From our friends at the Daily Office (no individual email addresses are available, but comments can be left at the link):
Monday Morning Prayer List: Most Recent
Firefighters in the Pacific Northwest and those who have lost lives, homes and pets
Laura Martin, hunger activist and food pantry administrator, departed
Br. John Ryan, OCP, healing
Sara, CAT scan, hoping mass shrinks
Cathy & David, physicians, undergoing chemo
Fr. Tim Murphy, pancreatitis and gall bladder
Scotty, broken bones
Krystal, recovering from surgery
Teresa Gonzalez-Lee, departed
Dr. Roy Lindahl, departed
Jonathan Howes, departed
Rachel, chronic pain
Beatrice, heart failing
These requests are from Sharon, and replies may be sent through her: Baby James recently had more surgery, and needs continued prayer as he recovers. Robbie, age 7, has cancer that has returned and was eager to start 2nd grade. Zachary, also age 7, has a prosthetic that doesn’t fit and will require a new one. Sharon’s son-in-law also has a possible spinal leakage.
Please pray for a solution to Gayle and Earl’s frustrating issue with their electricity.
Lillie-Grayce was bitten by a rattlesnake and is not responding to antivenom treatment, please pray.
Rod requests prayer for a man who has been on dialysis, as well as for Rod’s daughter Jeanne to recover from health issues. He also asks prayer for Julie, with upcoming breast cancer surgery, and a friend of Jeanne’s facing many problems.
From Prison Felloweship: Please pray for Sheila and her daughter:
“please pray for my daughter, Leslie, she has been in and out of jail for the last 15 years . She was in prison over 2 years and is now likely facing prison again. She has struggled with addiction for most of her adult life. Please pray for her, I know only God can bring the humility and brokenness needed. Please pray that I can find grace to forgive her, she has stolen so much from me. She lost a beautiful baby girl who was born prematurely and lived only 23 days, she lied about needing money for an illness and I lost my entire life savings. I want to love and forgive her but she is not easy to love after all the pain she has brought into our family.
“Thank you for listening and fro your prayers.”
Wayne asks prayers for: Alma, who has breast cancer and Ruby, who had recent heart surgery, is taking blood thinners, and is also wheelchair-bound.