Prayer Notes from Friday 18th June 2021


 

  • Pray for the Sunday services. The morning service in Ayr is to be taken by G. Keith and in Kilwinning by F. Moyo. The combined evening service has A. Howat as the preacher. Remember the prayer meeting also.


 

  • Pray for ourselves that we might be able to enjoy meeting together more often and have some more normality to worship and in our contacts with each other.


 

  • Continue to pray for those who are unwell or not able to get about as before.


 

  • Give thanks that Fiona B. is now at home. She hopes it will be for 3 weeks, after which she is scheduled to go back into hospital for the preparatory work before the transplant involving stem-cells.  As she says, there are many factors which could throw this programme out! Pray for Fiona and Kenny at this time.


 

  • Pray for Tuesday's Presbytery meeting, which will be the last for two months.


 

  • The pandemic has seen a rise in the number of Scots dying at home. The government has said it plans to produce a new strategy for end-of-life and palliative care during this parliamentary term. Pray that people will through this be able to get the support they need to keep them comfortable towards the end of life.


 

  • Osamu and Mairi, Japan Pray for the Bible study Osamu and Mairi have for 2 girls, Kikue and Shiori, once a month that they will grow as Christians and be a bright witness for Christ at home and work-place.


 

  • Seoras and Sarah Pray that Seoras and Sarah would be able to learn the local language to a level that would help them to operate well in the country.


 

  • SASRA As always there is much to thank God for each and every day.  Roddy asks that the Lord would help with evangelism and that He would bless his own word.  Pray for soldiers in dangerous parts of the world serving at great risk to themselves.  May the Lord help them all and bless the witness of his own people amongst them.


 


 

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