Saturday, September 29, 2018

2018 09 29

Please pray for Bishop Bill and the clergy and laity of this diocese as we cope with the decisions of the Episcopal General Convention.

So He stood over her and rebuked the fever, and it left her. And immediately she arose and served them. Luke 4:39 (NKJV)
     Lord, rebuke our illnesses.

but He said to them, "I must preach the kingdom of God to the other cities also, because for this purpose I have been sent." Luke 4:43 (NKJV)
     Lord, preach the kingdom of God in our city.

So not only is this trade of ours in danger of falling into disrepute, but also the temple of the great goddess Diana may be despised and her magnificence destroyed, whom all Asia and the world worship." Acts 19:27 (NKJV)
     Jesus, save us from making church decisions for economic reasons.

Know that the LORD, He is God; it is He who has made us, and not we ourselves; we are His people and the sheep of His pasture. Psalm 100:3 (NKJV)
     Holy Spirit, please help us all take this to heart.

A Word Received: It is no accident that I delivered Esther and my people. Turn to me in your hour of need and I will help you.

Albany Intercessor

CITY MISSION PRAYER TABLE, Torre Bissell and Chuck Rinaldo, September 27, 2018
+ received cross
1.     Ken – Pray for those in the Carolina's who have been affected by the floods. We pray that, as you said, those who build on the sure foundation of Jesus Christ will survive no matter what the storm brings.
2.     Paul – He will be graduating in 3 weeks and he seeks the path that God has for him. We pray that the Lord guide his steps and help him make the decisions that will make his life better.
3.     Robert – He needs a place to live and a job. We pray for doors to open so his family can have a safe place to live and for a job that will give him the resources he needs to provide for his family.
4.     Ray – Asks for prayer of protection from those who want to distract him from doing God's work. Help him Lord to have a discerning heart and not fall into the enemy's trap, but give him a heart like Jesus to offer the love of Christ.
5.     + Thomas – Pray for the homeless, and particularly the children. Provide a safe place so they don't have to sleep on the streets, and pray for a hedge of protection around each child.
6.     + Dan – His daughter, Summer, is taking the CDL driving test to drive a school bus. We pray that when she takes the test she will have confidence in her ability and have recall for all the questions she needs to answer.
Pray for a woman who needs to understand God's timing. For her to know when the Lord blesses by saying “yes”, when He blesses when He says “wait”, and when He blesses when He says “no”.
We also ask for God to soften Dan's brothers heart to hear His call on him.
7.     + Joe – A volunteer who brings us water to the prayer table. He asked for a cross. We pray that it reminds him of the sacrifice Jesus made for him.
8.     Theresa and Chuck – We pray for their peace of mind as they prepare to celebrate their daughter's wedding. Pray for all of the details of the wedding; we also pray for good, dry, sunny weather, and for safe travel for all those who are attending.
9.     Tyisha – We pray for God 's healing on her knee that she will have full recovery from her surgery.
10.     Justin – Pray for a good job for Justin so he can provide for himself and not be anxious because he doesn't have a job right now. We pray he follow where God leads and that he makes right choices.
11.     + Horace – We pray for God's healing touch on Horace's arm. We pray for a strengthening of the ligament in his arm. We also pray against any pain and discomfort that keep Horace from getting rest to heal.
12.     Pastor Tyron – Pray for the power of the Holy Spirit to fall on him to bring healing to the wounded. Pray for his church meeting this Sunday that the Holy Spirit fall in them to do and follow God's leading.
13.     + Matt – Pray for the disability hearing coming up on October 31st. We pray for a correct outcome that will award Matt with what is due him.

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