GodBlogCon Prayer Blog

The place to come to find out who and what to pray about concerning GodBlogCon.

Heb 13:18

Pray for us, for we are sure that we have a good conscience, desiring to conduct ourselves honorably in all things.

Heb 13:15

Through Him then, let us continually offer up a sacrifice of praise to God, that is, the fruit of lips that give thanks to His name.

John 14:13

"And whatever you ask in My name, that will I do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son.

Saturday, January 29, 2005

Pray Today and Every Day

Nothing breeds success in any Christian endeavor like prayer -- nothing. Pray long, pray hard, pray specifically.

Are you coming to GodBlogCon? Are you trying to come? Do you want to come? Are you facilitating? Are you sweeping the floors? Let us know your thanks, praises, and requests via the email link on the left. We'll post them at least once a day, more often if possible.

Send us your stories of answered prayer too! Let's watch God work in concrete ways.

Come here often and pray for the list found -- even if it hasn't changed since your last visit. Make this prayer list a part of your regular devotional routine.

Are you a prayer warrior? -- specifically gifted and called to prayer. Contact us! we covet your prayers especially. We are going to try and establish a prayer vigil at the convention -- we'd like you to be part of that.

Bonnie at Off The Top Gives us a big prayer post today

HERE'S WHAT WE'RE PRAYING ABOUT RIGHT NOW:

Praise God for the enthusiasm and energy that has met this conference.

Thank God for the facilities He has made available to us.

Pray that God will use this conference for His will and the furtherance of His kingdom.

Pray for the developing leadership team. Ask God to continue to raise up the right leaders. Ask God to create the necessary time in their already busy, busy schedules. Ask the Lord to grant them the wisdom they need.

Pray that God will bring the right people to this conference as participants.

Pray for unity. Pray that everyone realizes that faith in Jesus transcends theological, denominational, and doctrinal differences. Pray that we find the community of Christ, joined in His Spirit, more committed to the mission than to our petty squabbles.

Pray for the speakers and presenters. God grant them wisdom and courage.

Pray for the finances. Ask God to make them abundant, but not wasteful. Ask God to make sure money is not an issue for anyone He wants to participate.

Praise God! -- Just because HE IS!

3 Comments:

Blogger J. A. Gillmartin said...

Oh LORD, I stand in agreement with my family of believers involved in this conference.

God may You guide us in our efforts, may You bless the intentions of our hearts, may Your name be made know to the world in ways our minds cannot fathom, and may Your Name resound to the corners of the earth ... use us LORD, beyond our known abilities and bring us to our knees often, humbling us with spirits broken by Your presence and glory.

LORD, establish a cloud for us by day and a fiery pillar for us by night that we, Your children, might know our way ... cause us to stop and start by Your will and not our own.

12:20 PM  
Blogger cehwiedel said...

I posted a comment at Smart Christian, volunteering to help facilitate the blogging technology session.

Tomorrow after Mass, I'll light a candle and include GodBlogCon and its organizers and participants in my prayer intentions. And I'll start a novena in support of GodblogCon as well.

St. Isidore, ora pro nobis.cehwiedel
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7:39 PM  
Blogger ryan_jake6834 said...

Mr. Schroeder,
I read the article on FOXNEWS.net that you are quoted in and found this link to your "blog" page through google. I do not "blog". I prefer to remain somewhat primitive in my internet endeavors. I think God does also. I am a believer in Jesus Christ though. I just have a hard time seeing the community Christ intended being passed through "spiritual messages" and "godly encouragement" on blogs. Also, your comment in this "blog" titled "Pray Today and Every Day" about God sending the right people to the conference is ridiculous. Do you really think God created right or wrong people? And if he created all people right, would it matter who comes to the conference? I know that by right people you are implying the person "who just wants a community to belong" or the person "who will accept Christian community in a private realm but not in a big, church (communal) setting". I apologize for being such a critic but these are my feelings. And you and other evangelicals should know them. I am not the only one who feels this way. There is a great number of youth who are ashamed of the egotistical attitude of the evangelical church that boast of God planning his day around ours. I hope you can sympathize with my comments.

2:25 PM  

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