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Memory verse:   

“And he taught, saying unto them, Is it not written, My house shall be called of all nations the house of prayer? but ye have made it a den of thieves. ”

  • Mk. 11:17.

Responsibility means a duty or task one is expected to perform. A wise man said responsibility is the price for greatness, which means that every great man has the task they got committed to emerge in greatness Deu. 28:1. From scriptures, we understand that by new birth the believer was brought into the realm of greatness Mat. 5:13-14. A core task for the believer to realize this greatness is commitment to kingdom advancement prayer Lk. 9:28-35; Mat. 6:9-10.

Examples of Saints in the Bible who though not ordained are intercessors.

  1. David.

David was king of Israel, the strongest nation during his reign 2Sam. 5:3. Despite being a king, David would pray three times daily, which made him to be acknowledged as a servant of God Psa. 55:17; 89:20-24. David is still recognized today as the greatest king Israel ever had.

What are we to Pray for?

  1. Pray continuously for member’s needs to be met.

As we pray for members, we move God to turn their challenges into testimonies Php. 1:19; Gal. 6:2. This will result in their being established in the faith and the church Psa. 23:2,6. And from scriptures, we understand that what we make happen for others is what God is committed to make happen for us in return Eph. 6:8; Job 42:10. God is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him Heb. 11:6. We are guaranteed reward of greatness when we seek Him in prayer for others.

Jesus is Lord!


Father, in the name of Jesus, baptize me with the Spirit of grace and supplication afresh Zch. 12:10.


Identify your home cell members in need, and take their needs up in prayer.

Priestly Blessings.                                    

Everyone your take up in prayer shall share their testimony before this season is over!

Your own desired testimony shall be delivered before this season is over!

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