Your Prayers Besought

I need to find a new job in four weeks.

Things haven’t worked out well in my current one, and my supervisors and I agree it’s time for me to find something else – and probably for them to dissolve the position.

I need to do good work that glorifies God, directly or indirectly, and I need to earn a living to support my family.

Beyond that, I am open.

So I’m beginning to update my résumé and portfolio site, and scan the available position sites/classifieds. That’s why I haven’t blogged faithfully of late, and why I’m behind on developing templates for the revamped New Wineskins site; and why I haven’t made a big deal about my ten-thousandth unique visitor (whoever it was) because I just noticed this morning that the counter had passed it.

Thanks for dropping by, whoever you are, and please pencil me in on your list of petitions to the Father.

11 thoughts on “Your Prayers Besought

  1. Keith –You know I’ve been praying for you for a while now, and will continue to do so. You’re in a really difficult place right now, I know, with this. As soon as I read your post a little while ago, an old, old song immediately popped into my head, “Be not afraid, what ere betide, God will take care of you.” I have no idea where that came from, but will hold that sentiment close for you and pray God grants its blessings and comfort on you.

  2. I’ll be praying for you, Keith. But be warned: if you’re really open to God’s leading in this regard, prepare to be surprised (and blessed).

  3. I don’t guess I knew you were getting into the situation you are in. You can believe that I will be praying for you brother.Gee… I wish I had a job for ya here at New Life… they can barely afford to pay me though! lolWe need more Keith Brentons in the world.Beneath His Mercy,Brian

  4. God Bless!If you get a chance could you please say a prayer for a little girl named “Rebekah” who has cancer. God knows who you will be praying about! Thank you so much!Trying to rally some good Christian Prayer for her and her family!

  5. Keith,You are in my prayers. I like Milton Stanley’s comment about being prepared to be blessed and surprised. More than anything, I pray that God will grant you the desire of your heart — that desire he put there to begin with.God bless you, Serena

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