Marty Martel Prayer Line For Thursday April18

martymartelprayer2013If you have a prayer or a thought that you want to mention here or send to someone who you believe is deserving please use my column to reach special people who would go out of their way to say a special prayer on your behalf for that someone you care about – Marty Martel

WHISNews21 Prayer Line and thoughts for this Thursday ending April 18, By Marty Martel..



Please keep in your thoughts and prayer lines the people of Boston, especially those who were lost and injured, and devastated by the bombings.  Also the terrible explosion today near Waco, Texas and all of the terrible things that are taking place in our country and the world.

I feel these are signs of the times.  Prayer can never be said enough, so please lets reach out to all of our prayer lines and ask for continued prayers that terrorists attacks and countries such as North Korea are stopped by the Hand of the Lord so that their deaf ears shall be open to peace and love in our world.

No Time

I  knelt to pray but not for long,   I had too much to do.   I had to hurry and get to work   For bills would soon be due.

So  I knelt and said a hurried prayer,   And jumped up off my knees.   My Christian duty was now done   My soul could rest at ease.

All  day long I had no time   To spread a word of cheer.   No time to speak of Christ to friends,   They’d laugh at me I’d fear.

No  time, no time, too much to do,   That was my constant cry,   No time to give to souls in need   But at last the time, the time to die.

I  went before the Lord,   I came, I stood with downcast eyes.   For in his hands God held a book;   It was the book of life.

God  looked into his book and said   “Your name I cannot find.   I once was going to write it down . . .   But never found the time”


 If you have anyone you would like to send a prayer out to please mail them to

for inclusion in to WHISNews21 weekly prayer line initiated by Marty Martel

in the interest of goodwill to all in need of a little help by the way of a prayer

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