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Sunday prayer – please lift up these requests

It being the first Sunday of football season, I wasn’t going to blog today, but then Lisa Nelson called with an urgent prayer request (#1 below) and I realized there were so many prayer requests, that I ought to put them out there and give you opportunity to list your own below in the comment sec…
By Seth Barnes
By Seth Barnes
It being the first Sunday of football season, I wasn’t going to blog today, but then Lisa Nelson called with an urgent prayer request (#1 below) and I realized there were so many prayer requests, that I ought to put them out there and give you opportunity to list your own below in the comment section. So, here are a few from the AIM family:
 
1. Scott Nelson is in Seattle having what may be the most important father-son talk ever before they sedate his dad and put a tube down his throat. His father has leukemia and is not doing well.  We wait all our lives for conversations like this one and we need God’s help to get through it.

2. Patti & Stew Blakely in Montana who are in a similar situation at Stew’s mom (in ICU, not expected to live).

3. Robert Cantu is in the ICU in McAllen.
 
4. Sue Rogers has cancer and needs chemo.

5. Jackie Royal is fighting cancer.
 
6. Talia & I are going to Spain on Tues. A board meeting on 9/19. Then on to a World Race conference w/ 220 racers in Brasov Romania 9/20-25. Please also lift this event up. We expect the Spirit of God to fall and a generation to be called out. I will be blogging about it while I’m there.
 
7. Bruce & Marcy Dawson are liquidating their restaurant and seeking the call of God on their lives.
 
8. Our man hike in NH Oct. 1-4 – that God would show up and call out the 12 guys going on it.
 
9. Joyce Maltby has cancer and needs prayer.
 
10. Mikia Maltby at the Honor Academy – pray for grace during her adjustment there.
 
11. Emmanuel Sadiq’s uncle died. His wife had died earlier, so now Emmanuel’s family has to help care for their children.
 
Please feel free to share your own prayer needs and we’ll lift them up to the father of lights who knows our frailty and loves us more than anyone else.

Comments (6)

  • Dear Dadi Seth,
    Greetings!
    We are praying for all of them.
    May Go bless them and heal them.
    Please also remember my uncle’s family in your prayer.I will send you more detial the kids.
    God bless You.
    Emmanuel Sadiq

  • Thank you for the opportunity to share our burdens collectively.
    1.)Pat and I are in Boone, North Carolina. Our daughter, Katie, is co-leading a Real Life team that is, probably this very minute taking off from Atlanta airport, headed for Newark and on to Delhi, India. So pray with us for the RealLife team in India.
    2.)Our family was closely knit into a church here in Boone for about twenty years. We raised three young’uns while worshipping our Lord there. About 8 years ago, the church split. It was a difficult breaking for many saints, including us. Soon afterward, we joined another church here in Boone–an excellent church–very organized and doing the Lord’s work in a big way. However, our fellowship index has not consistently met our expectations over the years, so sometimes we feel a little lonely, especially with the three kids gone, although they are doing well and serving the Lord. And one has returned home for awhile come to think of it, anyway…
    3.) About 4 years ago, I forsook 25 years of carpentry work to enter a second career–teaching. I went back to school to take education courses while working part-time; Pat was still working as a nurse. These last two years, I have worked in the local school system, but was set apart this summer, due to “personnel reduction,” if you know what I mean. Anyway, long story short, I have two possible full-time employment choices this week coming up. If I take a job (both options are maintenance), it will require me to forsake the substitute teaching role that serves as my connection to our local school system. So I’m faced with that decision this week. Please pray for wisdom in that.
    Thanks.
    Your brother in Christ,
    Carey Rowland

  • May God hear our supplications. The God who is gracious and faithful, never-changing and almighty..
    I have a cousin, Lulu, who left South Africa for the US on a missions trip. During the trip however, she collapsed and the doctors found clots in her heart and kidneys. She is now on life support and still needs more surgery.
    Please just pray for her and her family who are all the way in South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland.
    Thank you…

  • Just reading this for the first time this morning while catching up on all the blogs. Praying over all of these today. Thank you for sharing.

  • I finally had a chance to talk to Scott. He was able to get in to see his Dad and they had a great conversation and prayer time. After that, they had to sedate his Dad and get him on a ventilator. They are still trying to find out why he is having trouble breathing. They’ve done some tests and are waiting for results. So, that’s where things are. Thank you for praying!

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