Prayer Requests 7-20-20

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Psalm 142

I cry aloud to the Lord;
    I lift up my voice to the Lord for mercy.
I pour out before him my complaint;
    before him I tell my trouble.

When my spirit grows faint within me,
    it is you who watch over my way.
   In the path where I walk
    people have hidden a snare for me.
Look and see, there is no one at my right hand;
    no one is concerned for me.
   I have no refuge;
    no one cares for my life.

I cry to you, Lord;
    I say, “You are my refuge,
    my portion in the land of the living.”

Listen to my cry,
    for I am in desperate need;
   rescue me from those who pursue me,
    for they are too strong for me.
Set me free from my prison,
    that I may praise your name.
   Then the righteous will gather about me
    because of your goodness to me.

9 thoughts on “Prayer Requests 7-20-20

  1. Hello Wanderers! This is Ann,. I need prayers, please. I am not physically ill, but am struggling nonetheless. It would give me great comfort to know I’m being lifted up in prayer by y’all. Thanks

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  2. Heavenly Father,
    I lift up Ann to You Who sees all and knows all about her struggles. Thank You for never leaving her alone though sometimes the wait for answers can seem so long. Please build her faith as she waits on Your best answer. Thank You for seeing her and her family though the horrid Covid days and nights with her raging fevers. I pray for quick resolution of her concerns if possible with complete relief from the trouble Ann feels now. Please let her realize a lightning of her burden as Jesus takes the weight of it off of her. Please keep her family in complete safety and may each family member grow closer to Jesus and Your Way daily. I pray You will break down any miscommunication and settle differences in a good and peaceful manner. Thank You, Abba, for what You are working on today to make better Ann’s life situation. I lift up the other Wanderets here in like manner to You for blessing through any difficulties including myself. I pray we each would have greater recognition of the joy of our salvation despite how covid isolation may put us on the edge of despair. May our joy, peace, love, and hope spill over to bless others. In Jesus’ name, I pray, Amen
    J.G.

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  3. I talked to my oldest brother yesterday, since I didn’t reach him on his birthday a few days ago. My sister didn’t get to the family reunion in June (avoiding our younger brother, who is even higher on her “naughty list” than I am), so she and her four kids at home all drove there last week to see him and his wife. He told me my sister lost a good friend during her visit with them. She was in the ocean and got caught in an undertow; though she was rescued by helicopter, she died the next day. If I heard the timing correctly, her youngest daughter is getting married later this week. So, even though you don’t know any of the parties involved, if you think about it, pray for Amy’s family.

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  4. My Aunt Barbara (my late dad’s younger sister) has died, at 83. She had been suffering from Multiple Sclerosis more than 40 years, and had been wheelchair-bound for the past several years (maybe even a decade or more). But she had such an honest, even peaceful smile.

    I am not sure that she was saved, although there was something she wrote in a Christmas card many years ago that sure sounded like it. (The family is Catholic.) Please pray for comfort and salvation for her family – four sons and a daughter, several grandchildren (I’m not sure if she had any great-grandchildren), as well as her husband of 65 or 66 years, who took such good care of her.

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  5. Kizzie, sorry for your loss. I only have one uncle left and he’s 90 (far older than any of my other uncles or aunts or parents lived to be), and I have some sense of what it will be to lose him.

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