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2014 Weekly Guide to Prayer: November 10 to 16

(This weekly guide to prayer may be used by an individual for personal daily devotion or by prayer groups in retreat)

 

November 10-16, 2014 (G)

Theme 55:  Prepared for the Coming!

 

I. Opening Prayer

Almighty God, you who are the source of our life, strength, and ministry.  In your presence alone we find help, hope, and life.  Send us from this hour as a healing reminder of your love to all whose lives we touch this day.  We offer our prayers in the name of Christ.  Amen.

 

II. Passage of Praise:  Ps 123 or Ps 76 (UMH 797)

 

III. Daily Scripture readings:

November 10, Monday  –  Exodus 33:7-11

November 11, Tuesday  –  Jeremiah 31:23-34

November 12, Wednesday  –2 Chronicles 20:1-9

November 13, Thursday  –  Hebrews 8:1-12

November 14, Friday  – Isaiah 41:8-10

November 15, Saturday  – James 4:1-10

November 16, Sunday  (Sunday after Pentecost) – Judges 4:1-7; 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11; Matthew 25:14-30

 

 IV. Moments of Reflection:  Silent and/or written

 

V. Sweet Hour of Prayer:  Personal and/or intercessory

 

VI. Hymns:  Fairest Lord Jesus (UMH 189)/ How Great Thou Art (UMH 77)

 

VII. Closing Prayer

May our Lord Jesus Christ himself, and God our Father, who loved us and in his grace gave us unfailing courage and a firm hope, encourage you and strengthen you to always do and say what is good.  Amen.

 

Prepared by Rev. Q.C. Canlas, Jr.

2014 Weekly Guide To Prayer: November 3 to 9

(This weekly guide to prayer may be used by an individual for personal daily devotion or by prayer groups in retreat)

 

November 3-9, 2014 (G)

Theme 54:  People of the Resurrection

 

I. Opening Prayer

Almighty God, you who are the source of our life, strength, and ministry.  In your presence alone we find help, hope, and life.  Send us from this hour as a healing reminder of your love to all whose lives we touch this day.  We offer our prayers in the name of Christ.  Amen.

 

II. Passage of Praise:  Psalm 78:1-7 (UMH 799)

 

III. Daily Scripture readings:

November 3, Monday  –  Exodus 33:7-11

November 4, Tuesday  –  Jeremiah 31:23-34

November 5, Wednesday  –  2 Chronicles 20:1-9

November 6, Thursday  –  Hebrews 8:1-12

November 7, Friday  –  Isaiah 41:8-10

November 8, Saturday  –  James 4:1-10

November 9, Sunday  (22nd Sunday after Pentecost) Organ & Tissue Donor Sundayvv  –  Joshua 24:1-3a, 14-25; 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18; Matthew 25:1-13

 

IV. Moments of Reflection:  Silent and/or written

 

V. Sweet Hour of Prayer:  Personal and/or intercessory

 

VI. Hymns:  Fairest Lord Jesus (UMH 189)/I Am Thine, O Lord (UMH 419)

 

VII. Closing Prayer

May our Lord Jesus Christ himself, and God our Father, who loved us and in his grace gave us unfailing courage and a firm hope, encourage you and strengthen you to always do and say what is good.  Amen.

 

Prepared by Rev. Q.C. Canlas, Jr.

Weekly Guide To Prayer: October 27 – November 2

(This weekly guide to prayer may be used by an individual for personal daily devotion or by prayer groups in retreat)

 

October 27-November 2, 2014 (G or W)

Theme 53: God Transforms Lives

 

I. Opening Prayer
Lord Jesus Christ, you demonstrated faithfulness in all of life, even to death on the cross. Grant unto me grace and strength to faithfully follow you all the days of my life. Amen.

 

II. Passage of Praise: Psalm 107:1-7, 33-37 (UMH 830)

 

III. Daily Bible readings:

October 27, Monday  –  Genesis 12:1-9

October 28, Tuesday  –  Heb 11:1-31

October 29, Wednesday  –  Genesis 21:1-8

October 30, Thursday  –  2 Timothy 2:1-13

October 31, Friday  –  Matthew 5:8-12

November 1, Saturday (All Saints Day) –  Rev 7:9-17; Ps 34:1-10, 22 (UMH 769); 1 Jn 3:1-3; Mt 5:1-12

November 2, Sunday  –  Joshua 3:7-17; 1 Thessalonians 2:9-13;
(21st Sunday after Pentecost)
All Saints Sunday (DST ends)

 

 

IV. Moments of Reflection: Silent and/or written

 

V. Sweet Hour of Prayer: Personal and/or intercessory

 

VI. Hymns: Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus (UMH 514)/Standing on the Promises (UMH 374)

 

VII. Closing Prayer
We praise you, Dear Father, and thank you for a time of bonding. Allow us your strength to serve you, through Jesus Christ for this day and always. Amen.

 
Prepared by Rev. Q.C. Canlas, Jr.