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Wednesday, April 29th 2004 - Prayer of the Week on Acts 6:1-7

Let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy!

O Lord Your proclamation has gone out into all the world and your word to the end of the universe. You opened the minds and hearts of Your followers by teaching them through word deed and service to others. You said that You came to serve not to be served. As you called your servants, your deacons, to greater ministry so we pray You will call us. May we take Your word to the world either through support or by actual mission so we can, along with the Myrrbearing women, experience Your resurrection. We pray in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit Amen.

Thursday, April 22nd 2004 - Prayer of the Week on John 20: 19-31

Let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy!

O Lord we have experienced Your resurrection. We are thrilled to greet each other with the words "Christ is Risen", but we are like Apostle Thomas and wish to see because our faith is so weak. We pray You will come to us as You came to Your Apostles and guided them to understand the scriptures. Plant in us a seed to form Bible study groups so that our lives can be transformed and our faith strengthened and we will be among those who have not seen and believed. We pray in the name of the Father Son and Holy Spirit Amen.

Friday, April 2nd 2004 - Prayer of the Week on Mark 10: 32 -45

Let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy!

O Lord have we become so prideful that we expect that our labors in ]your vineyard will guarantee our salvation? Have we become so arrogant in our thinking that we can consider that our work is done and we can now receive the benefits? Do we want to be served? Do we define our church attendance by what we are getting? As we prepare to walk with You to Calvary help us to remain faithful and not develop a spirit of laziness. We do not want to be deprived of the place You have prepared for those who love You. We pray in the name of the Father Son and Holy Spirit Amen.