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c & s posted on 07/24/2013 8:20:50 PM
Please pray for our house to sell. Our goal is to be debt free so my wife can stay at home with our newborn son and i am praying God will allow me to serve full time.
mike posted on 07/24/2013 7:03:30 PM
I was called by God to start a church in a small Alabama town in 2010...shortly after starting the church, my wife at the time began having a physical affair with a man in our congregation...this went on for months....I finally had enough evidence to confront her about it...I forgave her...again. ..as she had an affair a few yrs before...in my hurt and anger I did something I should never had done...i lost the church and my family. I have since repented and moved on with my life but now I am no longer in ministry and its killing me. I feel that I have let God down so much that He is through with me. I can't seem to find peace and joy anymore. Please lift me up in your prayers
Anonymous posted on 07/24/2013 4:59:23 PM
Prayers for the Allen family in LaGrange GA. Their daughter has suffered a fractured skull after a fall and is being transported to Atlanta by helicopter.
Anonymous posted on 07/24/2013 12:39:14 PM
Please pray a dear family thats nine old son was in a drowning accident. he was declared brain dead yesterday. they have decided to donate his organs so others may live so they will be saying their goodbyes here on earth today as they take him harvest his organs. pray God gives them the comfort and peace that each and everyone of them need.
Dina posted on 07/24/2013 09:25:08 AM
I would like to ask you all to pray for my husband as he just retired from the US Air Force(20 years)well he is now having to find a job because as great as retirement sounds the pay is not. Thank you in advance for the prayers. May God bless each one of you for praying for us.
Anonymous posted on 07/23/2013 11:33:14 PM
Please pray that my boyfriend gets the job with the fire department. Please pray for guidance and peace.
Anonymous posted on 07/23/2013 9:14:14 PM
Wanted to give praise to God- I was listening to a Christy Knockels song and it says "you revive me, you revive me Lord, and all my deserts are rivers of joy. You are the treasure I could not afford, and ill spend myself until I'm empty and poor all for you, you revive me Lord." How promising, how reassuring that song is. Praise God for the power of his word!
Anonymous posted on 07/23/2013 2:05:38 PM
My uncle had knee surgery last year after a four- wheeler fell on his leg. After numerous surgeries he had a small open incision to help heal. He went on vacation to the beach and caught the flesh eating bacteria causing him to have his leg amputated above the knee. He is still in the ICU on a vent. Please keep him in your prayers.
Anonymous posted on 07/23/2013 01:52:10 AM
I have a chronic condition called Interstitial cystitis. I lost my job due to my illness last June and I am in the process of appyling for social security disablity. My wife does not work either and we can no longer afford to live in our apartment. Even after surgey things have not improved much. Losing hope when I need to turn to God.
Anonymous posted on 07/22/2013 10:33:01 PM
I remembered that last night God sent a messenger to me, so I think I can write about this dark time now. My 19 year old son has always struggled with mental illness. He is my youngest of three children. When he was born, I was so in love with him, I couldn't imagine life without him. His father never treated him with any love or affection. His words were always harsh. I stayed in the marriage and hoped and prayed that I could love my son enough to make up for the negativity from his father. I guess I chose my self over my child... but the other two children were in their father's praises, and I reasoned that divorce would hurt them. It was always a no win situation. Things were always tough with my son, but it has escalated to the extreme. I raised all of my children in the church. They were all baptized when they decided to accept Christ as their Lord. My husband did not join us there. He is a Christian, but does not like going to church. I knew from the time my son was a little boy that he was somewhat effeminate and may be gay. While he never admitted it--and he even dated girls--he finally had a relationship with another young man a month or so ago. Like all of his relationships, it ended quickly. I was not surprised nor horrified that he was gay. But I knew he was doing something wrong. He was coming up with money that he claimed he earned and saved, but I knew better. I feared that he was selling drugs. He lost his phone, so I let him borrow one of mine. When he found his phone, I took mine from his room and began reading the messages and looking at the pictures. That led me to a website where I discovered that he is a high dollar prostitute, selling himself to men. He has had other run ins with the law, and it is only a matter of time before he is imprisoned. I found out about his ungodly profession Saturday night. Last night (Sunday), I broke down. I took a prescription Xanax, drank two beers, then took an Ambien. Then I thought about killing myself. I fixed myself another alcoholic beverage and walked to a bridge over the interstate about a half mile from my home. I finished the drink in just a few gulps and threw the glass into the woods. When I got to the bridge, I stood at the edge and cried. I watched the cars and big rigs go beneath me. In my anger, I spat at them. A few cars went by me on the bridge, then a man in a truck stopped and backed up to me. He rolled down his window and asked me if I was okay. I don't remember if I said anything, but he jumped out of his truck and ran to me. All I remember is that I was crying and told him I just found out my son is a prostitute. And I remember these words from him very clearly: "Something told me to come this way. I never do... God told me to come here. It's going to be okay. God loves you. He sent me here." Then he hugged me and held me as I sobbed. Then the police showed up and they told him to leave. I don't remember much else about last night. The city police left me in the care of a county deputy who talked to me then took me home. I am so grateful that God sent someone to reassure me. And I pray earnestly that God will intervene in my son's life and that he will follow His lead.