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Sunday Prayer

Captain’s Log, Stardate 02.05.2006

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 you don’t see yourself and you want to, email me or leave a comment. 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.

Lord, in your wisdom, give us light. You are God of all the earth.

Lord, please give Heather wisdom about whether she should get a new computer. I pray everything works out for her. Thank you for healing her from her cold.

Please be with Pammer and help her to overcome her fear and doubts. Give her strength so that she will no longer be paralyzed by them. Please help her to finish her rewrites by the end of February. Be with Jules, also, and heal her.

Please heal Squirl. Give the doctors wisdom to know how to treat her, and I pray the surgery can be scheduled quickly.

Lord, I pray the SW series will be picked up, although we bow to your will.

Please be with Dineen in her writing. Help her to write efficiently and quickly, let the words just fly out of her. Give her everything she needs for her manuscript.

Cover Robin with your peace, Lord, and help her to continue to write for you.

Bless Ronie’s writing and help her as she juggles homeschooling, classes and writing.

Help Ron as he works on his manuscript, give him everything he needs.

Father, bless Marilyn as she goes to the CLASS workshop tomorrow. I pray for safe and smooth travel. Thank you for showing her what you desire for her writing.

Father, please ease Mir’s pain and discomfort from her teeth and gums. Give her energy this week, too. I lift up her nephew Kiko and pray his heart problems aren’t serious.

Help Sharon in her writing—give her wisdom, grace, affirmation, strength.

Give Charise direction and guidance in her job search.

Please continue to help Amber to heal.

Be with Gina and help her to know your will for her. Help her as she waits for responses, and direct her to the agent you want for her.

Continue to be with Crystal and give her affirmation in her writing.

Please help MaryG’s daughter’s eye heal quickly.

Help Paula to continue to lean on you. Give her wisdom to prioritize and a heart able to relinquish it all to you.

I pray you are continuing to guide Megan in all her decisions, and leading her where you want her to go.

Please heal Lori’s knee quickly and smoothly. Give wisdom and skill to her doctors.

Lord, please heal Darlene’s rash quickly. Please ease her discomfort while she has it.

Keep your hand over Donna’s heart as she writes.

Please continue to help Gail heal quickly, and be with Brenda through her chemo treatments.

Help Heather G. to find peace, hope and love in you alone.

I pray you will heal Malia’s knee without the need for surgery. Please work everything out with her insurance, too.

Please be with Darlene’s friend Val and her daughter. Help them to know what to do so that her daughter can find wholeness in you. Cover them both.

Be with Mok in her work, her writing, and her career direction. Be with her as she waits for the March 1st crossover date.

Help Angie during this tax season and continue to help her be smoke-free. I pray for your powerful healing for Pattie, both in body and in spirit. Encourage her as only you can, Lord.

Lead and guide LaShaunda as she starts to send her stuff out.

Father, thank you so much for Christina and all you are doing in her and through her in Japan. Please empower her to reach out to others for your glory. Be with her and give her confidence at her open class in March.

Continue to keep Audra in good health, and I pray for a smooth delivery.

Continue to bless Margo’s Bible study and speak to each of the women about who they are in you.

Prepare Lynette for Mt. Hermon and give her wisdom and energy for her new projects.

Please continue to help Tiff in her new job, and be leading her as she writes.

Father, thank you for Tina’s request from that publishing house. Please help her as she prepares her house for sale, and anoint her manuscript as she adds words and revises.

Father, I lift up Missy to you and ask you to hold her close. Lead her and guide her in what she needs to do. Give her strength for what you ask of her, and assurance of your presence with her. Please provide for her family and her writing.

Father, please heal Dream from this icky cold and help her in all the things she needs to do with work and writing and family. Give her strength and energy and assurance that you got her back.

Our holy and loving Father, I lift up Mariah to you. Thank you for bringing her to Ruthy's church. She is in so much pain, Lord. Please touch her and hold her and heal her. God, help her to realize that she can fall completely in your arms and find forgiveness, strength, peace, and a brand new start. Lord God, please keep your hand over her and bring her out of the bad situations she's in. Rescue this beautiful daughter, Lord. Thank you for loving her so much.

Lord, I lift up my friends married to non-believers. We pray for their salvation, and I ask for hope for them this week.

Lord, bless your persecuted church, give them power and strength.

Please continue to help me heal from surgery, Lord. Please also help me to be more disciplined in all aspects of my life.

Holy God, we are your people and we praise you. Amen.


Photography said…
very inspiring. thanks and God bless
Unknown said…
Amen, Amen, and AMEN, girl!
Malia Spencer said…
Amen and thank you for the prayers! I had a little time this morning so I was checking out blogs earlier than usual. I really felt that and it belssed me. Thank you Camy!
Lynette Sowell said…
Amen to all those, Camy. :)

And how sweet of you to remember me in prayer, and I didn't even ask--thank you! ~~ :)
Like a breath of fresh air. Thanks girl. God is hearing those prayers. I did 20K in ten days. That's not me. So cool. Thank you!

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