We just received this prayer need from Rick Carson Wrisley of Elkhart, Indiana…….Join us in the war room and pray for healing for both Rick and Brenda, in Jesus name, Amen! Pictured here is Rick and Brenda, with Brenda’s friend Lynn’s granddaughter Summer. Rick and I worked together in the late 80’s and early 90’s at WCMR radio in Elkhart!
We love you Brother! We love Brenda and your entire family! Keep us posted please!
Dewey I’ve developed some very serious pain at the base of my spine making it almost impossible to walk. I desperately need to work so I can provide the necessary medicine for Brenda’s arthritis medication. Please pray fervently that our Lord will heal my back. I’m feeling very scared about this. Thank you my friend, Rick
Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.
Heal me, O Lord, and I shall be healed; save me, and I shall be saved, for you are my praise.
Behold, I will bring to it health and healing, and I will heal them and reveal to them abundance of prosperity and security.
Update from yesterday prayer needs: Ken Widelski is feeling better PRAISE GOD!!!
Please email me any prayer needs and praise notes! God Bless you all! Have you seen the war room movie? Why not?
|To pray, I think, does not mean to think about God in contrast to thinking about other things, or to spend time with God instead of spending time with other people. Rather, it means to think and live in the presence of God. As soon as we begin to divide our thoughts about God and thoughts about people and events, we remove God from our daily life and put him into a pious little niche where we can think pious thoughts and experience pious feelings. … Although it is important and even indispensable for the spiritual life to set apart time for God and God alone, prayer can only become unceasing prayer when all our thoughts — beautiful or ugly, high or low, proud or shameful, sorrowful or joyful — can be thought in the presence of God. … Thus, converting our unceasing thinking into unceasing prayer moves us from a self-centred monologue to a God-centred dialogue. By Henri Nouwen|