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Psalm 103:2-3

Psalm 103:2-3 Dear Lord, Thank you, Lord, for all you’ve done for me. Don’t let me forget that you are always blessing me whether I notice it or not. Thank you for forgiving my sins, and thank you for healing me. I trust you and love you, Lord. Amen 詩篇103:2-3 親愛なる主よ、 主よ、あなたが私のためにしてくださったすべてのことに感謝します。私が気づこうが気づくまいが、あなたはいつも私を祝福してくださっていることを、私に忘れさせないでください。私の罪を赦し、癒してくださってありがとうございます。主よ、あなたを信じ、あなたを愛します。 アーメン

Sunday Prayer

Captain’s Log, Supplemental

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 today.

Thank you for all the exciting changes happening in my friends’ lives. Walk with each of them and pave their paths.

I pray for favor with Case with his sentencing judge. Please provide for the family and help them to stay strong in you. Help Robin continue to write for you.

Thank you for speaking to Heather about these new directions in her life. Please provide more income for her and smooth her move.

I pray for wisdom for Pammer’s doctors about her meds and that you’ll heal her and help her. I pray against the spiritual warfare on her family and ask for strength, wisdom, and peace for her.

Knit Cheryl’s bones together and help her heal completely and quickly. Help her with her writing.

I pray for healing for Dineen’s daughter and wisdom for the doctors.

Thank you for helping Ronie with her midterm. Give her wisdom in her writing career. I pray Brian will pass his test.

Be with Ron in his new responsibilities and heal his back completely.

Help Sharon H. right now with her fatigue and other symptoms. Please heal her quickly and help her body to adjust. Give her relief. Thank you for being with her in all her writing.

I pray for peace and wisdom for Kelli S.

Thank you for all the great opportunities you’ve done for Sarah S. Please continue to work in her life and open doors.

I pray for healing for Gina C.’s son.

Protect ChristianFictionQueen from spiritual warfare at her workplace, help her and provide for her.

I pray for complete healing of Malia’s back and knee. Be with her in her writing.

Please help Vicki G. financially and heal Mr. G completely.

Help Audra S.’s husband quit smoking and help Audra have the energy and motivation to get her work done.

Help all the SAYSFers hear back soon about their manuscript submissions. I also pray for physical healing and health for them all.

I pray for complete healing and health for Mary C.’s niece’s baby.

Please heal Pam H.’s friend Peggy.

Thank you for leading and guiding Dream in her work and family. Bless her family and her writing.

Thank you that Narelle’s move went well. Help her son continue to adjust and help her with her work.

Please provide a safe, smooth move/transition for Mary D. and her family. Give them wisdom, rest, and refreshment.

Continue to help Tricia G. in all her projects.

Continue to help Lily stay strong and grow in you. Give her grace and peace.

I pray for the right publisher for Judy G.’s work, and that you will continue to lead her in her writing.

Help Brittanie at work, in her schoolwork, and in all aspects of her life to depend on you and fill herself with your love.

Help Diana D.’s ankle heal completely and quickly and help her to continue to feel your love and spread it to everyone around her.

Help Sigrun with her aches and pains, and continue to speak to her to help her to grow ever more in you.

Help Pajamamama find the friends and community she needs. Continue to work in her life and orchestrate everything.

Heal Mir from her allergies and tinnitic, and help her finish her manuscript.

I pray for a good contract and the right editor for Gina H. and her manuscript.

Help Ane in her writing and I pray for the right house and timing for her.

Help Rachelle in her writing and her work.

Provide for Paula M. and shower her with blessings. Protect her family from spiritual warfare.

Help Megan D. in her writing and her work.

Continue to bless Donna F. and all she does. Help her to know your will and follow you.

I pray for refreshment for Mair and your will and guidance for her writing.

I pray for your strength, grace, and blessings on Angie P. and Pattie. I pray for healing for Pattie.

Thank you that Synner’s dad’s tumors are shrinking. Please continue to heal him so he can be cancer free.

Please be with beatccr, please help her through this really tough situation right now.

Thank you so much that Mama Rose’s daughter’s tests were clear! I pray the cancer doesn’t reappear.

Continue to work in Angie B.’s writing and her family life. Give her wisdom and joy in all she does.

I lift up Patricia W.’s friend Crystal and her two children. Please continue to watch over them.

Continue to help Georgiana D. in her writing and her family.

Please heal Jeanne D.’s daughter Grace from her RA if that’s your will. Give wisdom and strength to the family.

I pray for complete healing for Katie H.’s brother’s shoulder.

I pray for a smooth, safe pregnancy for Gina W. and for wisdom in her writing.

Be with Angie A. in all her writing and family decisions.

Lift up Winter in your love and blessings.

I pray for complete healing for SarahSermon’s mom.

Help LaShaunda in her pregnancy and I pray for your blessings on her writing.

Help Connie S. to serve you and bless others.

Be with Heather and Emma Grace and give them both strength and peace.

Help Cathy W. in all her writing and family troubles. Give her peace and rest.

Give strength to my friends married to non-believers.

Give grace to your persecuted church.

Please heal me from this cough and help me to finish my manuscript on time.

Come, Lord Jesus. Amen.

Comments

Ronie Kendig said…
Thank you very much, Camy! Praying for you and yours. Love ya!
Unknown said…
Thanks, girl. Know that I'm praying for you daily! :)
Anonymous said…
You are so precious! Thank you for your prayers! God bless you, Camy!
Thank you for your prayers, Camy. You know I love them!

Praying for you too!

Love you!

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