March 2022 Prayer

Lord God, thank You for this new day and month. Lord God, help us to stay connected to You this month. As a new war and rumors of wars have started, help us to keep our eyes fixed on You and Your Kingdom. May we seek You more this month.

Lord God, I pray for Your strength and guidance for my brothers and sisters in Ukraine and Russia. Lord God, thank You and praise You that Your Kingdom that is coming will be perfectly ruled. Lord God, may Christians use this failed world system as a means to point people to You.

Lord God, thank You for this reader. Lord God, for the reader who is in Christ, may they draw closer to You, their family and friends more this month. Lord God, for the reader who does not know Christ, stir their hearts Lord toward You. Lord God, thank You that You know each and every person who belongs to You!

Lord God, may we read our Bible’s more this month. May we think more on You this month. Lord God, help us this month to be salt and light to this dark and dying world. Stir our hearts to pray more this month. Holy Trinity prepare us this month to live more for You. Prepare us Lord to stand for You and Your truth. Prepare all of the people we are to meet this month for us. Thank You and praise You Lord that we can never escape Your presence. In Jesus’s Holy and Powerful Name I pray. Amen.

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Blue Collar Theologian

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 “March 2022 Prayer”

    1. Hi, Beth! How are you?! I was going through my blog lists and was deleting blogs and I accidentally deleted yours and I have no clue how to find yours!!!! If you could attach a link I would really appreciate it!!!!


  1. Ah, it is the first of the month and your prayer arrives right on time. Thanks for helping to focus our prayer life for the month.

    This leapt out: “Lord God, may we read our Bible’s more this month.” So important that we be grounded in the word of God.”

    Blessings. Know that God is with you!

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      1. Let us start with baseball. I think the answer is no but at some point they will figure it out. In the meantime the fans (you and I) suffer.

        I am starting the ramp up. It will start slowly but pick up steam month by month. The are just starting a new semester in France so they are very busy.

        I also am working on several books right now as well. Should finish the first one in a few months I think.

        I am praying with you for your studies. Blessings for taking that on.

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  2. Amen! I’m so thankful for your prayers for Ukraine and Russia during this time and am praying similarly to you. God can use this situation to bring people to salvation, and I’m praying He’ll do just that. Blessings, Mandy!

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  3. Amen sister to every line. And yes, may we (speaking for myself!) get more into the Bible instead of clutching to the news for every developing event.
    By the time you post April prayers our world may suffer more change. May the Lord walk us through it as His light in this world. ❤

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    1. Lisa I thought the same exact thing about April. I have thought but haven’t yet implemented each time I read a news article I need to read Scripture like a 1 for 1. Praying to remain faithful, fearless and courageous as this world and its system descends into further chaos. Love you very, very much!!!

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      1. I so appreciate your fellowship and godly writing. I now look upon these grievous events as a true turning point in world history. We have to accept that the Lord assigned us in this time and place and truly grasp ahold of His will for us.
        I don’t want to be gripped by emotional fervor (which is possible for me!) but heart-led by the Holy Spirit.
        Last night I told Bob, “This is not normal. This is supernatural. I believe that Putin is satanically led – this could unfold to anything…”
        The brethren are rising up in Ukraine and around the world. I want to link arms with them and pray for God to be exalted and His Kingdom increased to His glory.
        Praying for Russians too. The conscripted soldiers are duped and manipulated. The Russian people have suffered for generations under despots and tyrants.
        I love you too Mandy, thank you for your uplifting posts and comments.

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      1. Life can get busy. I am retired and live alone but BUSY is always with me. Been home for a few days due to the devastating weather we are currently experiencing but that’s rare for me, so don’t be concerned about Skype. I appreciate you trying to arrange a time and day for Skype when you have time .
        Te quiero 💕😘

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  4. If you can teach on Saturday that would be a joy! It will give me a break since it will be a busy weekend of teaching and one-on-one ministries this weekend…let us know what you will cover! Thanks!!

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  5. For some reason I can never multitask with powerpoint and preparing my studies at the same time…I have to do a teaching outline then later a powerpoint. I think if I do both I try to spend too much time on the PowerPoint and it all doesn’t go well with both the powerpoint and my lessons

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  6. Answering yourt comment on my post: I have not heard anything else the kids said; I think its good for the kids Saturday knowing that the Bible is in another language and we need to study it. Its so important for them to know that so that even if they go to another church when they are older, hopefully your teaching and Victor and my own have it drilled in their head the Word of God in context is what we need to hear from teachers. This is a long way to say its good what you taught

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      1. I am sorry for signing out early I was crazy tired. I hope you don’t think that was disrespectful. I really like being with y’all on Tuesday nights but feel bad if I sign off early. I enjoy praying with all of you!!!!

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      2. Mandy I don’t get offended at all or disrespected when you sign off early, I’m honored whenever you can make it! I am grateful we heard your prayer requests, prayed about it and you were there for part of the study!

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