Amen

Daily Prayer – 10 June

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Heavenly Father, we pray for You to gather us together to be united as one to praise You with one heart and with one voice. Let this praise be heard around the world in the midst of all the evils, diseases, greed, pride, misinformation and corruption that confront us. Thank you for the deliverance You give us and the hope You put into our hearts. Thank you for the hope in the great things we will still see, things that You are working out for our good, things done through the working of Your Spirit, for us Your children and for all people. Your love does not rest. Until life on earth has come into your hands may we continue rejoice. In Jesus Name, Amen.

Psalm 89, Sing, Lord's praise,
Psalm 89:1–2
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Daily Prayer – 9 June

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Heavenly Father, my refuge, our refuge, always. Bless all who gather in Your presence, in Your name, whether in their secret places alone, as a husband and wife, or as a group in fellowship – all those who turn to You in distress, not only in our personal needs but also the distress of the countries and people of the world. Help us, Your children, with faith as small as a mustard seed, give us strength to go on working, for Your glory, even when life is bitterly hard. Thank you for giving us your undeserved grace, for never forsaking us, so that we can find joy in all circumstances and praise you, Lord. May Your name be praised by us here on earth right through to the heavens above. May your name be praised by all the people of the world, and may we all acknowledge You and receive all that we need from You. Lord, You are our dwelling place now and always, our everlasting faithful God. In Jesus Name, Amen.

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