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Prayer For Armenia

A prayer for the people of Armenia, the second worst natural disaster in the country’s history. The two parts of the prayer area: ask for peace in the world.(maybe go on with a speech about how armenia is looking forward, and there can be peace only if they all join together and pray with one voice, as an example). Read more on armenian prayer for healing in this article.

While the entire Armenian nation mourns, may God comfort them, bless them, and lead them into a brighter future.

O Lord, you who live in the heavens, are blessed, and so is the splendor of your majesty.

As in the past, we approach you as our country faces an unprecedented crisis. Tears well up in our eyes as we share a common sorrow for the loss of the holy lands where our ancestors once lived in Artsakh. We must abandon our holy places of worship and put an end to the resounding hymns and fervent prayers that once filled our illustrious churches. Intercessory prayer are also mentioned in the article.

Prayer For Armenia

A Prayer for Armenia & Artsakh - The Armenian Church

Dear Lord,

We pray for the suffering people of Armenia. We pray for their safety, for their health, and for their peace. We ask that you would guide them through this time of crisis and help them find stability. We pray that you would grant them hope and strength.

We believe in your power to heal, Lord. And we believe in the power of your children to bring about change in this world. We know that you are with us, even when we cannot see you. And so we pray that you will be with the people of Armenia during these difficult times.

Dear Lord,

We pray for the safety of the people of Armenia. We pray for an end to the violence and destruction that has plagued this beautiful country for so long, and we lift up those who have been directly affected by this war. We ask that you will provide them with strength and guidance as they continue to rebuild their lives. Please help us find a way to bring peace to this troubled region, and give us the wisdom and courage to do what is necessary to accomplish this goal. We pray in Jesus’ name, amen.

God, please help our brothers and sisters in Armenia. We are praying for peace and justice for the people of Armenia. We ask that you protect them from all harm, especially those who have been affected by the recent earthquake.

We pray that you give them hope as they rebuild their lives and homes. Please show us how we may best serve our Armenian brothers and sisters at this time. Amen

Dear God, we come to you this day with heavy hearts. It is with great sorrow that we ask for your wisdom in the coming days. We know that you are a merciful God and that you are able to bring peace and stability to any situation.

We pray for those who were affected by the recent earthquake in Armenia. We pray for those who lost their loved ones, those who lost homes or businesses, and those who have been displaced from their homes. We pray for the strength and courage of our citizens as they begin the long process of rebuilding after this tragedy.

We pray that our country will be able to recover quickly from this disaster, so that our people can feel safe again and resume their normal lives once more. We pray that our leaders will show wisdom as they make decisions about how best to move forward in such uncertain times as these.

We thank you Lord for bringing us through these difficult times safely; we know that all things work together for good when we love you (Romans 8:28). Please continue guiding us in these trying times; help us see your hand at work even when it may not be readily apparent on this earthly plane! In Jesus’ name we pray, Amen

Armenian Prayer For Healing

Lord,

We pray for the people of Armenia. We pray for those who have been affected by the earthquake that struck their country on December 7th, 1988. We ask that you would bring them comfort in this difficult time and give them the strength to rebuild their homes and communities. We ask that you would protect them from any further destruction or harm until they are able to recover from this tragedy.

We pray for all those who have lost loved ones in this disaster, especially for those who have lost children or family members. May they find peace and comfort in your presence during this difficult time. We also pray for all those who are still missing after the earthquake, that their families will know joy once again when they are reunited with their loved ones.

In Christ’s name we pray, Amen

Dear God,

We are calling on you today to give our country the strength and wisdom to continue our fight against the enemy. Our country is under attack by a foreign power who seeks to destroy everything that we as a nation have built over the years. We ask for your guidance and protection in these trying times. We pray that you will keep us safe from harm and lead us through these troubles so that we can come out stronger than ever before. We know that you are there for us, watching over us and helping us through these trying times. Thank you for always being there when we need you most!

Dear God, we come before you today as a nation. We are asking for your help in rebuilding our country.

We ask that you would bless our leaders with wisdom to make the best decisions for our people and for our land. Give them strength and courage to do what is right, even when it is difficult.

Give us peaceful hearts so that we may love one another and live in harmony with those who are different from us. May we always remember that all men are created equal under your watchful eye, and may we treat people as such.

Bless the lives of those who have lost their loved ones in this time of war and suffering; give them peace and comfort during this time of darkness. We pray also for those who have been left behind here on earth; let them find strength during these trying times so that they can carry on without their loved ones by their side.

We thank you for your mercy, Lord, and ask that it be shown through us as well as through others around us today and everyday thereafter through eternity!

Intercessory Prayer

Meaning of Intercession
The Hebrew word “paga” can be translated as “to fall,” “to attack,” “to meet,” or “to make supplication.” The Greek word translates to “petition” and “intercession” in English. Latin for “to come between” gives us the English word “intercession,” which can mean both “obstruct” and “interpose on behalf of” someone. Jesus mediates our relationship with God the Father. This is why Christians pray “in the name of Jesus,” because it is only through His atoning death that we have access to God.

In today’s context, “intercession” can also mean “mediation” or “standing up” to an offender. With this interpretation, God becomes the mean kid at school. Christ would be the protagonist, rebellious against an uncaring Father, rather than the second person of the Trinity carrying out the will of the Father for his people. Christ, however, did not rebel against the loving God. God and Christ are coequal (John 10:30).

In addition, the term “mediation” implies finding a happy medium. But God is right; we are sinful people. He rules supreme; we exist because of him. By his grace, though we owe him everything and deserve condemnation, he has set us free. By this grace alone, Christians are able to intercede for the needs of others through Christ to God.

A Petition to the Almighty
Please have mercy on us and save us, O Lord. (Psalm 85:7)

God, please protect our government officials. The day we call, please respond! (Psalm 20:9)

Your servants, Lord, may be clad in holiness. Your loved ones deserve to be rejoicing right now. (Psalm 132:9)

Protect your people and have mercy on those who are yours. Look after them and always bear them with you. (Psalm 28:9)

Lord, grant us peace in this time of trouble; for we have no one else to fight on our behalf. [From 2 Chronicles 20:15]

Make my heart holy, Lord. Rekindle in me the courage to persevere.. (Psalm 51:10)

The Biblical Concept of Prayer
Paul urged the congregation to intercede for him so that he could proclaim the gospel without fear (Ephesians 6:19). Paul prayed for the church and instructed them to pray for one another with “supplications […] and thanksgivings” (1 Timothy 2:1). Always remembering your faith, love, and hope in our Lord Jesus Christ in our prayers. “We give thanks to God always for all of you, mentioning you in our prayers” (1 Thessalonians 1:2). Even the most devout among us are in need of prayer. The prayers of others moved and encouraged Paul.

Paul showed that the people of God prioritized God’s glory above all else. In “our Lord Jesus Christ,” Paul expresses his gratitude and his faith. The ease of his life is not the reason he asks for prayer, but rather doing God’s will.

Paul was modeling his own actions after those of Christ, who prayed to God on behalf of others even as he hung on the cross. As the saying goes, “Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do” (Luke 23:34). He defended the rights of everyone present, including the Pharisees, Roman soldiers, and bystanders, as well as the believers who followed him at first but later turned against him.

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