11/13 – Revelation 12:1-18 – How do I weigh the power of evil in the world versus that of the Risen Christ? Prayer starter: Lord, as we face the repeated assaults of evil, help us to see the many signs you give us in heaven and on earth of your unfailing protection and love.
11/14 – Revelation 13:1-10 – What are the most threatening forces of evil I have encountered in my life? Prayer starter: Give us, O Lord, the faith and endurance needed to resist the tricks and the assaults of the Beast and to work for the building of a more human world fashioned after your will.
11/15 – Revelation 13:11-18 – Am I more concerned about the number of the Beast or about being worthy of the mark received at baptism? Prayer starter: Give us, O Lord, the wisdom and the courage of the early Christian martyrs who refused to worship the image of the Beast and died for their faith in Christ.
11/16 – Revelation 14:1-13 – Who are the people whose lives can teach me the new song in honor of the Lamb? Prayer starter: Lord God, in union with all those who have died in faithfulness to the Lamb and have been redeemed through his death and his resurrection, we give you glory and praise for ever and ever.
11/17 – Revelation 14:14-20 – What comes first when you think of the Last Judgement: fear or hope? Why so? Prayer starter: Son of Man, you are the vine and we are the branches. Do not allow us to produce any fruit that would be unfit for your vine.
11/18 – Revelation 15:1-8 – Do I really believe that love and justice can conquer the power of the Beast? Prayer starter: Lord Almighty, you deserve to be praised at all times; for all your ways are just and true. Blessed are you through the lives of all martyrs who have conquered the Beast and its image.
11/19 – Revelation 16:1-21 – Do I hope for creation to be redeemed by the second coming of Christ? Prayer starter: Lord God, you created all things good and you will recreate them according to your liking and to your goodness.
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