from North West Lochaber and the churches they leave behind.
Wednesday 15th ‘Quench not the Spirit’ ( 1 Thess 5:19)
Thursday 16th Thursdays in Black: Jessie Fubara-Manuel, elder of the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria collaborates with the World Council of Churches Ecumenical HIV and AIDS Initiatives and Advocacy.
Friday 17th Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it’. (Prov 22:6)
Saturday 18th Leprosy Mission For the work in Mozambique as it helps leprosy-affected people to have an income, teaching sustainable farming methods and starting savings groups.
Sunday 19th For ministers of the gospel preaching today.
Monday 20th GUILD WEEK. Give thanks for our Guilds, that being encouraged they may encourage others.
Tuesday 21st For the lunch club in Kinlochleven, for joyful fellowship.
Wednesday 22rd PRISONERS
WEEK Lord, you offer freedom to all people.
We pray for those who are held in prison. Break the bonds of fear and isolation
that exist. Support with your love: prisoners, their families and friends,
prison staff, chaplains and all who care. Heal those who are wounded by the
activities of others, especially victims of crime. Help us forgive one another,
to act justly, to love mercy, and walk humbly together with Christ in his
strength and in his Spirit, now and always.
Thursday 23rd For outreach to teens, the Two Lochs Project, ‘Remember thy Creator in the days of thy youth’. (Ecclesiastes 12:1)
Friday 24th For refugee families residing locally.
Saturday 25th NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER That God would
pour out his Spirit again on our land.
Sunday 26th May God be honoured today and we encouraged and blessed.
Monday 27th For courage and resilience.
Tuesday 28th Lord, thank you for the promise of your constant closeness and presence. Whatever today brings, you are with me.
Wednesday 29th ‘Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do’. That we learn to forgive and forget.
Thursday 30th Thursdays in Black: Lord may black remind us of the unimaginably deep love that you have for us and the cavernous well of tears shed by communities broken by violence. And may black remind us of the hope for transformation that you have planted within us.
If you would like prayer for something you can contact the minister on 01855 831227
Kinlochleven and Nether
Rev Dr Malcolm Kinnear
- Lochaber Road
- PH50 4QW