Posted by: pastormatt227 | December 6, 2017

Prayer updates for Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Please keep these prayer requests in mind as you come before God in prayer today:

Update: Please pray for Kaylee Kouw as she endures her annual MRI on Thursday morning. Pray for God’s loving presence to be with Kaylee on Thursday and for God to grant her peace as she prepares for the MRI. Please also for the results from Thursday’s scan to show no new growths at the tumor site. Pray for God to grace the Kouw family with His peace and firm faith while they wait for the results.

We express our Christian Sympathies to the Versendaal Family in the passing of Arie Versendaal, who went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, November 29.  We give thanks to God for Arie’s life, his faith in Christ, and that his earthly sufferings how have now been traded for heavenly glory.  Pray for the Lord to surround Arie’s family with His love and bring comfort to their hearts in the time of loss.

We praise the Lord for the birthday that Flora Mae Kapenga celebrated on Tuesday. We give thanks for Flora Mae and we pray that she will be showered with the love of family and friends on her special day and throughout the week.

We praise the Lord for the news that Fred Zeeff completed his radiation treatments last week.   Pray for God to be with Fred as he recovers from the treatments and for the radiation to be effective in shrinking the tumor on Fred’s lung. It will take up to six months for the doctors to know of the treatment was effective. Pray for God’s loving presence to be Fred and Edna’s refuge  and strength in this time of waiting.

We praise the Lord for successful back surgery that Sally Kiekintveld, Tony and Hazel Kiekintveld’s daughter-in-law, endured last Friday. Pray for the Lord to grant strength and healing to Sally for her time of recovery after the surgery.

As we begin the Season of Advent, pray for God to be with each our families at Noordeloos CRC as we prepare to celebrate the birth of our Savior. Pray for our hearts and eyes to be fixed on Jesus throughout of our activities leading up to Christmas. Pray also for the Lord to comfort those for whom this season is difficult because of the absence of loved ones who are away from home or who have passed away. May God’s unfailing promises be our means of experiencing the hope, peace, love, and joy we have in Christ this Christmas!


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