Do you have big goals you’re trying to meet? Is there a need on your team or in your business that it will take a movement of God to meet? Do you think your workplace might benefit by learning to “Love One Another” a little better? If so, join Workmatters and thousands of believers across the country next week for the National Day of Prayer.
May 2nd is the National Day of Prayer, a day when we all have an opportunity to join with Christians across the nation to pray God’s promises over our work, our communities, our families and our country.
Workmatters would like to invite you and your coworkers to join our team and others across the country during the National Day of Prayer. This year’s theme, Love One Another, is based on John 13:34, “love one another, just as I have loved you.” You can keep it simple by inviting one or two others to join you for prayer before the workday begins or during the lunch hour that day. Or you can gather a large group together to pray.
Either way, send us your prayer requests and join us for a prayer event live on Facebook at 7 am and noon central time.
Prayer is a part of the Workmatters culture. Jesus told us “ask anything in my name and it will be done for you.” When Jesus qualifies this promise with “in my name” he is saying that the prayers need to be aligned with his Word. Scripture provides many examples of people who pray God’s promises back to Him over and over again. And when they do, their prayers are answered!
The National Day of Prayer’s call to “Love One Another” will be covering five key areas in prayer:
- Pray for America to love one another.
- Pray for the Church in America to love one another.
- Pray for families, workplaces, communities, and cities in America to love one another.
- Pray for all ethnicities and people in America to love one another
- Pray we will love God and each other so much that we will agree clearly, unite visibly, and pray extraordinarily for the next great spiritual awakening in America.
Workmatters will be LIVE on Facebook at 7 am and noon central time to pray over these five key areas and YOU. Send in your prayer requests and join us LIVE on Thursday, May 2nd. We look forward to standing with you in prayer! (Sign up to receive a notification when we go live.)
When we pray in unity with one another, it is so powerful. In John 17:21 Jesus prayed for his disciples and all who would believe in Jesus through their message, “that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you.” The prayers of believers united for a cause gets God’s attention. Jesus tells us in Matthew 18: 19-20 “Again, truly I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything they ask for, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven. For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.”