Praying for the Nation of Scotland:
In Unity: by committing to working together.
Through Faith: by believing our prayers are being effective.
With Perseverance: by never giving up!
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The main purpose of the web site is to make many of our resources available to everyone. Here you will find many useful resources as you pray for your neighbours, community, or workplace.
Prophetic Summary from the St Andrew’s National Day of Prayer 2012
Following the day of prayer on 30 November the organising group asked Stephen & Angela Boler to review the prophetic words that had been received and written down by those present.
Their report was recently received and reviewed by the group at a ‘feedback’ meeting on 17 January, and it is now being released for general distribution. The words have been gathered together into a ‘Prophetic Summary’ and Stephen & Angela explain what they mean by this in their comments.
Please note and respect the request to treat the Summary as a whole, and not a as collection of separate prophetic words. As Stephen & Angela say, it is a summary, not a prophetic word in itself and so should not be quoted in part only. If you are passing it on to anyone please forward the whole document so that others are also aware of the explanation and comments.
We hope many of you will use the prayer points in the document. To read the Summary, click here.
The group also reviewed the general feedback about the day which was overwhelmingly positive and in favour of holding another one this year, so the group are looking into another St Andrew’s Day gathering – this time possibly in Glasgow, given the Commonwealth Games being held there in 2014. This time the day will be open to all who wish to attend. We will keep you up to date via this website, our e-letter and our Facebook page.
Our spring prayer gathering this year was held in partnership with Tearfund (Scotland) and Stirling Baptist Church.
A very big Thank You to all who came to the Poured Out conference and to all who ministered at it! We had a really special time of praise and prayer and listening to God. It was wonderful too to have three ministries working together as one. Where there is unity God commands the blessing!
Delegates gathered from all across Scotland for the Poured Out event to pray for the nation and to engage in a variety of prayer styles.
Some of the sessions where recorded and they are they are available to listen to and download.
Like Tommy McNeil Speaking on Revival
To listen to Tommy’s talk:
1) Church Poured out for God Acts 1:12-14
The church pouring out in prayer and worship for 10 days until the Holy Spirit was poured out.
2) God Pouring out his spirit on his church Acts 2:1-6
They were all together as the Lord poured out on them, His Church to prepare them to pour out!
3) The Church Poured out for their community Acts 2:14-21
Alistair Black, Stirling Baptist Church — Spoke on being Poured out in Action.
Worship, Self-Sacrifice, obedience and Victory .
To listen to Alastair’s talk:
and Lynne Paterson Tearfund
To listen to Lynne”s talk:
We also heard
Ish Lennox, More Than Gold
Present On Your Marks – how your church can get involved the mission and discipleship opportunities that engaging with the Commonwealth Games will bring.
Conference delegates prayed for the Commonwealth and the Scottish church that 2014 would be a year where we see the love of God Poured Out over these Games as Christians engage in acts of hospitality, service and mission.
See how you can get involved Go to: morethangold2014.org.uk
to visit our page there.
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God’s Kingdom moves forward on our prayers. We hope that you will join us as we pray for Scotland to be united again as a nation under God.