Prayer and Spirituality
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“LORD JESUS CHRIST, BORN IN AGES PAST, BE BORN IN US TODAY”All too quickly we find ourselves already in Advent and the Christmas season and then into the New Year - 2019!
Amidst all the excitement we have another opportunity to pause, to think about the true meaning of Christmas - the birth of the one we celebrate - Jesus.
So, in the excitement lets not forget the true meaning of why we celebrate.
Jesus - You are still our joy, You are still our peace.
You are no longer a babe in the manger. You are Lord of Lords and King of Kings.
We celebrate you as Lord this Christmas and as we enter a new year, both as individuals and as churches, that we may stay focused on you.
We Pray :-
For those we know who are trying to cope in difficult circumstances.
For those dealing with unemployment.
For those suffering in body, mind, or spirit.
For those in continual pain.
For those who are experiencing loss - relational, financial, spiritual
For those who are feeling fearful of what 2019 might hold for them,
and those for whom the new year brings joy.
Lord, we pray for the leaders of our country. We ask that you will give them your guidance and protection as they discuss Brexit and its implications. Help them to deal honestly, speak graciously and work diligently.
Thank you for your reminder that both in seasons of celebration and in
seasons of brokenness, You are still with us, You never leave us and that we are safe in your care, now and always.