When a new prayer request is added, we automatically send you an email containing the details of your request and a unique removal link. Keep this email in case you’d like to remove your prayer. Our prayer team then takes your prayer request and publishes it to the Prayer Wall as you you request.
When a request is posted to our Prayer Wall, you are encouraged to support one another in the form of the “I Prayed For This” button. When clicked, the prayer request is updated to reflect your support and prayer and the original submitter receives an instant email notification that someone has prayed for them.
Our desire is to use the Prayer Wall to encourage one another in the body of Christ. When submitting a prayer request please be sensitive to someone’s privacy if consent has not been given. Ideally, it should be about something you need prayer for personally. Prayer requests are moderated.
Our Prayer Wall can only be accessed by our Prayer team and all prayer requests must be moderated before they’re shared online, keeping inappropriate information out of sight. You can share your request Publicly or Anonymously or the Do Not Share option that will be prayed over privately.
I work for a Christian nonprofit ministry, and I’m soon going into two important meetings where we will be discussing allocation of the budget. I cannot discuss details, but I believe the money could be allocated in very harmful ways, or it could be allocated in ways that are honoring to God. Please pray that the Holy Spirit will lead that meeting. Pray that everyone will submit fully to God’s leading and God’s will, with no personal agendas. Pray that God will give me great courage and wisdom in what to say, and how to stand up for what’s right. Also pray for my colleague, for great courage and wisdom in his words to stand up for what’s right. Pray that the Lord will make the final decision. Thank you.
Received: July 1, 2020
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