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Prayer

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Prayer 2020-03-27T20:55:55+00:00

Prayer is the spoken and/or unspoken communication that builds our relationship with God, in other words it is the fundamental link between ourselves and god.

We all struggle with prayer and it’s sometimes scary to come into the presence of the living God; and in another way it is difficult to do because it is frightening to come into the presence of the living God.

Our prayer group enables us to come into a prayer-full friendly structured environment.

Why not try the Baildon PRAYER WALK! All are welcome.

You can download the Baildon MC Prayer Leaflet by clicking HERE.

Crown him Lord of all
They called it Corona, so I read, because at first sight (with much lower powered microscopes than are available today), it looked like a crown. Now we can see more clearly we now know better. It has no crown. It looks evil, more like an old naval mine. Our proper response? Shun it!
But there is one whose crown becomes ever clearer the closer you look. Jesus, still the perfect human personification of God, now crowned with glory and honour (Heb 2:7). And our proper response? Draw closer, glorifying and honouring him in our lives as well as our words: adopting his values; trusting his promises to save us by leading us to his Father God to whom we can pray; doing his bidding; and not keeping quiet about it.

Almighty God, who holds all things in your all-capable hands, including each of us, whom you have called, through Jesus. Please keep us safe.
Amen

Roy Lorrain-Smith

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The WEEKLY prayers for April 2020 are:

Wk 1 Almighty God, who holds all things in your all-capable hands, including each of us, whom you have called, through Jesus. Please keep us safe.
Amen.

Wk 2 Great God of grace, more merciful than we can grasp, please keep us safe – safely on course through the present crisis, led by your Holy Spirit. Amen.

Wk 3 Great God of truth, unsearchable in wisdom, please keep us safe – safe from all the evil which lurks and prowls, seeking to deceive and destroy. Amen.

Wk 4 Merciful Father, who cares for us with tender mercy, please keep us safe – safe in your loving hug, whatever may befall us and our loved ones. Amen.

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