Apr 11, 2011

Scripture Prayers for the Lost

The following are Scripture prayers that you can use to pray for lost people. These prayers are based on the Word of God. You can plead them with confidence and expectancy. In order to use them, place the name of the lost person or persons in the blank, pleading with God to save them.

Father, in the name of Jesus, I plead that You will draw _______________ to Jesus Christ in true faith and repentance (John 6:44).

In the name of Jesus, I ask You, Father, to quicken ___________________ who is dead in sins and trespasses (Ephesians 2:1).

Father, I ask You to bind and remove Satan’s work in _________________’s life and to open _______________’s eyes to the truth of the gospel (2 Corinthians 4:4).

Father, I pray that You would convince _____________ that he/she is lost, separated from God, and headed to hell (Romans 3:23).

Father, in the name of Jesus, I pray that You would destroy any false ideas that _________________ has about Jesus Christ and salvation through Him (Proverbs 14:12).
Lord Jesus, I plead that You will seek out __________________ and save him/her from his/her sins and eternal condemnation (Luke 19:10).

Father, I pray that You will open ________________’s heart so that he/she will receive and believe the gospel (Acts 16:14).

Father, I ask You through Your power and _____________’s circumstances to prepare him/her to hear and receive the Word of God (Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23).

Father, I plead that ______________ will understand the gospel when it is presented to him/her so that the devil cannot snatch it away (Matthew 13: 5, 9).

Father, in the name of Jesus, I plead that the Word of God will take root in ____________’s life and bring about true salvation in ____________’s life (Matthew 13:6, 20-21).

Father, I ask that the pleasures of this world and the pressures of life will not choke the Word of God that has been sown into _______________’s life (Matthew 13:7, 22).

Father, I plead that You will deliver ________________ from the kingdom of darkness and place ________________ into the kingdom of Your dear Son (Colossians 1:13).

Father, I pray that _______________ will receive the free gift of eternal life through Jesus Christ the Lord (Romans 6:23).

Father, I ask that _________________ will not trust in himself/herself, but that ________________ will completely trust in You as his/her Savior and Lord (Galatians 2:16).

Holy God, I pray that You would grant genuine repentance to _________________, a repentance that will cause him/her to hate sin and to turn from it (Acts 11:8; Luke 13:1-3).

Lord God, I plead that You would grant ________________ genuine faith, a faith that
trusts in Jesus alone and surrenders to Him as Lord and Savior (Ephesians 2:8-10).

Father, I pray that You would stir _______________ out of his/her indifference and complacency concerning his/her condition and his/her need of the Lord Jesus Christ (2 Corinthians 6:2).

I ask in the name of Jesus Christ that ________________ would surrender himself/herself to the Lord Jesus Christ (Romans 14:9).

Father, I pray that You will send people continually into ________________’s life who will share the gospel with him/her (Romans 10:14).

Father, I plead in the name of Jesus that You will put a new heart in ________________ and that You will place Your Holy Spirit in him/her (Jeremiah 42:30; Ezekiel 11:19-20).

Father, I pray that You will cause _________________ to hate sin and that You will break the power of those sins that are hindering him/her from coming to Christ (Mark 9:43-47).

Lord Jesus, I ask that _______________ would surrender to You, denying himself/herself, take up the Cross, and follow You (Luke 9:23).

Father, I plead that _____________ will understand that his/her only hope for forgiveness and acceptance with You is through Jesus’ work on the Cross (1 Corinthians 1:18).

Father, I pray that _______________ would not neglect the glorious salvation, which is available through Your Son (Hebrews 2:1-3).

Lord Jesus, I pray that ________________ will feel and know the burden of his/her sin and will come to You for forgiveness and salvation (Matthew 11:28-30).

Father, I plead that _________________ will make a genuine commitment to Jesus Christ as the Lord and Savior of his/ her life (Luke 14:24-33).

Lord Jesus, I plead that ____________________ will not be content with the appearance of righteousness but will seek You for the transformation of his/her whole life (Matthew 23:27-29).

Father, I pray that ___________________ will see that his/her good works are as filthy rags in Your sight and that they will not save him/her (Isaiah 64:6).

Father, I ask that _______________ would believe and trust Your Son that You sent to be the Savior of sinners (John 5:24).

Lord Jesus, I ask that _______________ would not die in his/her sins but would trust You and receive eternal life (John 8:24).

Because You came into the world to save sinners, I plead with You to save _____________ who is a sinner and in need of Your grace and mercy (1 Timothy 1:13-16).

Father, I pray that You would humble ______________ so that he/she sees his/her need of Jesus Christ (Psalm 18:27; Proverbs 8:13, 29:23).

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6 comments:

nika said...

i prayed this for me and my family in these days we need this keep us in prayer thank you

Nancy M said...

Thank you! praying scripture is my favorite way to pray. I believe the prayers of a person made right by the blood of Jesus is effective.

TravisJ Jesus is Lord said...

I have and am still learning that darkness is God's training ground. We should not deny that we all battle depression and co-dependency in some fashion and should accept that it's ok. It's normal. This wicked world is operated by the underground ruler. This is why the Word says if we draw close to Him, he will draw close to us. I challenge you to really meditate on what that really means and how it applies to your life situations. To me, it means most of the time we are what I call "drunk" in our own selfish stinking thinking. In order to make ourselves FEEL better, we have to justify our actions; i.e. convincing ourselves to drive home drunk or to quit your job because you're "angry" when you didn't get "your" way. I mean really, didn't Rick Warren state in the first sentence of his Purpose Driven Life book "it's not about YOU". I'm so tired if always thinking abou me. It's getting old. Pay it forward is not just a statement or concept, it's Jesus' way of allowing us to change the world. I'm not even sure I can recall scripture stating Jesus doing anything for Himself?? What do you do selfishly that you will pass down to your kids as well as the rest of your bloodline?

Anonymous said...

Printing this out. This has been a hot topic of conversation lately among my family, how to pray effectively for an unsaved loved one. Will come back and comment after I have read through them all. Thanks for posting! Relevant to all, every day of every week.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so very much for this post. I know it is from quite awhile ago, but it is exactly what I was looking for!
Blessings,
Aimee

Anonymous said...

I made a short cut for this on my phone and pray these every day for my son and daughter in law. thank you for sharing it. I have faith that they will be saved.

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