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November 17 Hour of Prayer Guideline

Calvary Baptist Church Prayer Hour:


  1. Prayer for ourselves:

    1. That we stand rightly before God:

      1. 19Therefore, brethren, since we have confidence to enter the holy place by the blood of Jesus, 20by a new and living way which He inaugurated for us through the veil, that is, His flesh, 21and since we have a great priest over the house of God, 22let us draw near with a sincere heart in full assurance of faith, having our hearts sprinkled clean from an evil conscience and our bodies washed with pure water.

Heb 10:19-22 (NASB)

  1. Do we have unconfessed sin?

  2. Are we harboring any resentment toward others?

  3. Do we covet what others have?

  4. Are we focused on God and not on the things we are doing for Him or what we are 'giving up' for Him by taking time to pray?

    1. That we open our hearts to Him, acknowledging our dependence on Him

  1. Prayer for our families

    1. That our homes will be places of worship

    2. That our homes will be places of prayer

    3. That our homes will be places of discipleship

    4. That our homes will be places of outreach

  2. Prayer for Calvary Baptist Church

    1. That this will be a house of prayer

    2. That this will be a church committed to the truth

    3. That this will be a church committed to reaching Monticello

    4. That this will be a church committed to reaching the world

    5. That we will engage all ages with God's truth

  3. Prayer for Monticello, Arkansas and Drew County

    1. That all churches will focus on what matters: The Gospel of Jesus Christ

    2. That our communities will turn to Christ

  4. Prayer for our nation:

    1. That the Gospel will be preached by all churches

    2. That our hearts will turn to God

  5. Prayer for our world:

    1. That our fellow believers will be comforted in their suffering

    2. That our fellow believers will be bold in witness to Christ

    3. That we will work together to spread the Gospel to all people


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