Morning Prayer Notes for Friday, December 3, 2021

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Kathy led group in worship…

Cindy shared…

I have the daily reading today. I think that’s one of the biggest things that I encourage people in is to “read the Word.” But just read it through. I had never read the Word through till I met DJ. He gave me a Bible and said “here.” So we can talk to each other about what we read every day. It’s so good. And today was 1st John 3:11.

“This is the message we have heard from the beginning. We should love one another. We should not be like Cain who belonged to the evil one and killed his brother. And why did he kill him? Because Cain had been doing what was evil, and his brother had been doing what was right. So don’t be surprised your brother and sister, if the world hates you. Just keep doing right. If we love our Christians, it proves that we have passed from death to eternal life. But a person who doesn’t love them is still dead. Anyone who hates another Christian is really a murderer at heart. And you know that murderers don’t have eternal life within them. We know what real love is because Christ gave up His life for us. And so we also ought to give up our lives for our Christian friends.”

Pastor Ken was speaking yesterday about growing up spiritually. And it wasn’t an indictment. I mean, none of us have arrived. But we continue in our walk with God and developing.

One of my favorite places to go in the scriptures is 2nd Peter 1, because it has so much promise of doing just that. 2nd Peter 1:21.

“This letter is from Simon Peter, a slave and apostle of Jesus Christ. I’m writing to all you who share the same precious faith. We have faith given to us by Jesus Christ. It’s the faith of the Son of God. It’s a deposit He’s placed in us. What are we going to do with that is the question? Our God and Savior who makes us right with Him, with God. May God bless you with a special favor and wonderful peace as you come to know Jesus.”

See, this is what we’re doing here on earth. We’re coming to know Jesus, looking in His Word and seeking Him and reflecting His image because He’s made us right. We don’t look at the world. We look to Jesus. He is our standard.

“Come to know Jesus, our God and Lord, better and better. As we know Jesus better, His divine power gives us everything we need for living a godly life. He has called us to receive His own glory and goodness. And by the same mighty power He has given us all of His rich, wonderful promises. He has promised that you will escape the decadence all around you, caused by evil desires that you will share in His divine nature. So make every effort to apply the benefits of these promises to your life. Then your faith will produce a life of moral excellence. A life of moral excellence leads to knowing God better. Knowing God leads to self-control. Self-control leads to patient endurance and patient endurance leads to godliness. Godliness leads to love for other Christians. And, finally, you will grow to have genuine love for everyone.”

So His divine promises have been given to us so that we would lay hold of them and through them escape the corruption that’s in the world through lust and be conformed and display His nature. That’s a promise! So basically in a nutshell, this is our design for growing up. Take His Word.


Father, we take your word today. We are more than conquerors through Jesus who loved us and greater is He that is in us than he that is in the world. There’s more with us than with them.

Father, help us to see the way you see… through your written Word… We put it in our hearts and then that word speaks to us at just the right time.

Father, we’re in your river. And your river is eternal life. Eternal life is flowing and we’re the riverbed.

We trust in you. We love you. We give you all praise and honor for you’re worthy. There’s none like you.

Kathy led group in worship…

DJ led prayer…

I was led by the Holy Spirit this morning. I heard the Lord say we need to pray for someone’s tooth or teeth, for the healing of the gums, teeth, or fillings. So we’re going to do that.

Thank you, Father. As you spoke to us this morning to pray for whoever needed healing about their teeth… Jesus, you were wounded for our transgressions, you were bruised for our iniquities. Thank you, Father, for healing is the bread of children. Thank you, Father. We do not forget all His benefits, who forgives all our sins and heals all our diseases. Father, we pray for the man or woman who’s having a teeth problem. We ask you in the name of Jesus, and we speak to your teeth to be lined up with the Word. God sent His Word and healed us. We pray for supernatural fillings, be they gold or silver. Supernatural healing, in the name of Jesus, that your teeth become new. Thank you for giving us everything that pertains to godliness. Thank you, Father…

Link from Pastor Lynne Hammond:

Pastor Lynne would like to share a link to all of the prayer people. It’s an article entitled, “Hanukkah Is the Eternal Triumph of God Over Secularism.” She thought it would be very helpful to you all when you pray about Israel and the Jewish people! To open up the article, click here.

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