Prayer Strategies

Week of March 23, 2020

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Praise God, Our Source of Security!

“…for the Lord is your security. He will keep your foot from being caught in a trap.”  Proverbs 3:26

“I will heal my people and will let them enjoy abundant peace and security.”  Jeremiah 33:6

God, we praise You for being our security. During this time of uncertainty we desperately need Your healing, peace and security. You are our hope. We praise You.


Pray for Hearts to Experience Security

“You will be secure, because there is hope; you will look about you and take your rest in safety.”  Job 11:18

“May there be peace within your walls and security within your towers.” Psalm 122:7

May each student and staff member experience security and hope within the walls of their homes. Surround each home with Your angels.  Rescue those who are experiencing unsafe situations, that they will live in peace.


Pray for Hearts to Defend Security

“They will live securely and no one will make them afraid.”  Ezekiel 34:28

“Do not devise harm against your neighbor, while he lives securely beside you.”  Proverbs 3:29

We pray for a sense of peace and security within the interpersonal relationships of our families and our society. May children be quick to do what leads to peace, not plotting harm, but having the best interest of others at heart. May parents place their faith in Jesus and may no one make them afraid.


We pray for the students and staff of Rossford Schools and their Superintendent Mr. Dan Creps.

“Lord, use me today, use me for your glory, make me bold, stir me up, give me eyes to see the needs of those I work with, give me a heart sensitive to those who are hurting, give me a prompting of the Spirit to minister to those who are around me.”         -Craig Groeschel, founder and senior pastor of Life.Church


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