pray and feet 4303c1266ae233d3969c6eded5e5356cDAY 28 – March 8th – Guide Me to Who You Want Me to Help

Scriptures:   John 13:34–35; Galatians 5:13


Miss Clara prayed and asked God to, “Guide me to who You want me to help.”


Her hurts and past lessons gave her a testimony and teaching strategy to share with others so that they did not have to go through the pain she had suffered. Write down lessons God has taught you through past experiences. Write down your testimony and always be ready to share it with others. Ask God to guide you to someone He wants you to help. Write down a name as He shows you opportunity to share His love.*


Pray for clarity so that you do not hesitate nor manipulate the situation. Ask for wisdom. Remember Miss Clara’s profound prayer, “Lord, do not let me push too hard; I know I have a big mouth!” Write down a prayer for a specific area where you already know you will need God’s hand to move as you reach out to the one He guides you to help. Remember that He may guide you to someone who is not at all like you had hoped or imagined. Be obedient no matter who He leads you to (John 13:34–35).*(Kathy Branzell)



  • Pray for the church and yourself to learn to serve as Christ did and demonstrate love.
  • Pray that the believers serve our community in ways that will soften the hearts of unbelievers to the gospel of love, grace and truth.
  • Pray that unbelievers would receive your service as a demonstration of Christ’s love for them, leading many to salvation.
  • Pray that our service would be a holy demonstration of Christ’s love, not self-serving in any way.
  • Pray for business people. Pray that they operate honestly and to frustrate any practice that creates injustice. Pray that you will grow in the knowledge of God’s Word for every aspect of your life.

 Linda Fegins , The Prayer Leader 3/7/2016


DAY 29 –March 9th – Goals-Track Progress

Scriptures:   Psalm 138; Habakkuk 2:2


Every strategy includes “keeping score.” This is not keeping a score of rights and wrongs between you and another person, or even the wrong theology that if our right behavior outweighs our sin.*


In business, employees/employers write goals that are measurable and timely targets. This is often called a scorecard, which acts as an instrument panel guiding your people and company toward achieving your vision. With the scorecard, you can actively track your progress on a monthly basis.*


One of the best ways to see God’s faithfulness is to keep a record of our answered prayers. Miss Clara had framed a list of “Answered Prayers” on her hallway wall. As you ask God to move or meet a need, write it down on a list or keep a journal. Make written notes when you see God’s hand moving, circumstances changing, and, finally, when the prayer is answered (Psalm 138).* *(Kathy Branzell)




  • Pray that you would grow in grace and in the knowledge of the Lord.
  • Thank the Lord for His grace and for the gifts He has bestowed upon you.
  • Pray that you and members of the church demonstrate graciousness in your attitude, speech and actions.
  • Pray that our city will be transformed as we cry in humble and faith-filled intercession.
  • Pray for every member of the body to understand their place and purpose in the body and to work together in proper relationship with each other under the leadership of the Pastor.                          

Linda Fegins, The Prayer Leader 3/7/2016



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