Prayer Requests 11-27-18

Anyone have something to share?

Psalm 110

The Lord says to my lord:

  “Sit at my right hand
    until I make your enemies
    a footstool for your feet.”

The Lord will extend your mighty scepter from Zion, saying,
    “Rule in the midst of your enemies!”
Your troops will be willing
    on your day of battle.
   Arrayed in holy splendor,
    your young men will come to you
    like dew from the morning’s womb.

The Lord has sworn
    and will not change his mind:
  “You are a priest forever,
    in the order of Melchizedek.”

The Lord is at your right hand;
    he will crush kings on the day of his wrath.
He will judge the nations, heaping up the dead
    and crushing the rulers of the whole earth.
He will drink from a brook along the way,
    and so he will lift his head high.

10 thoughts on “Prayer Requests 11-27-18

  1. Husband should be home this evening. The infusion went well, he is feeling much much better. He was supposed to talk with the house seller yesterday but she had lost her Norway phone and was desperately searching for it. They will try this afternoon and then he comes home. Thanks for praying. It is good to hear him feeling so much better.

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  2. Interesting, BG has been on my heart the last couple days. Will pray.

    And, even though I was praying for Mike to get to Boise safely, I’m still surprised he traveled those vast distances in such a short amount of time! He deserves a rest–is he getting one, Mumsee?

    I could use some prayers this morning. I’m teaching on Nehemiah 11–which is mostly a list of names. I’ve struggled for two weeks to come up with something and I’d like prayers the Holy Spirit teaches instead of me today. 🙂

    How’s that for spiritually punting?

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  3. Michelle: Good luck on Nehemiah 11. Nehemiah is a good example of a man who had it made in the palace and gave it up to take on a difficult/ almost impossible task. But when it comes to the listing of names, there isn’t much there.
    There are some difficult passages for me in Nehemiah, about putting away wives they have had for a long time. I doubt that God wanted that. But purity of the race was important to them. He did, correctly, point out Solomon’s sin.

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  4. Michelle, we studied Nehemiah not too long ago in our Sunday morning Bible class. One of the ladies asked why that long list of names of people we don’t know, people not mentioned anywhere else in the Bible.

    I liked my friend’s response — that God can and does use seemingly small, insignificant people to advance His Kingdom. They (we) are all important to Him.

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  5. Nightingale surprised me earlier by telling me that Chickadee is coming over for a visit and dinner this afternoon. (She’s currently picking her up.) Please pray for a good visit, with more “bonding” among us. And maybe that Chickadee will even open up some to us, and share some of what is going on with her.

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  6. It went well. Nehemiah 11 is a list of names and we went to the 6Arrows point, as cross-referenced in Zechariah 4:10. I do not know how I’ll handle the putting away wives in Nehemiah 13, Chas. I just don’t know.

    I guess I’ll let the Holy Spirit teach again. He did well today. 🙂

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  7. Michelle: The Bible just tells what they did. There is no indication that God approved of this and Malachi 2:16 indicates that he may not.
    Ruth and Bathsheba were both foreign women to Israel.

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  8. Well, husband may not make it home before he needs to head off to Spokane for the safety training class for truck drivers. The seller wants her son to look over the offer and he wants to sit on it for a few hours. Understandable. These things take time. But the woman wanted it sold by the end of the year which won’t happen if the bank does not get its time to sit on it. Again, asking God to direct the whole process so we are not getting ahead of Him or dragging our feet.

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