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Prayer Key

Here you will find this week's daily prayer guide. Our virtual prayer groups use these keys so that the entire Comunionet network prays in one accord. We update this page every Sunday.

Week 29
July 19-25


Let’s prepare our hearts to participate in the Lord’s Supper this Saturday in our group. 

Video for Supervisions (review) 

Leader, don’t lower your goals, increase your faith! - 




We mentor: Impartation of the fire of holiness (review) -   


We “Bible”: Psalms 23-25; Acts 21 -

Reading the Bible daily will guide our steps.


We give: If the first fruit is sanctified everything will be sanctified. To donate, go to

This video will encourage you to conform to the heart of Jesus: 


We pray for a revival of holiness in churches.


Reminder: Leaders, fill out the Weekly Report form: 




We mentor: PROPELLERS (review) -


We “Bible”: Psalms 26-28; Acts 22 -

Reading the Bible daily will remove our burdens.


We give: Let’s consecrate our donations to the Lord. To donate, go to


We pray for holiness in our government.



We mentor: The secret of a life of holiness (review) - 


We “Bible”: Psalms 29-30; Acts 23 -

Reading the Bible will bring us back to God.


We give: Every donation spurs the gospel. To donate, go to


We pray for our prodigals to have powerful encounters with God.



We mentor: From rejection to multiplication (review) - 


We “Bible”: Psalms 31-32 -

Reading the Bible daily will keep us from sin.


We give: Let’s consecrate each offering as a daily burnt offering. To donate, go to


We pray that our homes will be sanctified for God.


Reminder: Tomorrow we will celebrate Communion [prepare bread and cup]


We mentor: How to start a new group? (review) -


We “Bible”: Psalms 33-34; Acts 24 -

Reading the Bible daily will bring us joy.


We give: Let’s consecrate our lives, homes, ministries and finances to God. To donate, go to


We pray for the nation of Croatia to be saved and discipled (more than 86% of the population is Roman Catholic).





We mentor: In the first minute of your meeting, you can fill up your group! (review) - 


We “Bible”: Psalms 35-36; Acts 25 -

Reading the Bible daily will guide us to wisdom.


We give, partaking in the Lord's Supper and receiving his sanctification. To donate, go to


We pray for strength for our group leader and for all the leaders in this network.


United Meeting: Sundays: 2pm Central (4pm Argentina, 3pm Eastern USA, 9pm Spain, Next day at 7am - New Zealand).



We mentor: Your ministry will grow! (review) - 


We “Bible”: Psalms 37-39; Acts 26 -

Thanks to God that reading the Bible gives peace.


We give as a sign of worship to God. To donate, go to

This video will encourage you to continue supporting this network: 


We pray, thanking God for setting us apart for Himself (if you have a Bible verse or a song to praise the Lord, share it briefly).







Some testimonies from group leaders, to encourage your faith: 


  • Hernán has always had a vision problem. His retina was detaching and he was becoming blind. We prayed for him and today his mother told us that Hernan’s ophthalmologist was surprised, because the retina appears to be reattached. Glory to God!


  • Two young men from Colombia, who had been on oxygen for 20 days, were healed, after we cried out to God.


  • We prayed for Sabrina, who had Covid and was on oxygen. We got word that she is doing better and now in a regular hospital room.


  • We were praying for Richard that God would open a door for him for a job, according to the desire of his heart. Our prayer was answered the next day. He was hired and is working for a large corporation (from the US).


  • We thank the Lord Jesus because a sister was healed from problems with her spine.


  • We prayed for a creative miracle for Uriel, who was born without the cartilage in his hip. Today we got word he is already crawling.


  • We prayed for the conversion of a young man, and a few days later he was reconciled to the Lord.


  • Yesterday, in one of our churches, a lady rededicated herself to the Lord and was set free from a demonic spirit. She also received the baptism of the Holy Spirit. 

John 15:16,17

 16 You didn’t choose me. I chose you. I appointed you to go and produce lasting fruit, so that the Father will give you whatever you ask for, using my name. 17 This is my command: Love each other.

Lessons from this passage:  


  1. Christ chooses us as disciples, not the other way around: 

 “The allusion is to a custom of the Jews, the reverse of which Christ acted; with whom it was usual for disciples to choose their own masters, and not masters their disciples”

   2. Our destiny is to be fruitful. It is by God’s design.

   3. God prefers the prayers of those who exhibit some fruit already.

   4. The fruit can be summed up as love and discipleship: “If you bear fruit, you love people and win people to Christ.”