5 Prayer Points for November
November is a month that brings us closer to the end of the year. There is a lot we can thank God for because He has been good to us throughout the year.
There are many things He has done for us. He has showered us with His love and delivered us from many troubles.
Despite the circumstances we have faced during the year, God has seen us through and we are still standing.
Below are 5 prayer points for the month of November
1. Salvation of Loved Ones
This month, we can pray for our loved ones who need God’s gift of salvation through Jesus Christ. Some have never given their lives to Christ while others have fallen away due to tough seasons in their lives.
If you have any family member or friend who does not know Christ, pray that they will receive Him into their lives. The gift of salvation is for everyone on earth. John 3:16 tells us that God loved the world so much that He gave His Son, Jesus, to die for our sins so that we will not perish but have eternal life.
Pray for your family members and friends who have fallen away because of facing difficulties that made them turn away from God. It is possible for people to be carried away by erroneous doctrine or go back into a life of sin (2 Peter 3:17) because of one reason or another. Instead of condemning them, we can pray for them to come back to God.
2. God’s Strength
We face many battles and situations that make us weary and take away our strength. God gives us strength to help us keep going even when things are tough. Isaiah 40:29 says that God gives strength to the weary and increases power of the weak.
Pray and ask God to give you the strength to face each day with courage. If tough situations have worn you out, take heart because God will strengthen you. You strength may have run out but that of God will never fail.
Ask God to arm you with His strength for the battles you face. We have an enemy who is always prowling around looking for who to devour (1 Peter 5:8). Spiritual battles make us weary and we cannot fight them with our strength. We need God’s strength.
When we go through a prolonged season that is hard to bear, we can lose hope and imagine that it will never change. When we lose hope, we can take action steps that will make things worse in our lives. God offers us hope so that we can continue to look forward to the great future He has for us. God has a plan to give you hope and a future as He says in Jeremiah 29:11.
Ask God to give you hope in every situation where you have lost hope. Pray that He will help you see the good things He has in store for you. He will never leave or forsake you, and will be with you for the rest of your life. As long as God is by your side, there is hope for a brighter future.
Pray for the grace to put your unwavering hope in God every day of your life (Psalm 25:5). It’s hard to put our hope in God when we feel that He has disappointed us. We can ask for His help to see the hope He has for us.
God has done a lot for us and we can thank Him daily. 1 Thessalonians 5:18 tells us that we should give thanks in all circumstances because it is God’s will for us in Christ Jesus. Whether we are going through good or bad times we can always take the time to thank God.
Thank God for keeping you safe and well this year. You have lived to see another day, and that is a great thing. You have passed through many difficulties but have made it on the other side stronger.
Thank God for His provision over your life and family. God takes care of us and meets our needs by his glorious riches in Christ Jesus (Philippians 4:19). He has provided for you in all circumstances even when you did not know what to do.
Thank God for the healing He has given you. He heals us and restores our bodies to good health so that we can continue with the work He has given us to do on earth.
5. Ending The Year Well
November is a month that leads us closer to the end of the year. It is a time to reflect on all that God has done for us before the season of festivities that comes in December. Look at the things that have happened in your life and the impact they have had. Evaluate your goals and dreams and see whether you have achieved them or not. It is not too late to finish the year well.
Pray that God will help you finish the year well without any negative incidences. Psalm 65:11 tells us that God crowns the year with His goodness, and His paths drip with abundance. Ask God to show you His goodness and fill you with His abundance for the remaining part of the year.
Ask God to help you finish the work you started at the beginning of the year. Pray that you will achieve your goals and the things that you had set your mind to do. Do not get discouraged if you have not managed to achieve all you set out to do, you can adjust your timing.
Pray that God will help you use the remaining time wisely as you come to a close of the year. You may be getting into a season of feasting and meeting up with family but you still need time to finish your important assignments.
The above are prayer points for the month of November. Ask God to show you if there is anything else you can pray for this month.