We literally were not allowed to blog at all over the weekend till basically now because of a new thing that we were implementing in the store! It’s like 99.99999% done and hopefully in the morning I’m allowed to announce it on the newsletter!
But before I did that I wanted to run through the prayers from this Sunday that we weren’t allowed to post!
Please Angels…pray for the following people!
Please pray for Cheryl. She got laid off from her job of 17 years in January. Her dog has end stage liver failure and she’s been diagnosed with endometrial cancer!
Please pray for Deborah’s granddaughter Ashlynn! She is being bullied at school Also pray for Deborah to help guide her granddaughter the right way. Ashlynn is 7 years old and Deborah asks for any advice too!
Please pray for Joanne whose son is now on his third tour of duty. She hasn’t heard from him in three weeks.
Please pray for Patricia who is going in for hip surgery on the first of March.
Please pray for Kat who has discovered emails that her husband may be cheating on her. She prays that she might be wrong.
Samantha asks that we please pray for her sister who was in a car accident on Friday.
Ladies, please know that Lana and I and Natalie and Daphne and Liz and Hannah and Paige will pray for you.
Also Angels if you have a prayer request, please add it to the form here: https://goo.gl/forms/JGnxyAkNKf5pARDf2
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Thank you so much for sharing these needs. I will print this blog page to add to my prayer list and will be keeping all of our Angels in my prayers.
Prayers being said for all of you. Please angels know that you are loved by so many and that many people have you in their prayers and prayer circles.
Thank all of you so much for the prayers. I am praying for all of you.
You all are in my thoughts and prayers. Also, Deborah most schools have a zero tolerance for bullying. Check with the school district and then start at school level with the teacher, then principle, then district level. Bullying needs to be stopped before it escalates. Tell your granddaughter that she’s better than this situation and that she’s worth defending.
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