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Prayer for The Unemployed

posted by dprice

Here’s a prayer to help our readers who are unemployed and searching for work. You can also offer prayers of support to these readers on our Financial Prayer Circle.

“My husband has been laid off since the second week of
August.  It has been a very hard struggle for us. We’ve been through hard
times before but never this long.

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My friend will be getting laid off from his job shortly.
He and his wife have 3 children. Please pray that he’ll be able to take care of
them.”

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Please Pray She finds suitable employment to sustain her
living quarters and also help others in need!”

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Dear God,
I pray and ask for your love, guidance and support
in helping me to find meaningful work that will make
good use of the skills and abilities you have given me.
Help me to stay positive, hopeful and awake to new
possibilities. Give me strength, courage, faith and trust
that everything is unfolding perfectly for my highest good.
Help me to receive into my life all the resources that I need
- mentally, physically, spiritually, and financially – so that I
may experience sufficiency, ease and grace. May I be free
from fear of lack and limitation. I surrender this to you
and trust that all my needs are always met. Thank you for
the blessings you have given me, for your light, your love and
your protection on my life, my family and our home on earth.
I consider it done, and so it is.
Amen.

~Deborah Price

Peace & Blessings!
 



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Vitamins

posted November 20, 2009 at 2:20 am


Kimberly, this is much appreciated! God bless you and your family with his choicest blessings!
And I have a special prayer for your dear hubby and I will remember him at Mass this morning.
God grant him all the graces he needs in this new transitions, new job, new undertaking, new hopes, new challenges.
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Denise

posted November 21, 2009 at 11:23 pm


I have been unemployed since April 30. Because I was employed as a church secretary and my church employer did not pay for unemployment insurance, I receive none. It has been very hard for me as I am not married and was actually helping my retired parents and my daughter who had two classes to go before receiving her degree.
Aside from the money, I have been a believer of the Holy Spirit since an early age. But my daily walk with Christ diminished, because when my position was eliminated due to financial reasons, no one has ever called me to see if there was anything I needed. They simply did not care. That’s not what church people are supposed to do. I wondered how someone could lie down at night and slumber peacefully, knowing full well of the trouble they caused.
Seven months later, penniless, and without so much as an interview, I am truly blessed because my faith has increased. I began going back to my church and the welcoming I received when I returned was like no other I have experienced before.
Please pray for me and that I am able to help my family once again.
Thank you and blessings,



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olga agmon

posted November 23, 2009 at 2:52 am


i do not believe in prayer i need money prayer and inspiration do not put food on my table and neither pays my bills.some one should contact me and help me, with money. OLGA.



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Joseph

posted November 24, 2009 at 1:06 am


I truly understand the person that says they don’t believe in prayer but need money. Well, the only most people can do is pray because they don’t have money to give you. God will have to make a way for you to get what you need.
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