How do you invite someone to a prayer?

A warm and pleasant morning to one and all. First of all let’s invoke the blessings of the almighty. Let me invite —– for prayer. Everyone please raise for the prayer.

What is the prayer of invitation?

Eternal God, may our invitations make a difference. Whether our invitees respond with a ‘yes’ or a ‘no,’ we pray that they will receive our invitations as a reminder of your unconditional love for them. Even if they decline our offer, may the invitation itself bring hope and encouragement to their lives. Amen.

How do you write a prayer for a meeting?

Heavenly Father, We come to you today asking for your guidance, wisdom, and support as we begin this meeting. Help us engage in meaningful discussion; allow us to grow closer as a group and nurture the bonds of community.

How do you encourage people to attend a prayer meeting?

10 Ideas to Get More People to Attend Prayer Meetings

  1. Move the prayer group. Most prayer meetings are held in the church.
  2. Make it possible to meet online.
  3. Encourage children and teens to attend.
  4. Liven it up with a theme.
  5. Split into smaller groups.
  6. Include praise days.
  7. Teach people to pray.
  8. Use all five senses.

How do I do an online prayer meeting?

Steps to Start a Prayer Line

  1. Enlist listeners for your prayer line.
  2. Set up a free conferencing account to host your prayer line with up to 1000 people at a time.
  3. Pick a subject or topic to talk about on your prayer line in advance.
  4. Let your participants know that your prayer line is ready to go!

What is God’s invitation to you?

In God’s word, there is an invitation that is given to all mankind. It too can be received with joy or pushed aside never to be used. In Matthew 11:28 Jesus said, “Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”

How do you encourage prayer?

Provide opportunities to pray

  1. Create a prayer initiative.
  2. Encourage congregants to pair up to pray at the beginning of worship or small group meetings, or simply in everyday life.
  3. Create a “buddy” prayer system for special events.
  4. Promote worship warriors.
  5. Create a prayer “closet” within your church.