Blogging from A to Z
Blogging from A to Z

Here’s the Prayer Wall for the A to Z Scripture Adventure. You can pray for any or all of these and feel free to add your own in the comments. I’ll categorize them and add them to the list. It will be updated regularly through April.

A-Adjustment. Pray for me to make whatever adjustments are needed to line up with what is pleasing to the Lord.


C-CRPS. A friend has complex regional pain syndrome. Pray for his healing and pain relief.

D-Depression. A friend’s son deals with depression and schizophrenia. Please pray for God’s healing touch and peace to his mind.

    Divine Connections.




H-Hurting. Please pray for a reader’s cousin who is hurting because of the loss of her husband and other struggles she has faced.


J-Job, Pray for a friend who needs a better job. Her husband passed away, and she wants to remain in the same house. She needs a better job and increase in income to be able to do this.

M-Migraines. Pray for K and C and L and A and C, people I know who are suffering from frequent migraine headaches. Pray for those you know with this affliction that they will be healed.

P-Protection, Pray for a friend’s son to have God’s protection in his mind and body while he works in a foreign country with potential danger. Return safely by the end of the month.


R-Relationships. Please pray for a friend who has a difficult situation with criticism and negativity coming from her mother. Pray for positive interactions for them and other family members. Pray for restoration of relationships.

S-Salvations. Send up prayers for those who don’t know the Lord, and pray that He gives us each wisdom and love and that we would be obedient to His leading so that what we do and say will draw others to Him.

T-Thriving. Thriving is the prayer I pray for my children every day. I pray that they are thriving mentally, spiritually, physically, financially, and emotionally. And I pray this over myself as well.

U-Unfortunate. A reader asked us to pray for those who are less fortunate than us. It sounds like she works with the disabled, very poor, and terminally ill people. She asks us to pray for those who “don’t have the means to survive.” She says, “Our hopes and prayers don’t seem to be working,” so let’s pray for encouragement for all concerned. I believe she is from the United Kingdom.