A call for Prayer

This time, not for me, but for others. I have such a long list right now, people that I am praying for, but if I can pray for you, please leave a comment below. Marsha shared how she lost a coworker while they were on their video meeting. How devastating. Please pray for her and the coworker’s family if you can.

Our friend is having her pancreas removed tomorrow, and her grandmother passed away Tuesday. Her surgery will require a lengthy hospital stay, so I don’t know if she will even be able to attend the funeral. How heartbreaking.

I know there are situations much more dire than ours, in fact my cousin is suffering from Lou Gehrig’s disease, so you know his family is in my prayers daily.

Since I am already praying, let me add your needs to my list. If you don’t want to share them publicly, just ask for prayer, no specifics needed. God knows what you have requested prayer for, I don’t need to know.

I have been knitting and sewing, and trying to stay Focused. Wow, when I chose that word for 2021 I never realized how challenging it would be to live it. I asked my sister if I could have a Raincheck on 2021, LOL! Keep smiling my dears, it’s so necessary for our psyches!

18 thoughts on “A call for Prayer

  1. You can add me as I think of you Chris.
    Pray for our country. Pray for Susan who is in a waiting period for a biopsy.
    Pray for those who are depressed. Pray for Israel .

    I just ask God to take care of us and our Country and all who are suffering with depression from the last 15 months.

    I do hope all you have mention are healed and given comfort in their time of loss and health issues by God.

  2. Oh, Chris! My heart goes out to Marsha. I can’t even imagine. And your friend who lost her grandmother but is about to have surgery. I’ll add them all to my prayers. {{hugs}} R

  3. I will certainly be praying for you and your extended circle of loved ones.
    lease pray for my first grandson(19yo) who goes for cochlear implant surgery next Thursday…

  4. Keeping you all in my prayers! I have a brother-in-law with Lou Gehrig’s so I understand the worry that goes with watching them deteriorate gradually.

  5. It really makes me stop and think when I read about the troubles of others. I will pray for your friend and her surgery and heartbreak. Continuing to pray for your family too.

    1. I am always given pause to uplift others when I hear of their trials, so I am glad when God lets me know the needs of his people. Thank you for covering us right now. 😊

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  6. Your message today was so moving, touching my heart. I will say prayers for ones you mentioned and ask to have our family included on your list. Bless you.

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