Inviting Intercessors Across America to Share
Prayers and Scriptures for Our Veterans
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with your first name, city/state. Thank you!
The following prayers and Bible passages for America's veterans have were shared on Saturday, November 7, 2015:
Psalm 147:3 “He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.” For our veterans ~ Bev, NC
1 Corinthiansb1:9 G-d is faithful is faithful who has called you into fellowship with his son Jesus Christ; Psalm 42:11Why,my soul are you downcast? Why so disturbed within me? Put your hope in God, for I will yet praise him my Savior and my God; Psalms 4:8; Deutronomy 31:6; Joshua 1:9; Psalms 46:1; St. John 15:13; Psalms 91:9-12; Ephesians 6:11; Isaiah 41:10
These are just a few Scriptures for the veterans ~ In his Love, Belinda
Father, we want to recognize you as our Commander in Chief. We ask your forgiveness for our apathy toward praying for our men on the battlefield who have laid down their lives for our freedom. Forgive us for our prayerlessness. Forgive us for grumbling and complaining about our nation and our leaders. Forgive us for causing division in our own nation and for failing to be the “watchmen” you have called us to be.
We pray for our Veterans and their hearts. Many of them may be as King David’s men who were men of difficult backgrounds. Note 1 Samuel 22:2. These were not School boys. They were men who were distressed under the reign of Saul. They were in debt. They were discontented. It was a motley crew which gathered unto David in the cave. They were men with problems, with things in their pasts to overcome. But David accepted them and trained them into his loyal, fighting troops. They were drawn to the Character of David.
Father, draw these men and woman to their true Commander in Chief. Let them be drawn to the character of the Lord Jesus (Yeshua) who does not require that they solve all their problems before they come to Him. He accepts those in distress, debt, and discontent and molds them into a band of mighty men for His cause. In fact, those who are self‑sufficient and self‑satisfied will not be attracted to the Lord Jesus. But like these men, those who feel the pain and poverty of a life lived under the current ruler of this world will see the beauty of the anointed King in waiting, and they will gladly join themselves to Him. Give them hearts after your heart as you did with King David and let them be drawn to the character and love of the KING OF ALL KINGS Yeshua Messiah (Jesus the Christ).
(excerpt taken from Bible.org regarding King David)
Nancy from Iowa (the Heartland)