November 15, 2008

Pray for one another

Matthew 18:18-20 “I tell you the truth, whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven. “Again, I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything you ask for, it will be done for you by my Father in heaven. For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them.”

We are told in scripture that we are to pray for one another - how many do you know that are in need of prayer? We are to pray without ceasing - please pray for the people you know who are in need God hears our prayers.

Many of our friends are in need of prayer, their health diminishing.

This disease pulmonary hypertension (PH) as well as many others without a cure, special medicines or a touch from the Masters' Hand just plain pass away.

Lord we are in dire need of you touching a young man (Mason) laying in ICU dying, he needs a touch from you. Lord please breathe the breath of life into him right now and make him well again. There is a young woman (Shirley) who just had a double lung and heart transplant that is in need of your help. She is recovering but still needs your touch. Lord thank you for hearing our prayers.

There are children at birth, put on IV's for life because of this disease. It is bad enough that the adults have to deal with this, but the children, Lord please touch the little children, help them to breath easier, restore their little lives so they don't have to live with medicines and/or oxygen 24/7. Thank you for touching their little lives.

This particular disease takes lives of children and adults, it has no respect for any one's life. Please help us pray that a cure or better treatments can come our way so that people can live and not die. In one week alone PH has taken 10 lives that we personally know.

Please go to our web site if you haven't already and learn more about this disease. Thank you for praying with me and others, some day there will be a cure. Thank you Lord for all that you are doing in the lives of our sick.

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