40 Days for Life

October 7, 2012

From Anglican Priests for Life:

O Heavenly Father, we pray this day for the children of the world. We pray that Thou wilt protect, guide, and provide for those children who are unwanted, unloved, abandoned or abused. We pray for those children who have been left unguarded by being orphaned. We pray for those most in peril, the unborn. Spare them, O Father, from the dangers of disease and drugs, an uncaring mother or father, but most of all from an untimely death at the hands of another. Replenish Thy Church, O God, with a fruitful offspring so that the Church may resound with the joy of their small voices that will one day turn to prayer unto thee, O Lord. Amen

Source: Fr. Sack OSF, Louisville, Ky.


Psalm 128

October 7, 2012

Blessed is every one who fears the LORD, who walks in his ways. (Psalm 128:1)
      LORD, please help us daily walk in your ways.

When you eat the labor of your hands, you shall be happy, and it shall be well with you. (Psalm 128:2)
      Holy Spirit, help us to enjoy and be blessed by our work and our labor.

Your wife shall be like a fruitful vine in the very heart of your house, your children like olive plants all around your table. (Psalm 128:3)
      Father, thank you for all the children and grandchildren you have given us. Help us to be faithful and effective witnesses to them.

Behold, thus shall the man be blessed who fears the LORD. (Psalm 128:4)
      Jesus, help us enter into this blessing.

The LORD bless you out of Zion, and may you see the good of Jerusalem all the days of your life. (Psalm 128:5)
      Holy Spirit, we pray for your peace in Jerusalem and in the Middle East.

      Father, I pray for the peace of Jerusalem. May they prosper that love you. Peace be inside your city walls and prosperity within your palaces. And for the sake of my brothers and companions, I will say, “Peace be with you, Jerusalem.” Because of the house of the LORD our God, I will seek to do you good. (See Psalm 122:6-9)

Yes, may you see your children’s children. Peace be upon Israel! (Psalm 128:6)
      Thank you, Father, for the blessing of seeing our children and our children’s children.

A word received: Rest in me. I AM your strength and your rest.

Sunday: 118 * 145; Hosea 13:4-14: 1 Cor. 2:6-16: Matt. 14:1-12
HC: Mark 10:2-9; Hebrews 2:(1-8 )9-18; Genesis 2:18-24; Ps. 8 or Ps. 128
Monday: 106:1-18 * 106:19-48; Hosea 14:1-9: Acts 22:30-23:11: Luke 6:39-49

      Notes from the Front Line

***** Prayer Table, Zion ,Colton— Cold Brook Drive, South Colton, Wed. Oct. 3,2012 ,mid 60’s Overcast, Joann E. Ferris

Harold— Sure Would !! (like prayer)— financial. I prayed for him in the diesel dump truck he was driving.–stopped across the street.

a —Pat —the cold she had. Protection for those attending the Level of Healing Prayer she is facilating next week. Protection for her as she facilates and hosts this Level.

Doug and Joan — as they go about their day and the deeds they do for others.

All the Town workers — as they trucked sand passing by several times.

the four wheeler — as it went by using the state highway.

***** Christ Church Schenectady Prayer Table Report, Saturday, October 6, 2012, 9:10 – 10:30 a.m. Bob Baker of Open Arms Baptist and Torre Bissell of Christ Church Schenectady on State St. and Candy Palumbo of Trinity Watervliet and Mark Pasko of St. Michael’s Colonie on Albany St.

+–indicates received a wooden cross made by Dennis Adams of North Carolina
a–anointed with Holy Water

State St.

+a Sharon — “For peace.”

Candy — for her son Michael who stopped smoking two weeks ago and for all his needs.

+a Katy (regular, wearing a warm sweater) — We prayed that she would be God’s woman.

Steve — for protection and provision

+a Anthony — We prayed that he will be steady in what he should be doing.

+a Tyson (young man) — He came to ask prayer for his brother, Timothy, who is in Afghanistan. [A carry-over from last week.]

Connie — We prayed for self-discipline.

+a George [He already had a Dennis Adams cross on.] — He asked for and received forgiveness for his sins and knew that he had been made clean by the blood of Jesus.

Bob — We prayed for his mom.

+a Harry [He was like and empty shell.] — “Everything”

Paula (regular) — Called out for prayer as she was driving by.

+a Mahendra (teenage boy) — [I have no idea whether he is Christian or Hindu. This is the second time he has come for prayer. He rode up on his bike and afterwards went back the way he had come. I think he is seeking God.]

a Howard — We prayed that he would be set free from a cold.

+a Anthony (young man doing community service at Christ Church) — He gave his life to Jesus again.

+a Sharda (Guyanese woman) — She is a Lutheran and wants to start going to church again. We told her where Zion Lutheran is on Nott Terrace but she asked if it was OK to come to Christ Church since it was so close. We said, “Yes,” and invited her to come.

+a Eric (man) — “Well-being.”

+a Roberto — “Health, and for my family.”

a Emmanuel (regular) — We prayed that he would be zapped by the Holy Spirit.

Albany St.

++++ Thadeus, Kiki, Omari, Marget — We prayed for family blessings.

++++++ Gerson (father) — We prayed for him, his wife and their four children — prayed for family needs.

+Tina — We prayed for blessings for a good day.

+ Sharese — We prayed for daily blessings.

+ Macolm — We prayed for a job for him and for his drug addiction.

+ Kirsten — We prayed for her sister Kailyn
Rishi (regular) — We prayed for his wife Felicia for her schooling at Cobleskill.
Shishon — We prayed for daily blessings.

+ Avi — We prayed for daily blessing.

++++ Asharah (mother), James (5 years old), Satin (2 years old), and Serenity (baby) — We prayed for this family.

***** Date: Sat, 06 Oct 2012
From: Nigel Mumford
Subject: aily quote
      Listen to the silence.
      What do you hear?
      I don’t know what you are hearing.
      But I know what I am hearing.
      The silence can be deafening.
      The silence can be lonely.
      The silence can be peaceful and fulfilling.
      The silence can be recharging.
      The silence is present in the now.
      The silence can speak.
      Listen again to the silence.
      Get reacquainted with the silence.
      Get acquainted with God in the silence.
      Take time out of your busy and noisy day to listen to the silence.
      Be at peace, dear soul, with the silence.
      Be at peace, dear soul, with your silence.
      Listen to the silence.
      What do you hear?
      “Speak Lord for your servant is listening.” (1 Samuel 3:9)

Albany Intercessor


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