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Praying Together | 3.17

Sovereign Grace Church of Louisville
Prayer Points | March 17, 2020

Praise God that through Christ he has saved us from our sin and brought us to himself. Thank God that His kingdom is unshakeable and not of this earth (Heb. 12:28).

Praise God for his sovereign control over all things and that not one bird on this earth can fall to the ground without him knowing it (Matt. 10:29).

Pray for our brothers and sisters in nations that are currently bearing the brunt of this pandemic: China, Italy, Spain, and Iran. Ask for grace, protection, provision, and spiritual fruitfulness amidst the crisis.

Ask that God would use our churches in the United States to be a light on a hill for those looking for hope during this pandemic.

Pray for opportunities for evangelism with friends, neighbors, family, etc.

Pray that parents will continue to teach their children that our greatest treasure cannot rust, be stolen, or get infected, but that our greatest treasure is in heaven (Matt 6:20).

Pray that our Sunday gatherings would be rich and profitable for our church over the next few weeks whether in person or online.

Pray for those struggling financially or whose jobs or livelihoods are endangered: that God would faithfully provide for all their needs, and that their confidence would be in the Lord (Jer. 8:6).

Pray that God would work Psalm 121 into our hearts, and that the message we heard on Sunday would help grow us to further trust in God in all areas of life.

Pray that God would continue to provide financially for our church during this season.

Ask God to bless and provide for our students as they have to reorient their plans for the semester. Give them peace that only can come from you, and grace for how to do classes online.

Pray that God would bless the future church plant, Trinity Fellowship Church in Ethiopia— especially, (a) that He would build a solid core team of Ethiopians and (b) that He would provide financially for the Pannells and the Thomases as they desire to leave Louisville in June to join their team.