Another Advent Family Devotional book: Prepare Him Room, Celebrating the Birth of Jesus with Your Family

October 31, 2014

Tim Challies recommended this at his blog today. It looks excellent and solid.

prepare him room


It’s currently on sale at Wesminster Seminary Bookstore, and is also available at Amazon.

There’s a very helpful 13 page sample that you can download (PDF), which helps you get a feel for the book.

Here’s a brief summary about the book copied from the sample I downloaded.

This book comprises thirteen family Advent devotionals—three for each of the four weeks of Advent and one more for Christmas—as well as an original Christmas short story called “Bartimaeus: AChristmas Story” for your family to enjoy. Each week, the first devotional explores a significant Old Testament prophecy that foretells the coming of our Savior. The second highlights an announcement of the birth of the Savior or his mission, and the third explores a way the earlier prophecy and announcement have been fulfilled in the life of Christ.
Each day features the lyrics of a traditional Christmas carol,in addition to several new songs, that follow the theme of that week’sdevotions. The companion CD,Prepare Him Room: Celebrating theBirth of Jesus in Song, includes the new songs, as well as updated arrangements and new verses to some of the older carols for you to enjoy and sing with your family throughout the Christmas season. Instructions are included on how to make and incorporate anAdvent wreath into your family times.
This is now the third Advent book for family devotions / family activities which we’ve posted in the past month.
Here is a link to find all the Advent books we’ve posted.

Luke 12, Nehemiah 1, and Psalm 40

October 31, 2014

10/27/2014, #7, 4th Quarter 2014

And He said to them, “Take heed and beware of covetousness, for one’s life does not consist in the abundance of the things he possesses.” (Luke 12:15)
      Holy Spirit, help us as a people to recognize the truth of what Jesus is saying to us.

Then He spoke a parable to them, saying: “The ground of a certain rich man yielded plentifully. And he thought within himself, saying, ‘What shall I do, since I have no room to store my crops?’ So he said, ‘I will do this: I will pull down my barns and build greater, and there I will store all my crops and my goods. And I will say to my soul, “Soul, you have many goods laid up for many years; take your ease; eat, drink, and be merry.” ‘ But God said to him, ‘Fool! This night your soul will be required of you; then whose will those things be which you have provided?’ So is he who lays up treasure for himself, and is not rich toward God.” (Luke 12:16-21)
      Lord, we live in a poverty stricken country — rich in things and poor in spirit. Have mercy upon us.

Consider the lilies, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin; and yet I say to you, even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. (Luke 12:27)

But seek the kingdom of God, and all these things shall be added to you. Do not fear, little flock, for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom. Sell what you have and give alms; provide yourselves money bags which do not grow old, a treasure in the heavens that does not fail, where no thief approaches nor moth destroys. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. (Luke 12:31-33)
      Father, move our hearts to seek after your kingdom.

And I said: “I pray, LORD God of heaven, O great and awesome God, you who keep your covenant and mercy with those who love you and observe your commandments, please let your ear be attentive and your eyes open, that you may hear the prayer of your servant which I pray before you now, day and night, for the children of the Episcopal Church your servants, and confess the sins of the children of Episcopal Church which we have sinned against you. Both my father’s house and I have sinned. We have acted very corruptly against you, and have not kept the commandments, the statutes, nor the ordinances which you commanded your servants Moses and Jesus. Remember, I pray, the word that you commanded your servant Moses, saying, ‘If you are unfaithful, I will scatter you among the nations; but if you return to me, and keep my commandments and do them, though some of you were cast out to the farthest part of the heavens, yet I will gather them from there, and bring them to the place which I have chosen as a dwelling for my name.’ Now these are your servants and your people, whom you have redeemed by your great power, and by your strong hand. O Lord, I pray, please let your ear be attentive to the prayer of your servant, and to the prayer of your servants who desire to fear your name; and let your servant prosper this day, I pray,” (Nehemiah 1:5-11a adapted)
      Holy Father, we are a church that is being scattered day by day. Restore us, bring us back to you.

He also brought me up out of a horrible pit, out of the miry clay, and set my feet upon a rock, and established my steps. (Psalm 40:2)
      LORD, establish my steps.

WORD: You are in my care — keep looking to me for help.
WORD: Come to me; let me help you with your labors.
WORD: Don’t be afraid.
WORD: Look to me.

Daily Lectionary
Friday: 69:1-23(24-30)31-38 * 73; Ecclus. 50:1,11-24 or Ezra 7:27-28, 8:21-36; Rev. 17:1-18; Luke 13:31-35
Saturday: 75, 76 * 23, 27; Ecclus. 51:1-12 or Ezra 9:1-15; Rev. 18:1-14; Luke 14:1-11;

      Notes from the Front Lines

***** Please pray for the ill and the dying caused by Ebola in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, and elsewhere. It is decimating whole communities. Pray for wisdom and compassion for the governments of the world as they confront this epidemic.

***** Schenectady City Mission Prayer Table Report, Thursday, October 30, 2014, 4:50 – 6:10 p.m.. Torre and Jean Bissell, and Chuck Rinaldo from Christ Church Schenectady. This took place during the evening meal at the City Mission.

+–indicates received a wooden cross made by Dennis Adams of North Carolina

Kermit (man) — “Hope for my girlfriend.”

Dan (staff) — We prayed for his daughter’s marriage.

Ted (volunteer) — “For everybody.” His granddaughter Camille is having all of her old mercury based fillings drilled out and replaced with newer materials.

+Stephen (young man who has prayed for us) — We prayed for courage for him to share the gospel. He blessed us with joy.

Sandra (young woman) — “Pray for my mom Frances. She has cancer.”

+Michael (man) — “My wife has been dead for 6 years and I miss her so much.”

+++Ricos (young man) — Pray for Go to watch over me and my family and friends.”

+Clarence (man) — “For a job and for my son [who is in jail up the street] that he will get out of jail.”

Albany Intercessor

New Advent Resource for 2014: Ann Voskamp’s “Unwrapping the Greatest Gift”

October 31, 2014

Note:  This book is Currently ON SALE at Christian Book Distributors (save 40%)


Looking to start a new Advent family tradition?

Ann Voskamp’s newly updated Advent devotional book may be just what you need.  It teaches about how to make Jesse Trees, provides ornaments and daily devotionals for each day, as well as suggestions for family activities. It’s only available in hardcover, so it’s an investment, but this could easily become a yearly family Advent tradition, so I think it’s worth the investment – less than $1 per day of Advent…


Unwrapping the Greatest Gift

Unwrapping Greatest Gift

Ann Voskamp is the author of two NY Times Bestselling devotional books, a popular speaker, and blogger. (Her blog is A Holy Experience).  Her bestselling books are:

  • 1000 Gifts, focusing on the importance of gratitude
  • The Greatest Gift, an encouraging Advent devotional (for adults) – I read it last Advent and really enjoyed it.  It was spiritually refreshing and helped me find moments of quiet and rest to keep Advent holy.



Prayer collections on Autism and Neurologic Disease

October 31, 2014

One of our primary blog contributors here at Lent & Beyond, Jill Woodliff, has a special concern (personal and professional) for Autism and Neurologic disorders. Over the years, she has written over a hundred prayers related to Autism and Neurologic Disease and injury.

I’ve created tags now to make it easier to find those prayer collections.

Neurologic Disease

Also, there is this menu of about 90 prayers for Neurologic Disease and healing (not all of these prayers are tagged yet).

Diocese of South Carolina

October 30, 2014

Awaiting the results of litigation–

Proverbs 14:30 (ESV)
A tranquil heart gives life to the flesh,
but envy makes the bones rot.

O Lord, bless the Diocese of South Carolina with a tranquil heart. Amen.

Ebola prayer–Roads of praise and healing

October 29, 2014

On the destruction of Jerusalem–
Lamentations 1:4 (NLT)
The roads to Jerusalem are in mourning,
for crowds no longer come to celebrate the festivals.
The city gates are silent,
her priests groan,
her young women are crying—
how bitter is her fate!

At the Triumphant Entry–
Luke 19:36-40 (ESV)
And as he rode along, they spread their cloaks on the road. As he was drawing near—already on the way down the Mount of Olives—the whole multitude of his disciples began to rejoice and praise God with a loud voice for all the mighty works that they had seen, saying, “Blessed is the King who comes in the name of the Lord! Peace in heaven and glory in the highest!” And some of the Pharisees in the crowd said to him, “Teacher, rebuke your disciples.” He answered, “I tell you, if these were silent, the very stones would cry out.”

Blessed is the King who comes in the name of the Lord! Peace in heaven and glory in the highest! Worthy is the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the Root of David, for you were slain, and by your blood you ransomed people for God from every tribe and language and people and nation.
O Lamb of God, with seven horns and with seven eyes, we thank You for ransoming Your children in Sierra Leone, Liberia, Mali, and Guinea! We invite You to travel the roads of western Africa.
From roads of mourning to roads of praise and healing, Lord. With You, nothing is impossible. Amen.

Diocese of South Carolina

October 28, 2014

At the portico of the temple, Solomon erected two bronze pillars. The capitals at the top of the pillars were shaped like lilies. The pillars were named Jakin (He establishes) and Boaz (in Him is strength).
On the destruction of the temple by Babylon–
Jeremiah 52:22-23
The bronze capital on top of each pillar was 7 1⁄2 feet high and was decorated with a network of bronze pomegranates all the way around. There were 96 pomegranates on the sides, and a total of 100 pomegranates on the network around the top.

There were 196 pomegranates at the top of each pillar. 196 x 2=392.

On the return of the exiles from Babylon–
Ezra 2:58
All the temple servants and the sons of Solomon’s servants were 392.

The Lord establishes, and in Him is strength. The Lord is good. His unfailing love continues forever, and his faithfulness continues to each generation.
We acknowledge You, Lord, as God. You made us, and we are Yours. We are Your people, the sheep of Your pasture.
We lift up the Diocese of South Carolina in this season of waiting. May they go into Your courts with praise, give thanks to You, and praise Your name. Bless the Diocese of South Carolina with fruitfulness, in every understanding of the word. Amen.
Psalm 100

Zechariah 1:1-3 and Ezekiel 11:17-20

October 27, 2014

In the eighth month of the second year of Darius, the word of the LORD came to Zechariah the son of Berechiah, the son of Iddo the prophet, saying, “The LORD has been very angry with your fathers. Therefore say to them, ‘Thus says the LORD of hosts: “Return to me,” says the LORD of hosts, “and I will return to you,” says the LORD of hosts. (Zechariah 1:1-3)
      LORD, you are rightfully angry with us. Help us return to you.

Therefore say, ‘Thus says the Lord GOD: “I will gather you from the peoples, assemble you from the countries where you have been scattered, and I will give you the land of Israel.” ‘ And they will go there, and they will take away all its detestable things and all its abominations from there. Then I will give them one heart, and I will put a new spirit within them, and take the stony heart out of their flesh, and give them a heart of flesh, that they may walk in my statutes and keep my judgments and do them; and they shall be my people, and I will be their God. (Ezekiel 11:17-20)
      Lord Jesus, the Episcopal Church is being scattered and has gone after many abominations. Have mercy on us, restore us, and give us hearts of flesh in place of our hearts of stone. Then we shall be your people and walk in your ways.

WORD: Care for the widow and the orphan and the poor and stranger among you.
WORD: Hear me, my people, I AM speaking to you.
WORD: Do not be afraid of the wicked; for I see them.
Luke 10:2 WORD: Pray for laborers to go forth into my harvest fields.
WORD: Pray for the teachers to be taught by me.
WORD: Come to me and know me.

Daily Lectionary
Monday: 41,52 * 44; Ecclus. 19:4-17 or Zech. 1:7-17: Rev. 11:1-14: Luke 11:14-26
Tuesday: 45 * 47,48; Ecclus. 24:1-12 or Ezra 5:1-17: Rev. 11:14-19: Luke 11:27-36

      Notes from the Front Lines

***** Please pray for the ill and the dying caused by Ebola in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, and elsewhere. It is decimating whole communities. Pray for wisdom and compassion for the governments of the world as they confront this epidemic.

***** Christ Church Schenectady Prayer Table Report, Saturday, October 25, 2014, 9:15 – 10:30 a.m. Mark Pasko and Torre Bissell on State St. Sparkling clear day

+–indicates received a wooden cross made by Dennis Adams of North Carolina
a–indicates was anointed with Holy Water
199–“199 Promises of God”, a small paperback with encouraging quotes from the Bible
w–indicates received warm clothing (hat, gloves, scarf, etc.)

+ 199 Jazz (an old man worn out by life’s battles)

+ Kenny and + Brian (2 young men) — We prayed for joy for them and that they will grow into the men God wants them to be.

+ 199 Edmund (young man) and + Kenny (young man) — Both asked prayer for guidance and protection.

Mary (woman) — We prayed for freedom from oppression.

+ a 199 Stephen (young man) — He wanted to renew his commitment to Jesus but when it came to confessing his sins to Jesus he said, “I don’t know where to begin.” We told him to start any place. He did and spent a lengthy time with his head bowed in prayer. He asked for and accepted God’s forgiveness and adoption. He is facing a legal matter down-state. He went away much happier than when he came.

+Chelsea (young woman) — We prayed for God’s blessing on her. + Kimberly (young woman) — We prayed for her father Charles who has cancer.

+ Tyrell (man) — He asked prayer that things will go well for him. We gave him God’s blessing.

+ a José (man) — He asked prayer for good health and for his living conditions.

+ Mary (woman) — Her husband just had a hip replacement. She asked prayer that he will walk again. + Josephine (woman) — She asked prayer for her son Gershon and for health.

+ 199 Donna (woman) — She asked prayer for God’s blessing for Josiah (his wife just died of cancer)

+ 199 Malcom (Older man) — He was initially unwilling to give his life to Jesus because he did not want to be a hypocrite (because of the sin in his past). We explained that confessing his sins to Jesus and asking for and accepting God’s forgiveness would cover all that. He then went ahead and gave his life to Jesus confessing his sins. When he got up from the prayer table he called to two friends across the street and told them to come over for prayer (which they did).

+ a 199 w Tyrone (Older man) — We prayed for God’s blessing on him. + w Enola (woman) — We prayed for good health and strength for each new day.

+ Lisa and + James — They drove up and parked near us in the lot and got out to ask for prayer. They are both going through a lot and are moving to Georgia.

+ Angie (woman) — “For me and my family to be healthy.”

***** Christ Church Neighborhood Meal, October 26, 2014 – Chuck & Theresa Rinaldo

+ – Cross

Germaine – It was his 41st birthday and we asked that God bless him.

Judy asked for prayer for her son Michael who is in jail. He is 23 years old and doesn’t know the Lord. She asked for protection for him and for the Lord to make himself known to him while he is in prison.

++ Stephanie wants to be able to provide for her children. Just found a house and prayed for a smooth transition (she is in a hotel right now). Asked for God’s continued provision. Doesn’t want to live in subsidized housing. We prayed the Lord would watch over her children; daughter, Sadie (1 year) and son, Jaleel (2 years) who has down-syndrome and needs to get medical services he requires. We prayed the Lord would direct her path, and for him to continue working in her life, opening doors she should enter and closing those she should not.

++++ Sharon continues to ask prayer for her health. She is having problems with her eyes, she has asthma/COPD and the doctors are trying to determine if she is able to have surgery on her arm. We pray for clarity and discernment for the doctors for her to be able to have the surgery she much needs to have.

+ A young man came in at the end of neighborhood meal, asking for prayer for a girl who had been abducted. Not sure of all detail, whether a relative. But Lord, we know you are aware of all of the details and ask for protection for her and for her to return unharmed. Peace for this young man.

Albany Intercessor

Diocese of South Carolina

October 27, 2014

Awaiting results of litigation–

Lamentations 3:59 (ESV)

You have seen the wrong done to me, O Lord; judge my cause.

We entrust this litigation to You, O Lord.  Amen.

Ebola prayer–Every morning

October 27, 2014

Psalm 90:12-14 (ESV)

So teach us to number our days
that we may get a heart of wisdom.
Return, O Lord! How long?
Have pity on your servants!
Satisfy us in the morning with your steadfast love,
that we may rejoice and be glad all our days.

Our Father in heaven,

We thank You for the precious gift of time.  We thank You for the gift of time set apart as sacred, the Sabbath.  Bless the Christians in Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Mali, that they may keep the Sabbath holy.

Return to Your servants in Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Mali, O Lord!  How long?  Have pity, we pray.

Your steadfast love never ceases; Your mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.

“The Lord is my portion,” says my soul, “therefore I will hope in him.”  We hope in You for Liberia, Sierra Leone, Mali, and Guinea.  Amen.

Lamentations 3:22-24

Diocese of South Carolina

October 26, 2014

Awaiting outcome of litigation–

Psalm 97:11 (ESV)

Light is sown for the righteous,
and joy for the upright in heart.

May it be so in the Diocese of South Carolina, dear Lord.  Amen.


October 25, 2014

Tensions in Jerusalem and the West Bank

Psalm 93  (NLT)

1 The Lord is king! He is robed in majesty.
Indeed, the Lord is robed in majesty and armed with strength.
The world stands firm
and cannot be shaken.
2 Your throne, O Lord, has stood from time immemorial.
You yourself are from the everlasting past.
3 The floods have risen up, O Lord.
The floods have roared like thunder;
the floods have lifted their pounding waves.
4 But mightier than the violent raging of the seas,
mightier than the breakers on the shore—
the Lord above is mightier than these!
5 Your royal laws cannot be changed.
Your reign, O Lord, is holy forever and ever.

Lord God Almighty,

Robed in majesty, seated in heaven, You have reigned from time immemorial. You are worthy, O Lord our God, to receive glory and honor and power. For you created all things, and they exist because you created what you pleased.

Jerusalem is a well-built city.  There is a seamlessness between the supernatural and the natural realms that we do not fully comprehend.  All the tribes of Israel—the Lord’s people—make their pilgrimage here.  They come to give thanks to the name of the Lord, as the law requires of Israel.  Here stand the thrones where judgment is given, the thrones of the dynasty of David.

You will be to Jerusalem a wall of fire all around and the glory in her midst. Your royal laws cannot be changed.  Peace within Jerusalem’s walls and prosperity in her palaces!

Blessing and honor and glory and power belong to the one sitting on the throne and to the Lamb forever and ever.  Amen.

Revelation 4:11, 5:13, Psalm 122, Zechariah 2:3-5

Ebola prayer–Jeremiah 43:7

October 25, 2014

Jeremiah 43:7 (NLT)

The people refused to obey the voice of the Lord and went to Egypt, going as far as the city of Tahpanhes.

Tahpanhes or Tahapanes or Tehaphnehes = “thou will fill hands with pity”

Dear Father,

Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea have certainly had their hands filled with pity.   We are mere mortals and do not understand these mysteries.  If this epidemic is somehow connected to disobedience to the word of God, then reveal to the prophets of the land what You would have them do and grant them the courage and the means to fulfill Your call.

Have mercy, Lord, for we see through a glass darkly.  Have mercy on Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Mali.  Amen.

Luke 10:38-42

October 24, 2014

Now it happened as they went that He entered a certain village; and a certain woman named Martha welcomed him into her house. (Luke 10:38 )
      Holy Spirit, please help us welcome Jesus into our home as Martha did.

      Jesus, you are welcome here.

And she had a sister called Mary, who also sat at Jesus’ feet and heard his word. But Martha was distracted with much serving, and she approached him and said, “Lord, do you not care that my sister has left me to serve alone? Therefore tell her to help me.” (Luke 10:39-40)
      Jesus, help me listen to you as Mary did. Help me put aside all distractions so that I may hear you.

And Jesus answered and said to her, “Martha, Martha, you are worried and troubled about many things. But one thing is needed, and Mary has chosen that good part, which will not be taken away from her.” (Luke 10:41-42)
      Father, please help me make the better choice that Mary made. Thank you.

WORD: Come to me — let me be your guide today.
WORD: Do not be afraid of the wicked; for I see them.
WORD: Pray for my word to lodge in your heart.
Luke 10:2 WORD: Pray for laborers to go forth into my harvest fields.
WORD: Pray for the teachers to be taught by me.
Matthew 22:37-40 WORD: Let loving me and loving your neighbor become the priorities of your life.

Daily Lectionary
Friday: 31 * 35; Ecclus. 11:2-20 or Ezra 3:1-13: Rev. 9:13-21: Luke 10:38-42
Saturday: 30, 32 * 42, 43; Ecclus. 15:9-20 or Ezra 4:7,11-24: Rev. 10:1-11: Luke 11:1-13

      Notes from the Front Lines

***** Please pray for the ill and the dying caused by Ebola in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, and elsewhere. It is decimating whole communities. Pray for wisdom and compassion for the governments of the world as they confront this epidemic.

***** Schenectady City Mission Prayer Table Report, Thursday, October 23, 2014, 5:05 – 6:30 p.m.. Torre and Jean Bissell, and Chuck Rinaldo from Christ Church Schenectady. This took place during the evening meal at the City Mission.

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

Ted (volunteer) — We prayed for his granddaughter Camille (she has been suffering from Lyme’s disease for a year and a half). She is getting all her mercury fillings coated. This week Ted was able to help a resident of the Mission move his hospital equipment to his room in the mission.

199 Stephen (young man) — He came over and prayed for Torre. He said Torre prayed for so many others; Torre needed someone to pray for him. He said he could tell Torre was burdened. Stephen was converted while in state prison and was baptized there December 24th, 2012. He reads the Bible daily and prays. He took a “199” to pass on to someone else.

199 (man at the table next to us) — He asked for a copy of the “199”.

Leroy (regular) — We prayed that he would get his own apartment; he is currently living with his son. We prayed for stability in his finances. He is walking better though still using a cane.

Torre, Jean, and Chuck — We prayed for the upcoming women’s conference at Christ Church Schenectady.

+ 199 B Levi (young man, 30) — Levi came to us just as we were packing up to go. He asked how he could honor his mother when she was a drug addict. His father is dead and Levi had spent years in foster care. He wants to be a good father to his children but he is burdened by the past. We led him to give his burdens and sins to Jesus and once again accept Jesus as his Lord and Savior. He asked for forgiveness of his sins and slowly accepted God’s forgiveness. We showed him that when he accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior that God the Father adopted him as his child (Romans 8:15) — that he was no longer a foster child (his previous self-identity), and that he now had a permanent father who loved him and would always be there for him. This brought him to tears. We gave him a Bible with “I am not a foster child. Rom 8:15” written on the front cover.

***** Christ the King ECUMENICAL HEALING SERVICE, Tuesday, OCT 28, at 10:00 a.m. St. Michael’s and All Angels Chapel (formerly the Main Chapel)
      10/28 Deacon Mark Chesnut — Mark is currently a transitional deacon, due to be ordained to the priesthood December 14, 2014. He is serving as Deacon at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Johnstown, New York. He also operates a real estate appraisal business in Albany and lives with his wife, Darlene, in Niskayuna. The topic of Mark’s homily emerges from Mark 5:1-20: the demon possessed man.
      The Healing Service includes Praise and Worship, Scripture, Teaching; opportunity for Holy Communion, Anointing, Personal Prayer ministry, and Reconciliation. Buffet lunch ($10.65 inc. tax) can be purchased at the Welcome Center beginning at 11:30. All are welcome.
      Christ the King Spiritual Life Center is a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Albany, located at 575 Burton Road, Greenwich, N.Y. 12834 (518 )-692-9550

***** St. John’s Johnstown NY prayer table, Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Our prayer table was held outside this morning from 9:00-10:00. Doris and Pam prayed for

Laura she asked for prayers with her direction in life. She left feeling confident wearing one of our wooden crosses.

Helen asked for prayers in guidance and reassurance. Her son Randy is in prison and this is his last appeal. She also has limited means of transportation. She left with a cross.

Bob stopped by while going to the bank. He asked for prayers to help him with his direction in life.He left with a cross.

It was a chilly morning and I Thank God his direction and guidance with our prayer table
Many blessings, Pam Miller, St.John’s Johnstown NY

***** St. Francis Mission Albany Prayer Table Report, Saturday, October 18, 2014, 11:00 – 12:00 noon.
Fr. Steve Hart, Clearice Harris on Clinton Ave. Raining.

+–indicates received a wooden cross made by Dennis Adams of North Carolina
P–indicates received a Prayer Card

+Richard (Prayer for finding a surgeon)

+Christine (For knees)

+Madisha (For an apartment. And that the rain would stop.) [It did!]

+Dresella (for strength)

+Douglas (for financial blessing, and for wife Linda’s health. Also for help dealing with grief)

+PMichael (for blessing)

+PBrian (for blessing and provision)

+P Hilton (for protection)

Gary (for healing of pain in his arm) “It’s better!!”

Albany Intercessor

14 Tweets with latest WHO data on Ebola in West Africa, and key prayer topics

October 22, 2014

I’ve been tweeting quite a bit tonight about the latest (October 22) report by WHO on Ebola in West Africa.

I thought it might be helpful to post all the tweets here in consecutive order:


Finally – an old Tweet of ours, but STILL IMPORTANT!!

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