Thought for the Day: This sounds like a genuine request from the Apostle Paul. We don’t know all that he is dealing with in this moment, but we can assume it’s a lot. This coming Friday and Saturday, Cypress Creek Christian Church is organizing a 24-hour Prayer Vigil. We are hoping to have at least one person in every 30-minute time slot from 8am on Friday to 8am on Saturday. Down below, you will find a link. Though we won’t pray for every single person in the congregation by name, we will be praying for one another in a very deliberate and conscious way. Prayer doesn’t solve every little problem, but it provides praying people the capacity to live the most faithful way amidst the problem. I hope you’ll consider joining the 24-hour Prayer Vigil, and even if you don’t commit to a 30-minute time slot, I ask that you find some time to join this chain of prayer. And if you’re asking yourself, “What do I do for 30 minutes?” We will send out on Thursday a sheet of suggestions, scriptures and other reflections to help focus your time.
Prayer: Lead us into prayer, Merciful God. Meet us in our prayers; connect us to the larger family of faith through our petitions and supplications; provide us with the spiritual sustenance necessary for this moment of time. We ask this in the name of Jesus who is the Bread of Life. Amen.
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