- for all those with governmental authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness (1 Tim. 2:1,2).
- that we'd be constantly mindful of the fact that we are aliens and strangers here and all of our circumstances, this side of the grave, are ONLY temporary (1 Pet. 1:17; 2:11; Jam. 4:13-15).
- that the message of the Lord would spread rapidly and be honored (2 Thes. 3:1).
- that soul-winners would be delivered from wicked and evil people, for not everyone has faith (2 Thes. 3:2).
- that we would aim for perfection (2 Cor. 13:9,11).
- that God would enable us to speak His Word with great boldness and that He would heal and perform miraculous signs and wonders through us (Acts 4:29,30).
- that we would contend for the faith against a license for immorality (Jude 3,4).
- that God would give all true gospel preachers the right words and fearlessness whenever they open their mouths to preach or teach (Eph. 6:19,20).
- that Christians would be encouraged in heart and united in love (Col. 2:1,2).
- that Christians would never sacrifice truth for the sake of unity (Gal. 2:5-21).
- that our love would increase more and more in knowledge and depth of insight (Phil. 1:9).
- that we would endure hatred and persecution to the end of our lives and so be saved (Mt. 10:22).
- that we would not love our physical lives so much as to shrink from death for the cause of Christ (Rev. 12:11).
- that we would not drift away, become lukewarm or neglect such a great salvation (Heb. 2:1-4; Rev. 3:15,16).
- that we would set our hearts and minds on things in Heaven, not on things here on Earth (Col. 3:1-4).
- that God will keep his servant also from willful sins; may they not rule over me (Ps. 19:13).
- that the words of our mouths and the meditations of our hearts would be pleasing to God (Psa. 19:14).
- that we would be both godly and content with our unchangable circumstances (1 Tim. 6:6).
- that we would not be eager for money or deceived by it in any way (1 Tim. 6:10; Mk. 4:19).
- that God would give us neither poverty nor riches, but only our daily bread (Prov. 30:8).
- that God would keep falsehood and lies FAR from us (Prov. 30:8).
- that God would keep our lamps burning (Ps. 18:28).
- that we would set our hearts to honor God (Mal. 2:2).
- that our faith would not fail (Lk. 22:32).
- that we would serve the LORD with fear and rejoice with trembling (Psa. 2:11).
- that we would be humble, contrite in spirit and tremble at God's Word (Isa. 66:2).
- that God would send the right laborers to speak the truth in love to our unsaved families, friends and co-workers (Eph. 4:15; 2 Tim. 2:24-26; Rom. 10:1), that godly sorrow would come into their hearts so they would repent (2 Cor. 7:10) and that they would not harden their hearts (Heb. 3:15; Mt. 13:15).
- that we would grow in fruitfulness and make the most of every opportunity (Jn. 15:1-8; Eph. 5:15).
- that we'd be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry (Jam. 1:19).
- that we'd keep a tight rein on our tongues, so that we won't deceive ourselves and make our religion worthless (Jam. 1:26).
- that we'd not fall into temptation (Lk. 22:40).
- that we'd guard our hearts from the anxieties of this life (Prov. 4:23; Lk. 21:34).
- that we would escape what will happen after the Rapture (Lk. 21:36).
- that we would crave God's Word constantly and have our minds opened to understand it (1 Pet. 2:2; Lk. 24:45).
- that we would consider Jesus, who endured great opposition from the sinful, so we won't grow weary and lose heart (Heb. 12:3).
- that we would love our enemies, do good to those who hate us, bless those who curse us and pray forgiveness and blessings for those who mistreat us (Lk. 6:27,28).
- that God would deliver us from the evil one and incline our hearts toward His statutes (Psa. 119:36; Mt. 6:13).
- that God would open up doors for the gospel message and that it would be proclaimed clearly (Col. 4:3,4).
- that we'd grow in the fear of the Lord (Prov. 16:6).
- that God would grant us wisdom, health and deliverance from trouble (2 Chron. 1:10; 3 Jn. 2; Jam. 5:13).
- that we would stand firm in all the will of God (Col. 4:12).
- that God would count us worthy of His calling and that by His power He may fulfill every good purpose of ours and every act prompted by our faith (2 Thes. 1:11).
- that we may glorify always the name of the Lord Jesus (2 Thes. 1:12).
- that they eyes of our hearts may be enlightened in order that we may know the hope to which he has called us, the riches of His glorious inheritance in the saints and His incomparably great power for us who believe (Eph. 1:18,19).
- for peace in Jerusalem (Psa. 122:6).
- that we would be filled with the knowledge of His will through all spiritual wisdom and understanding (Col. 1:9).
- that we would be active in sharing our faith (Philemon 6).
- that we would not fear those who kill our bodies, but instead God who can throw our souls and bodies into Hell (Mt. 10:28).
- that we would never forsake our first love (Rev. 2:4).
- that we'd be faithful until death so that Jesus will give us the crown of life (Rev. 2:10).
- that God would give us the Spirit of wisdom and revelation, so that we would know Him better (Eph. 1:17).
- that we'd be rooted and established in love (Eph. 3:17).
- that God would strengthen our inner being (Eph. 3:16).
- that God would teach us to number our days aright, that we may gain a heart of wisdom (Psa. 90:12).
- that God will give us an undivided heart, that we may fear His name (Ps. 86:11).
- that God will turn to us and have mercy on us, grant His strength to His servants, save the son of His maidservant, and give us a sign of His goodness, that our enemies may see it and be put to shame since He has helped and comforted us (Ps. 86:16,17).
- that we'd never be lacking in zeal, but that we'd keep our spiritual fervor serving the Lord (Rom. 12:11).
- that we'd run the race to win first prize (1 Cor. 9:24).
- that we'd throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles and run our race with perseverance (Heb. 12:1).
- that we'd never look back now that we've put our hands to the plow (Lk. 9:62).
- that we'd keep seeking FIRST the kingdom of God and his righteousness and make every effort to enter through the narrow door (Mt. 6:33; Lk. 13:24).
- that God would strengthen our hearts so we will be holy and blameless when the Rapture occurs (1 Thes. 3:13).
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