Prayer Requests – 10

Please share any prayer requests you may have for friends or loved ones here….

Prayer Requests – Part 9

Prayer Requests – Part 8

Prayer Requests – Part 7

Prayer Requests – Part 6

Prayer Requests – Part 5

Prayer Requests – Part 4

Prayer Requests – Part 3

Prayer Requests – Part 2

Prayer Requests – Part 1

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91 Responses to Prayer Requests – 10

  1. Molly says:

    Please pray for my son and his girlfriend when they fly to Nebraska over Christmas to meet her parents and when they fly back home–pray that they travel in safety. Thank you.

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  2. FofBW says:

    What a wonderful thought Ad Rem!

    Pray that true peace finds us all during this Christmas season and the new year.

    Liked by 8 people

  3. tuskyou says:

    Thank you for this post.

    Please pray for my niece. She is a US Navy Sailor and she’s very new. She completed boot camp in August and now she’s in Norfolk, Virginia living on the USS Arlington. She deploys on 12/17/18 for 6 months.

    I know she’s crazy busy, sleep deprived and misses her family and friends. Sometimes she sounds fine. Other times she sounds down in the dumps and frazzled. Please pray for her safety and grit–prayers are much appreciated.

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  4. Bionic_Granny says:

    Please pray that Mandy in LA (lower Alabama)will be blessed with a new heart soon. Mandy’s parents have opened a YT channel to keep friends and relatives informed. The channel is called “Mending Mandy’s Heart” if one would want to check it out. God has a plan for Mandy.

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    • Ddanna says:

      Prayers for Mandy to receive a new heart soon and bless her and family and friends.

      Liked by 1 person

    • I know how stressful the waiting can be. My very first childhood friend just celebrated 20 years of her transplant of liver and both kidneys which saved her life.
      She is so super grateful to the donor family. Every time she sends a card, the envelope has stickers reading: Don’t take your organs with you. Be an organ donor. I am praying and believing that Mandy will get the heart that was intended for her. God bless!

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  5. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    My mother, who had a stroke on 6/24/18, was given the OK to start driving again after a vision test at her Ophthalmologist. Other than her short term memory (for minor inconsequential things) being a little worse, she has had a remarkable recovery. Her 82nd birthday will be on the 12th of this month.

    1Thessalonians 5:18  In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you. 

    I have an appointment at Roswell Park Cancer Institute on my mother’s birthday. I started this regimen on June 25. The urologist running the 21 month Vitamin D trial that I completed last November said that “it sounded reasonable” and gave me the OK to do it.

    In another 18 months or so, if there are no changes than I will only have to go to Roswell once a year (now I am going every 6 months).

    2Corinthians 1:18  But as God is true, our word toward you was not yea and nay. 
    2Co 1:19  For the Son of God, Jesus Christ, who was preached among you by us, even by me and Silvanus and Timotheus, was not yea and nay, but in him was yea. 
    2Co 1:20  For all the promises of God in him are yea, and in him Amen, unto the glory of God by us. 

    2Co 1:21  Now he which stablisheth us with you in Christ, and hath anointed us, is God; 
    2Co 1:22  Who hath also sealed us, and given the earnest of the Spirit in our hearts. 
    2Co 1:23  Moreover I call God for a record upon my soul, that to spare you I came not as yet unto Corinth. 
    2Co 1:24  Not for that we have dominion over your faith, but are helpers of your joy: for by faith ye stand. 

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “for by faith ye stand.”

      1Thessalonians 2:13  For this cause also thank we God without ceasing, because, when ye received the word of God which ye heard of us, ye received it not as the word of men, but as it is in truth, the word of God, which effectually worketh also in you that believe.

      Hebrews 4:12  For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. 

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  6. joleeinca says:

    Please pray for my 29 year old son that has been in a coma since Oct 2nd. Pray that he wakes up soon. I unexpectedly lost my Vietnam vet. Husband this past July from a pulmonary embolism. It is sometimes more than I can take. Pray for something good to happen, it has been a very rough year. Thank you.

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  7. Gary Ingle says:

    Ok this one is for selfish me: please pray for my sick heart. My Right RCA is 1000% blocked and inoperable for 2nd bypass, may have experimental surgery that’s fairly new but successful thanks to Cleveland Clinic super cardiovascular surgeons.

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  8. Blue Ridge Mts Va. says:

    Please pray for my two cousins Amy and her daughter Sarah who have gone to New South Wales, Australia with Sarah’s dog. I am very concerned, especially for the dog, if you have read BNI there is a huge moose limb dog hating problem in that country (or any other country) with the the influx of invaders. I believe the Australians are NOT keen on the moose limbs. Sarah is going to college, working on her masters and Phd degrees. She is such a ditsy blond dufas head who doesn’t cover up. I was thinking about all those ladies who have been raped, killed in Sweden by moose limbs (no way to protect themselves). Australia disarmed its citizens. I don’t know that Amy will stay in NSW for the 3 years Sarah plans to work on her degrees. Sarah has duel citizenship (her real dad is from NSW). If anything pray for the dog. If I can stand it, I will keep you updated. My reason for FB is keeping up with relatives.

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  9. pjpatriot says:

    I’m asking for prayer for my 17 year old son who is going through a lot of inner turmoil about growing up and being a Godly Christian. I can’t share what it is but I’m concerned for his mental and spiritual health. Pray for peace for his heart, that he knows God forgives him and he needs to forgive himself, and find a balance in his life. I don’t know where to turn and I’m scared for him. Thanks for your prayers.

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    • Ddanna says:

      Definitely will pray for your teenage son to have the strength and fortitude to choose the right and Godly path for his life. I pray for his peace to know that God is a God of Love and Forgiveness. May God bless you also with strength and guidance to help your son.

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    • Joe Blow says:

      Prayers that the Lord may guide your son through these deep waters (Isaiah 43:2). Prayers also for you, pj, that the He might comfort you with His loving Spirit.


    • trumpismine says:

      Praying for your son and you pjpatrioyt. 17 can be very difficult for this young man with this wicked world and it’s many distractions pulling at him from all directions. May God bless you both with wisdom and peace.

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  10. Re-posting this from the bottom of page 9 in hopes that it may encourage many of you. This was originally in reply to Carolweekleylmt who is wrestling with the devastation in Mexico Beach, FL…

    In reading the above requests here on page 10 I am so moved to pray for each of your needs by praying in the Spirit for He knows what we have need of. May each of you be blessed, refreshed, & infused with the Lord’s peace that passes understanding, joy, hope, & love…

    “Deuteronomy 33: 27 recently spoke to me…perhaps it will also speak to you. Please don’t lay an unreasonable expectations burden on yourself–the Mexico Beach scenario has to be unimaginably devastating so having a hard time coping with it IS Normal for anyone directly impacted, imho. Please find your refuge & rest in Him without burdening yourself with guilt for being understandably overwhelmed & for grieving…

    I cannot relate to your specific circumstances having never lost my home or the majority of my community…I can however relate to trauma & the need: to “retreat”; to heal; to be restored; to difficulty stepping out in areas associated with that trauma & pain; to the necessity of finding Refuge in Him (even as I may avoid Him who is the source of all that I need); to the gradual process of overcoming fears (especially associated with my own personal trauma & pain); to challenges overcoming “unrealistic” expectations of myself, others, & life; to learn to live in my weaknesses so that He can be strong in & through me; to avoid artificial, externally imposed “timelines” for my overcoming process to be “complete”; to accept there are some things I cannot change (think the Serenity Prayer)–I am still wrestling with much of this–& more!

    Please find that place of Peace & Refuge in Him–not that the storms have necessarily passed, but that He will still Hide You in the Cleft of The Rock & Cover You with the Shadow of His Wings. Nothing can snatch you out of His Hand so please hold on to Him & find Rest & Refreshment for your Soul, even in the midst of sorrows & storms…”

    May the Lord continue to guide, provide, & reside with each of us in our hearths, hearts, & hopes!

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  11. Dear Treeper Prayer Warriors,

    Thank you so much for lifting my husband Michael up for both his work situation & his health. Last weeks’s work stressors were much diminished with that prayer covering! Michael’s cough is Slowly abating (so he’s slept “through” a couple of nights without meds) though it bugs him enough that he says he’d rather just have gotten shot in the leg (again) with a nail gun (a bizzare “highlight” of his recent roofing adventures) than have that annoying cough! Apparently God didn’t make him choose between them so he’s got both experiences in his “toolbelt”…

    Please lift up my son Josiah for this coming Tuesday. We have his annual appointment with the Pediatric Cardiologist to check the status of his various Congenital Heart Defects, & his acquired cardiac issues. We’re at the halfway point from when his Cardiac Surgeon (in 2000) said he thought it was “highly unlikely that he is going 35 years without another heart surgery”. Although his heart conditions have seemed relatively stable for the last few visits we’ve had so many major medical issues to face with him over the years that it is always just a bit stressful waiting for the report whenever we see one of the “biggie” providers (heart, liver, & brain)…

    Also, we’re going to get his liver bloodwork done to check how his liver is doing on the recently reduced dosage of anti-rejection meds (from his Liver Transplant). This is the first blood draw under his new Liver Transplant Clinic provider’s protocol so things are still in flux for us as we learn to dance with a new (less involved adult vs pediatric) department.

    Thank you to so many of you who have lifted Josiah in prayer many times! You are blessing me & my family so much with that encouraging support! God Bless & Keep You All!!!

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    • Ddanna says:

      I’m so glad to hear your husband is doing better (it is always so uplifting to get good reports on answered prayers). Prayers for his continued healing.
      I will pray that the Josiah’s check up with his pediatrician will go really well and that he will get a great report fro the liver blood work. I hope the transition to the adult department will go smoothly for him.
      May God bless you all!
      Also, I wanted to say your comments to carolweekleylmt about the devastation of her community was very encouraging. It is hard to imagine what devastation of ones community would feel like, but through whatever life brings us, we have to put it all in God’s hands and trust that he is always with us to help us through any hardship. Psalm 91:4 “He shall cover thee with his feathers, and under his wings shalt thou trust: his truth shall be thy shield and buckler.”

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    • Joe Blow says:

      So glad Michael is doing better! I will pray things go smoothly for Josiah this week as well.

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      • Thank you. He is struggling with a “cold” that has annoying & depleting symptoms…& since the transplant it usually takes a lot longer to kick “stuff” probably because his immune system is compromised by those anti-rejection meds…

        He is at this very moment worshiping the Lord using an eclectic collection of music (his precursor was literally “I’ll make a man out of you” from the Mulan soundtrack…hmm). He remains J-Man the PraiseMan around here!

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    • trumpismine says:

      So glad your husband is feeling better and I’m praying for your wonderful family. Please tell Josiah an admirer of his courage is praying for him tomorrow.

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      • Wow–“an admirer of his courage” I love that perspective & relate to it though couldn’t have stated it so well…

        I just shared what you said with Josiah & he said “thank you. I appreciate those prayers. & tell him that it’s cool to have an admirer but don’t tell him in a creepy way”–so I just used Josiah’s words…

        My husband’s work situation unfortunately took a difficult turn today. The weight of last week was “over” by Friday…but today it looks like there might be an ongoing dilemma at his location, possibly for the foreseeable future. This is weighing on him so heavily that he is considering looking for another job (& this is his best job at this company he’s worked at for more than 20 years).

        Thank you so much for your precious prayers for my family. God Bless You!

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  12. Kate says:

    Mine is a Thank you God prayer for a turning point in our daughters life for the better after she lost the love of her life, our wonderful son-in-law, which has been over 6 years ago now. She had lost her faith in God during the ordeal and now needs more prayers to help her understand why we must endure the ups and downs of life.

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    • Joe Blow says:

      Kate, I pray that our merciful God will help your daughter through the doubts & questions she may have. I very often find myself going back to Isaiah 55 – “for my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, declares the Lord. For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts.” We cannot always know why God allows the things He does, but we can always be assured that they are perfectly in line with His perfect will. May He comfort you as well & bless you for the love you have for your daughter.

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    • ddanna says:

      Praise God that your daughter has reached a turning point. God bless her through her journey.

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    • trumpismine says:

      Prayers for your daughter Kate. I have felt doubts in my life in my faith and worthiness to serve God. He never left me and the Holy Spirit has compelled me to pray for my failings and will not leave our sides if we seek him. God knows our heart and hears our prayers.

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  13. CowBelle says:

    Please pray for baby Murray. He was born weighing 1lb 12 ozs and is having health problems. He has a blockage in his intestines and needs steroids for lung development but the steroids aggravate the blockage. Thank You for praying for him.

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  14. Majik says:

    My 40yo cousin Sang is having surgery for breast cancer in the morning. She is a really good kid who has face a lot of challenges in life. I am not one to ask for anything for myself, but she really needs a good break for a change. I am praying for her full recovery, and appreciate any support for her.

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  15. HdwJunkie says:

    Please pray for my neighbor’s brother Al, who was just diagnosed with a GBM brain tumor. And pray for his nephew Billy, who only recently completed his own 18 month course of treatment for a different form of brain cancer. And pray for my neighbor, mom of Billy and sister of Al. She’s had to deal with so much, and now this.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      Prayers went up for your neighbor for strength for all she is dealing with. I prayed for Al that God would lead the doctors in his treatment. I also prayed that Billy’s cancer respods to his treatment in a positive way. God is great an God is good.

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    • Joe Blow says:

      Prayers for Al, his son, & his sister that God may shepherd them through this.

      Liked by 2 people

  16. So…I probably have too much time on my hands…but I was struck at the top of the page to look up All the posts done by AdRem (69 pages worth!)…& I scrolled back to the very beginning…& wouldn’t you know it she started out her posts at TCTH with a prayer request page re-posted from the site, HoneyTrail (I think), where the Treehouse founders had gathered previously…anyway here’s a re-post from that very first AdRem post found here:

    “Menagerie says:
    December 15, 2010 at 4:28 pm
    My oldest son (mentioned above) provided me with one of the most touching and awesome examples of prayer I have ever seen. He was a tiny little boy, saying his bedtime prayers in his cute little footy pajamas. He was a whirlwind, never still, and he asked MILLIONS of questions every day. He would never be satisfied unless he understood the answer completly. On this night, after he relentlessly prayed for family, pets, bugs and toys, he said “Dear lord, what did you do today?” He sat very quietly for a few moments, smiled and went to bed. I was flumoxed. Being young and not nearly as good at prayer as my little boy, I had never thought about asking God what he did. But this child who never stopped demanding an answer must have gotten one. It was just so………..innocent and real. It is one of the things that underpins my faith. God is, to me, evident in the simple moments.”

    Blessings to all & thank the Lord that we’ve each found our way here to the Treehouse!

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  17. josiahcurren says:

    My fellow brothers and sisters in Christ that do blogging here: This Is Josiah speaking. You Can not see me, but Jesus does. I’m not speaking for God. But I know He hears your cries. Keep praying.

    As it says in 1 Thessalonians 5:17, Give thanks to God always; Pray without ceasing for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.

    I pray that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, will help you guys to trust in Him.
    Remember to stay Strong in the Word brothers and Sisters.

    Lord I pray in the name of Jesus, that you would help these bloggers to trust in You and in You alone. I pray that they would be filled with the Spirit That gives life in Christ Jesus Our Lord.

    its in the name of Jesus we pray, Amen.

    Have A Merry Christmas Everyone.

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  18. Dear Treepers,
    Thank you for praying for Josiah & me for today’s Cardiology Visit. He had a good report & won’t need to be seen for another year or so. We’ll probably go back in April 2020 & he’ll get an Echocardiogram with that visit then. His heart conditions are pretty stable & have been for a while!

    If any of you are interested in more details about that appointment, or tidbits about what’s happening in my family, I wrote a more comprehensive “journal” posting here:

    If you do stop by, please drop me a line to let me know you visited (sorry the comments there are not as interactive as here at WordPress, sadly).

    God Bless you all. Thank again for your many prayers for Josiah, me, & our family.

    In Christ’s Love, Valerie

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  19. I am trying to reply to prayer requests but my tablet is not cooperating. 😕 Please know that I am praying for every situation listed above. My heart and prayers are with each of you in your suffering. Remember that He is with you always. And Valerie’s scripture memes have helped me in my own situation. Our support for one another is a wonderful gift.


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