Praying this week

Alicia Anderson Devotions, News 0 Comments

As people of faith, we join together in offering our joys and concerns to God.  Some things to pray about this week:

People honored with Nobel Prizes this year, and all people who are leaders in medicine, physiology, physics, chemistry, literature, peace-making and economics.  We pray for their continued work and discovery.  May the subjects they explore and the things they work on bless humanity.  May their example inspire young people in their studies and efforts.  May the world be better because of their wisdom, contributions, and hard work.

People who are hungry.   We pray for everyone who does not have enough food for themselves or their families.  May people who are unsure about their next meals find sources and resources to nourish themselves and their households.  May people who have enough to eat share their resources and make it possible for others to eat.  May the nations and agencies of the world work together to make food available across the globe.  May no one be hungry anymore.

Families in conflict.  We pray for healing and understanding.  May parents and children find way to support and hear each other where there are differences of opinion or behavior.  May family members care for each other, forgiving wrongs, offering help, and reaching out.   May each family be a place of love and compassion, lifting up one another.

We welcome your prayer suggestions and requests.  lutheran@psu.edu

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