Monthly prayer sheet

OUR DAILY BREAD                      June 2018

 

Dear Lord, we pray for all those who are sitting exams at this time of year. We pray Lord you will keep them safe as they prepare and take their exams. Help their families as they support and take care of them at this stressful time in family life. Keep them from stress and help them to be positive about their future whatever the outcome. So don’t worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring its own worries. Today’s trouble is enough for today. Matthew 6: 34 Amen.

Friday 1st:  Residents in Aireworth St. & Clergy of the Parish.

This month let us be willing to step out and give glory to God by allowing Him to use you in the gifts He has given you. Let us thank God for all creation, for the seasons, for new growth, for the joy of beauty all around us and for the summer days ahead. Amen.

 

Saturday 2nd: Residents in Albion Rd. & Church Wardens, A.L.M’s, Readers.

What keeps us from believing God can handle all our problems? Nothing is impossible with God. Luke 1: 37.

 

Reading for the week ahead: Psalm 23

 

Sunday 3rd: Residents in Anderby Walk & PCC Members, Treasurer & Secretary.

Start each day with a smile. It just might be more satisfying than a big breakfast. The cheerful heart has a continual feast. Proverbs 15: 15

 

Monday 4th: Residents in Bamber Croft & Organist and Choir.

Lord God Almighty, pour upon us your Spirit, and set us on fire with love for you, that we may bring forth the fruits of love, joy, and peace, and live to the praise of your holy name. Amen.

 

Tuesday 5th: Residents in Barnaby’s Rd., Bristle Hall Way. & Lay Eucharist Assts.

In difficult times, God wants us to listen to His voice and lean on Him, rather than resisting. That’s when we find rest and the hope our hearts crave. Find rest, O my soul, in God alone: my hope comes from Him. Psalm 62:5.

 

Wednesday 6th: Residents in Chorley Rd, The Meadows & Sidespersons, Intercessors.

Above all, be generous to one another. Whatever gift each of you may have received, use it in service to one another. Give it as in the strength which God supplies. 1 Peter 4.

 

Thursday 7th: Residents in Dicconson Lane & Team Ministry, Healing Ministry.

Sand between your toes….. ocean breeze….. blue sky….. glorious gifts from a generous God. The earth belongs to God! Everything in all the world is His!  Psalm 24:1

 Friday 8th: Residents in Church Lane, Wingates Lane & Women’s Guild.

Lord, when I’m puzzled, uncertain, help me to remember you’re in control. Your finger on the button. And, whether I can see the end or not, help me to accept that you know where we’re going. Amen

 

Saturday 9th: Residents in Church St. to Railway Station & Gates Primary School

Loving Jesus, gentle lamb, in thy gracious hands I am, Make me, Saviour, what thou art, live thyself within my heart.

I shall then show forth thy praise, serve thee all my happy days; Then the world shall always see, Christ, the holy child in me. Wesley.

 

Reading for the week ahead: Psalm 24

 

Sunday 10th: Residents in Croft St. Dixon St. Westchapel Mews & Men’s Grp.

Grant us a vision Lord, to see what we can achieve; to reach out beyond ourselves; to share our lives with others; to stretch our capabilities; to increase our sense of purpose; to be aware of where we can help; to be sensitive to your Presence; to give heed to your constant call. Amen. David Adam

 

Monday 11th: Residents in Dixon Crt. & Wingates Residential Home.

Barnabas the Apostle: Bountiful God, giver of all gifts, who poured your Spirit upon your servant Barnabas and gave him grace to encourage others: help us, by his example, be generous in our judgements and unselfish in our service; through Jesus Christ, your Son our Lord. Amen.

 

Tuesday 12th: Residents in Fawcett’s Fold & Housebound, Emergency Services.

Bind us together, Lord, bind us together with cords that cannot be broken; bind us together, Lord, bind us together, O bind us together with love. Hymn 54

 

Wednesday 13th: Residents in Greensmith’s Way & Brownies, Tiddliewinks Grps.

Words of St. Teresa’s prayer:

Christ has no body now, but yours, No hands, no feet on earth, but yours,

Yours are the eyes with which He sees, Yours are the feet with which He walks,

Yours are the hands with which He blesses the world. Amen

 

Thursday 14th:  Residents in Hardy Close & Gardeners, Flower Arrangers.

Joy comes from a deep-seated trust that God is in control of everything that concerns you.  Trust in the Lord with all your heart….. in all ways acknowledge Him and He will make your paths straight. Proverbs 3: 5-6.

 

Friday 15th: Residents in Holden Lea & Cleaning Team, Kitchen Crew.

You chart the path ahead of me and tell me where to stop and rest. Psalm 139:3.

Saturday 16th: Residents in James St. & Children’s Church & Helpers.

Dear, Father, thank you that you already know what I need. Thank you that you love to give good gifts to your children. Please provide for me and those that I love, and let us not lack for anything. Amen

 

Reading for the week ahead: Psalm 25

 

Sunday 17th: Residents in Lever St. & Social Events.

Our heavenly father God above, full of truth and grace and love. Thank you that you’re always there, that you hear and that you care, about the big things and the small, that fill our lives we bring it all. Let your words help us to know which way to turn which way to go, bringing to our earthly place, a little more of heaven’s grace. Give us what we need today, to eat, to work, to love and play. Please forgive us when we make a wrong, by aim or by mistake, and knowing that you always do, may we forgive each other too. This world around us is full of different things to push and pull our hearts and minds in every way. Help us with this Lord we pray, to choose the healthy and the right, to bring your blessing and your light. Our Father by Hannah Dunnett.

 

Monday 18th: Residents in Manchester Rd. to bridge & Family Services.

Lord Jesus, this is a month of delight, as we see more shoots of colour and new growth on shrubs and trees. We pray that our walk with you will be that same joy and surprise with every step we take. Amen.

 

Tuesday 19th: Residents in Part St. & 8.00 am Service & Congregation

Colours of day dawn into the mind, the sun has come up, the night is behind.

Go down in the city, into the street, and let’s give the message to the people we meet.

So light up the fire and let the flame burn, open the door, let Jesus return.

Take seeds of His Spirit, let the fruit grow, tell the people of Jesus, let His love flow.

 

Wednesday 20th: Residents in Plough Fields & 9.30 am Service & Congregation.

Go through the park, on into the town; the sun still shines on it never goes down.

The Light of the world is risen again; the people of darkness are needing our friend.

So light up the fire ….. Hymn 1039.

 

Thursday 21st: Residents in Ryecroft Drive & Baptism Families.

Longest Day – after this days get shorter!!

We have nothing to boast about other than the cross of Jesus.

Far be it from me to boast except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, by which the world has been crucified to me, and I to the world.  Galatians 6: 14

 

Friday 22nd: Residents in Scott St. & Families of Weddings & Funerals.

A light in the darkness stops everything falling apart. Let Jesus be that light.

 

Saturday 23rd: Residents in Seddon St. & The Industrial Estates.

He did not say, “You shall not be tempest-tossed, you shall not be weary, you shall not be discomforted”. But He said “You shall not be overcome”. Julian of Norwich

 

Reading for the week ahead: Psalm 26

 

Sunday 24th: Residents in St. John’s Ave. & Car Showrooms and Car Drivers.

John the Baptist: “If you are not the Messiah nor Elijah nor the prophet, why do you baptise?” John answered “ I baptise with water, but among you stands the one you do not know. He is coming after me, but I am not good enough even to untie his sandals”         John 1: 25 -27.

 

Monday 25th: Residents in St. John’s Crt. & Small Businesses, Public Houses.

Lord Jesus, friend of the friendless, helper of the poor, healer of the sick, whose life was spent doing good, help us to follow in your footsteps, make us strong to do right, to be gentle with the weak, and kind to all in sorrow, that we might be like you, our Lord and Master. Amen.

 

Tuesday 26th: Residents in The Croft & Farmers and Agriculture.

Rest is not idleness, and to lie sometimes on the grass under trees on a summer’s day, listening to the murmur of the water, or watching the clouds float across the sky, is by no means a waste of time. – John Lubbock, The Use of Life.

 

Wednesday 27th: Residents in Thomas St. & Stewardship, Time & Talents.

How great is the love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! 1 John 3: 1

 

Thursday 28th: Residents in Willow Bank & Our Church Building, Graveyard.

We all go through troubling times, but we must never doubt God’s presence with us.

Jesus said “ Surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age” Matthew 28: 20

 

Friday 29th: Residents in Wingates Grove & Weddings & Funerals.

From the mud a pure white flower. From the storm a clear blue sky.

As we pardon one another. God forgives us from on high. Amen

 

Saturday 30th: Residents in Wingates Square & Shops and Shopkeepers, and all who live outside our Parish boundary.

You can never cross an ocean unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore. C.C.

 

May the boldness of the Spirit transform us, May the gentleness of the Spirit lead us, May the gifts of the Spirit equip us, to serve and worship God;

And the blessing of God Almighty, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, be among us and remain with us always. Amen.

 

 

 


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