Prayer Requests 5 January 2004

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Give thanks to God, for He is good, His love endures forever.

Continued prayers for Christine's father that he effect a complete recovery from his recent crisis.

For T.S. O'Ramas Grandmother who is experiencing a very difficult change in living arrangements

For Robert Walsh and his family.

For Linda who is experiencing a temporary set-back today.

For Teresita M. who will be having what she expects to be a difficult interview with her supervisor today

For Franklin's father, Bill, who is more seriously ill than had been previously thought. For his family that they are all able to cope with these circumstances.

For Karen Marie Knapp as she recovers from her recent hospitalization.

For the men and women of the American Armed forces who will not be able to spend this holiday season with their families, that this may nevertheless be a season of "comfort and joy" beyond their greatest expectations.

Special Prayer Projects:

(1) Chris Keith, the young lady whose biopsy went poorly got the results of that biopsy--carcinoma of the liver. The cancer is metastatic from colon cancer. Surgery has taken place to treat the colon cancer.

I paraphrase her mother:

"We [members of the family] are standing on the Rock and are rock solid. We are all okay and we are looking for a few prayer warriors to help us in this battle." Because this mother means so much to me for the great good she has done for my friends, I plan to stand with her and her family in this battle, and I invite you all to join me. Expect to hear about this on and off over the next few months.

(2) For Katherine's Mom as she undergoes chemotherapy--that the treatment is successful and her mother comes through this ordeal with a deeper sense of God's abiding love for her.

(3) For Katherine and Franklin, Christine and Gordon, Janet and Louis, Bill Doran, and for all who are seeking employment and suffering through difficult times as they wait.

(4) From Davey's Mom: I am with child once again and could use prayers for a healthy pregnancy.

I welcome the addition of other requests via the comment box. Thank you for keeping this poor Carmelite employed.

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Ashli of The SICLE Cell post-abortion blog and Hyperemesis Gravidarum: A Diary is having a pregnancy problem that endangers her 20-week unborn daughter's life, but the procedure to treat it may risk the baby's life as well. She's asked for prayers.



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