Praying for my family.

by Lagonda ()

Lord, you know our needs, you know our hearts. I lift up to You, my family. My daughter’s family is not in church. She doesn’t show the children love like she needs to, and they see that. It breaks my heart. She has been so hurt over her devoice years ago and I don’t think she can completely let go of the pain and hurt. Her son moved out and her daughter stays a lot at a friend’s house. She and my granddaughter have several health issues that I lift up to you to heal or find a doctor to help them. I lift my son and his family up to you. He’s the best son I could ever ask for and you know how good he is. He has so much pressure on him with all he does. He helps anybody that needs help, works a full-time job, mows about 10 yards a week, has 11 plus cows to take care of and helps us with so many things, and his honey do list. You know all of it. And his wife gives him a lot of trouble in the way she talks to him and sometimes the way he is treated. He can’t stand conflict and tries to keep everything good and easy for his family. He also needs a check-up from his doctor about his heart. Heart attacks run in our male side of our family. Now Lord, I raise my husband up to you today. He has So Many health problems. He has Parkerson’s, which is getting worse and affecting him memory, bladder problems which they don’t seem to be able to help him, he broke his elbow the first week of June and it won’t heal, he had back surgery that did not work, he needs knee replacement, bone on bone and he can’t hardly walk, his balance is not good. He’s 82 for 2 more months and I’m afraid for him to be put to sleep. I need knee replacement too, have COPD and asthma, have back problems that’s causing the nerves running down my legs. I’m 80. Lord, you know all of this, and I lift all our problems up to you and asking for your healing and mercy. That you Lord, for everything you do for us and keeping us safe. In Jesus’ name I pray. Aman.

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