Sep 13, 2008

Prayer Request Sunday


Grateful to have you come by, I was so blessed last week, with so many of you stopping to leave a comment to encourage me to keep-keeping on with Prayer Request Sundays. Thank you all, it really blessed me to know that this is an active ministry that I am walking in.
Can I pray for you this week? Please don't hesitate to leave a comment, letting me know how I can pray for you. So many times people say they feel strange, as we don't know each other face to face. Or that it might seem like such a small thing, in comparison with others situations. I want you to know that nothing is too big or too small to pray about. I never say,"Well that one isn't that important, I think I'll drop that to the bottom of the list this week." No, they are all important and the Lord hears each one. Be encouraged and don't ever hesitate to ask for prayer.
Me, well I am a prayer junkie...I can never get enough.
For those of you following our adoption...we are #8 on our agencies list. The blog fund raiser is now up to $1,600. Isn't God good. Thank you for joining us and supporting adoption!
“For he shall deliver the needy when he crieth; the poor also, and him that hath no helper.” (Psalm 72:12)

6 comments:

Dawn said...

Kimmie - Could you pray for me while we continue waiting in this Guatemalan postponement? God tells me one thing, but everything around me says another. I feel like I need an increase of faith, and a miracle! Thanks so much,
Dawn

Genesis said...

Ok, this week I`m going to ask for something . . . :)

Dante has been sick lately and he`s just not doing well. He isn`t sleeping and the poor little guy can`t get better if he doesn`t start to sleep. And, if you feel like going for a twofer, I`m also down with the same bug. :(

Thanks!
Genesis

Bobbie-Jo said...

As my nephew's court date (for parental right termination and subsequent adoption availability) comes near, I find myself drawn into panic and grief. Please pray for me, for him, for my sister and his father.

This is an important ministry. I'm glad you've answered His call.

Anonymous said...

Hi Kimmie,
I found you through Lovella's blog. My husband and I are canadian missionaries in Argentina and are in the midst of adopting two sisters. It has been a two year journey and we see the light at the end of the tunnel. We are hoping all paperwork will be done in October so we can go home to Canada for Christmas and our family can finally meet these little sweeties. Otherwise we have to wait another year. Thank you for your ministry.
Leana

Quinne said...

Hi Kimmie :) Please pray with me for my sweet J - he is making some big decisions for our family over these next weeks. Thanks so much! Love, Q

FHL said...

Hi Kimmie,
I am a day late, but this past weekend was our 17 month mark for being logged into China and I've just been battling with feeling discouraged with the ever increasing wait. If you could pray for God's peace through this time of waiting....I would be so grateful.

Thanks,
M~

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