December 1 Prayer is a spiritual practice that is observed by many Christian communities around the world. It is celebrated as the beginning of the Advent season, which marks the start of the Christian liturgical year. The prayer typically focuses on themes of hope, anticipation, and preparation, as Christians reflect on the coming of Christ and prepare themselves for his arrival. December 1 Prayer may involve reciting traditional prayers, singing hymns, or engaging in other spiritual practices that help to cultivate a sense of reverence and contemplation. It is a way to connect with the deeper meaning of the holiday season, and to reflect on the role of faith in our lives. Many people find solace and comfort in this practice, as it offers a way to connect with the spiritual traditions of their community and find meaning and purpose in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the holiday season
Please read the prayers below which will provide guidance for December 1 Prayer. May God Bless You!
December 1 Prayer 1
Lord our God,
We thank you for letting hosannas rise from people’s hearts and for letting us cry out to you all the more fervently in dark times. Help us, O Almighty God, and help your king, Jesus Christ, to his final victory. For he shall be victor, bringing grace, peace, life, and victory for all that is good, on earth as in heaven. He shall be victor at all times in our lives, enabling us to keep faith in trouble, fear, and need, yes, even in death. Hosanna to the victor, Jesus Christ, the victor you have chosen! O Almighty God, proclaim him on earth. Let all the people know he is on his way, to the glory of your name.
December 1 Prayer 2
I trust in your word and I believe that you will come in your power to deliver us from this sinful world. I believe you will come to transform us and get us into your light so we can be a light that shines into the world too. Renew our strength daily as we wait on you, Lord.
December 1 Prayer 3
I bring before you, the readers seeking success at work and in business. I decree that this new month of December shall be a month of tremendous ideas, progress, and success. They will be guided by the Holy Spirit to new heights and great blessings.
December 1 Prayer 4
Bless the workplace. Even if our supervisors, managers, employees, or even our customers, are creating chaos and mayhem in our place of employment or business, let us continue performing, as if we are working directly unto You, with cheerful hearts. Let every challenging duty come to us as if it is coming directly from You. Father, give us the blessings of Your Divine help and guidance and suffer us not to fail. LORD, let us remember You when we receive the fruit of our success. Through Christ, our mouths are filled with laughter, our tongues with songs of joy. Then it will be said, “The LORD has done great things for them.” In Jesus’ name, I pray.
December 1 Prayer 5
As we enter this season of preparing for festivities and family get-togethers, we pause and meditate on the real reason we celebrate Christmas – his Name is Jesus. In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God. In Jesus was Life, and the Life was Light to live by. This Life-Light continues to blaze out of the darkness, and the darkness cannot put it out. Thank You, Father, for giving us real (eternal) life through Jesus Christ our Lord.
December 1 Prayer 6
Help us to keep our focus first on Christ this season. Please forgive us for giving too much time and attention on other things. Help us to reflect again, on what Christmas is really all about. Thank you that you came to give new life, peace, hope, and joy. Thank you that your power is made perfect in our weakness. Help us to remember that the gift of Christ, Immanuel, is our greatest treasure, not just at Christmas, but for the whole year through. Fill us with your joy and the peace of your Spirit. Direct our hearts and minds towards you. Thank you for your reminder that both in seasons of celebration and in seasons of brokenness, you’re still with us. For you never leave us. Thank you for your daily powerful Presence in our lives, that we can be assured your heart is towards us, your eyes are over us, and your ears are open to our prayers. Thank you that you surround us with favor as with a shield, and we are safe in your care. We choose to press in close to you today… and keep you first in our hearts and lives.
December 1 Prayer 7
We begin this season of Advent in great anticipation of the Coming of Your Son, Jesus Christ. We have experienced the suffering of all Your creation. We have seen the pain, the violence, the sorrow and the grief that is in our world. Fill us with the hope that is in Your Son. Grant us the strength to persevere in following Him; in loving You and loving our neighbor and tending to our “common home.” In Jesus’ Name, we pray.
December 1 Prayer 8
Stir up our hearts that we may prepare for Thy only begotten Son, that through His coming we may be made worthy to serve Thee with pure souls. Through the same Christ our Lord.