Summary: The following is a alphabetic list of key points to help you learn how to pray for fellow believers. Prayer Example: If you abide in me and my word abides in you ask whatever you wish and it will be done for you. (John 15:7)Quote: To pray in the Spi
Prayer Guide For Pastors, Teachers, & Missionaries by Paul Fritz
Praying at all times in the Spirit and with all manner of prayer and entreaty. To that end keep alert and watch with strong purpose and perseverance, interceding on behalf of all the saints. (Eph. 6:18)
The following is a alphabetic list of key points to help you learn how to pray for fellow believers.
Prayer Example: If you abide in me and my word abides in you ask whatever you wish and it will be done for you. (John 15:7)
Quote: To pray in the Spirit is to pray according to the will of God by the word of God and with the powerful direction of the Holy Spirit.
A - Anointing - Ask God for the anointing-empowering-filling-directing-maturing of the Holy Spirit so that the person will operate in the Spirit’s power.
B - Boldness - Pray that the person speaks the word of God with boldness, confidence, & articulative cross-cultural effectiveness.
C - Comfort - Ask God for the comfort when one is discouraged, broken-hearted, or stressed out. Trust the Lord for the comfort of the Spirit’s song, strength, & succor.
D - Direction - Ask the Lord that the person will sense God’s specific direction in one’s personal life & ministry activities. Wisdom for discerning the best decision not just the one that is least objectional to everyone concerned.
E. - Encourage - Ask God to send someone to encourage the person & to allow the person to be a blessing to many. Trust the Lord for the renewing of the Joy of the Lord
F - Family - Pray that the person will guide one’s family in the way of the Lord’s will
G - Glory to God - Pray that the person will live each day to glorify God
H - Humility - Ask that the person will develop a sense of humility & reject pride.
I - Insight - Ask the the person will see people & things from God’s perspective.
J - Joy - Pray that the person will be full of joy of the Lord in all situations.
K - Knowledge - Pray that the person will desire knowledge of God’s word & apply it consistently. Trust in the Lord for wisdom, ideas, & insights into all problem areas.
L - Love - Ask the the person will labor from Godly motives, not to please other people or live hampered by a fear of men
M - Motivation - Pray that the person will be a vessel of God’s love to others
N - Needs - Pray that the person will realize that in Christ all needs will be met according to His riches in glory. Trust that the Lord will provide in all areas of life.
O - Open doors - Pray that the person will recognize opportunities to share the gospel.
P - Prayer partners - Ask God to provide prayer partners who will intercede on a regular basis for this person. Trust God for a community of believers in each domain.
Q - Quiet Time - Pray that nothing will keep the person’s life so he or she will experience personal renewal & maturity in all dimensions of life.
R - Revival - Ask God to work in the person’s life so they may experience personal revival in all things. Trust the Lord to help the person spend quality time in devotions