Pray for One Another

Pray for One Another

“The end of all things is at hand; therefore be self-controlled and sober-minded for the sake of your prayers.”

This week we are submitting ourselves to God for the sake of growing our Christian faith and our Christian church. We start by acknowledging a version of the old G.K. Chesterton question. “What’s wrong with the church?” The answer is, “I am.” We are more deeply repenting of those things in our hearts that we allow to keep us from one another in the church.

Today, pray for one another. Pray for everyone in the church that you think of today. Pray that they would experience the covering of their sins through the grace of Christ and the grace of the church. Pray, especially, for anyone in the church that you were mad at today, anyone who has offended you. Pray what you honestly feel and then repent of that anger and ask that God would make you want what he wants for them. Then pray for what God wants for them.

Today, pray for one another. Each one us need prayer and need to pray. Each one of us needs God to act in our lives today.