As a House of Prayer we are prayerfully and humbly considering the current corona-virus situation and our response to it.
In accordance with the instructions we have been given by our leaders, we will no longer be holding public meetings in the House of Prayer. This week, in place of our usual intercession meeting tomorrow (19th March) at 10am-12pm we will meet outside the HoP for a prayer walk. Please do be seeking God and using discernment about what you attend however, you are very welcome to join us tomorrow.
We will keep you updated as we think of creative ways to keep praying and worshipping together.
Our prayer is that God enables us to keep our eyes fixed on Him throughout this time, that we do not partner with fear and that we continue to joyfully encourage and care for one another at every opportunity. We fix our eyes on You, Jesus. Refine us and deepen our love and obedience to You during this time. Amen.
For here is what the Lord has spoken to me:
“Because you have delighted in me as my great lover,
I will greatly protect you.
I will set you in a high place, safe and secure before my face.
I will answer your cry for help every time you pray,
and you will find and feel my presence
even in your time of pressure and trouble.
I will be your glorious hero and give you a feast.
You will be satisfied with a full life and with all that I do for you.
For you will enjoy the fullness of my salvation!” Psalm 91:14-16 TPT
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