Prayer Requests

Prayer Requests May 20, 2022

This weekend, to build up the Cranach community and to exercise our faith, let us pray for each other.

If you would like prayers for yourself, your family, someone you know, or a situation you are aware of, just say so in the comments.  You can be as detailed or as vague as you wish.

The other part of this activity is for readers, including those who don’t get into commenting, to say prayers to address these needs.

Does this seem too weird or too pious?  It shouldn’t.  It would do us all good to pray more than we do, and this would be a start.  And, I dare say, a lot of us have problems that beg for prayer.

“The prayer of a righteous person has great power” (James 5:16).  You may not be particularly righteous in yourself, but, if you are a Christian, you have the righteousness of Christ, which enables you to pray in His name.

By the way, our numbers are growing.  At last count, the Cranach blog has 161 subscribers.  If you are new to our merry band, please use this thread in addition to introduce yourself.  (Read this for an example and to get acquainted with other subscribers.)

Speaking of interrupting threads, let us adopt a new rule and custom:  On any blog post and on any thread–particularly in the weekend subscriber forums but also anywhere else–you may always use the comments to request prayer.

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