At the Billy Graham Library, we begin our days with prayer. Before guests even arrive, our volunteers pray over each and every visitor that will enter through the doors—that they will have an encounter with Christ.
As we continue our prayer ministry, we would be honored if you—our online guests—will allow us to pray for you. Share your requests in the comments below. (All comments are reviewed before they appear online, so if you’d like them to remain anonymous, you can indicate “PRIVATE” at the beginning of your comment, or simply state “unspoken prayer.”)
We also covet your prayers. Here are five ways you could pray for the Billy Graham Library:
Please pray that guests would see “darkness passing away, and the true light already shining” through Jesus at the cross-shaped doorway into the Library (1 John 2:8, NKJV).
Please pray that the Lord would make the Library a place where all nations and peoples can become one family because “God, who has reconciled us to Himself through Jesus Christ, has given us the ministry of reconciliation” (2 Corinthians 5:18, NKJV).
Please ask the Father to open the door for men, veterans, teachers and pastors who will be attending our upcoming events to “acquaint themselves with Him, and be at peace” (Job 22:21, NKJV).
As our volunteers share the “Steps to Peace with God,” please ask the Holy Spirit to create in them a spiritual host of “peacemakers … called sons of God” (Matthew 5:9, NKJV).
As the Lord carries us through a time of transition, please ask the Holy Spirit, to give the Library staff “tranquil hearts that give life to the flesh” (Proverbs 14:30, ESV).