In addition to saying the Lord’s Prayer together as a family, the following may be used as a guide for family or individual prayer.
Monday: Pray for one another. What’s happening this week? Any sickness? Problems? If you’re able, share with one another some area in your life where God wants you to grow. Confess sins to one another.
Tuesday: Pray for your relatives and friends.
Wednesday: Pray for those in authority: President Trump, government officials, local leaders, teachers at school.
Thursday: Pray for people you know who don’t know Jesus.
Friday: Pray for the Church around the world, for missionaries, for the extending of God’s Kingdom.
Saturday: Pray for PCPC, for the pastors and elders, for the deacons and staff members. Pray for those who are sick and in need of care. Pray for the worship which is going to take place on Sunday morning.
PCPC Daily Prayer Guide
Epiphany, Lent, & Holy Week 2021
This prayer guide will lead us through the book of Isaiah alongside prayers in the Psalms. Isaiah is a deep dive into God’s mighty acts of judgment and grace in the history of Israel with promises that point to the coming Messiah. The Bible teacher Warren Wiersbe called Isaiah a “Bible in miniature” for its features that reflect the Bible as a whole. There are sixty-six chapters in Isaiah and sixty-six books in the Bible. The thirty-nine chapters of the first half of Isaiah may be compared to the thirty-nine books in the Old Testament with God’s righteous judgment of sin as a major theme in both. The twenty-seven chapters of the second half of Isaiah echo the twenty-seven books of the New Testament with the redemptive grace of God revealed.
We’ve made this Prayer Guide available through the PCPC app (download via Apple App Store or Google Play Store for free), so you can have access wherever you are throughout the day. We also have a limited available in print that can be picked up at the PCPC Security Desk (through the Wycliff Ave entrance).