Last Night at BSM

February 13, 2019

Last Sunday at BSM, Rev. Laura Colee led us in meditating on 1 Corinthians 12:12-27.  The church is described as being many, yet united as one.  At BSM, we too have many different moving parts, but we are one organization working towards the same goal!

Listen to the sermon here.

The faith community lifted these prayers to God:

Prayers for my sister’s continued health and that she continues to take care of herself.  Prayers of thanks and gratitude for finding employment for graduate program.

Prayers for discernment and decision making about seminary.

Prayers for discernment.

I want to pray for everyone who doesn’t have what I have and I want my school to become more inclusive to everyone.

Please pray for my father as he struggles with addiction.

I pray for those struggling with addiction and those affected by it.  I pray they get to know God’s love, be enveloped in it, and live with His undying strength.  I pray that Light continues to flush out the dark.  May your love dry every tear.  Thank you, Jesus.  Amen.

Prayers that **** would find more joy and purpose in his job, and that his fellow coworkers and managers would uplift him and help him grow.  Also, that he would be a positive force in his student’s lives!

Help me move the muck out so I can hear that still small voice.  Give me the patience you gave me again and again please…to put my head in the demon’s mouth and laugh.  Amen.

Thank you, Lord.  Thank you, Jesus.  To all those who need Love Day on the 14th.  Thank you for your blessing for **** and his **** as they heal back to health.  Thank you, Lord.   Thank you, Jesus.   Bless our creation.  Thank you, Lord.  Thank you, Jesus. 

Please be with the Parkland students and families this week as they mourn the anniversary of the deaths of the students killed.

Prayers for the health of my parents.  Prayers for my mental health.

Dear Father, I have to believe you have given us this little life that is trying to grow inside me. Please make he or she healthy and strong.  Please let us keep this one.  With love, your daughter.

I give thanks for the generosity and kindness shown me.  I pray to show that to the world.

Please God be a healing force in my family.  Guide me.  Amen.