Prayer Diary

  July

2020 Parish Prayer

 

Father God,

Help us to keep Scripture central to our lives,

to witness to Jesus whenever we can,

and to rely more and more on your Spirit. Amen

God is our refuge and strength, a helper who is always found in times of trouble.

Ps 46:1

 

 Thank the Lord for and continue to pray for

 

 

Zoom services which enable us to keep growing and for our fellowship to flourish

 

Mark, Jim. Mike, the PCC and Pastoral Team and Duncan serving us all

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All Doctors and Nurses

Chaplains in Hospital and the Hospice

Cleaners. Porters and Cooks

PPE being supplied

 

That most people have recovered from CV19

The way CV19  is diminishing and that there are far less deaths

Scientists working very quickly on a vaccine and the public willing to help with trials

 

The Police coping with difficult situations

Funeral Directors

Supermarket and shop workers

Delivery drivers

Postmen and women

Public transport workers

 

Members of the Royal family keeping in touch with many vulnerable people

 

Our friends and family who have kept in touch

 

Pray for

 

Mark that he will experience a complete recovery and for Caroline, Rachel and Ben

 

Our churches to be able to reopen this month

 

“Madeley’s Meat” on Mondays as we delve deeper into the book of Romans

 

Heather Johnson stuck in South Africa and

 

 

the Clarke family at this difficult time

 

Duncan still working on our behalf in several ways

 

Those of our members and others we know who are receiving treatment for their serious illnesses

 

Protection of those working on our behalf in whatever capacity especially the Police

 

All racial tensions here and elsewhere to ease

 

The economy is starting up again that it will recover quicker than anticipated

 

Those whose businesses are unable to survive

 

All to act sensibly so that we do not have a second spike of CV19

 

Our Government that  the Lord will lead them so that they make wise decisions on our behalf

 

Children to be enabled to return to school especially those who are vulnerable

 

Teachers who are keeping in touch with their pupils and helping them to continue to learn

 

The obvious divisions in our Country to be healed

 

Those who live alone and the shielded who have been unable to get out for 3 months

 

Those in care homes and their staff

 

The press and media that they will be less negative in their reporting

 

Those worried about their personal finances

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