Sunday, April 01, 2007

A time to pray


As the new year was ushered in with celebration around the world, the Tulsa Year of Prayer kicked off -and now it's my churches time.


Several churches have joined the 24/7 of prayer. This is an amazing thing to be able to be a part of God’s plan for us and it going on all over the world right now. I will be clocking out of work this week and driving to my church for two hours of prayer. My husband and I plan to take our children with us to spend an hour of prayer time with them.

If you have a need for prayer or praise please feel free add it here. I promise to take them with me. You don't have to put your name on the prayers if you don't want to. Those who have come here looking for different things are welcome to ask for prayers.


I'll pray for Bob, Bob’s wife, Bob’s son.
Ms. C, who could be facing a return breast cancer and is very frightened
Praise for the lady who struck up a conversation with me today while we waited. You were a reminder to take our faces out of a magazine or cell phone and talk to people. You were so wonderful in witnessing to me about your healing and to tell me your story. To raise five boys with two divorces must have been a hardship. I’m so glad that God has led you to where you are now. I can still smell your perfume from our hug. You are blessed and you are a blessing. I will pray that God continues to show you how very blessed you are. Thank you for a reminder to keep telling it!
Ed
Those going and those who are in the mission field

5 comments:

Missy said...

Thank you, Milly. You have such a talent for bringing me back to prayer.

I have a dear new friend, Ms. C, who could be facing a return breast cancer and is very frightened. Please pray for her.

karen said...

Thank you, Milly. You're a prayer warrior, indeed.
Of course we need to pray for all of our military. My boy, Robert.

Corry said...

And I will be praying for you as well. May God bless you abundantly for doing this. :-)

God's Grace.

Kansas Bob said...

Your posts just humble me Milly. Knowing you and others like Karen are praying for my family is so encouraging. I am so blessed to be a part of your online community.

harland said...

May God bless all, that's what I pray often.

We all need blessings