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Pray around the Clock

3 months ago

In July ReSource called a Day of Prayer and Fasting for the renewal of the church in the UK and for the ministry of ReSource for Anglican Renewal Ministries. It is something we will do again from time to time. But as you pray day by day please use the Pray around the Clock materials here to focus your prayers for the different hours of the day, 6.00am - 11.00pm.

Pray around the Clock

Prayer in the Morning Hours

Prayer in the Afternoon Hours

Prayer in the Evening Hours

Thank you for setting aside time to pray and, as you are able, to fast, for the renewal of the church in our country and for the work of ReSource. 

As you do this in the secret place of your own home or maybe as you walk, you will be joining with others who are praying the same Hours with you. You will be joining with brothers and sisters across the country, even across the world. You will also be joining in the prayer that Jesus prays “at the right hand of God, interceding for us” and with the Holy Spirit “who himself intercedes for us through wordless groans” (Romans 8).

If God gives you words, pictures, impressions or scriptures during the course of the Day, please jot them down and send them to us.

Our Prayer Line is [email protected]. Please use it!

Please follow the links below for a scripture for each hour of the day and some suggested topics for prayer.

Prayer in the Morning Hours

Prayer in the Afternoon Hours

Prayer in the Evening Hours

If you would like to explore joining our Intercessors' Network you will find more information HERE

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Enabling little, local and ordinary churches to engage with the Holy Spirit for renewal, discipleship and mission.

 Testimonial

"I guess when you are in a centre overlooking a beautiful lake the analogy of being in water is somewhat appropriate. Kevin challenged us to think about how deeply we are prepared to go into our relationship with Jesus. Are we happy with a gentle paddle in the shallow end or are we prepared to go deeper in our relationship with Him and see others in our community do the same?"
Robert Legge, Parish of Kidderminster East

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These are difficult days, and we are keen to support you in any way we can. Email [email protected] if you would like our Intercessors to pray for you. If you are a church leader and would value talking to one of our ReSource Ministers, please let us know on [email protected] And look out for the weekly Blog on the website, along with other new resources. Whatever these days hold, let’s be mindful of one another, alert to the cry of a hurting world, and confident in the love of God, from which nothing can separate us.
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