Prayer & Praise

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  1. uriahisaliveandwell says:

    Change my heart oh, Lord
    Make it ever new
    Change my heart oh, Go
    May be more like you.
    You are the Potter
    I am the clay.
    Mode me and make me, this is what I pray.

  2. London says:

    I need prayer for a work situation and I don’t know who to talk to about it or what to say if I do talk about it.

  3. London says:


  4. erunner says:

    Relatives of our daughter (husband’s side of family) have a 4 year old son. He has always been much taller than all in his age group. Recently he developed acne and grew pubic hair. Tests show he has the bone density of a 12 year old and a testosterone level that is very high. If left alone he would stop growing in a few years. He will be going on a steroid treatment and his parents are devastated. Please pray for this family.

  5. Michael says:


    praying…that’s hard to even read.

  6. Xenia says:

    Lord, have mercy

  7. erunner says:

    Thank you Michael and Xenia.

  8. jlo says:

    E, Praying.

  9. Erunner, wow…I’ve just been sitting here for a few minutes, thinking to myself, what do you even say in a situation like that? This must be one of those times of groaning that Paul talks about in Romans. Lord…please…have mercy.

  10. Uriahisaliveandwell says:


    If you have insurance through your employer, you may access your EAP benefits, if it is included in the coverage packet. If so, just say you would like to be referred to a therapist who has experience with workplace issues. Since I need to remain anonymous, I’m sorry I cannot be more of assistance to you except to share this with you–having provided such services. You want to say as little as possible to the EAP representative, but shared what you need to with the therapist—. If you are EAP referred by your employer, be cautious as information can be shared which can jeopardize your employment, but if you are self referred, confidentiality is a premium in helping you to sort things out.

  11. prayingformercy says:

    Lord have mercy on Michael in his time of trial. Remind him that you do not take his hurt and worry lightly. He is beloved by many.

    In Jesus’ name I pray. Amen.

  12. Michael says:

    Thank you, prayingformercy.

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