Weekly Watch Focus: Armed Forces & Wounded Warriors

FRIDAY, Nov. 28, 2014, During this Thanksgiving and Christmas season we pray for all the members of our armed forces— many of whom are serving far from home, away from their families. May the Spirit of God comfort them and their loved ones. May they continually know angelic protection. We pray they be filled with supernatural joy and thanks. Let our loving prayers especially reach out to our wounded warriors and their families as they journey toward restoration and healing. May there be provision for all of their needs. 

Also, let us also cover in prayer our cities that have experienced disturbances after the verdict in Ferguson, MO. Pray for the Shalom of God over our nation. Bind the voices that would encourage violence. We pray the spirit of healing will descend on these neighborhoods in turmoil.

Ps. 91: 4, 11, “He will cover you with His pinions,  and under His wings you will find refuge;  His faithfulness is a shield and buckler… For He will command His angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways.”

Ps 27:2-5, “When evildoers assail me  to eat up my flesh, my adversaries and foes,  it is they who stumble and fall. Though an army encamp against me,  my heart shall not fear; though war arise against me, yet] I will be confident. One thing have I asked of the Lord,  that will I seek after: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord    all the days of my life, to gaze upon the beauty of the Lord and to inquire in His temple. For He will hide me in His shelter in the day of trouble; He will conceal me under the cover of His tent; He will lift me high upon a rock.”

Jer. 30:17a, “But I will restore you to health and heal your wounds.”

Ps. 107:20, Jer. 29:7, Jer. 31:17
 

Reminder: This Friday will be a mini watch from 7:30-9pm. We will not be streaming live Online.

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