Susan Quijada writes:
My niece, Jenny, sent this to me from Wichita, Kansas. I never say no to requests for prayer, and so I am passing it on to the chain. Sorry I don’t have any more information. I will update you as soon as Jenny updates me…..Susan
Please pray for a little boy named Dakota. They had to life flight him. He is having seizures. Forward this to everyone you can please!
Steve Malfo’s mother, who lives in Washington, may not have many more days to live. Betty Malfo is in her eighties and is ready to be with our Lord Jesus. Please pray for her comfort and peace for her family of four children, their spouses, and her many grandchildren.
“For this corruptible must put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immortality….But thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.” I Cor 15:53, 57
Cindy Maloney writes:
Dear Prayer Warriors,
These past (almost) two years have been a long and event-filled journey with the Lord, starting with my broken bones, through the four surgeries including the knee replacement, and concluding with my healing process, which I believe continues. I left PT yesterday for the last time. The end result of my healing will be revealed in time. Hear, believe, wait. I will continue to live by these affirmations, prayerfully seeking what Christ has in store for me. By September of 2017, my body should reach its maximum physical potential. My dire needs are now put to rest. I know there are other names that can fill my prayer space.
I cannot thank all of you enough for your intercessions, continually placing my needs before our Heavenly Father. God has been so good, so righteous and just and above all, merciful in how He has dealt with me. You have been an integral part of it all. I am humbled by your outpourings of love.
May the Lord bless and keep you.
Trish Balcorta writes:
My manager’s grandfather is very ill. She asked if I would put him on the prayer chain. His name is Bill Maxwell.
Thank you for praying.