The Fellowship's Prayer Points
Our bi-weekly Prayer Points unite Jews and Christians around the world to raise a chorus of prayer to God for the care and support of Israel's people. By appealing to God on behalf of His children, your prayers will make a powerful, positive impact.
Celebrate the Festival of Weeks to the LORD your God by giving a freewill offering in proportion to the blessings the LORD your God has given you. — Deuteronomy 16:10
At the end of the week, the Jewish people will observe Shavuot, which is also known as the Festival of Weeks, or Pentecost. This joyful festival is two celebrations, really — thanking God for the gift of His Word, the Torah, to Moses, and offering Him our firstfruits, as the Bible tells us to. So, as we join in prayer, let us thank God for the Bible, and let us also offer Him our gifts, talents, and all that He has blessed us with.
- We know that the coronavirus is interrupting daily life, and many people are hurting financially, physically, and emotionally. Let us pray that this year, Shavuot will also be a day when we can celebrate our good health and the health of people around the world. “Therefore my heart is glad and my tongue rejoices; my body also will rest secure” (Psalm 16:9).
- Praise God that The Fellowship continues to help His people in need during this uncertain time. Still, we know that only God can bring true comfort and healing. During a time like this, we’re especially reminded of the power of prayer. Your prayers matter. May you have comfort this week knowing He is listening. “You are my refuge and my shield; I have put my hope in your word” (Psalm 119:114).
- Please continue to pray for our healthcare workers on the frontlines. As they continue to care for patients battling the coronavirus, may they find hope and strength. “But blessed is the one who trusts in the LORD, whose confidence is in him” (Jeremiah 17:7).
We are here to pray for you. Please submit your prayer requests here and we will take them before God.
“The LORD is my strength and my shield” (Psalm 28:7).