Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Day 2: Tuesday June 4th

It's Day Two of our Week-Long Facetime Challenge! Let's jump in and get some time with God!

Today's FaceTime Tip:

Mark 1:35: "Very early in the morning, while it was still dark, Jesus got up, left the house and went off to a solitary place, where he prayed."

Sometimes it can be helpful to get up and leave your home to pray if you do not have a solitary place at your house. Some people pray in their yard, in their car, or in their garage. Help yourself focus today by finding a quiet and solitary place to seek God.

Worship

Let's begin our worship time together today by worshipping to the song "Holy Spirit." Begin your worship time by welcoming the Holy Spirit into your life today.


Link: Holy Spirit with Kim Walker

Prayer:

Each day this week we will be praying for our SELF, our SPHERE, and the NATIONS of the world.

SELF: Start today by praying for yourself.

Read Psalm 103 over your life today (link here).  As you read, pause after each phrase. Command your soul to bless the Lord. Remind yourself of all the benefits of walking with Jesus. Thank God for forgiveness, healing, redemption, and renewal.

SPHERE: Today we are going to pray for our immediate family. Follow the guide below.

  • Write the name of the family member down in your journal
  • As you wait on God, as the Holy Spirit for a Scripture or promise to pray for that each family member.
  • Write down that promise and pray this word over that person for the next few dasys.
NATIONS: 

  • Pray for the All Peoples team in Peru today. Ask God that He would connect them to leaders and influential people that could lead a new church upon the team's departure. Pray for protection and energy for the team. Pray for unity.
Word:

As we journey through the Bible this week we are going to be reading the book of James.

Read James 2 today. (James 2 - Click Here)

Answer these questions while you are reading:
  1. What does this passage teach me about God
  2. What does this teach me about myself and my world today?
  3. How do I need to obey this Scripture today?



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