“You are standing together with one spirit and one purpose, fighting together for the faith, which is the Good News.” Philippians 1:27 (NLT)
Stand with someone you know. Pray together for one purpose, whatever you feel led to pray for.
- Praise God for who He is
- Confess your sinfulness and need for cleansing
- Allow His Spirit to draw you near
- Listen as He speaks to you
- Pray that our church will be united by our knowledge of the Good News.
- Pray that our church will be able to stand together with one spirit and one purpose.
- Thank God for hearing you.
- Trust that God is at work to accomplish His will.
- Ephesians 1:11
- Ephesians 4:3
“Nothing tends more to cement the hearts of Christians than praying together. Never do they love one another so well as when they witness the outpouring of each other’s hearts in prayer.” – Charles Finney
See You At The Pole. It’s a day where everyone from our Christian group at school, Crusaders with a Cause (CWAC), comes and prays for our school around the flagpole.
We were asked to pray for the school, the students, the towns that surround our school, and our government. I was kind of apprehensive at first simply because it was two of our sponsors and myself that first arrived to the meeting. At first I thought it was kind of weird. I had just started high school, and this was the first time that I had participated in anything like this. I wasn’t really comfortable praying in front of people that I didn’t know all that well. And to make matters worse, teachers began to join our circle, and some of them I actually had class with! But once I got over the anxiety of praying in front of others, it actually began to feel comfortable with what was going on. It felt really great knowing that we were there for one purpose. We were there to pray for the school, and everything around it. We were standing together, united by God’s spirit for one purpose, praying together for our faith. I feel like this is what the church is meant to be.
We are called to stand together, united by God’s spirit for one purpose, praying together for our faith.
Contributed by: Kristen Cober