Prayer For Our Country Jewish

May the Transformative Power of the Universe uplift and strengthen all the peace-makers, social change and environmental activists, prophets, and all those working to heal and transform our world.

May all these separate sparks of light be unified into one, drawing in and transforming darkness into light so we can together build the mishkan (holy dwelling) here on earth for all.

May our light spread through the lands so that we truly partner with el Shaddai, the nurturing life giving one, and build a loving, just, caring, generous, life sustaining world and let that happen in our days, Now.

And let us say Amen.

May the Shechinah, the compassionate, enwombed one, spread a sukkah of peace and guard over all the people whose families are being ripped apart, and whose lives are uprooted and destroyed by the actions of the US and Israeli governments and other governments throughout the world. May the people of those countries be strengthened to be rodfey shalom (pursuers of peace) and rodfey tzedek (pursuers of justice). May their bodies, their homes, and their lands be protected and safe. Amen

Father, in the name of Jesus, we have received Your power ability, efficiency, and might because the Holy Spirit has come upon us; and we are Your witnesses in __________ and to the ends the very bounds of the earth.
We fearlessly and confidently and boldly draw near to the throne of grace that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in good time for every need appropriate help and well-timed help, coming just when we in the city of __________ need it.

Father, thank You for sending forth Your commandments to the earth; Your Word runs very swiftly throughout __________. Your Word continues to grow and spread.

Lord, we lift up prayer for our troops. Lord, we ask for blessings on our service men and women. We ask protection for all our men and women in uniform both here and around the world. We are grateful for their service and their dedication to keeping our nation safe. We pray that you would keep them safe.

We thank you for our blessings of life and liberty. May our country continually show love and honor to you. May our dedication to you cause us to reach out to all the other nations and people groups with a strong desire for peace and harmony to be displayed whenever possible.

We ask all these things in the name of your beloved son, Jesus Christ.

May this land, under your providence, be an influence for good throughout the world, uniting all people in peace and freedomhelping them to fulfill the vision of your prophet: Nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they experience war any more' (Isaiah 2:4). And let us say: Amen.

Creator of all flesh, bless all the inhabitants of our country with Your spirit. May citizens of all races and creeds forge a common bond in true harmony, to banish hatred and bigotry, and to safeguard the ideals and free institutions that are the pride and glory of our country.

O Guardian of life and liberty,
may our nation always merit Your protection.
Teach us to give thanks for what we have
by sharing it with those who are in need.
Keep our eyes open to the wonders of creation,
and alert to the care of the earth.
May we never be lazy in the work of peace;
may we honor those who have died in defense of our ideals.
Grant our leaders wisdom and forbearance.
May they govern with justice and compassion.
Help us all to appreciate one another,
and to respect the many ways that we may serve You.
May our homes be safe from affliction and strife,
and our country be sound in body and spirit.

Sustain together in undiminished hope, O God of hope,
those who continue to labor with undiminished determination
to build peace in the land from which, of old,
out of brokenness, violence and destruction,
nevertheless hope emerged for so many of faith. . . .
Bless all the spiritual seed of Abraham together
with the light of your Presence.
For in the light of your Presence
we have found a way of justice and mercy
and a vision of Peace.
We praise you O God, Giver of Peace,
who commands us to Peace. Amen