"In Your strength I can crush an army; with my God I can scale any wall." Psalm 18:29
Saturday, September 13, 2008
Someone Is Praying For You
Join others as they share their favorite songs: click here
Please scroll down to bottom of my blog to mute my play list so you can hear this beautiful song : SOMEONE IS PRAYING FOR YOU
My heart and prayers go out to those who suffering right now, especially those who are suffering because of the two tragedies this weekend; Hurricane IKE, and the LA train accident. May they find some comfort to know that there are people who are praying for them.
On a personal note, I would like to thank all who prayed for me this week as I prepared and presented a 'talk' on Blog Talk Radio during Invisible Illness Week. I was able to share my heart for an hour regarding the topic: Illness and Faith, Does Faith Really Matter? My prayer is that it was well received and if anyone did not know the Lord as their Savior that they would come to know the Lord and be comforted in knowing that faith really does matter.
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
How cool that you got to talk on the radio about your faith and invisible illness awareness. I know the people who listened were blessed by you. Thanks also for the award. I'm honored. I loved your song choice too. It is always helpful to know that someone is praying for you!
How many times I've made my way through things because I was lifted up in prayer! God bless you for sharing this!
Oh what a neat song.
My heart is heavy for those who will return after IKE, I remember what we felt after Katrina, and now Gustav.
Thanks for being so kind to lift everyone up in prayer.
Blessings to you...
PS Thanks for being a voice for those who suffer this week!
That is so pretty and appropriate for now. Thanks for sharing it.
Hello blogger friend! Praying for those effected by tragedy as well. Thanks for sharing your prayers and the song.
This is such a comforting song.
How exciting for you to get to talk on the radio! May what you've shared on air reached out and touch those who'd tuned in!
That's a comforting song. It's always a comfort to be prayed for.
Post a Comment