Sunday, April 15, 2012

Prayer Requests

I know that it seems like each time I blog I have a list of prayer requests.  I firmly believe in the power of prayer and what better play to petition those requests than from "my sisters in Christ"?

  1. Roger - my husband; his male blood work did not come back good so he has to go back to the doctor for re-testing in June and from there they will decide the outcome.
  2. Our children and their temporaty separation situations.
  3. Our daughter - who has health issues. 
  4. Our son-in-law - that his company sees fit to move him back to East Tennessee where there are at least three openings.....or that God would show them what is in His Plan for them.  (Our daughter has a job teaching and is currently under a doctor's care for her health issues, so they would prefer not to have to relocate at this time.)
  5. Our daughter-in-law - as she seeks out a job in May.
  6. Our son - has an "unspoken" request...but God knows.
  7. Glenda - my co-worker that has been diagnosed with a rare cancer and is having to travel to Nashville monthly for treatment.  (On the bright side...she is a wonderful Believer and sister in Christ.)
  8. Several of our church families - they are going through marital difficulty and desperately need God's Hand Laid upon their marriages.
  9. Our church.  We do not have any major issues, but it is time for us to get out of the "comfort zone" and make a difference in our community.
  10. Our V.B.S. - It's that time of year, and like most churches, it is many times difficult to get folks to "committ" to giving a week of their time.
  11. One of our Female Youth - she has totally gone astray and is seeking out things of the "world" instead of keeping her eyes on Jesus.
  12. A Friend - (young married couple with a one year old) - wife has decided she just does not want to be married any longer and is trying to convince him and herself that this is God's will.
  13. The list could go on and on.........because there are Lots of Hurting Folks.  Just remember them all in general.
Thank you in advance for your prayers.  They are much appreciated.  The Bible tells us in Matthew 18:20 --- For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them. 
I believe in the Power of Prayer.

1 comment:

Tonya said...


I too believe in the wonderful power of prayer! The prayers of the righteous avail much....James 5:16.