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Long-Term Prayers:

Preston Arnold; John and Monica Bagley (health issues); Phyllis Ball (health issues); Barry (family and health issues); JoAnn Breitbach (health issues); Peta Capello (health issues); Barbara Carr (health issues); Marianne Foreman (health issues); Marilyn Harris (health issues); Sarah Hendricks (health issues); Jay (health issues); Wayne K. (health issues); Janet Mox (health issues); Phil Myer (health issues); Erna Pleinis (recovering from a car accident); Kay Rudolph (health issues); Laurie Snook (health issues); Brian Spencer (health issues); Dick Sulken (health issues); Michael Zimmer Jr. and family (health issues).

Please pray for our members and friends serving in the military: Jake Godboldte, Dylan Harris, Rachel MacCumbee, Scott MacCumbee, Brian Wolford, and their families.

01/10/2021

St.Paul’s Lutheran Church

PRAYER OF THE CHURCH

Let us pray for the whole Church of God in Christ Jesus and for all people according to their needs.

As I pray with the words, ”Let us pray to the Lord”. Please respond

“Lord, have mercy.”

For the faithful proclamation of Christ's saving name, that God's people may be strengthened and secured in the true faith, let us pray to the Lord,

Lord, have mercy.

For the holy Christian Church throughout the world and for all who confess the name of Christ that recreated us to restore us to God’s kingdom and to reflect our creator in words and deeds, let us pray to the Lord:

Lord, have mercy.

For this congregation, its mission and its people; for the ability to meet the needs that arise as we do the work God has given us to do; and for the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace, let us pray to the Lord:

Lord, have mercy.

For those who have wandered from the faith, that the Holy Spirit would use us to call them home to the Father, let us pray to the Lord:
Lord, have mercy.

For the government and all who have been set into positions of leadership, the outgoing president Donald Trump and the incoming president elect Joe Biden, that they may use the authority entrusted to them honorably and for the good of the people, let us pray to the Lord:
Lord, have mercy.

For all who serve in worthy occupations, professions, arts, and sciences, that God would grant them skill and integrity in the performance of their responsibilities and valued service through their vocations, let us pray to the Lord:

 Lord, have mercy.


For those who suffer from hunger, homelessness, poverty, or unemployment, that God's great mercy and love would preserve and relieve them, let us pray to the Lord:

Lord, have mercy.

For those who are sick especially,

•Bryce

•Charlotte

•Susan

•Stephen

•David

•Carole

•Bill

•Lee

•Craig

•Jessica

•Saralyn

•Molly

•Malexandra

•Shelly

•Todd

•Tom

•Jeffery

•Michael

•John

•Brian

•Linda

•Marilyn

•Herbert

•those infected with COVID 19

 

For these and all that are in our prayer list,

that God would grant healing to their bodies and strength to bear their infirmities with patience and grace, let us pray to the Lord:

 Lord, have mercy.


 For those who mourn, that in their time of sorrow they would not lose hope but rely on God's promise that He will never leave them or forsake them, let us pray to the Lord:

Lord, have mercy.

For all who need your protection from any harm, danger, sickness and COVID 19, including those who travel and serve in the military especially:

•Dylan

•Jake

•Rachel

•Brian

•And their families,

that you might protect, and encourage them in the your grace through Christ Jesus, let us pray to the Lord,

 Lord, have mercy.


 We praise you with those who rejoice in your divine blessings, especially.

 Phil for good test results and that he is cancer free.

Jack as he celebrates his birthday this week.

Joan as she celebrates her birthday this week.

that they may always remember the Giver of every gift and give Him heartfelt thanks, let us pray to the Lord:

Lord, have mercy.

O Lord, heavenly Father, on the last day, gather us together from the ends of the earth to celebrate with all the faithful the marriage feast of the Lamb in His kingdom, which has no end. Graciously receive our prayers, deliver and preserve us, for to You alone we give all glory, honor, and worship, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever.

Amen.  

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