Saturday, March 30, 2013

Prayer Chain // Week 5

Happy Easter!!


Praise Jesus for His transforming, life-saving love. There is nothing like it in this world. I hope today, you feel His love like you never have before. 

Prayer Request

This week, I ask that we join together to pray for those people who commit their lives to Christ this Easter. 

I am sure there will be those that feel the overwhelming presence of God growing inside of them each and every day. 

But, I am also sure that there will be those that feel the overwhelming attacks from satan that are sure to follow an incredible movement such as this. The doubt, the "I'm not good enough" lies, the pressure. Anything that could possibly deter them from sticking with the decision to live for Christ, let's pray against all of it. 

Let's come together to pray for these lives, that are sure to bring tremendous glory to the kingdom of our Savior. 

I love you all! Happy Easter, my beautiful siblings in Christ :)

Is anyone among you suffering? Let him pray.
Is anyone cheerful? Let him sing praises.
Is anyone among you sick? Let him call for the elders of the church, and let them
pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord.

James 5: 13-14
Sweet Home Santa Barbara

5 comments:

Julie said...

SUCH a good prayer! Those people need our prayers so much. Satan will be trying his darndest to get those people on his side because he knows they're vulnerable and new to Christ. They most definitely could use some prayer so I'll be praying this week :)

And praise the Lord that He rose yesterday! Hope you had an amazing Easter!

Jamie said...

Hope you had a wonderful Easter!

Kiki said...

This is definitely a good prayer to pray on Easter and a good reminder to pray this everyday, too! :)

Melissa Jo said...

I hope that you had a good easter my dear friend - and that is certainly something we all need to pray about renewed strength and determination for all of our new family members.

Rach @ This Italian Family said...

So true! We really need to be in prayer for new Christians. :)