CWG Prayer Chain Post: December 10, 2012

The CWG Prayer Chain Post is a weekly post for members to include their special intentions by adding a comment.

Baruch 5:1-4
Jerusalem, take off your dress of sorrow and distress, put on the beauty of God’s glory for evermore, wrap the cloak of God’s saving justice around you, put the diadem of the Eternal One’s glory on your head, for God means to show your splendour to every nation under heaven, and the name God gives you for evermore will be, ‘Peace-through-Justice, and Glory-through-Devotion’.

The power of prayer and the power of people praying.



Sing a new song to Yahweh! Sing to Yahweh, all the earth!
Sing to Yahweh, bless his name! Proclaim his salvation day after day,
declare his glory among the nations, his marvels to every people!
Great is Yahweh, worthy of all praise, more awesome than any of the gods.
All the gods of the nations are idols! It was Yahweh who made the heavens;
in his presence are splendour and majesty, in his sanctuary power and beauty.
Give to Yahweh, families of nations, give to Yahweh glory and power,
give to Yahweh the glory due to his name! Bring an offering and enter his courts,
adore Yahweh in the splendour of his holiness. Tremble before him, all the earth.
Say among the nations, ‘Yahweh is king.’ The world is set firm, it cannot be moved. He will judge the nations with justice.
Let the heavens rejoice and earth be glad! Let the sea thunder, and all it holds!
Let the countryside exult, and all that is in it, and all the trees of the forest cry out for joy, at Yahweh’s approach, for he is coming, coming to judge the earth; he will judge the world with saving justice, and the nations with constancy.

Please leave a comment with your intention. If you have problems adding an intention, email it to Mike Hays at coachhays(at)gmail(dot)com and I will add it.  God bless.

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One Response to CWG Prayer Chain Post: December 10, 2012

  1. Don Mulcare says:

    For a just and lasting peace in the Holy Land: a peace that will extend its fragrant vines throughout the region and the world.