Weekend Prayer Wall {Nov. 12-13}

Weekend Prayer Wall {Nov. 12-13}

He who has learned to pray has learned the greatest secret of a holy and happy life. ~William Law

Meanwhile, the moment we get tired in the waiting, God’s Spirit is right alongside helping us along. If we don’t know how or what to pray, it doesn’t matter. He does our praying in and for us, making prayer out of our wordless sighs, our aching groans. He knows us far better than we know ourselves, knows our pregnant condition, and keeps us present before God. That’s why we can be so sure that every detail in our lives of love for God is worked into something good. (Romans 8: 26-28, MSG)


What shall I give you, Lord, in return for all Your kindness?
Glory to You for Your love.
Glory to You for Your mercy.
Glory to You for Your patience.
Glory to You for forgiving us all our sins.
Glory to You for coming to save our souls.
Glory to You for Your incarnation in the virgin’s womb.
Glory to You for Your bonds.
Glory to You for receiving the cut of the lash.
Glory to You for accepting mockery.
Glory to You for Your crucifixion.
Glory to You for Your burial.
Glory to You for Your resurrection.
Glory to You who were preached to men and women.
Glory to You in whom they believed.
Glory to You who were taken up into heaven.
Glory to You who sit in great glory at the Father’s right hand.
Glory to You whose will it is that the sinner should be saved through Your great mercy and compassion.

~Ephraem of Syria (ca. 306-373)


Lord, teach me to listen. The times are noisy and my ears are weary with the thousand raucous sounds which continuously assault them. Give me the spirit of the boy Samuel when he said to Thee, “Speak, for Thy servant heareth.” Let me hear Thee speaking in my heart. Let me get used to the sound of Thy voice, that its tones may be familiar when the sounds of earth die away and the only sound will be the music of Thy speaking. Amen.

~A. W. Tozer


Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, let’s pray in Jesus’ name!

Now it’s time for you to jump in with your prayers/prayer requests in the comment section.  Let’s also pray for each other! Someone will pray for you/with you. But because this is a global prayer wall, sometimes -due to the time differences – prayers are delayed. But know that God hears even your groaning.

God bless you all overwhelmingly! Thanks for inviting more people to pray! To God be the glory!

Bloggers!  Here’s the button code for your web page. Thank you for being part of creating a prayer chain around the globe! Blessings!

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7 thoughts on “Weekend Prayer Wall {Nov. 12-13}

  1. Dear God,
    It’s Saturday and I want to praise you in the middle of cleaning and shopping.
    Give us your peace, energy, and wisdom to deal with house hold things.
    I pray for our parents. Be with them, bless them, take care of them.
    I pray for parents of young kids. Give us patience, energy, and wisdom.
    I pray for the persecuted church, Lord. Be with them, bless them, take care of them.
    In the midst of chaos, give us your peace, extreme clarity, and courage to do you will.
    Be with each and everyone of us.
    May Thy will be done in each of our lives.
    In Jesus’ name,

    1. Father God, may many come to this prayer wall and join together. Lord, I pray You will bless each person that visits. Lord, may we honor and glorify you this day. In Christ Name, Amen.

  2. “Praise the LORD, O my soul; 
       all my inmost being, praise his holy name. 
    Praise the LORD, O my soul, 
       and forget not all his benefits— 
    who forgives all your sins 
       and heals all your diseases, 
    who redeems your life from the pit 
       and crowns you with love and compassion, 
    who satisfies your desires with good things 
       so that your youth is renewed like the eagle’s.” -Ps. 103:1-5Father, thank you for your Word: for the reminders of everything you’ve already done for us and for the promises that you are and will continue to do those same things for us. Father, when we find ourselves in the pits of life, quiet our souls, remind us to stop digging, and enable us to look up and fix our eyes on you. Help us to remember the redeeming work that you’ve already completed on the cross and allow us to accept – not resist – the redeeming work that you’re still doing in our lives every day. Grant that we may rest peacefully in the love and compassion with which you so generously crown us. Thank you for satisfying our desires with generous blessings and good gifts. Teach us to delight ourselves in you and in your word so that our desires will increasingly be in line with yours. Renew our strength and our confidence in you, that though we are weary, we would rise up and soar like eagles again to your glory. Thank you for who you are: that though our circumstances may be challenging, you alone are always worthy of our praise, our lives, and our all. To you alone be the glory. Amen.

  3. Father, you alone forgive ALL our sins and you alone heal ALL our diseases; Lord, help us to hold onto those promises and to take you at your word. For all of us struggling with persistent and debilitating diseases – be it spiritual, psychological, or physical – Lord, we pray for your life-giving grace and mercy, for the comfort and peace of your presence, and for the divine healing and restoration in our lives that only you can accomplish. Lord, allow us to maintain perspective and to persevere with joy during these long, relentless battles. Growth pains and discipline aren’t pleasant at the time, but we trust that you’re preparing us for whatever lies ahead, and we thank you that you are being faithful in refining us and making us ready. Thank you also for the invitation and the opportunity to lean on you and to rest in you; teach us to trust in you completely and to enter fully into that rest. We are calling out to you, Father, in the strong name of Jesus. Come quickly, Lord; do not delay.

  4. Dear Heavenly Father,
    We love you and we adore you!
    We worship you and praise you!
    Thank you for saving us and guiding us home to you.
    Show us how to better love and serve you.
    Enable us to share your amazing love and grace
    with increased number of people.
    We give our lives to you.
    May Thy will happen, nothing more, nothing less, nothing else.
    Be praised forever and ever!
    In Jesus’ name,

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