Monday, November 25, 2013
11/25/2013, #50, 4th Quarter 2013
Jesus, I pray for the multitudes that are in the valley of decision, that they will make the decision and the choice for you.
Praise the LORD! Oh, give thanks to the LORD, for he is good! For his mercy endures forever. (Psalm 106:1)
Father, thank you that your mercy endures forever and that all those who make the decision for Jesus will be set free from the curse of sin and death and will attain the resurrection from the dead to a new life with you.
Who can utter the mighty acts of the LORD? Who can declare all his praise? (Psalm 106:2)
Holy Spirit, please help us declare the mighty works Jesus has done and is doing.
A word received: Come to me.
Monday: 106:1-18 * 106:19-48; Joel 3:1-2,9-17; 1 Pet. 1:1-12; Matt. 19:1-12
Tuesday: , 121, 122, 123 * 124, 125, 126, ; Nahum 1:1-13; 1 Pet. 1:13-25; Matt. 19:13-22
Notes from the Front Line
Daily: For our Bishop and for the Lord to raise up apostolic priests
November 25 Rural Parishes
***** For the sheer joy of it: Best coin ever spent http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAXQXb0sgpk
***** You are invited every Tuesday morning for Christian Healing Services 10- 12 in the CtK Main Chapel
December 3: The Right Rev. Bishop Daniel Herzog, VIII Bishop of Albany
Bishop Dan Herzog has been involved in the ministry of healing and teaching for over forty years. He was bishop of Albany from 1997 to 2007, during which time the diocese established Christ the King Spiritual Life Center and its Oratory of Christ the Healer. Since January he has served as Chaplain of CtK; and now also serves as Director of Healing Ministries and Spiritual Formation. In retirement, he continues also in ministry as a retreat and conference leader and spiritual director. Bishop Dan and Carol, have been married for 48 years; and have five children and fourteen grandchildren. The topic will be, Giving thanks by thanksgiving.
December 10: Mother Jill Stellman
December 17: Bishop Mike & Linda Chapman from Peru
December 24: The Living Gospel with Matthew & Tina Zawisza
December 31: The Right Rev. Daniel Herzog, VIII Bishop of Albany
Join us every Wed. a.m. year - round from 10 a.m.- 12 p.m. in the upper chapel of CtK's Healing Center. Come and receive this quiet, gentle time of prayer and be bathed in the presence of the Holy Spirit... "Be Still and know that I am God." Psalm 46:10 For more info contact the Healing Center at CtK. Personal Soaking Prayer can also be arranged by appointment. Thursday evening soaking prayer will resume April 2014.
Personal Prayer Ministry Appointments
"For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am
there among them." Matthew 18: 20
Personal prayer ministry is a confidential ministry of Christ the King Spiritual Life Center. Individuals, couples and families may be seen for a time of personal prayer with members of our trained and experienced prayer ministry teams. We listen, we love in Christ's love, and pray for your Emotional, Spiritual, and Physical needs.
Please contact the Healing Center at 518-692-9550 or email us at Healing@CtKCenter.org to initiate setting up an appointment.
***** Christ Church Schenectady Neighborhood Meal Prayer Table – Nov. 24, 2013; Theresa Rinaldo and Larry Hubert.
1. ++++++++Nancy – In a domestic violence shelter and will be transitioning into her first apartment. Fearful of living on her own. As a result of domestic violence, she has a broken wrist which is scheduled for surgery on Dec. 6. Has her grandchildren with her that she cares for; Lourdes, Antonio, Manuel as well as her son Wallie, and daughter Harshanie. Prayer for the Lord’s continued protection and provision for all. For the Lord to take away the fear and replace it with His strength and courage.
2. +Judy – pray for the Lord’s protection and provision for all family members, including her son who is in prison. That they would all come to know Jesus and change their lives.
3. +Devine – To stay focused on how God is transforming his life and not to back slide into his previous life. To continue to seek the Lord for his strength to continue to work the program. Continued provision for his family.