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Tuesday May 30th, 2006 - Prayer of the Week for Memorial day on Exodus 17: 8 -13

Let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy

O Lord we gather together this day as one nation to remember, reflect upon, and honor those who have given the ultimate sacrifice for America and for us. Bless all who have fallen in the cause of freedom and liberty, and grant them eternal rest with You. We remember also our brave men and women now serving in our Armed Forces, who are defending us from harm and injustice both at home and abroad. Send out Your angels to protect them all. Help them discharge their duties honorably and well, and bring them safely home to their families, their loved ones, and to us, whom they have served so selflessly. We ask You to bring Your peace and mercy to our troubled world. We ask this, in the name of the Father Son and Holy Spirit. Amen.

Sunday May 14th, 2006 - Prayer of the Week on John 5: 1-15, The Paralytic

Let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy

O Lord You saw into the heart of the Paralytic and found his soul sinful. You asked him if he wanted to be healed. You forgave and healed him by Your word even though he did not have faith. Your forgiveness and healing brought about his strong faith. Our sinful souls are in need of forgiveness like the Paralytic . We pray for healing so we can increase our faith and change to be living witnesses of Your Resurrection so that nothing worse will happen to us. We pray in the name of the Father Son and Holy Spirit. Amen.