Prayers to Abide in Christ

Lord Jesus, you told us to abide in You, and You in us. Otherwise we cannot bear fruit. Apart from you we can do nothing. We thank You that you will abide in us, as we obey your command to love one another.  We thank You that through You we will bear much fruit. (John 15:4,5)

Lord, we pray for all those not abiding in You. We pray that they will repent, and not be thrown away as worthless branches. We pray that those in the church will never dry up. We pray they will never be cast into the fire and burned (John 15:6).

Lord, keep us in You and Your living words remaining in our hearts. We thank you for working this, and we thank you that whatever we desire we will ask, and it shall be done for us (John 15:7).

Lord, keep us in your love, which is as great as the love between You and the Father (John 15:9).

Lord, keep us walking in perfect obedience to your commandments, so that we can abide in your love and be your friends. (John 15:10,14)

Lord, let your joy remain in us, and let our joy be full (John 15:11).

Lord, make us to love others with the love of the Father and so abide in you (John 15:12).

Lord, live your life in us, so that our way of living is as yours (1 John 2:6).

Lord, love our brothers through us. Make us abide in the light, so that we are never a cause for anyone to stumble (1 John 2:10).

Lord, let the Word of salvation which we heard from the beginning abide in us, so that we will abide in you and in the Father (1 John 2:24).

Lord, may your Truth remain in us and with us forever (2 John 2).

Lord, thank you that your anointing abides in us. Help us to learn and apply all that the anointing teaches us (1 John 2:27)

Thank you Lord that you came to take away sins, and in You there is no sin. Thank you that as we abide in you we sin not (1 John 3:5-6).

Let us always abide in you Lord, so that we will have confidence, and not be ashamed before you at your coming (1 John 2:28).

Confessions of Thanksgiving and Faith

We thank you Lord that we keep Your commandments and so we abide in You, and You in us, because You have given us of Your Spirit. (1 John 4:13)

We thank you that we confess that You are the Son of God, God abides in us, and we in God. (1 John 4:15)

We thank You Jesus that God is love, and since we abide in love, we abide in God, and God in us. (1 John 4:16)

We thank You Father that we are in Him who is true, Jesus Christ. (1 John 5:20)

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About Michael Fackerell

The Christian faith is about Jesus. He came to save the lost. About Jesus Christ, Bible teaching, Testimonies, Salvation, Prayer, Faith, Networking.

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  1. Its too late to repent after you are dead. Sin is a viper that will kill you if you play with it long enough. Cast it off! Don’t waste any time. If the Spirit of God is still speaking to you, don’t grieve Him another day. If sin still bothers you it is not too late to repent. Put your trust in Jesus Christ and His sacrifice, seek to make God your source of joy for living and get into His Word. Set your mind on things of the Spirit, not on earthly things. Whatever you sow you will reap, so don’t waste time in yielding to God’s Spirit.

  2. Brown vincent says:

    Hi,
    Is it ever too late to come back (repent) and be saved in Jesus? I have been backsliding for sometime, and often worry whether it is too late to come back and be redeemed by the blood…just wondering what your thoughts might be.

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