Joining in prayer with the One who is able to bring healing to those in need.
James 5: 31; "Confess your trespasses to one another, and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The effective fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much. "NKJV.

Oct. 04,  2015:
Our Prayer: Heavenly Father: Thank you so much for the opportunity to worship before you, and to be blessed with your presence. We know that you are the giver and sustainer of all things in the heavens and on earth. We thank You for our Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ who loved us and died for us that we might be called children of the Living God. We know that You are aware of every petition and request that is made of You, and every need that all the peoples and  nations have. We ask You that You consider our petitions for healing and recovery according to Your will for each person that we bring before You. We know that You, who see the circumstances of all of us, and who pours out Your grace and mercy on us with many blessings that none of us are worthy of. We thank you so much for that everlasting kindness and love that You have for all of Your children. And we thank You for each beautiful day that You allow each of us, to share the many blessings that You supply, so let us rejoice in this day that You have given us by honoring You in all that we do. May Your name be praised forever and Your will be done for all of those we have lifted up to You. We ask all these things in the name above all names, the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.
As each of you who reads the prayer list. Please take a moment to look at each name and lift them up to the Lord. We know that He hears our prayers, for His compassion and healing, and it just might be the one that our Lord is waiting to hear from a caring and gentle heart that has compassion for others. Along with the prayers for those who are struggling, we have good news for some on the list and sad news for others. Please read over the prayer list and pray for our Brothers and Sisters in Christ, and for those who live in the darkness of the world that His will be done and all things come about in His perfect timing.
Paul Colli8ns lost his long running battle with the afflictions that came from his service in the US Army, Having been wounded, and hit with some of the chemicals that was used, and some other infirmities that came upon him later in life. He passed on Tues. the 29th of Sep, and the service was on Friday the 2nd. He was given the honors in his passing of a military veteran who fought and defended his country. Please remember his wife Loretta, his brothers, sister, children and grand children. The military honors by the Color Guard were a beautiful part of the ceremony, and it was a blessing for the family. So please be in prayer for Loretta and all the family that they find the peace and mercy of God while they yearn for a dear friend.
Art and Carolyn Patton: To my knowledge their is nothing new to update Art of Carolyn's condition. It is with sadness that we tell you that Carolyn's  cancer is slowly coming back, but not enough for any major treatments at this time. We ask God that whatever time Art has remaining that He would bless him with comfort and peace and the ability to endure the things he is facing. Ask God for peace and comfort for Art in his final days, and that God would grant the family peace as they face this difficulty, let it be together.
Tom & Betty Johnson: Tom seems to be doing well, and Betty has a good day and a bad day, let us pray that the Lord will comfort her and allow her breathing to be better. Pray that the power and peace of God will continue to comfort her during her struggle.  Keep Tom in prayer for he needs his strength so that he can be a calming assurance to Betty during this ordeal. Pray for the family that they be strong during this battle. They continue to do well, Keep them in prayer before the Lord. We thank God for both of them, and pray for God to hold them closely each day in His arms. Nothing new to share. 
Don Young: Founder and Head of the hands of Hope ministry in Winchester continues to battle sickness that was caused by migraines that have troubled him for five + years. Still the doctors have found no cure. Don battles the difficulties with a strong determination. For all of you who know and love him, give him a call, or a text letting him know that your thinking of him. Let us continue to thank the Lord who has enabled him to keep up with the ministry (Hands of Hope), that the Lord has blessed him and Sherry with and continue in prayer that the doctors find what has been troubling him for so long, and bring wellness to him and relief from the devastating illness that he deals with each day. 
Michael and Jess Kenney: Let us pray that God will guide the family of Michael and Jess, and that He would turn their hearts toward Him, that they might come to the knowledge of the Lord, and that along with the children they will seek His name for their salvation.
Lonnie Stenulson:  We know that it will take sometime for the healing process from the liver transplant, to be completely done, but he continues to do well.  Pray and thank God for providing for Lonnie in His perfect timing.  

Layne Foley: Please continue in prayer for Layne's salvation. Layne is doing much better, but his heart is no longer strong enough to endure an operation. I don't know if he will be able to survive a transplant even if it is made available.  Pray for His wife Diana who has watched over him and cared for him all this time. Also; Pray also for good results for a kidney test that he must take. Please pray for his mother Loretta Collins who is the wife of Paul who is a diabetic, and is on the list for a kidney, and the two of them are in a struggle for their lives, and she needs prayers to encourage and support her. Bot Layne and Paul are about the same for the time being. Pray for salvation to come to the Foley household with an understanding of how great the need is. Bout the same, no noticeable differences. About the same.
Robbie Foley: Continue to pray for Robbie's problem with his lower back and hip, and that when he sees the doctor they will be able to provide the correct solution for his problem. Whether it be through and injection or an operation, and let God show him which would be best for him. Pray also for his salvation, that he would see his need for the Lord in his life. Nothing to report.
Melanie Foley: Has been struggling with a lot of problems with her teeth, and the doctors won't do anything with them because she has some heart problems. Sadly to say these problems cause some unsightly facial problems. Mel had a chemotherapy treatment yesterday, but I have nothing new to report about it. Pray for God to comfort her in this time of need, and that she find the peace of God ever present with her.    
Jack Wampler: Jack is having some problems physically, but he is still pretty good, just a little short on remembering things Right now is hard for him to remember that Ms. Polly had the operation and is doing well.  Even though Jack is no longer the Pastor, and we are looking for a new one, he continues to be an important part of the SFSBC. Let us pray for Pastor Jack that throughout his latter years that he will receive a reward of rest and fulfillment for the many years that he has stood before the Lord as Pastor at SFSBC.
Polly Wampler Ms. Polly done well with the hip operation. She is at home and continues to work with the physical therapist and is looking ahead that she will be released by the hospital therapist, to local therapy in that she can get help at home.  Polly finds strength in the presence of God for her life each day for the things she is in need of. as she waits for God's  will to be done. 
Lane Dezan:  There has been a return of the macular degeneration in his right eye. It has come to the point, that it affects the depth perception in his right eye. Lane has found it difficult to deal with the people who assign the disability claims. Heavenly Father no matter what the decision let it be Your will that he will follow. Let us pray also that Lane does not forget to use his insulin for the diabetes that causes this disease. Pray that Lane will continue to give everything to the Lord, and let Him handle this difficulty in his life.    

St. Jude’s Hospital: Let us not cease to pray for the children at St Jude's and the families that are there with their children and the treatments that their children are in need of. We thank God for His blessings and all of the prayers that you lift up for each one of the children at St. Jude's. For those doctors, nurses and care givers who work at St Jude's are a blessing that God has provided for His little ones. Let us always remember these little ones in our prayers.

Steve, Carol, and Ted Williams: Concerning Ted and his appointment with the neurosurgery department at the Hospital, they inserted some probes into the side of his head to gather information concerning all the problems that he had from a work accident a few years ago. The doctors have still not come to any conclusions as to what they must do to see if they can help. Also; We ask the Lord to be with Betty Fiske, Steve's sister as she goes through with this new type of chemotherapy, that it will be the answer for this hard to battle cancer. We ask that you keep Steve Carol and their family in prayer. And that God in His perfect timing and will, grant them rest and comfort, during these trying times. returning them to us in His perfect timing. Steve and Carol let me know today that they were returning to their home in Fla. but said they would be back. No update for this week.
Ray McKorkle: Ray's cancer has returned to his bladder, and has spread to his kidneys. At this time they haven't determined what they will do, he has a doctors appointment tomorrow to see what the decision will be. Pray that God's peace continue to be with him each and every day. Nothing new to report.
Jr. Wetsill: Jr. continues in need of prayer for the difficulties in his life. Difficulties that come on us as we grow older in life. Now we have learned that his eyesight is failing. But Jr. is doing very well these days, and has been enjoying the outside a bit.Pray for the Hand of God to be with Him in these hard times. No new updates.

Hilda Bowman: Ms. Hilda who is 95 is a blessing to everyone around her with her energy. She continues with  her regular routine, even though she is blind, she gets around a lot better than some sighted people. It is God's blessings and care for her. Ms. Hilda missed the Friday morning service, and when I went to check on her after the service, I found that she was struggling and week. Hopefully it is nothing more than just weariness, for when the residents catch something that is going around it is very hard on them. Keep her in prayer that if it be God's will that she recover soon. Was unable to fellowship with this wonderful lady this past Friday because I was away on an emergency.
Bob Smallwood: Bob was at the service at church this morning. He is doing much better, now that his partial amputated foot is healing up.  So please continue to keep him in prayer.that God's perfect will and timing be done in his life.

Audrey Corbett: Please continue to pray that if and when it is God's timing that Ms. Audrey be able to move back to Front Royal, but in the meantime, please continue to write her at.  351 Hickory Drive, Luray, VA. 22835. Please  drop her a card to let you know that you are remembering her. Nothing to share concerning Ms. Audrey.

TA and Shirley Testerman: TA and Shirley both continue in their medical struggles. Thank you all for being supportive of them during the struggles that they have endured throughout the years. Shirley is struggling with her breath, and weakness in her legs, she has appointment at the wound doctor on Tuesday of this upcoming week. We know that as they face things, they face them with confidence that God will renew and strengthen them in their time of need. This week is about the same with a bunch of upcoming doctors appointments.  

Bill Testerman: Ever since Bill broke the toes in his foot, they have caused him a great deal of pain.  Continue in prayer for Bill that it will heal better, and the pain that he is enduring will subside. Nothing new to speak of.

Sebert Testerman: Even though Sebert was been diagnosed with lung cancer. He is 88 years old and has declined any type of treatment, and when the doctor was asked about how much it was affecting him, he said without the further tests that could be given he could not make any determination as to how things would go in his life. Bill has his good days and his bad days. Pray that God's will be done for him according to the timing and the might of God in his life. Continue to pray for Sebert as his health wanes. No new updates/

Kim Lee: We thank God for answered prayer. Even though Kim has struggled with afflictions, she is doing much better now. Kim is attending church off and on with her daughter Lindsay, and son David. Also; Kim was encouraged even the more this week with the return of her old job at General Dynamics's  So let us pray that God will bless and strengthen Kim that she might draw closer to the Lord Jesus Christ in a lasting relationship. David the grandson of Dan and Maggi visited with us at SFSBC this morning. Also; We have a prayer request for a friend of Kim's, Steve who was injured in a motorcycle accident. We pray that God will look over him in this time of need. Nothing to report.

Daniel and Maggie Fritts: We thank God for Dan and Maggie who are faithful members at SFSBC and that our Lord continues to bless and use both of them according to His will. We thank both of them for being a blessing at church and trusting in the Lord for all their needs. Asking the Lord to bless these folks and there continued part in the ministry at Shenandoah Farms SBC. They were at church today as always.

Dorothy Rooks: The favorite aunt of our friend and sister in Christ, Maggie Fritts, is 81 years old, and because of the macular degeneration in her eye she has given up driving. God is great and we pray for her well being in the loving hands of our Lord in heaven. What ever happens we ask him to grant Aunt Dot His loving favor. 

Hannah Richardson: Now that Hannah's ankle has healed sufficiently from the first surgery, she is scheduled for the second and hopefully the last, and as she heals and becomes accustomed to getting around we pray that the brace that she will wear after this surgery will give her enough healing in the ankle that she will be able to walk with out braces or any other thing that is a walking aid.  Pray that this in due time will no longer be required so that she can walk normally.

Bob Lipsett: A brother to our sister Maggie Fritts, is in an early stage of Alzheimer's. After Dan and Maggie visited with him, and Dan laid his hands on him, Bob has show a marked improvement. Thank God for these great and mighty powers that have worked in his life. We ask that everyone continue to be in prayer for Bob because we know That prayer has the might and power of God to touch our lives. Pray that he finds strength and peace from God as he must deal with the disease.  

Craig Allen Wissenger: He has been diagnosed with stage three Hopkins disease. He has been put on chemotherapy for the next six months, he is required to take it every 14 days, but so far it leaves him very sick for the next 4 to 5 days. The doctors seem to think that it is treatable, and that this will be the treatment that he needs, but we know all things are done according to God's will, so pray for Craig that the Lord be with him. This week Craig had another in the series of chemotherapy treatments.  

Margret Christian: Since the surgery, Margret has healed nicely and is at home recovering. Here Son-in-law Bob is going visiting next weekend, and if she can travel she will be returning with him for a months visit Continue to pray for Margret, giving God the glory honor and praise that He is worthy of. Nothing new, but I know her daughter and son-in-law to visit, and if she is well enough to travel they are going to bring her back to visit for awhile.

Neelam Salamat: The mother of Aliza Salamat from Pakistan, she has stomach cancer.  Her therapy that she underwent showed no improvement, so she is being required to take another Pet scan to determine if there is any way to treat this cancer.  Pray for God's will to be done in her life. At this time we are waiting the results of the last two tests that they be found negative if this be God's will for her life. No new updates.

Dave Melander: Dave visited with his mother in the Nursing Home in Pennsylvania this week, she is 91 and ailing. I spoke to Dave on Friday and he had just returned from another visit with his mother, in which they didn't think that he would make it. Spoke with Dave last night and he said his mother was doing quite well now that they have got her out of the hospital and back to the Nursing Home. No updates at this time. Nothing new for this edition of the Prayer List and Praise Report.

Lester and Ms. Lottie Horton: As of the last report Ms. Lottie is doing about the same, still struggling quite a bit now and stays in the bed most of the time. Lester needs both our prayers and encouragement, since he finds it difficult to care for Ms. Lottie by himself. Lester has rejected the opportunity to put Ms. Lottie in the Heritage Hall Nursing Home, saying, that they want to stay together as long as possible.  Continue to pray for the Lord to comfort the two of them in their needs. Nothing to share this week.

John & Katie Calabrese: Katie is seeking prayer for her husband John who is unsaved. We pray that God would open his eyes to the fact that he needs Christ Jesus as his Savior.

David Baldwin: A young man of 27 years of age, with virtually a new wife, and a small son, who has been diagnosed with MS, and at this time is questioning the Lord, saying, Why me? We pray that God would open his eyes and turn him to himself, and let him be reminded that Jesus Christ will never leave him, nor forsake him, and that if he puts Himself in the hands of He who opened the eyes of the blind, healed the lame, and made the deaf to hear! He is also the Lord God who can carry David through with this struggle that he is enduring.
So we pray that it would be that God would bring to his understanding that all things will work for good for those who love God. AMEN.

Bonnie Cook: A devoted mother and Pre-School teacher has developed Rheumatoid Arthritis. We ask for prayers that God will grant her strength as she struggles with such a debilitating disease. No new reports.

Johanna Wright: Johanna's back and hip are doing much better, and we can only thank God for this healing. Pray that God's will be accomplished in her life and that His perfect will be done, for there are other battles that are going on in her life. .

Randy Miller: Let us continue in prayer that the aneurysm that Randy has stays stable. However; Randy's potassium level in his blood and it is affecting his kidneys with and infection that could be life threating. It is now known that Phoebe's operation was for Colon Cancer, and they are now waiting on the report from the pathologist to determine if and what type of treatment will be required. Until then keep both Randy and Phoebe in prayer that God's grace and mercy be felt in their lives. No new updates.

Richard Theimer: As reported by his son Paul, he is doing well now since they removed the tumor from his brain. We can only thank God for these blessings.

Paul Theimer: Paul and his wife have three foster children in their care; Austin 2,Jaxon, 3, and Kylee 5 who have both physical problems and difficulties of adjusting to this type of circumstance, They seem to be doing very well. Pray that Paul and his wife be the Godly influence that these children need to grow up and become productive in the life.
Bill Durko: Since Bill began his long road to recovery, he has made great strides,, he is now walking and getting around very well. We thank the Lord for His blessing, and continue to pray that the family can find peace in God's presence and that they seek the Lord in all that they do and say. No new updates.

Sally Willingham: Sally is using a test study drug that has kept her cancer under control. She has to return each month to the Cancer Research Center at the UVA Medical Center. The results have been very good. So let us continue to pray for good reports from the doctor, that if it be God's will Sally will live without the threat of cancer hanging over her.
Patrick "Pat" Kimball: Patrick is not doing well with his treatment for his lung Cancer.  We ask that you pray for him, asking God to pour out His grace and mercy on him for his healing, and that if it be possible that he be healed completely. Also; That God will comfort his wife Cathy and their four children. With sadness I am also requesting prayer for their 21 year old son who has an alcohol problem. But i do have some good news, Alex has agreed with his parents to seek counseling. Pray that he would understand that this is a difficult thing to deal with, and may that be a counselor who will give him Godly advice, and that he understands that God's will for him is to seek wise counseling beginning with God's word.

Larry Marshall: Larry is suffering from cancer of the lymphoma glands. After the last chemotherapy treatment, Larry continues to do well in the hopes that he will become cancer free. We ask for prayer for Larry, and that God's will be done according to the treatment and the healing of this cancer. Larry is holding his on, and we pray that God's will be done for him.

Ronald Teachey: Has completed his chemotherapy treatment for his cancer, and is doing well. When he goes back next month we will know if all of the cancer was wiped out. Please keep him and his family in prayer, praying that God's will be done in all of these problems that he is incurring.  Also; Ronald had a fall and broke some of his ribs, but it is reported that he is recovering well.
Clayton and Doris Johnston: Clayton and Nathan are no longer required to take any medications for their eye surgeries, so this is wonderful news. Pray for Doris that the blood thinners and other heart medication will help her with her heart condition. Pray for God's will to be done in all of their lives. No update for her doctors appointment. Still haven't heard anything.
Ora Bullock: A wonderful godly friend for many years is now bedridden, with a cracked hip, is struggling because she don't get the help that she needs, and does not want to go to the Nursing Home, but soon she will have to make a choice. But we have some good news, that one of her care givers Dominic and Ora are getting along much better. We thank God for this blessing and hope that it continues. So we ask God that in His perfect will, will show her the pathway that He has planned for her. Continue to pray that God's strength be renewed in her each day.
Barbara Carbaugh: She is doing very well since they installed the pace maker, and is getting impatient that she has not regained her old strength from before the pacemaker implant.

Ann Ritter:  Concerning the mass that is in her digestive tract, the diagnosis has not come back as to what it is. We pray that the Lord would intercede in the diagnosis for the doctor, and that  it will not be cancerous. Even though Ann is struggling with sever back problems and stage four kidney disease diabetes and a number of other  difficulties she still remains such a blessing to the church  She is faithful at coming to service on Sunday mornings, and we thank God for that.  May God watch over her, and bring to her the fulfillment of His will for her life.
Matt Ritter: Matt as it was reported is like his mother a diabetic. He is required to take medication, and we pray that this will enable him to function fully at his job, as a High School principal, and as music director at the church. Lift Matt up to the Lord that God may lay His hands upon him, and that he be encouraged by the power of prayer. 

Dewey Powers: Dewey is doing much better after his second stay in the hospital, he is now taking chemotherapy, but as of yet I don't know what the results have been.  Enjoying the fellowship of many of his brothers and sisters in Christ. Pray that God would intercede in the difficulties that Dewey is dealing with and that the Lord would give him strength to deal with whatever comes his way. No new updates.

Helen Stanley: Concerning news, my sister in Christ had no new updates to share, but we do have a wonderful praise report from Helen, her 86 year old uncle is no longer one of the unsaved, but has asked that Jesus would save him from his sins, Her concerns as always if for her family and not for herself, even though she is suffering from cancer. We thank you Lord, that we know all things are possible with You, and that the power of prayer is great and awesome. After her visit to the Oncologist last week, Helen was told that the results of the cyber knife chemotherapy would not be known until Dec. 10th Also: Let us remember her two sons, Nathan and Ronnie who are lost along with her brother Elvis who has a number of health problems. But  no matter the medical problems that they are enduring, their greatest problem is sin thus they do not know the Lord as their Savior. Regardless of the medical problems we pray for them to be saved, and that God would heal them according to his will for their lives. Also; Pray that Helen will be strengthened and renewed by His mighty hand.  We continue to pray for the salvation of all of those amongst them  who are lost.  
James Blansett: Cousin to Helen Stanley has Lung cancer, along with congestive heart failure, that his breathing is greatly restricted and difficult  and especially since the doctor told him he only had six months to live and that has been a year ago, Praise God, As we pray for James, let us remember that our God is in control, and no one knows what His will is for James other than Him. Let us pray that in all these things those who love and care for him will find peace and comfort through the power of our Lord. Let us ask God, who is in control bless him with the things that he has need especially his salvation.

Wayne  Short: Wayne has been diagnosed with A-fib, and his heart may only be functioning at 1/3 of its ability, and may require an electrical shock to get it back working. Please pray for all of the requests that Helen has lifted up to the Lord, for she has the belief, faith, and trust that the Lord will answer them according to His timing and His will. Pray that in the upcoming appointment that Wayne will find out something more definitive  from the doctor. 
Ms. Swefredraeya Joy and family, for their many needs, for this is a Christian family in Saudi Arabia where Christianity. Even though she doesn't speak of it, I would believe they face a great deal of persecution. Pray and ask the  Lord that whatever their needs are that He will see to them according to His will. Please continue in prayer for this family in Saudi 

William McFall: Is a  diabetic after having a partial of his leg, seems to be doing well since the surgery. We pray that for all of his needs as he heals from the surgery that he turn to the Lord in all things, to heal him body and mind, and soul, and that all those around him continue to lift him up in prayer daily. No update for this request.

Debbie Tucker: Debbie knows now that she has no hope of having a surgery that would repair her leg and allow her to walk. So let her be content with the fact that she will be a long term resident at Heritage Hall Nursing Home.  She is being attentive to the word of God, and doing her best to study and be obedient to the truth that the Lord shares in His Holy Word.

Angie Stevens: Our friend and sister in Christ who is battling diabetes, is recovering well from her stay in the hospital, and was with us to take part in the worshiping of the Lord this morning. Keep her in prayer that she might feel the presence of God and know the peace that He has in store for her. That she might endure in the facing of these struggles.

Don Ross: We lift this young man up to our Lord in prayer because of a caring, and loving mother who knows that he may have to return to prison for a parole violation. He has fulfilled one of his requirements and that is to have a job.Let us ask God for His favor, that he would seek the salvation of the Lord and  that what ever comes of the hearing in August, that he would stand up calling on God to enable him to bear with the consequences of what the Parole Board decides. that he will find strength through the presence of the Lord in his life.  
Bonnie Hitt: Bonnie was hospitalized for a knee operation that went bad, and got infected, and they had to amputate the lower part of her leg. Now that she finds herself in a rehabilitation facility, we ask that you pray that God would lift her spirits, and provide encouragement that she might be able to overcome the outcome from this operation that went wrong. Pray for her physical and mental healing that she will not lose heart.

Brayden Schofield: A six year old young boy, who had developed some liaisons on his arm, and upon investigation it was found that he had  bone cancer, and now sadly to say it has spread to one of his lungs. Please pray that the mercy and grace of God will be poured out on this young boy. Continue praying as this young body battles this debilltating disease of cancer.

To everyone who reads these posts, and prays for all who are on the Prayer List, let them rejoice in the Lord and give to Him the praise that His name is deserving of. For God is good, and He is good all the time. AMEN.
Also; It is my hope and prayer that if anyone of you, who are facing difficulties in your life, that no matter what, you will put your hope and trust in the Lord, letting His name be praised. And for those who don't know Him as there Savior, let them seek His face that they be saved, strengthened, and redeemed, by the shed blood of the Lord Jesus Christ. AMEN. 
To God be the Glory. We thank God for each bit of good news for the people on the prayer list. We know that His presence has endowed the Doctors to know and make the wise decisions that cover the treatments for each one on the prayer list and all others who are facing afflictions in their lives, and we know that God is at work in each of the lives on the prayer list granting them a part of His infinite grace and continuing to bless the doctors with the knowledge and wisdom that they need so that they can share with us the very best that we are granted, the best of care by the grace and mercies of our Lord.
I thank the Lord for each bit of good news that we   receive for each person, and the changes that have occurred  in each of their lives. I also thank the Lord for His presence with us whether in life or death, because we know that in all things the will of God is perfect. AMEN.
Let this be a special prayer for our nation, that our leaders, no matter who they are, that they will be convicted through the righteousness of God's word, and be reminded that the Lord is Master over  all things  and that they would understand that He is the one who has given them authority to govern the people of this Nation. And let this be not for political leaders only, but all leaders; Spiritual, Business, Military, and all those who serve that they will seek the Lord. Also; Let it be known that as Christians and citizens we should be setting an example for others to see and follow, so that we can have a truly God fearing, God following relationship with God for our country once again. AMEN.
Continue to proclaim the name of Jesus all throughout the year, that He be lifted up. For Jesus has said; If we confess Him before men, He will confess us before His Father who is in heaven. And if we deny Him before men, He will deny us before His Father who is in heaven. Matthew 10: 32,33; In all these things, let us give God the glory. AMEN.
Remember this page is for anyone who is suffering or having problems that you would like prayer for. Or if you have a praise report thanking God, for a blessing for your life or someone you know, we will be glad to add it in. Just plan on getting the requests in by Fridays if at all possible, and I will do my best to see that they are added on the following weeks  prayer list beginning on Sunday afternoon.
Rev. Leonard A. Young
Administrator and Editor
The Gospel Ministry Prayer List.
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