4 benefits of corporate prayer groups

Hello everyone! I hope you are doing well! ❤️ I wanted to drop by to share with you a highlight for my week! I have been part of a women’s prayer group that meets via teleconferencing on Fridays. It has been enjoyable and empowering. Therefore, I thought of sharing a bit about my experience! The group members are diligent and time conscious, I feel that we are all in tune with each other. Here are four benefits that I have experienced in corporate prayer/prayer groups!

Mutual encouragement & accountability

In the past, I found myself cutting my personal prayer sessions short or procrastinating because I didn’t have encouragement or accountability. Now, I feel encouraged by other group members to improve my prayer life!


I love the way we get together and pray not only for each other but for our country as well!

Purpose and fulfillment

I can’t explain it, but I feel a renewed purpose in my spiritual life as I can stand in the gap for not only my loved ones but others as well!


Honestly, I always look forward to Fridays. Firstly, because in our household, it’s our chick fila 🐤 day! Then this prayer meeting is another icing on the cake!

🌸If I could sum up my overall experience aside from the four benefits I have highlighted, it would be summed up with this verse:

Proverbs 27:17

17 As iron sharpens iron,
    so one person sharpens another.

Quick Question– Are you involved in a regular prayer meeting, small group, bible study, or something similar?

I hope that you are all finding ways to have fellowship with brethren, even during this pandemic!


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12 thoughts on “4 benefits of corporate prayer groups

  1. I agree with you it is such a blessing to be a part of corporate prayer.
    At times when I really am not feeling like I could have a deep time of prayer, other’s prayers have spurred me and helped me have a time of spirit led powerful prayer.

  2. Praying with each other is so vital. It helps us to know we are a part of something, helps us to experience God’s love, and helps us to stay encouraged.

  3. Yes, I am involved in prayer meetings and small groups. Apostple Paul siad in Hebrews 10:25, KJV: “Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching.”
    The more we need to gather in groups to strengthen one another. Blessings to you!

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