Sunday: Church family
Thank You Lord for the opportunity to worship You with the nations in Hanoi. Bless our KidzQuest, Aftershock Youth, and ConnectGroups ministries. I pray for the spiritual, emotional, financial & physical health of HIF and all HIFers.
Monday: Leaders & Staff
Thank You Lord for our elders, leaders and staff. I pray for Your love, wisdom, vision, and strength to fill them. Bless our staff today as they rest. Provide the needed additional leaders and staff.
Tuesday: Sharing our faith
May many from all nationalities come to know Jesus and be baptized this coming year. Equip and give us boldness to share our faith. Show me who I can invite others to Alpha and HIF events.
Wednesday: Gov't leaders
Bless our national leaders, Religious Affairs, Hanoi Mayor, City Police, etc. May we be a blessing to the city and the nations. Give us favor with our gov’t for HIF’s independent registration, visas, bank account, and operations.
Thursday: City & Global
May we demonstrate Christ’s love in practical ways through our CityPartners projects so they can see You in us. May we, through our GlobalPartners, extend Your love to all the nations in the region and throughout the world.
Friday: Unity body of Christ
Bring unity and collaboration among the church leaders and members in Hanoi and Vietnam. May revival start from the North and spread nation-wide. May the Church increase and be fruitful.
Saturday: My role at HIF
Bless my ministry team, connect group, and friends in HIF. May my tithes & offerings through HIF bless You and the nations. I pray for my home country, family, and friends “back home.”
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40 day prayer guide
I believe God wants to unite our hearts together this year in a fresh way. We live in a fallen world, surrounded daily by things that distract, discourage, deceive and destroy. The beauty of the gospel of Jesus Christ is that we no longer stand alone in this world. We have been grafted into a community of faith, purchased by the precious blood of Christ—to live as His redeemed, united in mission. As the family of God, we now come together as brothers and sisters around one cause—to glory Him and make him known.
Amidst all the dangers and challenges that surround us in life, perhaps the greatest danger we face as Christians, is within us: our own complacency. So easily, we settle for mediocre Christian living. Our passion weakens. Our devotion faints. We become content. We get too comfortable. It’s been said, “The only reason we don’t have revival, is because we are willing to live without it.” So easily, we get caught up in the cares of this life, and our desire for spiritual revival is quenched.
I believe God wants to awaken HIF by giving us a new hunger for Him. That He would give us a new taste of the goodness of God, to learn and experience afresh, that He is completely and sufficiently—enough. (Psalm 34:8 ). When you seek a fresh outpouring of His Spirit, the living God will meet you. Corporately, the same is true. When the people of God, come together to meet God afresh—God answers.
The Psalmist prayed, “Will You not revive us again so that Your people may rejoice in You?” (Psalm 85:6).
Hanoi International Fellowship—do we desire for the Lord to revive us? May we cry out in unity and pray for the work God wants to do in and through our church family to reach the hurting in Hanoi. Ask God to move. Desire to meet Him on this journey.
With much joy and anticipation,