Prayer Requests 11-11-20

It’s Wednesday, so don’t forget Ajissun and the folks in The Gambia.

Anyone else?

Psalm 93

The Lord reigns, he is robed in majesty;
    the Lord is robed in majesty and armed with strength;
    indeed, the world is established, firm and secure.
Your throne was established long ago;
    you are from all eternity.

The seas have lifted up, Lord,
    the seas have lifted up their voice;
    the seas have lifted up their pounding waves.
Mightier than the thunder of the great waters,
    mightier than the breakers of the sea—
    the Lord on high is mighty.

Your statutes, Lord, stand firm;
    holiness adorns your house
    for endless days.

20 thoughts on “Prayer Requests 11-11-20

  1. Thank you for keeping my mom in your prayers. A priest came and gave her communion. She was able to connect by phone with several relatives. Then after 22 hours of sleep, she perked up and could walk again. She insisted she wanted to go to visit with her brother, which is several hours away. They had a place rented already, so decided to take her. Seems to be right in the mess of all that storm in Florida. Pray for wisdom for my sister and all that my mom needs right now.

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  2. I could use some prayer here. I’m bargaining with God, laying out my legal explanation, and trying to convince Him to do something.

    I know that’s wrong, so I’m struggling to reject the attitude–but I’m in pain and can’t seem to ease it. 😦

    So, I’m house cleaning instead. And asking for prayer. Thank you.

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  3. Lifting your Mom up in prayer Kathaleena. I trust the Lord will give wisdom and protection ❤️
    Praying our Lord to calm your heart and bring relief Michelle ❤️
    And continuing to lift up before Him the state of our nation…He knows and I trust and believe He will make a way for His children….keeping our eyes upon Him…..

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  4. Praying, Janice, Kathaleena, Michelle, Kare.

    The number of covid cases among staff at our church and its school has led to the decision to cancel in-person worship this weekend and in-person school instruction until after Thanksgiving. There will be a live-streamed worship option available, as has been the case even pre-covid, so that is a blessing. Prayers appreciated for those infected. Thanks.

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  5. My friend Shirley drove to the ER this morning and I just had a text from her saying they’re admitting her, she has low potassium and high calcium levels.

    Pray there is nothing serious such as cancer behind any of this (those symptoms seem to sometimes be linked to that); she had a bout with breast cancer about a year or two ago but it was Stage 1 and they were able to do a lumpectomy and radiation followup.

    She also has Crohn’s disease and low bone density, along with the COPD, so just kind of a lot of issues considering she’s not that old.

    I’m not ready to lose more friends 😦 I lost one in the neighborhood to cancer a few years ago, she was in her early 60s and I’ve found lately I really miss her, even though we had drifted a bit and hadn’t been hanging out as much as we did when we both first moved into this neighborhood and met on a morning dog walk; and Carol remains in a pretty precarious state I’m afraid.

    6Arrows, I think I may opt back into virtual church for the time being, our numbers here are getting scary again and while everyone’s careful at the outdoor service, it does draw quite a few people and it’s just hard not to hang out and chat a big afterwards, you know?

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  6. DJ, yeah, I know what you mean. And though we worship in the building and are well spaced apart from others, it is nice to talk with people after the service. Trouble is, a fair number of people ditch their masks as soon as they step outside, then stand around close to the entrance/exit doors, very close to the people they’re talking to, and likewise to those who are still exiting the building.

    Maybe some of that behavior will cease with the colder weather coming…

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  7. My friend Shirley is in a rehab now for 14 days, mainly to deal with the lungs. She has her housekeeper helping with feeding her many cats as she already has a key and lives very close, they’re both in mobile home parks, but I said I’d be available if she needs something.

    Thanks for the prayers, I’m hoping she feels better soon and can maybe even get out of there sooner than expected.

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  8. DJ – I hope you don’t mind me saying that I think it is funny that someone who lives in a mobile home has a housekeeper. 🙂 (I realize there must be a reason, but it still makes me chuckle.)

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  9. Kizzie, I realized that might sound odd when I typed it out. LOL

    Friend has a lot of money, an inheritance, she’s beyond a millionaire, but has always lived in this mobile home park, likes it that there are no children allowed, only older people.

    Actually, a lot of people I know now have housekeeping done for them, maybe just twice a month, but someone who comes in for the big stuff. I don’t think it’s unusual anymore, even for middle/working class. Might also be a result of women regularly now working full time outside the home.

    Meanwhile, I had a call from Carol’s facility who told me she was taken to the hospital at around 6 p.m. tonight for nausea, vomiting, not eating. No surprise there, I called her cell but it went to voicemail so i’ll try to catch up with her tomorrow and also will put a call in to her doctor.

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