Prayer & Praise

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  1. Nonnie says:

    Wow… that prayer. Thank you.
    Please pray for my husband’s sister. She is stage 4 and having stomach cancer surgery on Tue. Praying for a successful surgery and that the mass can be removed.
    Lord have mercy.

  2. jlo says:


  3. Anne says:

    Oh, how this encouraged me this morning! “You are the one who turns our jungles of threat into peaceable zones of life;” Just printed out my boarding pass for trip tomorrow behind the Orange Curtain. Covet all your prayers and thoughts, as you all will remain in mine. So grateful for this community!

  4. Linnea says:

    Amen to Brueggeman’s prayer, too.

    Praying, Nonnie….
    Praying for your trip to Narnia, Anne 🙂

  5. Anne and Nonnie, praying here too.

  6. Normally, I wouldn’t ask for prayer re: a headache, as I get them often, but I’ve had one for over 48 hours now. Not as bad as a migraine, but it is a temple pounder, and I just can’t seem to shake it.

  7. jlo says:

    Praying for Anne.

    Praying for Captain Kevin.

  8. Lowly and Broken says:

    praying for you all….

  9. PAL says:

    Heavenly Father, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and David. You alone are worthy to be praised. Your mercy and love are abundant. Your wrath is justice but You spare us from it. We are worthless of Your presence but You are always there. We have nothing to offer You but You offer us eternity. Accept our praise as an admission to our worthlessness and your Holiness and Righteousness. To the Father, Son and Holy Spirit I pray. Amen.

  10. Nonnie says:

    Anne, may you have a blessed time in the OC.
    Kevin, I am praying that you awake this morning and that headache is completely gone.
    Blessings to the Phx Prchr. family.

  11. praying and amening the list above as i do my final packing
    God keep all close in His love and comfort

    p.s. to L and B,’s #8 … God is good at mending, eh? walking with a limp with Him is waay better than running on our own to “we don’t know where” (even if we think we do)

  12. jlo says:

    just checking in on the prayer thread, with the new job, no time to read the others. Praying for the needs tonight. will catch up with the rest over the weekend. God keep.

  13. erunner says:

    My wife was having lunch with a co-worker in a small work room at the school when part of a sandwich lodged in my wife’s throat. At first her friend thought my wife was playing a joke on her when she realized my wife was actually choking. She performed the Heimlich procedure and nothing was happening and my wife was not doing well. Her friend ran to the phone to call for help when the food dislodged and my wife was able to breathe. Her friend saved her life. I am so thankful she didn’t panic and was able to help my wife.

  14. Reuben says:

    E, wow!

  15. erunner says:

    Reuben, it’s odd in the sense that she comes home and was fine and then relates what happened. Thank God she wasn’t alone when it happened.

  16. mk says:

    Hi erunner, so glad your wife is ok…that is scary. Btw, back in my college days, by dad and I traveled to Cincinnati for a wedding…ended up sitting at a table with Dr. Heimlich and his family…very nice people. His oldest son, a completed Jew (is that the proper term?) ended up inviting me to a couple Bible studies which I enjoyed — eventually I understood and received the gospel message a few years later. Anyway, whenever I hear the term “Heimlich maneaver” I smile because it takes me back to a fond memory and time in my life. 🙂

  17. erunner says:

    mk, Thanks for sharing that story. My mother refers to herself as a completed Jew although I’m sure some would not approve of that label! Hope you’re well…

  18. Michael says:

    I have about a week to find a new job…or have one find me.
    Prayers appreciated.

  19. Reuben says:

    How about an exciting career in the Commercial/Industrial HVACR industry?!? You get to spend most of your days in one of two working conditions! On a roof in the snow, or on a roof in the blazing sun! You get a van with piles of heavy tools! You get to rope everything up to roofs by hand! Sometimes you get lucky, and have work in giant freezers in the middle of the summer! Sometimes you get even luckier and have work in huge server rooms in the middle of the winter!

  20. jlo says:

    Michael, praying.

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