Springs Rescue Mission:

Our Prayer Requests: November 2019

Our Prayer Requests: November 2019

The following are prayer requests submitted by neighbors struggling with homelessness, poverty and addiction. Please join Springs Rescue Mission staff and our faith community as we remember these precious neighbors in our daily prayers:“

I miss my family and I could use a break.” – Anonymous“

Pray that we will have a place to call home, and to keep my son safe and protected in jail.” – Bonnie

“Please pray for money – thank you.” – Anonymous

“For my faith to be stronger than other people’s words.” – Anonymous

“Please pray for Laura, she is pregnant.” – Anonymous

“Pray for sobriety and my deliverance, and for my family.” – Anonymous

“Please pray for my mom.” – Anonymous

“Pray that doors will open for me, so I may get into a faith-based sober living house.” – Anonymous

“For my mother and stepfather.” – Anonymous

“For my husband and I will be able to find affordable housing.” – Anonymous

“Pray that I get the job I have applied for and that I will soon be able to obtain my own vehicle or place.” – Anonymous

“Please pray for my health and a blessing, don’t forget the world leaders.” – Junior

“Pray that my husband comes home to me safely.” – Anonymous

“Pray for my needs here at the Resource center, as I move forward.” – Mary“Pray for my Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner.” – Anonymous

“Please pray that I can get a job and pass a drug test.” – Anonymous“Pray that I will be more attentive to my Lord’s voice. Thank you.” – Anonymous

“This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us.” – 1 John 5:14

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