Week 4: 24-30 October 2021

John Jerome

 “There are two kinds of people; those who say to God, ‘Thy will be done,’ and those to whom God says, ‘All right, have it your way.’” C.S. Lewis



  1. Pray: Open with prayer 
  1. Read: 
  • 2 Kings 20:1-8 (NLT)
  • Righteous – 2 Kings 18:3-7 Righteousness means living right, not just in a moment, but as a lifestyle!
  • Reality – 2 Kings  20:1 Righteousness does not exempt us from human suffering however, just look at Jesus – and the day came when Hezekiah found himself facing a difficult personal struggle with illness, one that was severe!
  • Request – 2 Kings 20:2-3 Hezekiah however understands that God is not just a God of rules but a God who loves relationships! Hezekiah was perfect and flawless, just that he for the vast amount of his life lived faithfully for the Lord; his heart was always yearning and living for God.
  • Reward – 2 Kings 20:4-6 God’s eyes and ears are tuned to His faithful servants!
  1. Watch the short message by John Jerome
  1. Discussion: The Prayer of a Righteous Person 

Prayer is always a dialogue. The Bible always speaks of the power of prayer. When we pray we open ourselves to a conversation with God. 

  • As a Righteous Person how should you pray? 
  • Pray for righteousness in our community, country, and world.
  • Pray for the Local Elections this Monday. Pray that Righteous people will be elected. 

Worship – 

Spend time in God’s presence through Praise and Worship. 

Works for this week

  1. Read 2 Kings 20:1-8 every day this week. 
  2. Pray for our Local Elections next week? 
  3. Set a day to fast and pray this week.