The Bible reveals an inseparable connection between our praying and the sovereign providence of God that controls and guides all things according to the good pleasure of His will. Things that come to pass in our lives can be so overwhelming and devastating that it calls for corporate as well as personal prayer. Paul described such and occasion in II Corinthians 1:8-11
"For we do not want you to be unaware, brethren, of our affliction which came to us in Asia, that we were burdened excessively, beyond our strength, so that we despaired even of life; indeed, we had the sentence of death within ourselves so that we would not trust in ourselves, but in God who raises the dead; who delivered us from so great a peril of death, and will deliver us, He on whom we have set our hope. And He will yet deliver us, you also joining in helping us through your prayers, so that thanks may be given by many persons on our behalf for the favor bestowed on us through the prayers of many.
When God is about to change His workings in providence, He stirs up His people to desperately want such a change. Paul ascribed his great deliverance to the corporate prayers for him by the saints at Corinth.
The GABM family desires to be helping servants to other people in their time of great need by forming a prayer chain that will be called upon when we receive requests for urgent prayer. Whenever a need arises, we will activate the prayer chain on your behalf and thereafter you will be contacted and assured you were personally prayed for. Answered prayer would be then shared throughout the GABM family.
If you would like to give your time to pray for others, please let us know and you will be made a part of the prayer chain. This ministry will allow you to be both a recipient to find help in time of a deep personal need, and it will provide you the opportunity to help others with your prayers. The ministry of GABM will advance no higher than the depths of prayer engaged therein.
And in the morning, rising up a great while before day, He went out,
and departed into a solitary place, and there prayed. -- Mark 1:35