Last Sunday at the 10.00, many wrote down prayers which Tom then read them out. Here are most.
Thank you for our relationship with you through Your Son Jesus, that we may speak to you with open hearts. I pray for our church and for Tom and Dave as they move forward in serving you. Thank you for your blessings and goodness each day and for loving us as your children. Forgive the times I am far from you and forget to seek your wisdom.
I want to thank you for all the blessings we cannot see and all that we can see. Please heal the world and make it a better place. Make us more like you, and heal me in body, soul and spirit. Please give me a new beginning with you always by my side.
Thank you for our food and all our friends and family. Please help the poor, help those that suffer. Please bless the Blue School and my church. Please make me like you. Inspire us to know you better.
I pray for more grace and the strength to carry on in life. I pray for peace around the world. Thanks for all the blessings you pour upon us. Forgive those who sin against you. Help us always to give you glory.
For an end to all wars, for all those caught up through no fault of their own. Help them in the suffering. Please bless all people especially all who are suffering at the moment in countries like Syria. Help us to feel your grace, especially those in power. Help us see what is right and what is wrong. We pray for a satisfactory outcome, both for the EU and our country, of the Brexit negotiations and for sensitivity and honesty in the discussions.
For peace in all our hearts. For my daughter, that the hurt will heal, that she can forgive and move on. Remember out godparents on this godparent Sunday. We pray for our local community here in Isleworth, for many people to know your love. We pray for those about to embark on the journey of marriage and those much further down that road. We pray for our children, for those about to do their examinations. Give them strength and aid them in their work.