Emmanuel’s Prayer Ministry group invites you to their weekly prayer conference call. Every Wednesday from 7:30pm to 8pm you can join the call, just email Judy Davies at email@example.com for the information.
Created to Love
Find the weekly reflections from Bishop LaTrelle Easterling for download here:
- Reflection #1
- Reflection #2
- Week 1 – How am I created to love?
- Week 2 – Where am I overly concerned with self?
- Week 3 – Is my heart pure?
- Week 4 – How are my actions aligned with God’s will?
- Week 5 – Where does my life not bring God glory?
- Week 6 – Where do we need to be transformed?
- Week 7 – How are we united to love?
Weekly Prayer Focus
The prayer ministry invites you to remember their weekly prayer focus, taken from the “Homeless Prayers and Scriptures 2019 Calendar”:
This Week’s Scripture & Prayer:
Psalm 27:1 – The Lord is my light and salvation, so why should I be afraid? The Lord is my fortress protecting me from danger, so why should I tremble?
Prayer: Dearest Lord, Thank you for this day, for EVERY day. Thank you for all that you give that sustains me no matter what. Please help me to trust in you and your will for me, even though I am often afraid and unsure. Help me to feel strand and brave enough to seek help, to try to help myself if I can and to help others as I can. Please help me to remember your psalm which many of us know by heart, the 23rd psalm, in which we proclaim you as our shepherd, the one who let us rest in green pastures, leads us along the correct paths. Although we are uncertain and afraid, we KNOW that YOU are with us. You restore our souls and our bodies, if possible. Even in the face of evil, your hands guide us and hold us. You prepare for us all that we need, you give us the table, the full cup. Our days are filled with your mercies, and you are with us, with me. You FILL us ALWAYS and forever no matter what. Thank you. Your light and your love are with me throughout each moment. You save me from the unknown, dangers in life, in work, in my existence, in my weakness, and even as I face the darkness of doubt. Please help me to be strong, for you, for others. THAN YOU dear God, let your will be done. Amen.