Intercessory PrayerLet us pray for you.
Lisle Bible Church Intercessor’s Prayer Center…
a place in which people from all faiths can request prayer and pray for others.
You Are Not Alone
We were not created to walk through this life alone. Even if you are single, God has not left you alone. He created the Body of Christ so we could be united and support each other through this journey. If you feel like it is getting too tough to do it alone or everything seems to be squeezing you tight, please know we are here for you and would love to pray with you or even talk with you. Reach out to us.
Join Lisle Bible Church Intercessor’s Prayer Team
Being a member of the Prayer Team is an excellent opportunity to deepen your healing, peace, and understanding as you extend it to others.
Prayer is one of the most potent forms there is. When you join with God in prayer, you not only extend God’s healing energy and vision to others, you receive it yourself at that moment. As you give, so shall you receive.
How Does It Work?
We receive numerous prayer requests each day. These prayer requests are a fantastic opportunity for both the giver and the receiver. Those who submit prayers are opening the door to communication and healing from God. Those who receive prayers are allowing themselves to join with God in the process of extending His Love, Peace, and Truth in reply.
Lisle Bible Church Intercessor’s Prayer team is a group of people who join together in prayer regularly. As a member, you will receive a copy of prayer requests. Email us using the link below and let us know you would like to be a part of our intercessory prayer team.
Prayer life of a Believer
Learning how to pray
One of the most important things a believer can do in their Christian walk is learning to pray effectively. To be successful in fulfilling God’s purpose in your life is to know how to pray according to biblical principles.
Side note: A believer’s prayer life should be based and built upon the Word of God.
What is a believer? One who has accepted Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior.
Scriptures to help you learn about prayer
1. Be specific and stand on God’s promises (Joshua 1:8)
2. Ask God for what you want (John 16:23, 24; Matthew 7:7,8)
3. Stay positive in your thinking (1 Peter 5:8)
4. Guard you mind (2 Corinthians 10:5; Philippians 4:8)
5. Meditate on God’s promises (Proverbs 4:20-22)
6. Continualy thank God for the answer (Philippians 4:6)
7. Make every prayer a statement of faith (Romans 12:3)
Encouraging word of Faith
I don't know if I can pray
Don’t let prayer stop you. Most people rather someone else pray for them because they feel unaccepted or unqualified. That is simply not true. The greatest prayer ever prayed is “Jesus!”, the second is a sigh. Don’t let your mind talk you out of reaching for God’s help. God is not going to turn you away or not hear your prayer. He knows exactly where you are and accepts you as you are. It just takes faith, even a little bit. Believe that God is and that Jesus is the son of God, and pray to God for your needs and worries and close the prayer in Jesus name. It is that simple, it only takes a little faith.
In John 16:23 New Living Translation (NLT) Jesus is speaking and it reads, At that time you won’t need to ask me for anything. I tell you the truth, you will ask the Father directly, and he will grant your request because you use my name.
Remember, we are here for you and would love to pray for you.