Prayer prompts for the week of March 7, 2016

(Monday) In John 6:61 (NLT), Jesus replied to critics, saying, “Does this offend you?” Don’t take it personally when your witness is rejected.


(Tuesday) 1 Corinthians 1:18 reminds us that although it is the avenue of salvation, the message of the cross is foolishness to unbelievers.


(Wednesday) When we rely solely on human wisdom, spiritual truths are impossible to comprehend. (1 Corinthians 2:13-14)


(Thursday) Isaiah 64:4 & 1 Corinthians 2:9 remind us that our human senses cannot fathom God’s plans for our lives. His love is unimaginably great!


(Friday) Those who despise wisdom & discipline are fools, says Proverbs 1:7. Instead, choose to pursue the knowledge of the Lord.


(Saturday) Which is better: wisdom or wealth? (Proverbs 8:10)


Prayer prompt for Sunday, January 17 & Monday, January 18

(Sunday) Read Psalm 104:31-34 and be reminded that our loving and awesome Creator God takes pleasure in the fact that he made YOU.


(Monday) In Jeremiah 1:8-10, the prophet described how the Lord touched his mouth to empower him to speak on his behalf. Just, wow.

Prayer prompt for Sunday, Dec. 13

The fact that Jesus can use even a donkey to accomplish his purpose should also encourage us when we feel unworthy & unusable. He loves you!


Prayer prompt for Saturday, Nov. 28

Isn’t it wonderful that our loving Shepherd cares so much about us that he won’t stop pursuing us when we are lost? (Luke 15:1-7)


Prayer prompt for Thursday, Nov. 26

Do you choke down bites of the Word like bitter medicine, or do you savor the delicacies of God’s message of love to you?


Prayer prompt for Saturday, Nov. 14

Have you ever tried to decline an overgenerous gift? How much more extravagant is God’s great love for us?!? He wants you to accept it.


Prayer prompt for Thursday, Nov. 5

Take a few moments privately today and look in a mirror. Make eye contact with yourself and know that YOU are loved by Creator God.