c

u

m

b

r

I

a

 

c

u

m

b

r

I

a

 

c

u

m

b

r

I

A

 

c

u

m

b

r

I

A

 

c

u

m

b

r

I

a

One

W o r l d

Centre

RELEASE

I n t e r n a t i o n a l

care for persecuted

CHRISTIANS

The

CHRISTIAN

Institute

Defending the rights of

Christians to express

their genuine beliefs.

Helping people to have a better life on their way to hell is not the purpose of the ‘Church.’

Good works are good, but who gets the glory? Is it you? Is it the church? Or is it Jesus?

Jesus and Mary

and the Disciples

 

Prayer

 

Intimacy with Father, Son and Holy Spirit is achieved through prayer.

 

God knows you completely. He doesn’t need to be told how you feel, or think, but He wants to be told how you feel and think.

 

For God it is about wanting, not needing. He wants you! You can talk to him anywhere and at any time.

+ + +

Praying to God in Jesus’ name is a supernatural

Communication.

 

God is listening.  

 

Seek Him and you will find Him if you seek Him with

all your heart. Jeremiah 29:13

He knows your life and He knows you better than you know yourself, but He wants to have a relationship with you.

 

Tell Him everything. The hurts, the unforgiveness, the struggles the hopes and thank Him for the blessings you already have.

Persevere.

He will guide you as how to lead the rest of your life.

 

 

 

The Cathedral is open every day and many Anglican churches have a prayer time each day. Our Lady of Eden on Warwick Road, Carlisle is open everyday and there is a prayer request book. There are also many websites receiving prayer requests.

 

Sacred Space

 

Pray As You Go

 

Cumbria Prayer Network

 

Christian Meditation in Cumbria

 

Pray for Carlisle

 

Coastline and Gateways Prayer Initiative.

Info: 01229 869316

baskerville@tesco.net

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prayer can be greatly enhanced by reading the words of Jesus in the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

 

Prayer with Christians you can trust and clergy, can also be especially beneficial. Most churches have prayer evenings in the mid week where perhaps only a handful of people are in attendance. It can be a gentle way to improve your prayer life. The Cathedral and many Anglican churches have a prayer time each day.

 

Many people pray during those mundane times of the day such as when travelling, or waiting in a que.

 

Some people today, follow the example of the saints of old, who liked to be in the natural world surrounded by  greenery and birds singing and the trickle of running water and the wind in the leaves.

 

What about you? Ask God to lead you to your quiet place.

 

Numbers 6 : 24 - 26 " ' "The LORD bless you and keep you; the LORD make his face shine upon you and be gracious to you; the LORD turn his face toward you and give you peace." '