Prayer Requests 1-29-22

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Psalm 9

A psalm of David.

I will give thanks to you, Lord, with all my heart;
    I will tell of all your wonderful deeds.
I will be glad and rejoice in you;
    I will sing the praises of your name, O Most High.

My enemies turn back;
    they stumble and perish before you.
For you have upheld my right and my cause,
    sitting enthroned as the righteous judge.
You have rebuked the nations and destroyed the wicked;
    you have blotted out their name for ever and ever.
Endless ruin has overtaken my enemies,
    you have uprooted their cities;
    even the memory of them has perished.

The Lord reigns forever;
    he has established his throne for judgment.
He rules the world in righteousness
    and judges the peoples with equity.
The Lord is a refuge for the oppressed,
    a stronghold in times of trouble.
10 Those who know your name trust in you,
    for you, Lord, have never forsaken those who seek you.

11 Sing the praises of the Lord, enthroned in Zion;
    proclaim among the nations what he has done.
12 For he who avenges blood remembers;
    he does not ignore the cries of the afflicted.

13 Lord, see how my enemies persecute me!
    Have mercy and lift me up from the gates of death,
14 that I may declare your praises
    in the gates of Daughter Zion,
    and there rejoice in your salvation.

15 The nations have fallen into the pit they have dug;
    their feet are caught in the net they have hidden.
16 The Lord is known by his acts of justice;
    the wicked are ensnared by the work of their hands.
17 The wicked go down to the realm of the dead,
    all the nations that forget God.
18 But God will never forget the needy;
    the hope of the afflicted will never perish.

19 Arise, Lord, do not let mortals triumph;
    let the nations be judged in your presence.
20 Strike them with terror, Lord;
    let the nations know they are only mortal.

 

14 thoughts on “Prayer Requests 1-29-22

  1. Daughter had a great day for driving up and should when going home. Today will be a sad day for her, her friends and the family of those of the woman who passed away. There will only be a woke today. The funeral mass etc. will be put off until spring or summer. Praying their minds and hearts will be drawn upward and they will all make sure they know the Lord.

    Please pray for a young friend, Arthur, to get the help he needs, too, for mental issues.

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  2. Prayer here as I just cleared out fourteen and fifteen’s rooms. They have been unable to keep them clean so my theory is to remove a bunch of stuff and start over. I found a lot of girls in boy’s rooms, which is good in the sense that he is interested. Bad in the sense he has no proper respect for girls. And reams of papers he has written. Great that he is able to write and write legibly and close enough in spelling to read. But the stories all involve intimate relations between male and female or animals and female. Not good. Wisdom. Patience. Hearing ears. Thanks.
    Also found a lot of items that appear to have been shoplifted. Wisdom. Patience. Hearing ears. Thanks.

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  3. Father, I thank you for Mumsee’s life and her commitment to you and your work. Your word assures us that you are ready to give your assistance to your people who ask. We ask you to give Mumsee ears to hear and patience and your wisdom. Let your Holy Spirit lead and guide her as she leads and guides these children you have given her. Also bless her with inner peace and joy—the peace and joy that is inexplicable in her circumstances. You are the one who gives all good things, and we choose to put our trust in you–in all things, in all ways. In the name of Jesus our Savior we ask it, Amen.

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  4. Although the snow started late last night, it did not get heavy until during the day today, so Nightingale did not have to snow-blow the lane, allowing her to sleep a little later than she had planned. (And we still have our power, at least so far, for which I am grateful.)

    *******
    My friend J passed away this morning in a nursing home. (You may remember that he had a fast-developing dementia, and had become combative with his wife, which is why she finally had to put him in a nursing home not too long ago.) He was only 72, and was a good man, and he and his wife JoAnn have been good friends.

    They are the couple who would drive me home from church after Hubby died (and I sat with them during the service). J would always get out of the van to open my door and help me out if I needed it, and give me a hug. He often would tell me “We love you.”

    Please pray for his wife JoAnn, their two daughters, and their grandson and granddaughter. (Their younger daughter does not yet know the Lord, so please pray that this will draw her to Him.)

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  5. I’m so sorry, Kizzie — and 72 is young. Prayers for JoAnn in her loss as well as the children and grandchildren.

    mumsee, amen to Debra’s prayer. We don’t know how you do it, frankly, but it surely is a unique calling you’ve been faithful to hear and follow.

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  6. Oh, so much here to lift to the Lord🙏

    This morning I was on the phone praying with someone whose sibling called her to tell that his 23 y/o grandson was shot and killed in downtown Atlanta out beside a bar. I had seen the news coverage on Fox early but had no idea I would later pray with a relative. And so many are having Covid around here!

    Please keep praying for Art to have provision for his needs at the office. Thank you to the Wandering Prayer Warriors.

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  7. Kizzie I am so sad to hear of your friend passing. Praying for JoAnn and her family.

    And asking the Lord to touch Arthur…that he might find his way…into the gentle care of the Lord….

    So sad about the young man Janice. Thankful you were there for the grandmother…Asking the Lord to provide all that is needed for Art and his work…and that he might find rest in the Lord during the most stressful times of this tax season!

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