“…the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance…” Galatians 5: 22, 23
Please fill us, Dear Lord, with Your Holy Spirit so that we will bring forth fruits to bless our families, friends, church, and all people that we come in contact with as we go about our lives. May we nurture one another and support one another as women. Bless our ministry we pray.
At our last Women’s Ministries gathering, the Ladies were encouraged by Sharon Leopold to tell of a time when they knew God intervened to help them. How about you? Do you have a story to share? Call 972-740-5210 or email KSeveranceLMSW@gmail.com.
My Most Memorable Thanksgiving
My daughter and son-in- law live in a sparsely populated area in the mountains. When they were moving into their house, we went to help them. One of the things we had to move in was a heavy piano. I realized that these two men would not be able to do this alone because there are five steps to be navigated from ground to house. Since they were just moving there, they knew no one to ask for help; and, being men, they planned to do it without help.
So, I fervently, quietly, talked to the Lord about help for them.
About a block and a half away on a slight incline was the only other house in the area. It was Thanksgiving, so there was a football game on television. The man who lived in the house was watching the game with his son and nephew when he decided to get up and look out the window. (What man does that?) He saw the problem my husband and son-in-law were having and turned off the game. (What man does that!?) He brought his son and nephew (all three were big strapping guys) and came to help them move the piano.
Now, you can believe that it was coincidence or you can believe that God told him to look out the window and to go help. What I know is that 15 minutes earlier, there was no hope of help. I call it a divine miracle, answer to prayer, and a true reason for Thanksgiving. Sharon Leopold
“……May His miracles have a deep and permanent effect on your lives. Tell your children and your grandchildren about the glorious miracles He did.” Deuteronomy 4:9
Prayer Requests are welcome also. Women’s Ministries will pray for you. You may use your name or not. Call 972-740-5210 or email KSeveranceLMSW@gmail.com with your request.
Prayer Requests and Praises


Please pray that God will help me be kind to someone who is badly trying my patience and to teach me how to respond effectively. Mary W.
Pray for my sister’s health, emotions, and her faith. She just finished treatment for a second breast cancer. Her first time was a mastectomy. Thank you ladies for prayers. Kathy S.
Thank you for answering my prayer for a better job. I love it! Anonymous