Sunday, May 21, 2006

Sunday Prayer

Captain's Log, Stardate 05.21.2006

Leave any prayer requests in the comments and I’ll be praying this week. You don’t have to be Christian to leave a prayer request. If you’d rather not advertise to everyone on the blogosphere, just leave an unspoken prayer request or email me. If I forgot your prayer request, email me. Not to be mean or anything, but if you don't email me or comment to update your prayer request, I'm only going to pray 3 Sundays.

Thank you, Lord, for being with us this week.

Please comfort and encourage all those who are grieving, Lord.

Help Heather with her work, her writing, and her prayer life. Help her to make her June 1st deadline.

Heal Pammer’s various sickies and hurts. Help her with her writing, help her to do what you desire from her life.

I pray for complete success of Squirl’s surgery, and easy, smooth, quick healing. Please also be with her now as she writes her new ms.

Help Dineen with her writing, to know her story and characters. Help her not be bogged down by details or distracted. Help her to keep plugging away.

I pray for justice for Robin and her family. I also pray she will get a contract soon. Thank you for this new avenue open to her.

Lift Ronie into your arms. Give her everything she needs. Cover her with yoru strength and peace.

Help Ron with his time management.

Please be with Sharon H. and give her inspiration, energy, and guidance for her new project. I pray you will guide her book into the hands of people whom you want to bless. Open doors for her writing, and continue to guide and mold her after you.

I lift Kelli S. into your arms. Give her strength and hope. I pray for reconciliation, for your peace upon her. Cover her with your mantle of protection and warm her with the heat of your love for her.

Be with Sarah S. as she waits. Thank you for the many projects on her stovetop. I pray they all pan out successfully. Keep her spirits up and continue to guide her in her writing.

Please give Mir relief from the tinnitic, allergies and other health problems. Also be with her as she finishes up her proposal for Warner Faith.

Help Lori K.’s recovery continue to go smoothly and quickly.

Help Gina H. in her writing projects.

Please convict Paula M.’s family’s client to pay his overdue bill. Continue to protect them and give them strength and faith.

Help Megan D. this week in her work and her writing. Stir her creative juices.

I pray for complete healing for Malia’s knee and back, and that everything with her insurance will work out smoothly.

Be with Donna F. this weekend at the conference, and give her a time of both refreshing and direction.

Be with Mok in her classes, for her exam, and in her various writing projects.

Be with Audra S. and her new baby, and help her to find time for her writing again.

Lord, cover RagamuffinDiva this week with your grace and love.

Be with Angie in her life and also in her writing, and I pray for healing for Pattie.

Help Lynette keep plugging away at her writing.

Cover Tiff with your grace and peace, and help her with all the things on her plate right now. Shower her with your love and affirmation.

Be with Janet during this rough time. Open her heart to your grace and peace.

Please help Tina, Mary C., Myra, Pam, Cheryl and Ruthy hear back soon about their manuscripts.

Thank you that Myra’s move went smoothly.

Give Missy strength and energy for her new job. Thank you for providing it for her.

Continue to pursue Mariah.

Please be with Pam’s nephew. Hold him in your arms. Let him know you’re there.

Take care of Carolyn, her family, and their housing stresses.

Please be with Glynna and her work situation. Give her rest and peace, and break Satan’s hold on the people making problems.

I pray for physical healing for all the SAYSFers.

Continue to watch over Dream, and help her with her writing.

I lift up Judy G. and thank you for her gentle servant’s heart. I pray for the right publisher for her book.

Please be with Louise G. and enfold her family with your grace.

Help Katie’s brother continue to heal from shoulder surgery.

Give Angie A. strength, energy, and time to rest.

Help Eileen’s move go smoothly.

Help Ane M. know your will for her writing, and continue to bless her writing time.

Help Becky M. lift you up in her writing.

Continue to sustain Winter in all things. Give her wisdom and strength.

Continue to lead and guide Cathy in her writing.

Please heal Sigrun’s arm and shoulder problems. I pray for healing and ease from the pain, Lord.

Give LaShaunda wisdom and strength for all her submissions.

Be with Ruth A. at work, please ease tensions and give her the strength and peace to ride above it all.

Please heal Diana D.’s ankle completely, and help her to continue to see your love. Help her to show your love to everyone around her.

Please continue to heal Rose’s daughter.

Lord, continue to keep your arms around Connie S. Give her your strength and reminders of your love.

Encourage and give help to my friends married to non-believers this week.

I pray for strength for your persecuted church.

Thank you for my friends’ faithful prayers for me! Thank you for helping me finish my manuscript. Please be with me as I finish this marketing info page and turn this ms over to crit partners. Please give me discipline.

Be with all of us in little ways this week, Lord.

3 comments :

  1. Thank you, Prayer Warrior.

    I've been going back having a look at the blogs I missed. The arm is still not good but not as bad as it was. I've been trying not to type too much and that's why I skip the blogs. If I read them, I have the urge to comment.

    I finally saw the one with your grandma and you. Both of you look beatiful. How wonderful for you that you could wear something antique and so meaningful for your wedding. Is that all embroidered or appliqué? You look radiant on a wonderful day. And your grandma's red dress is wonderful on her. I love red too. Can't wear pastels because I look totally washed out in them.

    I'm praying that you'll get your ms. back and that it won't need many revisions. I'm really eager to see your book. God bless you and prepare the hearts of the readers so that they will get God's message to them through your words.

    And thanks for your faithful prayers. I always go through the list prayerfully as I read all the woes and thanks. It's terrible when people don't pay their bills or have some other sort of injustice done to them.

    As a mother wrote on another blog: how do you explain to your third-grader why she gets punished for doing something she didn't do while another child does that and doesn't get punished?

    I guess we all have to learn early there is no real justice in the world. The little girl got physically ill. And if you think of all the problems in the world, I feel ill too. That's one reason I'm not upset about not having my TV connected.

    Except for missing 24. Well, as long as my friend taped them all for me, I can still watch it.

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  2. Your own work is the worst to proofread. Of course I meant that you and your grandma look "beautiful".

    I can see other inconsistencies there. I think I'm still not fully awake and the kid upstairs is running a race or something. Not conducive to freedom from stress and mistake-free writing.

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