Psalm 37:1-5

October 24, 2013

Do not fret because of evildoers, nor be envious of the workers of iniquity. (Psalm 37:1)
      Holy Spirit, set us free from fretting, anxiety, and envy.

For they shall soon be cut down like the grass, and wither as the green herb. (Psalm 37:2)
      Father, I trust in you and your justice and mercy.

Trust in the LORD, and do good; dwell in the land, and feed on his faithfulness. (Psalm 37:3)
      Lord Jesus, I place my trust in you. Help me by your Holy Spirit to daily do good and feed on your faithfulness.

Delight yourself also in the LORD, and he shall give you the desires of your heart. (Psalm 37:4)
      LORD, you are my delight and the desire of my heart. All my springs are in you (Psalm 87:7b). Help me to spend time with you daily so that I may be refreshed and refresh others with your streams of living water.

Commit your way to the LORD, trust also in him, and he shall bring it to pass. (Psalm 37:5)
      Father, Son and Holy Spirit, I commit my way to you and trust you to bring to pass all that you desire for me.

Thursday: 37:1-18 * 37:19-42; Ezra 1:1-11; 1 Cor. 16:1-9; Matt. 12:15-21
Friday: 31 * 35; Ezra 3:1-13; 1 Cor. 16:10-24; Matt. 12:22-32

      Notes from the Front Line

***** Cathedral Prayer Report, 10-23-2013, Cold and Breezy, Candy Palumbo, dcn Su Plaske, Beth Collum, Jana Lingo, Hilda Hardy

Heather – operation nov. 20

Connie & Kris – Terika, Jim, Roy, Jackie, Robin, Elaine, Harold, Karl, Kevin – healing

Jana – safe travels

Jenifer and Haley – healing

Candy & Family spiritual growth, Discernment, and provisions

Dan – Son Ben and Vanessa- important decisons

***** From: Rev’d. Nigel Mumford+
Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Subject: Thank you for your prayers four years ago today.
Dear Souls,
      I write on this day thanking God for your prayers. It was four years ago today that I was in the ICU struggling to stay alive with the H1N1 swine flu having been in a coma for three weeks. It was Friday 10/23/09 that I started total organ failure. My kidneys and liver stopped working. I am told I was less than an hour to death. It was Sunday 10/25/09 that I started to rally and the doctors realized I would live.
      I have no doubt whatsoever that I am alive because of corporate prayer. Your prayers saved my life. Of this I shall be forever grateful.
      On reflection I feel like like the unnamed paralytic who was lowered down through the roof for Jesus to heal. Mark 2:1-12 I was lowered not by four friends but by four thousand friends… I find it amazing that I am still hearing stories of what happened.
      I send a heartfelt thank you to all who prayed this night for me. Your prayers saved my life of this I have no doubt.
      It is so strange to boil this all down to two words but after four years this is what I tell God every day:
      “THANK YOU.” or the longer version: Thank you God, Thank you Jesus, Thank you Holy Spirit, thank you Holy Trinity. Thank you people of God.
      God bless you and keep praying. You know it works! In His healing Grace, Rev. Nigel+

Albany Intercessor

Archbishop Duncan’s Surgery reported to have gone well

October 24, 2013

There’s a short update on Bishop Duncan at Anglican Ink

Dear Friends of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh,

We received news tonight from Canon Jack Lamanog that the Archbishop’s surgery went well. He will remain in the hospital to continue recovering. The tentative plan is for him to be well enough to return home on Saturday. Please continue to pray for His Grace and also for Nara, who has not had much rest since her arrival to Nairobi.

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