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A Prayer for the Global Church

A Prayer for the Global Church - A prayer from YouVersion.

A Prayer for the Global Church – A prayer from YouVersion

A Prayer for the Global Church

Dear God,

Thank You that we get to be a part of Your global Church at this moment. Thank You for the opportunity to spread Your love and hope to a world living in darkness and despair.

Your Word says that if Your people humble themselves, turn away from wickedness, and call on Your name, that You will answer them and heal their land.

A Prayer for the Global Church - A prayer from YouVersion

So we, Your people, are asking Your forgiveness for the times we’ve chosen not to love the people You put in front of us.

Allow this season to strengthen Your Church and to remind us of how much You love this hurting world.

Please heal our land and use us to meet the needs of others. Grow our faith as You grow Your global Church.

Come, Lord Jesus, and do what only You can do.

In Jesus’ Name, Amen.prayer-icon-white-2812943

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