Teach Us To Pray: Day 12

Pray For Our Gatherings

Acts 2:42-47, Hebrews 10:24-25, 1 Chronicles 16:23-31, Romans 12:1-2, James 5:16

God did not design us to go through life alone. Adam had Eve. Jesus had the disciples, and the early church had each other.
We can learn a lot about God from His Word, and we can experience His presence wherever we are. But some things can only be experienced when we gather.

Sunday gatherings are a time to be encouraged, to give faith and to receive faith, to pray for one another, and to remind ourselves what’s true. When we gather as a family, we slow down and settle our hearts, making space to receive healing and a greater view of Jesus.

Even though our gatherings are a little different these days, we still gather in spirit. It won't be long until we are together again, so start praying now for God to move in our weekly times together.

  • What do you love about the Sunday gathering? 
  • How has your understanding of God grown through gathering with others?
  • What do you need to surrender to hear God more clearly this Sunday?
  • Do you show up ready to hear what God has for you on Sundays? Are you open to the people around you that may need some prayer, a hug, or a smile? 
  • What, if anything, needs to change so you can experience all the benefits of gathering on Sundays?
  • Ask God to continue to guide our worship leaders, teaching team, and pastors as they plan and prepare for Sunday gatherings. 
  • Ask God to increase the spiritual temperature on our church. 
  • What is God saying to you about your next step when it comes to the Sunday gathering?
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