Prayer

Prayer Meeting

 

Prayer Meeting
Every 1st and 3rd Sunday

Open to all who desire to praise our Creator God, seek His wisdom, and pray on the behalf of our  brothers and sisters in Christ.  Join us the first and third Sundays of each month at 8:30 a.m. at the church.

Corporate prayer is an important part of the life of the church, along with worship, sound doctrine, communion, and fellowship.  The early church met regularly to learn the doctrine of the apostles, break bread, and pray together (Acts 2:42).  When we pray together with other believers, the effects can be very positive. Corporate prayer edifies and unifies us as we share our common faith.  The same Holy Spirit who dwells within each believer causes our hearts to rejoice as we hear praises to our Lord and Savior, knitting us together  in a unique bond of fellowship found nowhere else in life.

Far too many Christians equate prayer with “getting things from God,” and group prayer becomes mainly an occasion to recite a list of our wants.  Biblical prayers, however, are multi-faceted, encompassing the whole of the desire to enter into conscious and intimate communion with our holy, perfect, and righteous God.  That such a God would bend an ear to His creatures causes praise and adoration to put forth in abundance (Psalm 27:4; 63:1-8), produces heartfelt repentance and confession (Psalm 51; Luke 18:9-14), generates an outpouring of gratitude and thanksgiving (Philippians 4:6; Colossians 1:12), and creates sincere intercessory pleas on behalf of others (2 Thessalonians 1:11; 2:16).

Prayer, then, is cooperating with God to bring about His plan, not trying to bend Him to our will.

From the Prayer Ministry Team

family-calendar-announcements-10-9-2 For Prayer Requests

For prayer requests or to activate the prayer chain, contact Cathy Merritt:
Phone: (517) 974-6557
Email: Gethein@sbcglobal.net

OR fill out the Prayer Request Form

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