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This is the Prayer Wall, a place for you to leave a prayer request, in the form of a comment, to be prayed over by myself and others who visit the site. The size or importance of your prayer request doesn't make a difference in the world, God finds all areas of our lives important and interesting; in the same manner, we should take an interest in whatever a fellow believer needs prayer over and seek to aid them by speaking with God on their behalf!

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  1. I am not sure why but here goes. One you have conveyed that you talk with God, a lot. I walked out on my girlfriend of ten years, two days before Christmas. Plenty of drama over the years, and it recently got worse.
    I had a bad situation, that I caused, at work and God spoke to me, and told me that he would protect there. Three days later he did exactly what he said. At the same time he told me about the work situation he spoke to me about the girlfriend situation as well. He will restore that. My opinion. It has to be better, and some honesty and repentance on her part needs to take place.
    I am in a better place, and I have not felt this good about who I am since I was 25.

    Not sure what to ask for, just know that I miss her, and that I want God's best for me; for us.
    Oz

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  2. Hey Oz, I'm only 23 years old and have already been through more marriage problems than I'd be willing to go through again, so I know where you're coming from. I'd be happy to keep you and your love life in my prayers. Stay strong and keep praying, it could be that God has someone else in store for you; keep an eye out for those good Christian women my brother.

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  3. Anonymous5/12/2012

    hello...i'm a 24 year old girl and i feel spiritually lost...i just need God so bad and i feel like i'm unworthy for his love..everytime i pray i feel like my sins are too much and i'm afraid that God wont forgive me at all....i pray to him only when i need him and forget him when i dont....when i forget him,i always ask for forgiveness but i always fear that he's tired of hearing me asking for forgiveness..as a result i hardly pray...i want to have a constant relationship with him so bad but i feel so lost..i need him in my life.

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  4. I want to repeat to you something which my pastor repeated to someone in our church, who has since then gone on to become the Care Pastor of the church.

    "It sounds like you're a little arrogant. Look at Adam, who was created for the sole purpose of having an intimate and close relationship with God, he only had ONE rule, but he broke it and condemned all of humanity. Look at the Disciple Peter, he denied Christ three times, after following him for THREE YEARS, saying he didn't know him. Look at the Apostle Paul, who wrote 1/3 of the whole New Testament, he used to persecute Christians and have them murdered for their beliefs. So let me ask you something, what makes YOU so special, why are your sins any greater than theirs?"

    I want you to understand something, to God, no sin is greater than the other, ALL sins are equal before the Lord's eyes; not one person on this earth is greater than anyone else (Romans 3:10 There is none righteous, no, not one). You need to also realize something else here, God loves you for who you are, not the things which you've done (John 3:16-17 For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn it, but that the world through Him might be saved).

    Anytime that you begin to feel like your not worth, that's Satan coming and whispering in your ear, "Your not worthy enough to be a child of God, you've done horrible and terrible things, He'll never love you because of the things which you've done." All of these things are a lie! God loves you, God cares about you, God wants to have a close and personal relationship with YOU; which has been made available to you through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ!

    If you've never accepted Jesus as your Savior, but would like to, I would love to provide you with a simple prayer (Romans 10:9-10 If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. For it is by believing in your heart that you are made right with God, and it is by confessing with your mouth that you are saved).

    You don't have to pray this out loud, especially if there are others around you, but you must mean it in your heart; otherwise they are just empty words. Say, "Jesus, I recognize that I'm a sinner and that you died on the cross to pay for these sins. Please, come into my heart, forgive me, make me a new creation; thank you for saving me. I will now live out the rest of my days following and serving you, I ask these things to be done in Jesus name, amen."

    You may have already said this prayer before and felt like nothing changed, or perhaps you weren't saved; you need look no further than the scripture I gave you earlier. If you confess with your mouth and believe in your heart, then you ARE saved, God no longer recognizes your sins. For He says, as far as the East is from the West, I now choose to forget these sins; you ARE worthy of a close and intimate relationship with God and yes, you DO need Him, we ALL do.

    I hope this helps you, please feel free to contact me anytime, you can do so on here or by personal email: brandonakelly@gmail.com

    God Bless!

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  5. Anonymous5/14/2012

    thank you so much brandon...you have opened my eyes and i know that God loves me no matter what...and these doubts i'm having are satans ways to make me feel useless and unworthy for God's undying love...but satan will never win this battle..my heart and soul forever belongs to my Father,my creator,Lord Jesus Christ..

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  6. Anonymous3/08/2013

    i would like to start by saying thanks for this site so far the only free one i found ty ..i would have to have chated with some one but this will do .. my problem A year ago my husband and i split after 11 years it only lasted day but sent me in to a heave depression, also some of my God given gifts have gone into over drive i cant go any where without felling other peoples feelings or hearing their thought ... it is very draining ...so what is God reason for giving me this gift ? if you know

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  7. It sounds more or less like your husband and yourself just got into an argument and said some things that you didn't really mean then made up after cooling down, there's nothing wrong with that.

    As far as the gifts you've received, there could be a number of reasons why God blessed you with them. It could be that God wants you to pray for some of these individuals that you come across, you don't need to know their names, He knows them personally. It could also be that you're meant to help these people through whatever they're facing, because you can feel their emotions and connect with them, be a friend when they're in need.

    Have you confirmed that what you're feeling around others is valid? I'd suggest the next time you feel like you're picking up on someone else's thoughts, politely ask them about it, and see where it goes; God could open the door for you to witness to them.

    I sincerely hope this helps you out!

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  8. Anonymous3/08/2013

    yes confirmed .. it wouldnt be so hard to help if it was just one at a time , its like listen to 15 different radio stations at a time very confusing .. it use to be one at a time :) and i always helped .. so prayer is need to turn the volume down too one at a time , also picking up on there anger which i almost never have :( my self leaving me with negative energy i blow up my lamp last night just by touching it.. need lot of prayers oh yes husband and i are fine :) ty

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  9. Anonymous3/28/2014

    Hello, I've been lost for a very long time now. I can't find a church that satisfies my spiritual hunger. I need guidance more than ever before. I believe I've even forgotten how to pray. Please just pray for me. Pray for clarity because I believe I'm being called to serve and I can't find my way. Deep down I'm feeling like I'm to minister to people and I don't know how to clean up my life and get started. Please help my lost soul find it's way.

    Antonika Noa

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  10. @Antonika Thank you for reaching out to me, your heart is in a great place, and it just goes to show that the Holy Spirit is really working in your life. I want you to know that there is no "set way" to pray, you can talk to God as if He is right beside you, as you would to a friend, try looking at how David speaks to God in the Psalms. There are many different ways to serve, some that you may not even recognize, not all of them are evident or involve ministering to others; actually, many of them are never seen or recognized by anyone other than God. Lifting others up through exhortation and prayer is a manner of serving, helping others with their walk is serving, volunteering on Sundays at your church is serving.. Don't feel that what you do is any less important than a pastor or evangelist. Understand that it is not by your power that your life will be changed, it is through the Holy Spirit that your life will be transformed on a daily basis, just seek God through prayer and study of the Bible and be willing to open yourself up to change. I promise that if you seek God with all your heart, you will find him (Jeremiah 29:13).

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  11. Anonymous6/07/2014

    i was laid off 2 months ago. each day since then i find my faith tested trying to find work, putting food on the table,and supporting family. somehow during all this i somehow manage to keep my faith, it is never easy.

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