For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all.

~2 Corinthians 4:17~



Today is a good day to take care of basic hurricane preparations.  We are being told to expect rain and moderate winds.  The power companies are getting ready for possible problems.  Hurricane season has arrived.  Help those who might need some assistance.




Summer is an important break for the school system.  It will be extra busy/difficult this year because of the pandemic making decision making even more difficult.  Pray for those who  are making decisions about school situations for the fall.  Also, pray for colleges and students who await information about the fall semester.




Pray for businesses that have been closed during the pandemic to be able to hold on until they are allowed to reopen.




Pray for people, older ones especially, who have been limited to being at home for a long time.  Many of them have only left home for doctor appointments.




Pray for those who have lost their jobs.  Pray their income will meet the basic needs to get families through until work can resume.




Also, pray for families with someone in the hospital.  Both the patient and the family members struggle with not being able to be together.  Understanding the need for new rules and being the one that the new rules apply to are two totally different things!




Continue to pray for medical professionals who have been asked to work through this difficult time with limitations forced upon them.




Pray for police and others in law enforcement.  I think you can understand the need there.




Pray for churches as they seek new ways to minister to members and to do outreach in this time with limited contact.  Be thankful for technology that has allowed most churches to remain in contact with fellowship.  May people seek God during this time.




Read the Bible in 2020 – June 5

  • 2 Samuel 23:24-24:25
  • Acts 3:1-26
  • Psalm 123:1-4
  • Proverbs 16:21-23




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There’s much to pray about today.  

Anna Lee