Prayer Requests 10-16-18

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Psalm 67

May God be gracious to us and bless us
    and make his face shine on us—
so that your ways may be known on earth,
    your salvation among all nations.

May the peoples praise you, God;
    may all the peoples praise you.
May the nations be glad and sing for joy,
    for you rule the peoples with equity
    and guide the nations of the earth.
May the peoples praise you, God;
    may all the peoples praise you.

The land yields its harvest;
    God, our God, blesses us.
May God bless us still,
    so that all the ends of the earth will fear him.

5 thoughts on “Prayer Requests 10-16-18

  1. I am feeling emotionally drained and unappreciated. It was all I could do not to cry on the way to Pensacola today. Pretty much my “love” bank and “emotional” bank is overdrawn.

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  2. Prayers, Kim.

    Please pray for my SIL, Dorothy. She had an aneurysm this morning. She needs the Lord. She uses the name Jesus, often, but she does not know the truth and actively teaches falsehoods about who God really is. She is a loving ,kind and well meaning person who is very deceived. She is having surgery and lives far away from us. Thanks.

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  3. Prayers.

    Kim, check out a book called “Refresh” by Shona (a Christian & family physician, mom of 5) & her husband, David Murray, a pastor & seminary professor. I’m reading it now, it’s aimed at women. Published by Crossway (one of the publishing houses I trust the most when it comes to well-grounded Christian books).

    From the Intro: “Overwhelmed. Exhausted. Depressed. Panicky. Stressed. Burned out. Broken. Paralyzed. Drowning. Empty. Recognize yourself in any of these words? Maybe in all of them? You’re not alone. These are the most common words I’ve heard Christian women using to describe themselves and their lives. Whatever happened to the words peaceful, calm, joyful, content, quiet, rested, refreshed and fulfilled? … Sometimes you want to run away, don’t you? Or curl up in a ball and hide under the covers. Or jam your fingers in your ears and silence the clamor. …”

    After the 2+ years I’ve spent immersed with this house, with all the physical and mental upheaval that went along with that, on top of all the rapid unraveling of my career and work place with massive layoffs and the painful loss of some longtime colleagues just in the course of the past year, I could relate …

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