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  • We have a corporate prayer meeting at the Shiloh Church that meets every Saturday before the 1st Sunday. It is a great time of supplication and intercession.

    I often prepare a prayer guide for these meetings, so help guide our times of prayer.

    Here is the prayer guide from last week:

    • Pray for Haiti.

    – Pray for President René Préval and the entire government of Haiti.

    – Pray that the suffering and grieving people of Haiti will receive the aid they need.

    – Pray for the salvation of the Haitian people who have not trusted Jesus as their Savior and Lord.

    • Pray for President Obama and all who are in authority over us (1 Tim. 2:1-2).

    • Pray for the salvation and discipleship of the children, youth, and young adults (Prov. 22:6).

    • Pray that Christ would be exalted by the married couples of SMBC and for the health, maturity, and strength of their marriages.

    • Pray that more members of SMBC would follow the example of Jesus by becoming active in serving one another and the world (Matt. 9:38).

    • Pray for the ongoing growth, Christlikeness, and fruitfulness of Shiloh.

    • Pray for our upcoming Sunday morning series on Christian discipleship: “Following Christ: What it Means to be a Disciple of Jesus.”

    • Pray for the pastors of Shiloh that we would guard persevere in guarding our lifestyle and doctrine (1 Tim. 4:16).

    • Pray that the Lord would help us to be more faithful stewards of the financial resources he entrusts to us (Luke 16:10-13).


    H.B. Charles Jr.

    Pastor-Teacher at the Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church of Jacksonville and Orange Park, Florida.

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