From Tracy at REV RUNS!:

Please pray for my Uncle Linwood who had a stroke last week.


From Margaret:

Please include me on the Prayer List as I have a complete workup at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, FL. No life threatening things anticipated, just lots of painful things that make life less enjoyable.


From JCF:

There's a young man, whom w/ his wife is soon expecting his first child/ren: twins. He was terribly injured last night (I saw it happen), and facing a long rehabilitation. Please pray for him and his family. His name is Buster Posey, and he's the star rookie catcher for my San Francisco Giants (injured in the game: collision at the plate.)


Posted by Ormonde Plater at THROUGH THE DUST:

Murdered this week in the New Orleans area:

5/18 Harold Augustus 31
5/19 Yancey Young 31
5/24 identity withheld 25
5/25 identity withheld 51

Please pray for the victims, their murderers, and their families.



Eight U.S. troops who died in the latest attack in southern Afghanistan were hit by two different blasts while they were on foot patrol. NATO says the explosions in Kandahar province happened as the troops began to investigate a suspicious object they found on Thursday. The first explosion happened immediately, wounding some of the troops. A second explosion came as others rushed in to help the wounded.



The Georgian capital Tbilisi is tense after an overnight crackdown on anti-government protesters, during which a policeman and one other person died. Nearly 40 people were also injured as riot police cleared protesters ahead of independence day events.


From AFP:

Security forces killed at least three people in Syria on Friday as the country braced for more protests after the weekly Muslim prayers, with pro-reform activists reaching out to the army to join their 10-week uprising.


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THE PRAYER LIST – 27TH. MAY 2011 — 2 Comments

  1. I do think, at times, that it is only prayer that keeps us from being utterly crushed by the pain and sadness and horrors of the world.

    Prayers indeed – for all here and especially for those who have no one to pray for them.

  2. One of the psalms for this morning ended with “Pray for the peace of Jerusalem” and I found myself sitting there in silence, while all the other unpeaceful places in the world scrolled by, and I sat there for a very long time.

    Candle lit.