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Sunday prayer for my comrades

Captain's Log, Stardate 12.18.2005

Thanks to Mir for the coolio new word.

Anybody have prayer requests? Leave them 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.

I did the worship set for my youth group last night and today my knee is throbbing, although it might be a combination of the standing last night and the torrential rains today. We're making Christmas presents today, too, so hopefully that will go well.

Lord God, thank you for today and this week of our lives. Thank you for the breath and life to praise you. Thank you for the fellowship of sharing in Christ's suffering that brings us closer to you

Be with Cheryl in India. Please continue to use her and the team for your glory, and protect her family while she's gone.

Be with Heather in her writing projects. Please help her to fight the spiritual warfare taking a crack at her abilities.

Please keep Pammer's car in working condition. Please also heal her tooth so it doesn't cause her discomfort.

Continue to be with Jules, and we pray the lumps are benign. (Pammer, do you have an update on her?)

Thank you for Robin's request for a full, and please continue to bless her writing. Please send Emily a Protector.

Help Gail continue to heal quickly and smoothly from surgery. Also be with her daughter Brenda during her chemotherapy sessions and recovery.

Please heal Dineen's jaw and continue to help her to write for you, without being discouraged or distracted by this season.

Please help Mir get over her writing hump, and heal her ears and left eye with the powerful touch of your hand. Give her energy during this time.

Continue to cover Paula with your wondrous hand as she writes. I pray her book proposal went out in perfect shape.

Help Mimi's book to fall into the right hands, and guide her husband to the ministry you desire for him.

Help Donna's next book be all yours, Lord.

I pray you will provide for Ronie and her family.

Please help Megan be productive with her time, and confident in your direction of her writing. Give her your affirmation, Lord, and provide her with a special crit partner.

Give Janice your peace during this time, and please provide for her and her girls.

Please continue to help me heal, and help me to rely on your strength for my discipline.

Cover us with your peace, Lord. Amen.


Thank you hunny. I so appreciate your prayers.

Praying for you
Mirtika said…
I think it's beyond cool that you're up to praying for us every Sunday. I like being prayed for. Can't get enough of that praying stuff!

Unknown said…
Camy, you're such a class act. I'll be praying for your knee and your upcoming contract!
Thank you, Camy-girl. You're awesome! Love and so appreciate you and your prayers.
Unknown said…
This is cool. You may need a whole new blog site--"Blog-a-prayer." Pray for me, because I'm a male Christian writer surrounded by female Christian writers (though all are online).

Here's a praise. My LOGOs kids (Wed. night program) were AWESOME in their two play performances Sunday morning. Sometimes I think it's actually worth the headaches.
Pammer said…
Update on Jules? She hurt her leg and at work the other day the chair they gave her to sit on (since she is on crutches and standing for ten hours is out of the question) dumped her and she sprained her wrists and shoulder to go with her banged up leg. They put her on partial disability and so that means she will go without pay for three days AND not get her holiday pay (she's worked here for about fifteen or more years)! Her hubby is also on diability due to a back surgery, so she is feeling a little down. Please pray for her.

You are such a doll.

I got my book today. Thank you!
Unknown said…
How's your leg, girlie? I'm still praying for you!

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