Have confidence that God hears your prayers, start your prayer time with Scripture.
Lord, give _____ wisdom in all things because the wise are mightier than the strong, and those with knowledge grow stronger and stronger. May _____ seek wise guidance since victory depends on having advisers. ~Amen (Proverbs 24:5-6)
Prayer is faith infused intercession. Pray a Scripture today:
Heavenly Father, may _____ know You, Lord, as the Way, the Truth, and the Life. Build his(her) faith to know that no one comes to the Father except through Christ. ~Amen (John 14:6 NLT)
Pray God’s heart as it is revealed in Scripture:
Dear God, don’t let anything separate _____ from Christ’s love. Thank You that You love _____ even if he(she) is in trouble or experiences calamity, even if he(she) is persecuted or hungry or destitute or in danger or threatened with death, nothing can separate _____ from Your love, O God.
Remind him(her) not to fear today or worry about tomorrow because he(she) has overwhelming victory through Christ. ~Amen (Romans 8:35-39 NLT)
The Holy Spirit helps us pray. Pray a Scripture today.
Lord, I ask that You would keep all harm from _____ and watch over his(her) life. Keep watch, Lord, over _____ as he(she) comes and goes, both now and forevermore. ~Amen (Psalm 121:7-8)
Praying builds faith, begin your prayer time with a Scripture today:
Lord God, I pray that _____ would have good fortune in everything he(she) does. May _____ be in good health, and may his(her) everyday affairs prosper, as well as his(her) soul. ~Amen (3 John 2, MSG)
Nothing is too difficult for God, pray for someone you care about today:
Lord, I pray that _____ would not let sin control the way he(she) lives, give him(her) strength so as not to give in to sinful desires. Block _____ from using any part of his(her) body as an instrument of evil to serve sin. Instead, may _____ give him(herself) completely to God and bring glory to You, Lord. ~Amen (Romans 6:12-13 NLT)
God’s Word is transforming, pray a Scripture right now:
Lord, if You kept a record of our sins, who, O Lord, could ever survive? Remind _____ that You offer forgiveness, help him(her) learn to fear You and learn to count on You, Lord. May _____ put his(her) hope in Your word. ~Amen (Psalm 130:3-5 NLT)