August Prayer Diary

“There has never been a spiritual awakening in any country or locality that did not begin in united prayer.” D A T Pierson

“This is the confidence that we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us.” 1 John 5:14

  1. Pray for the community where you live that you will be ‘salt and light’.
  2. Pray for all who attend church today in Tywyn and area, that they will hear and receive all that God has for them.
  3. Ask God to give parents patience and wisdom during the summer school holidays.
  4. Let us pray for God’s guidance as we respond to his call to serve him in our community.”
  5. Prayer for the work of Street Pastors, C.A.P and the local Barmouth Food Bank.
  6. Bring before God the church in Albania, pray for the BMS partners as they lead local churches and reach out to communities.
  7. Pray for all those who are suffering and grieving after the recent tragic circumstances on Tywyn beach and for safety for holidaymakers.
  8. Bring before God the things on your mind and ask him to be with all that is on your heart.
  9. As we come together to worship, pray that God’s name will be honoured and Jesus worshipped in Holy Spirit’s power.
  10. Pray for anyone you know who has faced bereavement. Illness or injury recently – may they know God’s peace.
  11. Ask for the Holy Spirit’s guidance for the TBC leadership.
  12. Zimbabwe. Although there are no longer BMS mission personnel there much of the work started continues led by nationals. Praise God and pray the work continues successfully.
  13. Pray for all those attending Soul Survivor this year that God will bless them, keep them safe and healthy and have a really good time with one another.
  14. Pray for those involved with ‘Race the Train’ tomorrow, the competitors and helpers. Pray for a safe day for everyone.
  15. Remember our local Town Council, the Gwynedd County Council and the Welsh Assembly.
  16. Bring before God today’s services, that those preaching and leading will know God’s anointing.
  17. Read a Psalm from your bible and pray a prayer using words from it.
  18. Pray for all those in our church family who go out to work. Ask that they would be a clear witness to those they work for and with.
  19. Remember all the seafarers who cross the oceans of the world and their families at home. Ask God to bless the work of the Mission to Seamen.
  20. We pray for those who are suffering long term ill health, that they may feel the strength and comfort of the love of God.
  21. Give thanks for answered prayer
  22. Pray for the pre-school and junior church at TBC that the children and leaders will have a good time together.
  23. As we meet together today let us praise God with a thankful heart for all he has given us.
  24. Bring to God worldwide problems that you have seen on the news or read of in newspapers.
  25. Remember the local services, Police, Fire, Ambulance, Air Ambulance, Health Centre and Hospitals. Thank God for them.
  26. Continue to pray for Christian brothers and sisters who are forced to worship in secret and often in isolation.
  27. Ask God to bless Tywyn as large numbers of people visit the area this bank holiday weekend.
  28. Pray for those who find themselves in difficult relationships – pray for their protection.
  29. Thank God for ‘ADVENT’ as they are a witness on our high street, and their work with the Food Bank.
  30. This is the day that the LORD has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it.
  31. Ask God to be especially near to those who will be experiencing change as they return to school, college or university.