Our Prayer Requests: April 2018 - Springs Rescue Mission Our Prayer Requests: April 2018 - Springs Rescue Mission

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

  • “Pray for the well-being of my brother, Timothy.” – Anonymous
  • “Please pray for a two-bedroom apartment soonI” – Kenn
  • “For my children, my grand children, and my familia, that all are in good health. For safety, happiness, and peace.” – Monica 
  • “Thank God for the last prayer answered. God bless the kitchen staff. Protect our families and friends.” – Jose 
  • “Pray I get a full-time job. Thank you. Gratitude in abundance.” – Jose 
  • “Be blessed by the best of God!!” – N. C.
  • “I would like a prayer request for both the ladies dorm and the men’s dorm, that they all take care of each other and learn teamwork. We all need to love each other no matter what their station.” – Anonymous
  • “Great health, a nice home to call my own, and something fun for income.” – Diana 
  • “I pray that I can be reconciled with Christine so that we can raise our son together.” – Brian 
  • “Pray that society accepts Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior, and that Jesus shines through them to others. Also pray that you do God’s will, not your own!” – Daniel
  • “Bless my sons, Jack and Christian, with excellent health and well-being. May they be at ease and may they be happy.” – Diana
  • “Please pray for Kris and others who struggle with meth.” – Sheila
  • “Unspoken request.” – Nate
  • “Pray for myself, my friends, and my children.” – Evelyn
  • “Pray for strength to keep away from negative subjects and everyone here to be healed in all ways possible. Pray for peace here.” – Monica
  • “Pray for a job so I can get back on my feet, since I am living in the shelter.” – Danielle
  • “Dear God, heal my body, mind, and spirit… especially my lungs!” – Diana
  • “I need housing and prayers for wisdom, as well as financial needs.” – Mary
  • “I am going to Michigan. Please allow me to show my love and be a success as a father to my daughter Syprin.” – Jason
  • “Pray for my mother Sonya – health and a speedy recovery from surgery for her dialysis port.” – Ramone
  • “Please pray for jobs, a home, and provisions.” – Maria and Matt
  • “I pray a good outcome on my temporary workman’s comp from an auto accident, which has resulted in back pain.” – Clayton
  • “Please pray for my husband, who is in a separate state with separate taxes. Pray for my seizures to go away.” – Anonymous
  • “Help me to see the good in every circumstance and in all people. Help them to continue to see the good in me. :)” – Diana
  • “Pray that we do the Lord’s will each day, not our own. Ask for his decision-making, and not doing it out of His will.” – Anonymous
  • “I pray for guests to get to work the rest of the week. Help me out of homelessness, please God.” – Danielle
  • “Pray for health, happiness, understanding, and peace around the world. For my children and grandchildren (everyone I know and love) to know and find Jesus Christ and keep Him in their lives.” – Monica
  • “I pray for more and more physical, mental, and spiritual energy. I also pray for the peace that surpasses all understanding and a home to call my own. Thank you, Father!” – Diana
  • “I pray in hopes of men and women obtaining careers that they enjoy and will pay the bills. Also, I pray for myself to be healed from some hunger issues. I hope that I can help others to be free from pain, because somethings cannot be purchased.” – Anonymous
  • “Peace, happiness, and finding Jesus Christ. All the people I love with all my heart to also find Christ Jesus and keep Him with them always. Thank you for everything.” – Monica
  •  “Please pray for my release from drugs & alcohol. Also for me to be able to forgive myself. Thank you for all you do.” – Anonymous
  • “Dear Lord, bless me with lots and lots of spiritual, mental, and physical energy and a vibrant health. Thank you!” – Diana

Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer. – Romans 12:12

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