Prayers needed

As I start this entry I’m standing in an airport security line. I’m praying for my family while I’m gone, the plane and all the passengers, traveling mercies while I’m gone, thanksgiving for my laptop’s ‘healing’ Saturday night and for this line inching along.

What does the Lord require of us?

To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with Him.

To walk justly… What exactly does that look like?

Doing what is right…Biblically right.

Okay I’m now in Atlanta airport.

Very long story short..will share later. I sat next to a young man I knew when he was in high school. His family went to our church. His Dad is having emergency surgery-bilateral retinal surgery.

We were meant to sit on that row (he moved there late last night!!)

And now you, my dear reader, can pray for his Dad. What a privilege we have as fellow believers!


I selected this picture especially for this young man…he loves to fish as so does his Dad. My husband took this photo last year.

I’m now on next plane preparing for take off. Wonder what God has in store for me now?

Blessings, Susan

About Author
Susan Werthem is a Bible study leader, speaker and author.Image-1
She takes the Word of God and shares His truth in a humorous, unique and insightful way.

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2 thoughts on “Prayers needed

  1. Patty Walsh

    God is so amazing to place us in “His” very spot at just the right time, “His” time in day-to-day circumstances to give us the opportunity to be “His” feet on the ground. Can’t wait to hear what your next opportunity was! May God keep you safe on your journey! Love, Patty


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