God desires we come together and pray in unity. These prayers for opening a meeting set the tone for an intimate time with God and ask the Lord to help us focus and contribute.
He will unite us as one body and bring revelation and guidance to our meeting. Take a few moments to consider our meeting in the context of His love.
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Heavenly Father, we come to you today seeking your blessing and guidance for our meeting.
Our desire is to conduct this meeting in a way that is pleasing to you and that will honor Your holy name. Please, Lord, give us wisdom as we discuss the matters at hand. Help us to be respectful of one another and to value each person’s input.
Let us stand together under your love. Give us open minds and humble hearts, so that we may be receptive to your leading.
We pray all these things in Jesus’ name.
Inspirational Prayer For Opening A Meeting
Heavenly Father, we are gathered here today to plan for a meeting in Your name.
Together, we ask that you guide our discussions and help us to reach a consensus that is in line with your will. Give us wisdom and discernment as we make decisions, and help us to always put the needs of others above our own.
Inspire us, oh Lord put into our hearts the drive to do good deeds. Hold us above all challenges as we go through our meeting.
Thank you for your continued guidance and support.
Commit your work to the Lord, and your plans will be established.Proverbs 16:3
Opening Prayer For A Church Meeting
Jesus, we consecrate this Church meeting to You.
We thank You for the opportunity to gather together and to grow in our relationship with You. Please guide our words and our thoughts, so that we may honor You in all that we do this day.
May this meeting be a time of blessings, and may we go forth from here with renewed confidence in Your love. Watch over us during the meeting and help us all to consider the things we spoke about afterward.
Opening Prayer For A Faculty Meeting
Heavenly Father, we come to You today in need of Your guidance and strength for our faculty meeting.
We ask that You would be with us as we open this meeting. Send Your holy spirit to guide our discussion, and help us to make decisions that are in line with Your will.
Give us wisdom and understanding as we consider the matters at hand. Please Lord, help us to remain focused on what is important, and to put aside our personal agendas. We pray that this meeting would be productive and helpful and that it would lead us closer to achieving Your purposes for our lives.
Prayer For Opening A Church Meeting
Dear Lord above us in heaven.
As we open our Church meeting we stand before you ready to receive the lessons of Christ.
Please God, help us to stand together.
Grant us the wisdom to hear what we need to hear. The patience to exchange ideas. The harmony to be together in love.
Father, we are grateful to everyone who made it here today. We thank you for guiding them here to be with us. We thank you for leading our hearts, minds and souls. Thank you that your favor has no end, but it lasts an entire lifetime and beyond.
In the name of Your Son.
Healing Prayer to Open a Meeting
Dear Lord our heavenly father,
We come to you together to come together in this meeting under Your grace and love.
Please God, bind us together as one united in You. Give us the strength to focus on what You have called us to do and say. Help us to remember why we are here together and let us see the love and value in those here with us today.
Help us to understand Your teaching, so that we can grow closer to You and each other. Let our understanding of Your word guide our meeting as we begin.
The Bible tells us that we should deal with forgiveness before praying. We release any anger and resentments between us in Your name. We ask for Your forgiveness God, and we forgive those who have wronged us.
Thank you for bringing us all together for this meeting. We pray that You will bind us together as one united in You. Give us the strength to focus on what You have called us to do and say.
Help us to focus. Help us to see true clarity in any situation.
Lord, we love You and we thank You. This meeting would not have been possible without Your hand to guide us.
Help us to do good work in Your name during this meeting. Help all of us in the meeting to be kind to each other and help us all grow in love for one another. Help us to truly listen to each other and to contribute as best we can.
We also ask for patience with each other God. We know that we all have different opinions but we also know that You desire for us to come together in unity. So help us to be patient with each other as we discuss the matters at hand.
We pray for a good positive attitude God. Help us to encourage each other and build each other up.
Please be with us God throughout this meeting. Let Your divine presence and will be felt as we come together and continue with us throughout the day as we go about our work.
Father, we feel close to you. Your guidance and love have brought us together here today and we are grateful for your continued blessings. Let this meeting be a success as we work together to glorify You.
Help us all to focus on the things which are truly important. Father, bind our will and focus on the things that are eternal and true.
We love you God and we pray all these things in Your Son, Jesus Christ’s, holy name.
Offering God prayers for opening a meeting provides us an opportunity for reflection and connection with the divine. Prayers can help us set a tone for a productive meeting that does good work in His name. If you would like to say one of these prayers before your next meeting, we encourage you to do so.
Prayer brings us closer together to each other and to God. Asking Him to watch over the meeting invites Him to help all of you. You can also follow your meeting up with a prayer to close the meeting together.
Depending on the context of your meeting you might want to take a few minutes to share one of these prayers together or you could offer Him your own prayer on behalf of everyone else there.