[CS-FSLUG] Prayer Request

Don Parris parrisdc at gmail.com
Tue Jul 25 21:44:01 CDT 2006

On 7/25/06, edoc7 <edoc7 at verizon.net> wrote:
> >     I would like to ask the prayers of this community for Ken and his
> >     family.
> >
> >     Many thanks in advance,
> >     Don
> >
> > Usually people reply to prayer requests.  Did I do something wrong?
> Probably, we all do, every day ... that's what
> forgiveness is for.  :-)
> Seriously, in the frenetic pace of our daily lives
> I think that we all forget simple courtesies.  Even
> had you requested a RSVP many of us likely would have
> intended to do so and forgotten.
> You did not ask for a RSVP so I think many of us
> merely assumed that you would know that your family
> here on the list would have immediately raised their
> prayers in agreement.

As long as I have been on the list, I have never seen anyone's request go
without response.  I have never known an RSVP to be required before either.
I just thought it strange that this one did not draw a single response,
hence my question.  If I were used to seeing prayer requests go without any
response, I would not have had a question.  I really was concerned that
linking to an article may have been taken the wrong way or something.  That
may be a 'dumb' way to think about it, but given that I'm conditioned to
seeing the responses...

Anyway, I mean no harm or ill will; I just thought I had made some gaffe
without realizing it. :-)  Thanks for the prayers, and for your answers to
my question.
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