801 37th Street office@summitviewcommunity.org 970-356-4777

Prayer Guide 6.11.19

Pray through Scripture

Choose one chapter to pray through.

  • Psalm 11: The Lord is in His Holy Temple
  • Psalm 41: O Lord, Be Gracious to Me
  • Psalm 71: Forsake Me Not When My Strength is Spent
  • Psalm 101: I Will Walk With Integrity
  • Psalm 131: I Have Calmed & Quieted my Soul
  • Proverbs 11: Practical Direction

Pray for Your Church

  • That the church’s primary teachers grow in dedication to God’s Word even when no one’s watching.
Church Members
  • Jay, Michelle, Jacob, Timothy & Emmalyn Nichols
  • Paul, Erin, Jonah, Jude, Idelette, Morrow & Verity Pavlik
  • Travis, Laura, Caleb, Mason, Kai, Jackson, Liam, Addie, Reed & Grace Polk
General Church Prayers
  • Pray God would continue to provide the finances for us to pay off our building.

Pray for Your Husband

Pray that your husband will have a humble, teachable spirit and a servant’s heart before the Lord. Pray that he will listen to God and desire to do His will. (Prov. 15:33; Eph. 6:6)


Pray for Your Wife

Pray that God will bring godly friends and encouragers to your wife and family, to strengthen them for the ministry and to provide meaningful fellowship, accountability, and times of rest. (Ps. 55:14; 119:63)


Pray for Your Children

Faithfulness—”Let love and faithfulness never leave my children, but bind these twin virtues around their necks and write them on the tablet of their hearts.” (Prov. 3:3)


Pray for Your Singleness

With my whole heart I seek you; let me not wander from your commandments. . . . I will meditate on your precepts and fix my eyes on your ways. . . . Turn my eyes from looking at worthless things; and give me life in your ways. . . . Keep steady my steps according to your promise, and let no iniquity get dominion over me. (Psalm 119:10, 15, 37, 133)

You are the only one who could ever truly make me happy. No spouse, no friend, no job, no amount of money could ever fill the space inside of me made for you. You are more than enough for me, and yet my heart is still prone to wander. Order my loves according to your surpassing worth and beauty, and guard my eyes and mind from being preoccupied with anyone or anything besides you. Capture my heart again, and secure it against all of Satan’s lies.


Pray for Unbelievers

Pray for them faithfully and persistently. Our temptation is to grow discouraged in prayer, to pray for a while and, when we see no visible results, to give up. But God calls us to persevere in prayer. “Continue steadfastly in prayer, being watchful in it with thanksgiving” (Colossians 4:2). (See also the parable of the persistent widow in Luke 18:1-8.)


Pray for the Nations

Guyana

Coooperative Republic of Guyana

Latin America

See Prayer Information

Geography

Area: 215,000 sq km

On the north coast of South America. A developed coastal strip with under-developed, forested interior.

Population: 761,442    Annual Growth: -0.06%

Capital: Georgetown

Urbanites: 28.5%

HDI Rank: 114 of 182 (UN Human Development Reports 2009)

Peoples

Peoples: 22 (9% unreached) All peoples
Unreached Peoples Prayer Card

Official language: English; Creole used by 90% of the population    Languages: 19 All languages

Religion

Largest Religion: Christian

Religion Pop % Ann Gr
Christians 401,128 52.68 0.0
Evangelicals 150,993 19.8 1.0

Prayercast

Challenges for Prayer

Guyana seems to exist precariously on many levels.It is constantly under threat from persistent claims on its land by Venezuela and Suriname. The political sphere is defined along racial lines. The economy is vulnerable to the climate, as the disastrous floods of 2005 attest. Large-scale emigration has denuded the country of much of its population, including many of the most gifted. Pray that an enduring hope might come to Guyana, most expressly through the transformation that only the gospel can enact.

There is a vital, vibrant, growing evangelical witness, and evangelicals are found in all levels of society. Pentecostal, charismatic (“clap-hand”) and evangelical denominations and fellowships continue to grow despite negative population growth. Churches are still largely divided along racial lines, but the multiracial congregations that do exist are some of the few ethnic bridges in the country. The cross-denominational work of the Guyanese Evangelical Fellowship is vital in this area. Pray for all believers to demonstrate the power of the gospel in their unity, in their words and in holy living.

(Prayer information gathered from Companion to Pray the Bible, Revive Our Hearts, The Gospel Coalition, Desiring God, Challies & Operation World)