Anne says at RevGals: I am always grateful for the prayers of others, but I am especially touched when someone asks, “How may I pray for you?”
During this season of fullness, how may we pray for each other?
How may we:
- Pray for you,
- Pray for someone you carry on your heart,
- Offer thanksgiving with you,
- Ask God’s blessing in your life, or
- Lift up anything else in your heart?
Thank you for asking! Please pray for my attitude, which is not the best in some areas (although great in others). 'Nuff said there. I do think my Advent discipline is helping.
Please pray for my spouse, Ken, who continues to struggle with waxing and waning improvement in his ability to taste and swallow (discouraging) and with chronic pain (enervating and debilitating).
I am grateful to be part of the church community of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Keller, where I have been warmly embraced, and especially the Education For Ministry class meeting there weekly. What a wonderful group of committed colleagues.
I am embarking on some new challenges in the months to come, ones that feel unfamiliar and more than a bit scary. That's life-giving, and at the same time, to me, can effectively be paralyzing. Please pray for me to approach with a fearless and willing spirit and to keep walking.
Please continue in prayer for my sister, Sarah, who has rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia, among other things. She has reached a place of independence and joy, and yet these things threaten it.