JAP Prayer Chain

Hosted by Dana Ramsey
Group active since Mon, Dec 20, 2010

After reading some of the comments on other discussion groups I thought it would be a great idea to have a group dedicated to a prayer chain. This group would be an outlet for those in need of support, love and prayers during difficult times in their lives. This way they can come to one place, and other members will have their names and be able to add them to their prayer list. In these troubling and difficult times that we are all facing I think it is needed.

sallye bates
10 Hours Ago

Daily Word - Protected

I am safe and secure in the love of God.

Divine love is continually unfolding my highest good because I am precious to God. Such acceptance keeps me motivated. The unknown may cast a shadow on what is before me, but I do not shrink before what has yet to be illumined. The eternal light of God will move the shadows to reveal the truth of any situation.
Right where I am at this moment or at any time in the future, I am on holy ground. I am God-life in expression.

Whether I am traveling in inclement weather or having a medical procedure, I am safe and secure. Taking a test or being tested by circumstances, I am alert and divinely guided.

The love of God blesses me at all times and in all places. I am safe and secure.

Let your steadfast love and your faithfulness keep me safe forever.—Psalm 40:11

Eddie Jordan
11 Hours Ago

Mourning Gives Us Hope

Lord Jesus Christ, our hearts hurt when we hear about the pain and suffering that some endure. Have mercy, we pray.

Jesus came to bring us hope in darkest of circumstances.

Eddie Jordan
Yesterday at 8:52 AM

Hope And Trust

Father, in so many ways you have taught us that You alone can be trusted, even when it seems like You are nowhere to be seen. Please help us to recall today what You have already shown us along the way.

Let's remember in good times what we have learned in days of trouble.

sallye bates
Yesterday at 7:51 AM

Daily Word - Appreciate

Thank You, God, for life.

Taking time to consider my family and friends reminds me how blessed I am. As I open my heart and let my appreciation express in word and deed, I feel joyful. Through the grace of God, these thoughtful, caring people support me. They believe in me. They love me. I am grateful for every act of kindness and consideration I receive.

My appreciation reaches far and wide when I consider all the behind-the-scenes people who make my everyday life safe and comfortable. I show appreciation in numerous ways: a call, card, or an act of kindness. Perhaps the highest form of appreciation I can give is to hold others in prayer. I do, also praying that I will give back in meaningful ways that show my appreciation for all that God has created.

I give thanks to my God always for you.—1 Corinthians 1:4

Eddie Jordan
Sunday at 2:25 PM

Walking In The Spirit

To bring Jesus into your life, you simply need to admit your sins and your inability to save yourself ( Ephesians 2:8-10 )

As many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, to those who believe in His name. ( John 1:12 )

Whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved. ( Romans 10:13 )

sallye bates
Sunday at 8:57 AM

Daily Word - Peace

I express divine love and understanding to all.

When I tune in to news of terrorism, racism, climate change, and more, I may wonder if there will ever be peace in our world. Yet I am also familiar with the deep peace found in the presence of Spirit. Peace begins with each one of us, and I have the power to access it at any time. Through divine peace, I learn to express divine love and understanding to all.

I take a moment now to turn off the news and breathe into the peaceful presence within. Here I find a sense of hope for the world. Engaging the power of imagination, I envision humanity acting with respect for all life. I glimpse the realized potential of a world at peace. I know we can and will achieve peace—one breath at a time.

Jesus said to them again, “Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, so I send you.”—John 20:21