Friday, September 17, 2010

Fearless Friday

Hello sweet friends, another Fearless Friday is here. Please join your heart with mine, and many others to pray. So many of you have lost loved ones, and are deeply griefing. Please remember Denise, she recently lost her dad, and now, just this week, her mom went home to be with the Lord. That is so much sadness to be dealing with, keep her covered in love and prayers. My sweet sis Lisa, lost her dad early this morning, he is now in the arms of Jesus. Please remember her, and her precious family. A nurse by the name of Carol, that I had the pleasure of sharing some heart to heart moments with at the eye doctor on Tuesday, lost her husband of 47 years in 2007, and then lost her son in January of this year. Please lift her up, she is still very much dealing with all of the loss. Dear heavenly Father, I lift these dear ones up to Your throne. Please comfort them at this time, as only You can. Carry them through this valley of the shadow of death, that they are trying to process. Show them, in a special way, that their love ones are being cared for by You now. I ask these things in Your Holy name. I love You. Amen


12 comments:

Cranberry Morning said...

Thank you, Denise. This post is a good reminder that there are always so many who are grieving in this fallen world we live in. Praise God that we have a risen Savior who loves us, who knows all our grief and who is the only one who can actually heal our hearts from such sadness.

RCUBEs said...

Amen. May God's comfort and strength cover them all. God bless sis.

Angela said...

Jesus, thank You for being their Comforter..I pray they not only sense Your loving arms wrapping around them during these difficult times but feel it in a powerful way..Show forth Yourself strong on their behalf..our Redeemer and King...

amen amen amen

Wanda's Wings said...

The only way I can even bare the lost of my 27 year old Son Jan 28th of this year is thinking of him in Jesus' arm. I do understand what they are going through.

Peggy said...

AMEN and many Blessings Denise...

May Our Lord encompass them in Comfort, Peace, Compassion, and Strength as He pours His love & grace over them and their families!

Debbie said...

No matter where you go Denise, you always have a heart for the hurting. Even in your doctor's office you reach out to others. Yes, I will pray for those who are hurting and grieving for lost loved ones. May the Lord comfort them as only He can.

Love you,
Debbie

Alicia said...

Praying!!

Niecy said...

Amen and Amen.
Father God please hear are prayers and have your will be done on earth as it is in heaven,
God Bless With Love,
Niecy

Rebecca said...

My husband will be conducting a funeral this morning for a 21 year old young man, killed in an car accident. His friends and family are most unbelievers. Please pray that this tragedy might turn out for the salvation of many, many souls! Jesus IS coming soon! How His heart must grieve when anyone passes into eternity w/o receiving His gift of eternal life!

I pray now for these you've mentioned...and that all will come to a saving knowledge of our Precious Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

LisaShaw said...

Denise,

I'm very sorry to hear about your sis Lisa's Dad, Carol's hubby and son and Denise's parents. I visited Denise blog and left her a message.

Please know that I pray for our Comforter, the Holy Spirit to saturate each one of them that are hurting and may they draw close to GOD and His peace, love, strength and comfort.

I love you and I'm praying for you too!

Annesphamily said...

Thank you for this post. We all need to be more thankful because someone else is hurting worse. Pray for Mollye, she is struggling with the loss of her precious son Jake and she is having a hard time keeping her interest for things she once loved. I offer a special prayer for everyone here today. Pray for the family of Paul. He went to be with the Lord after a stroke this week and CC's family for their sudden loss of a terrific mom,friend and companion too. Anne

One Heart said...

I am praying for God's comfort to wrap around these dear ones like a warm blanket. Thank you for posting, Denise. Blessings sis.