Posted by: celticanglican | October 16, 2012

Prayer Requests for Monday (Commemoration of Teresa of Avila)

O God, whose blessed Son became poor that we through his poverty might be rich: Deliver us from an inordinate love of this world, that we, inspired by the devotion of your servant Teresa of Avila, may serve you with singleness of heart, and attain to the riches of the age to come; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one
God, now and for ever. Amen. (Book of Common Prayer, 1979)

Anglican Cycle of Prayer: PRAY for The Church in the Province of the West Indies The Most Revd & The Hon Dr John Holder Archbishop of West Indies & Bishop of Barbados; Ihiala – (Niger, Nigeria) The Rt Revd Ralph Okafor

Friends in Christ: Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia

The Human Family: Cuba

Anna may have found a possible apartment, please pray.

Emma is having breathing difficulties and is on a respirator, please pray.

Patricia asks prayer for an unspoken needs, as well as for 2 friends: Avis (chest pains) and Genevieve (upcoming eye surgery)

Pray for the success of Diane’s chemo treatments.

Martha is receiving several treatments for rheumatoid arthritis, please pray.

Please pray for Annie, who has been housebound because of a harassing neighbor, and Suzanne, who is helping Annie.

Duane is having leg surgery that’s delayed an important trip, and also has low blood levels, please pray.

Please pray for Deborah B’s disability hearing, as she is concerned about the judge not being sympathetic.

Joe has kidney failure, but a bladder stent seems to be helping, please pray.

Melissa has depression that has impacted a custody case for her two children, please pray.

Tammy asks prayer for a depressed friend going through a divorce, for her own husband and his pay troubles at work, and for her school work. NEW REQUEST: Tammy G.’s ex-husband is out of work and unable to pay child support, please pray for him.

Barbara has stage 4 cancer and is in serious pain, please pray.

Please pray for Brenda, who has had pneumonia and blood clots, and her husband Roy.

Candace, imprisoned on smuggling charges over a few coins, has seen some improvements, please continue to pray.

Sharon A. asks prayers for a Christian husband and funds to open a low-income housing complex.

Kitty is having cough and cold troubles, please pray.

Several requests from Sonya: Virginia (breast cancer surgery); Elaine (female and emotional problems); Skylar (autism); Cory (mental health issues); Sonya herself has diabetes, serious kidney disease, and needs a mobility chair.

Kakai is seeking a government job with a lot of competition, please pray.

Sue asks prayers for her health, and also for part-time employment.

Pray for the repose of Rethema’s mother’s soul, and comfort for the family.

Almighty and most merciful God, we remember before you all poor and neglected persons whom it would be easy for us to forget: the homeless and the destitute, the old and the sick, and all who have none to care for them. Help us to heal those who are broken in body or spirit, and to turn their sorrow into joy. Grant this, Father, for the love of your Son, who for
our sake became poor, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

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  1. I am 62 & live paycheck to paycheck. My car broke down & I was fired because I could not get to work. My car that I had in 1999, finally gave out. I bought another car with all of my savings. That car overheated & I brought it to a repair shop & they ruined the engine. I do not have any more money to buy a third car. My son is trying to fix the car for me. But has not been able to find out what is wrong. I now have no income coming in & my rent will be due in a few weeks. Please pray that we can find a way to fix my car, so I can find another job. I know this sounds mundane but I am 62 & am close to being homeless. Thank you for your prayers.

    • Prayers going up for you, Karen. You might want to try posting about your rent & car issues at modestneeds.org, too. They allow visitors to contribute funds to help people.


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