Please pray for housing for my son Andrew. He has a home that has a mouse problem. There is nothing affordable available in our town and he is a student soon to graduate. He has lived in the house many years and gets rid of the mice, only to have them return next season. Thank you!
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June 12, 2019 at 8:33 am
Heavenly Father, I join with the prayers of this mother on behalf of her son. I pray that you will open the door for an affordable alternative to the present living arrangement. I pray that both Andrew and his mother will be a testament of your divine intervention in our lives as you answer their prayers. You alone are our provider, precious Father. I thank and praise you for the faith of this mother in the power of prayer. I pray that you will inhabit Andrew’s new dwelling place, and use this place to build his faith in you. Touch and comfort this mother and son, I pray further that you will intervene with the landlord of this rodent infested housing to fulfill the legal responsibility of providing a clean, safe, and pest free habitation.
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June 12, 2019 at 9:43 am
Standing in agreement with these prayers. Our property backs up to a green belt from which we have many wild animals come to visit our yard and home, including mice. We never like them, but they are a function of living close to an open space of undeveloped land and provide us with a countryside atmosphere in the suburbs.
Lord, we pray that You help this young man find an appropriate and affordable place to live with is not infested with mice or other vermin. We know You can do this! Even this week it was You who provided an affordable house for our friends, Jesse and Angela, to buy in expensive California. Thank You! Amazing! Amen! This guy only needs one small space to call his own and You know where that is. Please give him wisdom and turn his eyes towards it.
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