November 2021 Prayer

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Lord God, may all that have breath praise You in this new month. Lord God, I pray for my brothers and sisters who are undergoing chemo and radiation this month. Lord God, I ask that You will make the side effects of their treatment as minimal as possible. Lord God, I pray for my brothers and sisters who have covid, may Your Presence be very real to them in this time. Lord God, I pray for my brothers and sisters who are caregivers to have Your strength and peace.

Lord God, in this new month may we seek to be more like Jesus. Lord God, help us to glorify You rather than to glorify ourselves. Lord God, teach us to listen. We can be so quick to react to points of view that we do not agree with rather than listening and giving a rational explanation as why we do not agree. Lord God, may our love for Your Kingdom grow this month. May we be known more for the love that we have for You and for others. Lord God, help us to be salt and light. Help us to read Your Word, never forgetting that the Bible cannot mean what it did not mean to the original author and audience/hearers.

Lord God, may Your Word examine us this month. May Your Word permeate our hearts (mind, will and emotions) this month. Lord God, teach us to pray. Teach us to cling to You and not the security and comforts of this life. Lord God, may we never forget there has NEVER been a day when You were not God. You are God and You will always be God.

Lord God, may we seek to grow in gratitude and thankfulness this month. Lord God, may we heed Sarah’s practice and start naming five things we are thankful for each day. Lord God, the more we thank and praise You, the less we will think about ourselves. Lord God, may we say along with John the Baptist, “You must increase and I must decrease.”

Lord God, may we seek Your Glory and Holiness this month. Lord, cause us to desire to grow in holiness this month. Lord God, I am reminded of the words of Jerry Bridges who said, “If you want more victory in your life you need more obedience.” Oh Lord God, help us to be a more obedience people. Help us to desire being agents of mercy rather than agents of discord and disunity. Lord God, impress on us that unity is a hallmark of love. Lord God, help us to be Christ’s ambassadors, a pleasing aroma that brings glory, honor and praise to You.

Lord God, covid has and continues to reveal hearts. For those who are for or against vaccines, in many ways Christians on each side are treating the other side as if they are a wolf and Lord, it is very hard to have a conversation with someone who we think is a wolf. Lord God, as Pastor Keith stated yesterday, “Jesus does not give us permission to become like the wolf.” Lord, teach us how to agree to disagree peaceably with love and respect.

Lord God, help us to grow in spiritual discernment this month. Lord God help us to practice discernment so that we will know how to live as sheep among wolves being wise yet innocent. Lord God, help us to hold everything we read, see and hear up to the Light of Scripture. Help us to encourage others this month; speaking the truth in love. Help us to have mercy and compassion in a godless and morally bankrupt world. Lord God, help us to be a humble people, yet confident and courageous. Lord God, help us to fight distractions and procrastination more this month.

Lord God, thank You for this reader. Thank You Lord for the life that You have given them. Lord God, for the reader who does not know Christ I ask boldly that today will be the day of salvation. Lord God, for this reader who has been in Christ for years (and years) I ask that You stir their heart even more for You and Your Word. Lord God, grow this reader to trust You more this month. Lord God, prepare this reader and myself for this new month and prepare this new month for us. Lord God, may we never forget, “Divine guidance comes only to prepared hearts” (Life App Study Bible). Lord God, prepare us to be a witness to the people that You place in our sphere of influence this month and prepare these people for us. In Jesus’s Awesome, Holy, and Victorious Name I pray. Amen.

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My name is Mandy Sweigart-Quinn, I live in Lancaster, PA and I am a “Blue Collar Theologian.” I love Jesus! I am passionate about His Word (The Holy Bible)! I come alive when I can encourage others in their walk with Jesus (whether by writing or speaking). As a “Blue Collar Theologian” it is my aim to live/practice/work out my Christian hope with sincerity, authenticity and genuineness. As a “Blue Collar Theologian,” I strive to meet people right where they are (“Incarnational Theology”). I graduated in May 2019 from Capital Seminary and Graduate School with a Master's in Biblical Studies. I am a passionate, excited and enthusiastic person! I love flowers, sports and sunsets. Since January 2, 2018 I have had the privilege of being married to Nathan.

60 thoughts on “November 2021 Prayer”

  1. Mandy – Thanks for a beautiful prayer.
    Especially needed is healing within the Christian community regarding covid vaccines.
    A very devout sister-in-Christ I know , was ostracized by her church community because she chose to be vaccinated. Such divisions, has you have pointed out, grieve the Lord. 🌷

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    1. I am so sorry to hear how this sister has been treated! This hurts my heart and hurts God’s even more. I praise God there will be a day when He will end all divisions and decisiveness and His people will live with Him, glorifying and serving Him with each other. Love and blessings, Sally!

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  2. So many good things in your prayers! From praying for those dealing with Cancer, church unity, the division in the church with Vaccine, discernment and well everything for November! Above all grateful to see you pray for salvation of those reading if any isn’t saved!

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      1. Answering your comment on my blog: ah that is another way transcendental is used, with Transcendal Meditation. I think when you attend WTS they will go into this more in-depth!!

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      2. I know the author is more philosophical and there was another Presuppositionalist that also privately contacted me and said he didn’t like how it was written and also it was driven too much by philosophy than Bible or theology.

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      3. Thank you for sharing this! I hope you know I wasn’t trying to be negative, mean or overly critical! Next time I will message you privately as well. I also thought that maybe someone else may have had questions about what the author was trying to say hence why I asked. I feel like sometimes instead of asking questions on blogs, people just skip over them or not comment because they don’t want to sound stupid or something like that. Praying for your time at conference!

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  3. Thank you for this powerful prayer, sister! What a blessing to have your Spirit-filled words resound in my own heart as we offer them to our Father in His Son! Hugs, love, and blessings to you and your family! 🧡💜❤️

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      1. We are doing great! My husband’s cardiac catheterization was last Wednesday and it went great. No blockage, no heart muscle damage, just a little narrowing of the arteries, for which the doctor prescribed exercise! I put my stationary exercise bike in the living room and he started using it last night, with me cheering him on.

        How are you and Nathan and your fur baby doing? ❤

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  4. Answering your question: Phil comes and goes and every few months he visits other churches when there’s a potential romantic interests and doesn’t answer me. I do think we might see him more with church things since its near his birthday

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