Prayer Requests for November 2020
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.
Please pray that all guests, clients, staff and volunteers stay safe and healthy as this COVID-19 pandemic continues.
- “Please pray for my family, my former husband, his girlfriend, and daughter and son.” – Anonymous
- “Please pray for me to remain strong in my recovery program, and help with smoking.” – William
- “Pray that I will be able to get help in Ft. Collins for the winter and holidays, God bless.” – Kate
- “Pray for my children and their health and well-being.” – Anonymous
- “Praying to leave from here and find a place to call home.” – Nicole
- “Pray for blessings of peace and unity in our relationship.” – Jerrid & Brooke
- “Pray for my family’s love and blessings, our merciful Lord to forgive my sins. Bless you all in Jesus’ name.” – Jason
- “Pray for clarity and a clear path forward in my relationship.” – Anonymous
- “Pray for my family as they settle into a new chapter of life.” – Anonymous
- “I am expecting a baby in a few weeks – I pray he arrives safe and healthy.” – Leah
- “Be with my family as we deal with the death of my father.” – Kevin
- “Pray for my friend who is dying of cancer. I wish her peace.” – Anonymous
- “I am trying to find a good place to live. Pray I can afford one.” – John
- “Pray to keep us all safe and healthy, and not get COVID.” – Neil
- “I am praying for this pandemic to be over quickly.” – Anonymous
- “Pray that I don’t get discouraged.” – Robert
“Look at the birds of the air; they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more valuable than they?” – Matthew 6:26
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