I don’t know about you, but I feel like everywhere I turn, there is need, desperate need. Blog world is inundated with requests to pray for people—sick infants and children, spouses dying suddenly, houses burning down, job losses etc. The need is all around me. It absolutely breaks my heart.
Our friend, Ian is still fighting for his life. I have added his picture and a link to their blog on the right hand column. Do yourselves a favor and go and read the posts his Dad writes as he sits beside his sons bed. Talk about unwavering faith—trusting in their God for the promises He has given them. Amazing.
I have also added a badge to pray for Jonah. Go and take a look at this precious little guy. He is a fighter. His sweet parents lost their first son (not too long ago) to the same genetic disorder. Please stand with the family—let’s trust this little one pulls through. He is adorable.
Jonah and Ian are two of many.
I am so thankful that God hears every prayer that goes out for ALL those enduring tough journeys right now, and there are many. I am so thankful that you and I can come before a Mighty God and pray for others, what an honor, what a privilege. I pray that I never forget the power of prayer.
And so, sweet friends, knowing that there is need all around—let’s pray! And I don’t mean saying we’ll do it and then never actually bringing in before the Father—I mean really praying! Let’s bring all our loved ones and friends who are going through hard times before God and trust for healing, break through, restored relationships, jobs, finances—you name it. I am so thankful that God has given us a way to make all our requests known to Him—simply by praying.
Friends, it’s time—time for every Christian to claim the victory—time to claim back what the enemy has stolen from us, from our families, from our friends. Time for us to rise up and take action—prayer is a powerful weapon we have been given, let’s use it!
There is amazing power in prayer. Let’s pray for one another and watch our Mighty God move mountains. If you have a need, or know of someone else who does, please leave me a comment and let me know how I can pray for you. I will absolutely commit to it. I am going to add all prayer requests to the right hand side of my blog—that way I can remember to intercede daily, and everyone else can pray too. How wonderful to be Glorious Body of Christ—Let’s pray for each other!
Let us NOT grow weary and loose heart—never!