Prayer, Plain and Simple

Prayer, Plain and Simple

A Prayer for Bill Clinton

Earlier news broke that Former President Bill Clinton was hospitalized due to chest discomforts. He has since undergone a heart procedure to place two stents in one of his coronary arteries. Please join us in prayer as we pray for his post-op comfort and recovery.

Heavenly Father,

We first and foremost thank you for the expedient care that our former President Bill Clinton has received following his chest pains. We now pray that his recovery process would be just as expedient. Please touch every part of his chest that ails him with your hands and make known to him that you are the healer who goes by the name Jehovah Rophe. You will heal him stitch by stitch and alleviate any of his discomfort. We pray for the knowledge, wisdom and discernment of the medical staff who is serving him. May they always think proactively about what is best for his health, may they be attentive and may they be careful in all things. For his family, friends and colleagues who are all on the edge of their seats waiting to hear news about his condition and his progress, may you calm them and give them the peace which passes all understanding. For Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and their daughter Chelsea Clinton, may they cleave to his side in full support of him during this time and may they pray without ceasing for his healing. May this be a time that brings those together who have been apart, a time for positive thoughts and prayers to be sent all across this nation and a time of healing for former President Bill Clinton. We believe that you do all things well and we truly believe that you are a healer as evidenced in your word. So we close this prayer asking that your will would be done.

In Jesus’ Name,


  • Anthony Verghese

    Sir get well soon

  • The Beyer Family

    We are praying for your health, and peace for your dear wife and daughter. Please, we love and value you so much, do take care of yourself during your recovery.
    We also thank you and Hillary for all your years of service to our country. Bless you.

  • prayerwarrior

    Pray For haiti In The name Of Jesus Christ, & Pray For USA In The name Of Jesus Christ,
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    Dear God, I pray for a cure for cancer. In The Name Of Jesus Christ Amen
    (James 5:13) Come to me, all who are tired from carrying heavy loads and I will give you rest… “We Got to Pray Just to Make It Today” Iron Sharpens Iron: We Got to Pray Just to Make It Today. n Jesus Christ Name
    God Bless USA & Jews. Blessing & Peace…
    Jesus help me” is a cry from your heart. You come to Jesus because He is the only one who can help you. “Jesus help me. My life is difficult.” Open The Flood Gates of heaven, & Let it rain
    Bible Verses About Love: 1
    The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.”
    Mark 12:31
    Bible Verses About Love: 2
    Do to others as you would have them do to you.
    Luke 6:31
    Bible Verses About Love: 3
    But love your enemies, do good to them, and lend to them without
    expecting to get anything back.Then your reward will be great, and you
    will be sons of the Most High, because he is kind to the ungrateful and wicked.
    Luke 6:35
    Do you have family, job or money worries? Have people hurt you? Do you suffer from health problems? Is there an emptiness in your life from the loss of a loved one?
    Answer: Take all your problems to Jesus. Trust Him to help you. And Jesus who loves you so much will be there for you. In God we trust… ((Faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen.))And this is our invitation from Jesus;
    “Come to Me, all of you
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    and I will give you rest.
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    and you will find rest
    for your lives.
    The teaching that I ask you to accept is easy; the load I give you to carry is light.”
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    Praying For Others: Jesus consistently employed the beneficial influence of praying for one’s fellows. The Master Jesus
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    Bible Verses About Love: 1
    The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.”
    Mark 12:31
    Bible Verses About Love: 2
    Do to others as you would have them do to you.
    Luke 6:31

  • Richard Moulton

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  • Tom Degan

    Here is what I believe Christianity is all about. It was written by a very young (24) woman named Sarah Rachel Thomson, an Alabaman by birth. Her words are light. At the bottom is a link to her blog. Happy reading, folks!
    Tom Degan
    Monday, February 8, 2010
    thinking day
    When I lost my job almost exactly one year ago, I immediately began looking for work both in Huntsville, Alabama and in Memphis, Tennessee. I came in contact with the Church Health Center in Memphis and signed on to do some volunteer work. I met with directors and editors and took home faith-related books to review. Then I found a job in retail, then a few months later I landed the job I have now. In between I was juggling being a newly married woman and living on my salary alone for the two of us. I had, to say the least, a lot to figure out.
    The books lay neglected in my bookshelves, forgotten and dusty. A few days ago I received an e-mail asking me to bring the books back if I was not going to review them. I mentally calculated the months I had these books in my possession, and then the months of empty promises of reviews I had committed.
    This weekend I opened the first of three books I took home last year, called “Making Poverty Personal” by Ash Barker. I diligently took notes, read carefully, and then found myself skimming through the last third of the book. I tried to explain what lacked in the book to Stephen, and I couldn’t. The message was clear, and good. Everything was oriented in scripture. But…I don’t know. I didn’t jump up and run out the door to DO something.
    Now, because I am a Thomson and my father’s child, I feel I MUST complete this task. But I don’t know where to begin. Perhaps I was the wrong reader for this book. I referenced a number of my own books, from the desert abbas to Joachim Jeremias. As the day dragged on, I found other things to occupy my time, rather than writing. The challenge is, how do I make this message and call relevant, interesting, and motivational?
    I think for me, this task is less about saying whether a book is good or not and more about providing some sort of hope. Stephen and I live below the poverty line, intentionally, but we are not poor in spirit, and we have the kind of life that is full and happy. But many are not so fortunate. The poor and impoverished in spirit have been a central theme in Christian teachings since the ministry of Jesus, yet it is so easily ignored. We tend to think as Americans that poverty exists in slums in third world countries, or on commercials advertising sponsorship for African children.
    As we see our own American economy decline, and as it is sure to only get worse in the coming years, more Americans that never thought about “being poor” are now dealing with the very realities that come with loss of income. Those who exist solely in their belongings have identity crises because their self-worth cannot be tied to what they own. What will their friends think? What will their children, their parents say? Poverty, as it seems, is not just a bank account–it is indeed a state of mind.
    For those who are wrapped up in what they own, in the “right” lifestyle, in the “right” stuff, Jesus’ message may fall a little flat. The attitude is off. They are self-suffering, martyrs to their own god of money. But for the downtrodden, the working man and woman, the child on free lunch, the mother working two and three jobs to pay bills, Jesus’ message is a ray of light and hope. A day of judgment will come. God is both mighty and merciful, and He is not blind to the injustice that happens in this country and around the world. Greed will be punished. Those who take so others may not have will be judged on the day of reckoning. Jesus came with a sword to judge the quick and the dead.
    So where are we in all of this? What is, in fact, our call?
    We look after the least of these. Whatever our talent, we use that to the greater glory of God’s will. We feed people, we clothe them, we house them, we educate their children with the best resources. We elect officials who will care for those who have no voice. We will sacrifice so that all of God’s children can live a life of peace, happiness, and light. We will look around us, at the things we do not need, at the wealth we have amassed, and we will strive for something Higher, Greater, more heavenly. We will give our riches to the poor, and we will, yes, we will, take up that cross and march to Higher Ground.
    In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, Amen.
    Sarah Rachel Thomson

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