Isaiah 56:1 Lord, make me just and fair to all. Help me to do what is right and good which is in conformity to Your will which brings salvation.
Isaiah 56:7 Even You said of the Nations, ” I will bring them also to My Holy mountain of Jerusalem and will fill them with joy in My house of prayer” I ask You to increase the prayerfulness of our church. May it be a house of prayer.
Isaiah 56:10-11 Pray for the integrity and spiritual vitality of the shepherds in your church and around the world.
Isaiah 57:1-2 Lord, the righteous pass away; the godly often die before their time. And no one seems to care or wonder why. No one seems to understand that God is protecting them from the evil to come. But I thank You that the godly who die will rest in peace. Please protect the righteous from evil in whatever way You, in Your wisdom, choose.
Isaiah 57:12 Lord once again I confess openly that nothing that I have done can save me, but only the loving sacrifice of Jesus. Jesus, thank You for dying so that I can live.
Isaiah 57:15 Lord, You are the High and Lofty One who inhabits eternity. You are the Holy One. Please make my spirit contrite and humble. Refresh me and give new courage to my repentant heart. Even as we approach Yom Kippur the day of atonement for Jews around the whole world. Where they will be repenting for their sins. Lord please reveal Yourself as Yeshua on the this significant day. Lord I know personally that repentance brings refreshment. When we pray with passion, we come boldly before Your throne in heaven and storm the gates of hell. It’s a battle and it cost more than simply time out of our day, it exacts a price. Lord I know that honest, passionate prayer can drain us physically, emotionally, and spiritually. This verse reminds me how we remain strong. You pour out refreshment and new courage when we pray with humility and contrition.
Coming to our heavenly Father in humility reminds us that the weight of the world isn’t on our shoulders but on His. Repentance enables us to relinquish our need to be in control so we can move forward again, unhindered and refreshed, with new power and perspective.
Isaiah 57:18-19 Lord, we pray that You will lead and comfort those who mourn. May they know Your peace and healing power.
Psalm 41:1-2 Lord, I pray for the poor in my Nation, protect them. Show me how to be kind to them and bring joy to Your heart.
Psalm 41:11 Lord, this is the place I want to be, so give me the kind of assurance that I can say. “I know that You are pleased with me.”
Matthew 26:41 Jesus, just as You asked Your disciples to keep alert and pray with You in the garden, You have called me to keep alert and pray before You come (Luke 21:36). Strengthen me Lord, for my spirit is willing though my body is often weak.
Matthew 26:52 You could have called thousands of angels to protect You, Lord Jesus, yet you choose to drink the cup of suffering for me. I stand in awe because You love me so much.
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