Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.
And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. – Philippians 4:6-7
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I have 3 prayer requests.
1) I’m going to the dentist tomorrow at 7:30 am because I need a new crown. Please keep me in prayer that I will not have an allergic reaction to the Novocain.
2) My hand, legs, etc. still blister up when I am biking, touch kale/flowers, and when I eat certain things (I’m still trying to figure it out.) It’s very tormenting because I don’t know what is causing these flair-ups. I’ve done everything I know to do—trusting God to heal me/allergist/dermatologist/fasting/heavy meds/communion/prayer. I am so tired of this continuous battle and it’s causing me much stress because it’s continuous (almost a year now).
3) My husband and I have been separated for 5 months. Our 41st wedding anniversary is May 17. He’s been continually seeing a counselor and has gone over and beyond to show me how serious he is to handle any future angry outbursts in a healthy way. I need the wisdom to know when he should move back into our home. I can’t wear my wedding band because my finger continually gets red and flares up—and that hurts. I need a miracle!
Thanks so much for your prayers.