Prayer of Salvation
There are no right and wrong words. Just be yourself. Thank the Lord daily for your salvation. Pray for others in need. Seek his direction. Pray for the Lord to fill you daily with his Holy Spirit. There is no limit to prayer. You can pray with your eyes closed or open, while sitting or standing, kneeling or lying on your bed, anywhere, anytime. But first, you must receive Jesus as your Lord and savior.
Prayer can be a time to reflect on your heart and talk about it with God. It can be an opportunity to have prayers made for a loved one, for healing, confessions of sin, honest feelings about your circumstances (anger, despair, hopelessness, forgiveness, wisdom, patience, strength, peace), and more... At New Love, we believe in prayer, and the Pastoral Staff, Prayer Team, and the congregation will pray for you. (Your level of prayer is your choice on the request)
Prayer Answered & Praise
We love to hear about answers to prayers. Sometimes prayers are answered in a different way than you expect. Circumstances are changed without explanation. Healing occurs that can't be explained. And so many more "miracles" that can result when you have an answered prayer. Or maybe you have a message of praise. Let us know!
The Ten Commandments
The 10 Commandments were given to the Israel nation through Moses. The nation of Israel was now free from slavery in Egypt and was camped around Mount Sinai when thunder, lightning, a thick cloud, and the sound of trumpets signaled God's presence. Moses met with God and the 10 Commandments were written for the people to follow. These laws of "thou shalt not" are meant for our protection and guidance. God, our loving Father, wants to give us wisdom and keep us from choices that He knows will harm us. As you read through the 10 Commandments List, think of which ones you could do a better job at following. How would your life be lived more fully alive and free from insecurity, fear, and anxiety if you kept these laws?
These words express the strong persuasion, and full assurance of faith the apostle had, that nothing whatever could separate him and the rest of God's people, from his love towards them in Christ Jesus. This persuasion not only regards himself, but others; and is not conjectural, but certain; and which did not arise from any special and extraordinary revelation, but is founded upon the nature of the love of God itself, the security of it in Christ, and of the persons of God's elect in him; upon eternal predestination, and the unalterable purposes of God; upon the promise and oath of God; upon adoption, and the gracious witnessings, assistances, and inhabitation of the Spirit; and is greatly increased by the consideration of the death, resurrection, and intercession of Christ. The things enumerated, which are not able to separate from the love of God.