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  1. Pray for my and my sibling’s friend, R. R. left work yesterday due to that she had a severe cough, and they found that she has bronchitis and an enlarged heart when she was admitted to the ER.

    She is obese and has had other health problems, and my sibling and I (and, I’m sure, other friends of R.) are praying that this is the wake-up call that she needs.

  2. This is my first year in university, by God’s grace alone I have ended up here to further develop the gift he has given me. Exams are starting and I find myself feeling extremely overwhelmed. I am very far away from my home and family and the stress is really getting to me. I know God wants me to succeed here and that he is with me, I just need to, I don’t know, reassurance? Just to feel his peace and guidance and to be confident in my abilities and that I am going to be okay.
    Thank you all for praying. It means so much.
    God bless.

    1. have prayed for you Tegan -- that God would be with you in all things -- that he would give you wisdom, courage, and confidence as you embark on this new journey in your life. Prayed God would give you power over your mind so you may be able to focus and learn more. I have prayed God would take away all feelings of anxiety and stress and give you complete peace. I have prayed that his spirit would fill you to overflowing leaving no room for any stress. I have prayed that god will guide you in all things. Ephesians 6 Psalm 18:2 Psalm 16:1

      1. Thank you so so much for the prayers Mark. It really means a lot to me. The verses you gave me also have really given me the answers and courage I’v been looking for. God bless you!

  3. I wanted to post this on wall as I realize I sent this a private request. I have been seeking God for 2 years and I know this is his will! I also pray for those who are single as well!
    Prayer request for a husband: I want thank you for all you have done in my life! I come you to now asking you to send the man that you have for me, the man of God that you choose to be my husband. I pray that you will help me discern him and that you will guide our paths and to focus on you before meet, during our relationship and the rest of lives! I pray you will also help us, mold us and to become the man and woman you desire in marriage. I pray that we will met soon and in your time and that you will bless our marriage! I thank you and bless you for hearing and answering this prayer! In Jesus name, Amen!

    Thanks in advance and God bless!

      1. Simone, I am standing in strong prayer agreement with you and all those praying with you, that God would send into your life who ever he has planned for you. I pray this special man will be a Godly man filled with an overwhelming love for you and for God, as well as a desire to become one with you and do everything in his power to keep you both close to God. I pray God would lead you where he wants you to go and mold you into the person he wants you to be. I pray God would prepare you to receive this special man and that God would bless you with the power to discern who the right man is for you according to God’s will and that he would give you strength, courage, and peace to wait and trust God for the timing of his will in your life. I pray in the name of Jesus Christ, amen.

  4. Before I ask for specific prayer, I need to give some background first. To make a long story short, my friend (who is a fellow community-college almunus and a Facebook friend) really likes me. Meanwhile, he’s in a relationship with a fellow alumna, “TL” He told me, “I’m just not that into her really”, and he and I agree that he needs the words from the Holy Spirit to speak to TL. TL herself, meanwhile, has already had her heart broken once, and by another alumnus.

    Also, as far as we both know, my friend is a gentile; whereas I am Jewish, wanting to marry a Jewish believer if I can, and already a divorce statistic--my Jewish parents (one a believer, one an in-claim-only believer; both actually self-loathing Jews) are divorced. Furthermore, I am uncomfortable with the idea of further assimilation in my family and my line being cut off from Israel.

    Also, I’ve been into two failed relationships myself (and I even had to call the police on both exes); I (because of my OCD/Anxiety, Depression, ADD, and Cerebral Palsy, as well as the fact that I’m a divorce statistic with already two failed non-marital relationships) would be lucky to get even the love of my life (who, to make a long story short, is another discussion altogether).

    Given the background, please pray for at least one of the following:

    1) That the Holy Spirit gives my friend the words to speak to TL.
    2) That God will send both TL and my friend people who are better for them.
    3) For the situation regarding the love of my life.
    4) That God will send whoever the meant-to-be love of my life to me soon; whether the meant-to-be love of my life is even Cliff, the one who I currently consider to be the love of my life, or someone else (even if a gentile besides Cliff, though--as I said--I really would prefer a fellow Jewish believer).

    Thank you.

    1. Hello, first, please know that I am no relationship counselor or even a Pastor (or Rabbi in your case) but I still would like to stand with you in prayer agreement according to Matthew 18:19 of the holy bible and pray for God’s will in your life, as well as that of your friend and TL. I pray God will reveal his will to all involved and provide understanding, peace, and comfort so all are prepared to accept his will. In Jesus name, amen.

      Have you considered seeking the guidance of your Rabbi?

      God bless you in all things,


    2. We are praying for you. Please know His Word is Truth… and His Wisdom, Peace, Love, Joy & Grace are yours to receive… and give. Thankfully, our walk with Christ is a marathon… not a sprint. Christ is walking with us always. In our times when we fail, it is not He who leaves us, but we who chose to rebel & sever our fellowship with Him for what we hope will fill the vacuum inside us… which is only His to fill. As we grow in our walk with Christ, we must learn that others around us are on their own walk… not ours. Christ-likeness is the goal… for us. Our walk is our responsibility… and our parents walk is theirs -- not ours.

      In His Love,


      1. Meanwhile, I figured out what’s going on: I’m one of the few people—or perhaps the only person—in my life praying about the situation. So, please pray that I can put G-d (G-d willing) to the bachan (???; not the nasah [???]) and that G-d sends me the love of my life or someone better. I’m (as usual and again) the only one praying that I can put G-d to the ???, and there I go again having to do all of the work; and I resent that I’m the one doing all the work again—G-d won’t hear my prayers when few or no others are praying with and/or for me.

        1. Nicole, I have to disagree with you…..God hears our prayers! Yes, it is better if we have people in prayer agreement with us…..Matthew 18:19 tells us that. But we must not allow the enemy to whisper lies in our ears about God. He hears every prayer that we pray…he even knows our needs before we pray to him! No matter what the situation…even when it’s raining, we must be always praising him and praying to him -- even when we feel nothing has changed in our situations! When you leave a prayer request here Nicole, please know that many people will be praying with you! I am praying with you now that God would bring someone he has planned for you into your life and that he would be a Godly man, filled with an overwhelming love for you and God! Most of all, I pray for God’s would reveal his will for your life to you! I pray he would fill your heart with peace and hope so that you may be able to wait on his timing to move in your life. In Jesus’s name, amen.

          1. I concede that I am learning to be more patient and trusting that at least the people who are praying for me are praying for me. I have to trust that God does have a plan for me (and others. I want to help others who’ve gone through that through which I’ve gone.).

            1. that is good Nicole….yes, we must trust God and learn to wait on the timing of his will concerning us and what concerns us….most importantly…we must learn to “give it to God,” in doing so, we demonstrate our submission to his power and we admit that we can do nothing without him…and in your case, we cannot change the hearts and minds of men……so we must be willing to trust God to do that according to his will…..perhaps the greatest thing we can learn is to keep praying no matter what! Ephesians 6:18-19

  5. I have found out that I am Jewish, and some of my family are in denial about it. I have cited verses such as Jeremiah 8:1-7 and 13:8-11, and Romans 11:19-24 to warn them that denying or otherwise not caring about our Jewishness is not a joke. Still, one particular cousin even makes particularly-awful statements like, ” What is it that you want? Just because someone was Jewish in the past doesn’t mean they have to make aliyah or be involved in Jewish causes. I really don’t get your warnings and heeding them.” Please pray that G-d will open my family’s eyes--I don’t want them to be among, as G-d describes those who He will wipe out, “the residue of those who remain of this evil family, who remain in all the places where I have driven them” (Jeremiah 8:3); nor do I want other Jews to go unsaved because of them--that is, because they refuse to be Jewish witnesses for the Gospel.

    1. I pray for God to reveal himself to your family, to give them great understanding of their heritage, that they indeed are part of God’s favorite people. I pray that God would give your family eyes to see and ears to hear and an overwhelming desire to know about God and their great heritage. I pray it would be God’s will to use you as a tool to speak to your family, that he would give you wisdom and courage to continue speaking and being an example to your family. In the name of Jesus Christ, amen.


      1. Thank you, Mark. I can update you and sadly tell you that it’s actually only getting worse. In fact, when I found more evidence for our heritage (the bad side of it—i.e., we betrayed relatives during the Holocaust, and that did not go well with us), I got this nasty little comment back from the self-loathing cousin whom I mentioned previously:

        “How could you possibly presume guilt from a picture taken years later? You must really hate your family and hate your ancestry. [They] were not ethnic Jews, and had no cousin named [the one who we betrayed]. [His] family never reached out to [us]. Your thinking and your comments about [one of the relatives] make me sick. Why don’t you share your beliefs with [another cousin] and see what he thinks about your comments about his grandfather?”

        I had shared previously, and he didn’t believe it—he laughed. I am at a rope’s end with the self-loathing cousin and other self loathers in the family, and I am really in dread that he’s going to be one of the ones to whom Jeremiah 8:3 applies—especially as the time gets closer and we’re watching the situation with, e.g., the U.S. and global economies devolve.

        1. sorry to hear how things are going….but I hope you won’t feel offended if I point out a major point that I see with Jews in general…..the guilt factor. But as I have found in my life, guilt is a useless emotion and not from God. You see, when the great enemy temps us, and we fall for the temptation….the great enemy then switches tactics and begins to load us with guilt….when Jesus, our savior, died for us, we became free of the bondage that results from sin…and that means free of it all, there was to be no guilt from God…in fact, when we turn away from sin, God forgets our sin…”as far as east is from west…” With regards to your cousin…there is only to pray for him, that God would open his eyes to see, and soften his heart so he can let go of this guilt that the enemy has been using to enslave him. I am standing in fervent prayer agreement with you that God free you cousin of his guilt. Be blessed!


  6. my best friend’s grandmother (also a very close friend of mine) has been diagnosed with kidney cancer… she is still quite young and is scared to death about this. please pray for a miracle, comfort and healing in her kidney. also, since it is a hereditary cancer and many members of this family have died for it please pray that my friends mum doesn’t have it so that my best friend and his brother’s will be safe. i love the family very much as they have been wonderful to me during my transition between moving countries. they really mean the world to me and we are all devastated with the bad news.

    1. I pray that this family finds comfort in The Lord. I pray that you as well as the family are given strength & favor from The Lord. I pray the hands of the doctors in which this woman is in care are anointed.

    2. Remember that God does Everything for a reason, whether good or bad. I have been in many situations of distress and confusion like you but prayer is the most important things in times like these… He will heal <3

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