5/24 – Hebrews 10:26-39 – What has been of greatest help and comfort to me when struggling with suffering? Prayer starter: Come, Lord Jesus, without delay to bring comfort to all those who suffer, reconciliation among nations, peace and salvation to all God’s children.
5/25 – Hebrews 11:1-7 – What is faith for you? How does it connect with your hope for the future? Prayer starter: Lord Jesus, Lord of the new world to come, we believe in you and we joyfully hope for the full advent of your kingdom.
5/26 – Hebrews 11:8-22 – Were there times when trust in God was my only certainty for directions in life? Prayer starter: Lord of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, Lord of the Promise, look upon the faith of Abraham’s countless sons and daughters around the world and give them the blessings of reconciliation and of mutual respect.
5/27 – Hebrews 11:23-31 – Which aspect of Moses’ faith speaks to me most: courage, perseverance, love for his people and for his God? Prayer starter: Lord, we thank you for raising up a man of faith and a prophet like Moses to lead your people to freedom. We praise you for sending your own son and our Savior to provide even greater deliverance.
5/28 – Hebrews 11:32-40 – Which characters of the Bible have become models of faith for me? Why so? Prayer starter: Lord of the prophets and of the martyrs, give us a share in their courage and in their yearning for the one and only reward: eternal life with you.
5/29 – Hebrews 12:1-13 – Which areas of my life would need more discipline for the sake of the Gospel? Prayer starter: Lord Jesus, our Lord and our model, through your loving obedience and endurance, you have shown us the path to life. Strengthen our steps for the race set before us.
5/30 – Hebrews 12:14-29 – How can I entertain the consuming fire of the world of God in my life? In my community’s life? Prayer starter: Lord, may your word be a consuming fire in our hearts and make us yearn for the heavenly kingdom you have promised and prepared for us.
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