30-15-5 Challenge – Day 23

Welcome to Day 23 of the Pray For Someone You Love Series.

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 30-15-5 Challenge – Day 23


  1. Edward Francis | | Reply

    Thank you Rose for your message today, I am sometimes quite confused what to pray, it was very helpful. God bless, Amen.

  2. Januario Ortega | | Reply

    I pray for the conversion of humanity specially my family and those I used to hang with. I also pray for my conversion. Please protect us from all attacks dear God.

  3. Tina | | Reply

    Thank you Rosemary.! Beautiful reflection and touching prayer. It is comforting to know that even when we don’t know how to pray, the spirit of God intercedes ‘with sigh too deep for words’. I will take this with me today and ask the Holy Spirit to help me to pray ‘in our groaning’ as you said.
    God bless you and your ministry…

  4. Amber | | Reply

    Lord I pray every day for you to help Jon my son, who is in need of your Blessings. I thank you.

  5. Rita Lewis | | Reply

    Thank you, Rosemary, for your heartfelt message.
    Yes, sometimes, in prayer, I become distracted, in my thoughts and words.
    I can become overwhelmed, by the
    many things I feel/ want to say, –
    Becomes challenging, to articulate one!

    I have found, during this 30 day prayer, the daily message will resonate with me,
    in providing a thought, / clarity to further explore.
    I believe this is the power of prayer, the Holy Spirit does intercede, to ‘find’ the words, (they ‘pop up’ & flow, as I write!).

    Through the power of the Holy Spirit,
    I place my trust, in God, knowing he hears and acknowledges, even the silence, in my heart.

  6. Bernadette Cleijne | | Reply

    It was a reassuring relief when I first understood these words… and it still is today. I give thanks that this is another way God shows his tender care for us.

  7. Elisabeth | | Reply

    Thank you Rosemary for your prayerful insight to human nature.
    I continue to pray for Roman and all my children that they listen to the power of the Holy Spirit in all their important choices. Amen.

  8. Joan | | Reply

    Thank you Rosemary; what a blessing to be able to serve the Lord together with your husband Bruce. I am so enjoying the daily messages and prayers and I am greatly encouraged as I am praying for my husband. God bless and use you both.

  9. Josie | | Reply

    Thank you I can relate to this message, especially when I keep asking for the same help and feel God is not listening and that he is tired of me.

  10. Rita Lewis | | Reply

    Thank you Lord, for prayer answered. –
    In knowing my circumstances; (being able to work, 2 days only), Lord, you made it possible – I was offered work, for exactly that time……Also…..
    When one of the days was unsuitable, –
    my alternative choice was accepted, to accommodate my position.
    I am truly grateful, for this miracle, and feel truly, truly blessed.

  11. Teresa | | Reply

    Dear Rosemary, thank you and God Bless. It’s comforting to know we have the holy spirit to help us because sometimes I do not know what to say. Dear Lord, thank you for listening. Help me to be still and know that you are God, as I lift up my son to you in faith. Thank you Lord for all you’re doing, thank you Lord for all you’re going to do and thank you Lord for all you have done. Amen.

  12. Maureen | | Reply

    Thank you.

  13. Paula | | Reply

    Thankyou rosemary for your words of wisdom from god. Without the Holy Spirit I know I would have given up a long time ago with the challenges of being a mum. Appreciate the reminder to keep my focus on spirit in times of family upsets Blessings

  14. Lady Webb | | Reply

    Dear Lord my prayers are for my friend Blanca and my nephew Eddy as we. As for all my family and friends, amen

  15. Kevin | | Reply

    Thank you for your clear and concise instructions instructions you shared in today’s topic.May God bless you

  16. Seham Sadek | | Reply

    Thank you Rosemary for this message and God bless

  17. Jessica Kenny | | Reply

    Thank you Rosemarie. so perfect for today, and everyday.

  18. Raymond Russo | | Reply

    Wow Rosemary…That was a powerful reflection. Thank you for your witness…Blessings Raymond

  19. Valerie Simms | | Reply

    Thank you Rosemary and team for the message and prayer. I do have trouble articulating, finding the words to pray to the Lord at times. It is so reassuring that the Holy Spirit is there to come to the rescue. My spirit’s groans are understood and communicate with the Holy Spirit my deepest feelings and thoughts in a way that I can’t. Thank You Holy Spirit for Your help in bringing my prayers to the Father in the name of Jesus amen.

  20. Lynda | | Reply

    Dear Rosemary, It was so good to hear you again. There is so much of compassion in your voice. You chose a right passage. I’m praying for my Youngest son who has Downe’s Syndrome, my Husband’s job, my Mum who is not well and my older children with their jobs. A lot to pray for. I’m sure God will hear my prayers. Keep up the good work that you and Bruce do. God bless you both and the team. Not forgetting your family.

  21. Lynda | | Reply

    Hi Rosemary and Bruce, I’m also praying for a friend who has been recently diagnosed with Leukaemia. May God give her and her family the courage to face this situation.

  22. Colleen VanHaeften | | Reply

    Spot on Rosemary. That is exactly how I feel all the time. Thank you for putting it into words.

  23. Jessica | | Reply

    I pray for my son, as he completes Yr 12 assessments, moves toward his mock exams followed by WACE, help him Lord to listen to the way, the path, that supports his endeavours to move away from distraction and focus on what is at hand. Bless him and all students as they enter into this period of study and examination. Bless them.

  24. Alfred Curtis | | Reply

    Thank yiu, Rosemary. Love you.

  25. Annmaree | | Reply

    What a lovely prayer. I felt like you’re praying for me and brought tears to my eyes. It’s beautiful to know that even when we don’t know what to or how pray God helps thru the power of Holy Spirit. Thank you.

  26. Judy | | Reply

    Thank you for helping me to pray.

  27. Antoinette | | Reply

    Your heartfelt words brought tears to my eyes as you truly expressed how I feel today. There are many days when my prayers just sound hollow and I “try” to word them differently hoping the prayer will have more “power” and then I feel tired, futile and give up praying at all- thinking; “…what good is it???…I keep praying the same prayer for years!!!…” Even now although I know the Holy Spirit intercedes for us I still feel so far from what I’ve been praying for, it is hard to muster up hope.

    I don’t want to sound ungrateful because my daughter has surprised me with improvements in two areas of her life just recently. I nearly fell over when she said she attends mass on campus during the school week (she still can’t get out of bed on Sundays though in time for church-lol), and there was an improvement on her report card, indicating she must be studying the way she used to in the past.

    But we are far from in the clear…We must sell this house and get out of this neighborhood and by selling it I need to receive what the house is truly worth in order to succeed at the next location or I could be in huge trouble. There have been “forces” trying to take over this neighborhood and they want the homes for a song, to-boot..in essence run people out and then steal the house too—the world is so sick right now. Satan sure lives in my neighborhood and as we know by watching the news, all hell seems to be breaking loose in horrific ways.

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