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Sunday Prayer

Captain’s Log, Stardate 07.02.2006

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 e-mail me. If I forgot your prayer request, e-mail me. Not to be mean or anything, but if you don't e-mail me or comment to update your prayer request, I'm only going to pray 3 Sundays.
Lord, thank you for this sunny 4th of July weekend.

I lift up Brenda, Gail, and Bob to you. Cover them all with your strength and grace.

Thank you that Heather’s almost done with her manuscript. Please protect her from any spiritual warfare that might try to stop her.

Please heal Pammer from her hives. I pray for relief for her. Please also give her your grace and strength for everything else.

Help Squirl finish her manuscript. I pray everything is going well.

Bless Dineen’s new graphic design business. Please help her as she finishes her manuscript, and help her not to be distracted.

I pray for justice for Robin and her family soon. Guide her as she works on her new manuscript.

Give Ronie guidance about her writing career, and help her with the other family things intruding on her time.

Please heal Ron’s back completely. Help him with work and writing.

Help Sharon H.’s book continue to sell well. Give her wisdom and encouragement. I pray against any spiritual warfare attacking her. Surround her with your spirit and protect her with your angels.

Give Kelli S. your strength and peace, Lord. Cover her completely. Provide everything she needs, with perfect timing.

I pray for wisdom, energy, strength, and sharp minds for Wendy and Janet.

Help Sarah S.’s sales continue to grow. Continue to open doors for her and give her joy in her new project.

I pray for healing for Gina C.’s son.

Please heal Ruth A.’s friend Roy quickly and smoothly. Give Robbie comfort and encouragement. I pray against the spiritual warfare and conflict at Ruth’s workplace, and ask you to give her strength and calm over it all.

Please be with Cathy W.’s daughter at Youth camp. I pray the trip will be the beginning of a new, exciting relationship between her daughter at your son. Help Cathy to let go and trust you to take care of her.

Please help Malia’s physical therapy to go well. Give her the right PT and give them the wisdom and vision to help heal her knee and her back.

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

Be with Mare’s sister and her daughter.

Cover Pam’s nephew with your grace and protection.

Keep Missy and all the kids safe at DCLA in Washington. I pray they all have a fabulous time. Cover them with your protection and move them with your spirit. Touch the hearts of all the youth going, and steer them into your plans for their lives.

Help Sandra get her books written quickly and before the deadline. Touch each manuscript with your power and your grace.

Please help Myra find their lockbox soon. I pray everything’s okay.

I pray against the spiritual warfare at Glynna’s workplace, and ask you to help her. Give her wisdom and strength and peace.

I pray for physical healing for all the SAYSFers.

I lift up Mary D. and her team, and her family. I pray for unity of purpose and hearts. I pray against the spiritual warfare causing conflict. Lord, give them all grace. Help Mary to have strength and energy. Be her strength.

Help Linda W. with her writing, and protect her from Satan’s lies.

Please provide for Brittanie. Help her to see your love for her, and to cling to that. Help her to channel your love to the people around her, no matter how undeserving.

I pray for love and rest and grace for Lynette S. I lift her up to you.

Please heal Mir from her allergies and tinnitic. Lord, I pray for complete healing for her body and ease from her suffering. Thank you for her love for you that pours out to the people around her. Give her focus to finish her manuscript.

Help Lori K. continue to heal quickly from her surgery.

Thank you for all you’ve done through Gina H. Open doors for her manuscript. Place her with the exact right editor and house.

Protect Paula M. from spiritual warfare. Circle protection around her son. Give her all the strength and love and peace she’ll need.

Help Megan D. to focus on you when she writes and works.

Continue to be with Donna F. in all her projects. Give her joy and peace.

Help Gen with her writing and classes.

Be with Audra S. as she writes and cares for her family.

Lead Mair’s son Kenny out of his wilderness. Give Mair the words she needs to say.

I pray for continued grace and strength for both Angie P. and Pattie. Continue to shower them with your sunshine and joy. I pray for complete healing for Pattie.

Give Dream everything she needs to be a good wife, mother, writer.

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

I pray Angie A. can hear back quickly about her manuscript. Continue to grow her as a writer.

Give Ane’s agent wisdom about her manuscripts, and lead her to the right house.

Be with Soldierdeb’s daughter on her missions trip with Brio to Peru. Help her to feel your peace while traveling, and use her for your honor and your glory.

Thank you that Winter’s biopsy was benign! Please heal her from the ickiness she’s feeling. Please also help dissipate the conflicts in the FRG.

I lift up sarahsermons and pray for healing for her health concerns, especially the vertigo. Please help her to feel better, Lord.

Lord, please heal Gina W.’s poor puppy. Heal the fracture without surgery, quickly and smoothly.

Speak to Sigrun about what you want her to do or not do to heal her family rift. Help her to seek you and feel your joy, and give it to others.

Help Diana D.’s ankle to heal quickly and completely. Continue to teach her about your love, and how to share it with others.

Please heal Mama Rose’s daughter completely.

Continue to use Connie S. as your light. Give her strength and comfort.

I pray for justice for Kristin B. and for continued good health.

I pray for love for my friends married to non-believers.

Give release to your persecuted church.

Thank you for the critiquing jobs you’ve given to me. I pray my customers are very satisfied. Please continue to provide jobs for me, but more than that, help me to trust you in all things. Be with me as I write my book and judge the Lone Star contest.

Lord, you are holy. Amen.


thanks for the prayers, girl! I so appreciate them and YOU.

Love you! Praying for you too!
Catherine West said…
May He bless you and keep you.

You are a faithful servent and I feel blessed to know you.
Of course it will be even better to actually meet you in person! time is flying!!
Anonymous said…
Hi Camy,
It means a lot to know someone is praying for me. I thought I'd give an update. Amber is doing awesome. I think part of my problem is anemia, so I've begun taking iron to see if it helps.
As far as prayer, I'd like to modify my request. My husband has begun really searching for who God is and he's working hard on building stronger relationships as a family. I'd like prayer for God to really open Bob's eyes (and all of ours) to His truth and have it penetrate deep in his heart and lead to a close, intimate relationship with the Lord.
Thanks for praying! I know God is blessing you for blessing others.

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