While participating in a march in Ferguson last night, I talked with five or six different young people. I asked two quick questions: 1) What do I need to know? and 2) What do I need to do?
Here are their responses:
1) What I need to know –
“We’re living in prison.”
“We’re all in this together.”
2) What I need to do –
“You’re doin’ it.”
“Walk with us.”
My mind and heart are stirring following this event, and I will be writing more on this later. But for now, I want just give some thoughts for those who are praying with us here and in our Facebook prayer group.
As you pray, you might want to think about these things:
- How will you help continue Christ’s mission to free the captives?
- How will you show that we are all in this together? If you don’t believe this to be true, put that before the Lord in prayer.
- Will you obey Proverbs 31:8-9 and “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy”? If you’re not sure how you can do this, pray for direction.
- What can you DO? How can you walk with others in their struggles?
One thought on “Initial Prayer Thoughts after a Walk in Ferguson”
Great prayer walk questions and great personal prayer time questions.
Thanks again, Lisa!
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