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My Father My Father!! The Ocean divider. The Great I AM that I AM! The Only One who can not change but can change things. That's why we call You the unchangeable Changer!
We Your little children have come to you in thanksgiving for the past week. Thank You for Life. Thank You for hope. Thank You for assurance of salvation. Thank You for the soul that was won back to Your Kingdom yesterday. We thank You for the souls you received back to You yesterday!

You said in Your Word that in this world we shall have tribulation but we should not be discouraged for You have conquered the world. Father! As Your Church faces this end time persecution, give us the grace to prepare for eternity. Help us to be consciously aware that the coming of Jesus Christ is near and help us to put our foundation in order so as to go with You.
We are asking You to uphold us with Your Right Hand of Righteousness and may we never be left behind!
We ask for courage to confront the challenges and pressure of this sinful life.

Help us to overcome lust.
Help us not to get lost.
Help us to overcome fear.
Help us to obey the words we hear.
Help us to conquer immorality.
Help us to be focused on eternity.

We are asking You for restoration this week. Bring us back to Your first love and help us to rise from our lukewarmness. Set us on fire again! Give us the boldness to evangelize Nigeria. Give us the courage preach in our neighborhood. Deliver us from those things that we make us be ashamed to preach Jesus to our friends and colleagues. Make the battle to favor us this week.
We pray for Nigeria. We pray for the Northern Nigeria. We pray for the leaders of this great nation. We pray for the followers of this wonderful nation. Restore peace and unity to Nigeria. Don't judge us in our iniquities. 

Help us to love one another.
Help us to live together.
Help us to bring tribal/religious wars to end.
Help us to see the next stranger as a friend.
Help us to build trust and truth.
Help us to fight corruption from it's root.

We know that You have answered us. Take us to a greater height this week and prosper the works of our hands. Above all, make us watchful and ready for the coming of Jesus. We ask all these in Jesus Mighty Name. AMEN!


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