Praying for Others


Believing in the power of prayer is powerful in itself. As mentioned in a previous blog, I belong to a chain gang…The Prayer Chain. Some of you responded that you also have this privilege. So I’m once again asking for prayer for others.

Last week I blogged about a wonderful gentleman in our congregation who celebrated his 100th birthday. He now has pneumonia. Please pray for Alf.

The sister of another of our congregation members has recently been diagnosed with a brain aneurysm. Please pray for Linda.

One of our members has just lost a sister, and another a brother.  Please pray for Sandi and Mary.

These are but a few of the people that I know who need prayer, but there are others. Here is what I feel is a very appropriate prayer which came to me via the internet:

Thank you for your prayers.

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2 thoughts on “Praying for Others

  1. Dear Father, please attend to these people who have been lifted up to you in prayer. Be with them, and with those who are caring for them that the proper decisions for the betterment of their health and welfare be made. Bless the caregivers as that is such a hard job to do. Be with all of the sick and afflicted now, and everyday of the year. In the name of Your Son…Amen!

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