Prayer Requests 3-14-18

It’s Wednesday, so don’t forget Ajisuun and The Gambia.

Anyone else?

Psalm 33:1-5

Sing joyfully to the Lord, you righteous;
    it is fitting for the upright to praise him.
Praise the Lord with the harp;
    make music to him on the ten-stringed lyre.
Sing to him a new song;
    play skillfully, and shout for joy.

For the word of the Lord is right and true;
    he is faithful in all he does.
The Lord loves righteousness and justice;
    the earth is full of his unfailing love.

10 thoughts on “Prayer Requests 3-14-18

  1. Mr P is having some sort of medical procedure tomorrow. They will inject something along his nerves to see if it helps with the back pain and numbness in his leg. If it works they will do something called a nerve oblation.
    I confess, I have lost some of my patience with this. I need an attitude adjustment.

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  2. It is frustrating to see these things drag out. There are so many things to try that might work when you really only want the one that will work. Praying for you, love.

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  3. That’s a view up Lake Thomas Harris Road coming up to the Fountaingrove housing area. The fire swept down that hillside and then up this one and consumed lots of expensive houses.

    Driving up this road, most of the lots–some on the still green golf course–are for sale. Anything that isn’t green burned.

    I was struck by the contrast between the very green grass–it IS that green–and the blackened gnarled trees. I can’t post a photo like that on FB for fear of hurting people, but I thought you might find it interesting.

    I’m probably five miles west of my house here.

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  4. I’m grateful for an old friend whom I met for lunch yesterday, who walked me through a critique of my talk last Saturday. She had a small–yet major–comment to make about the content, but then spent a lot of time talking about my presentation.

    Here’s my Achilles heel–makeup, shoes, clothing, waving hands (“Yes, I know you’re Italian.”) and movement in front of the screen.

    I’ll be reworking my talk–I can see her point clearly and it’s excellent–and I’ll have to practice standing still in front of a mirror and holding my heads steady. That may be the bigger challenge . . . LOL.

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  5. Pray for my worker from the dog park who sees the doctor this morning — he said “sore is an understatement” with regard to his shoulder, which he thinks could either be dislocated or have a torn rotator cuff ? And I have no idea what my financial liabilities might be in all of this.

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  6. Now Nightingale has strep throat, and my throat is just beginning to feel a little irritated. (Not even enough to complain about, though, so I’m not ready to get it checked out yet.)

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