Can you pray for dogs?

Table of contents:

  1. Can you pray for dogs?
  2. Who was Jesus's female friend?
  3. Why was Jesus born in a stable?
  4. Where in the Bible does it talk about Jesus being born in a stable?
  5. What was Jesus's birthday?
  6. Did Mary ride to Bethlehem on a donkey?
  7. Why did Jesus ride a donkey that had never been ridden?
  8. What type of place was Jesus born in?

Can you pray for dogs?

Help them, Lord, deliver (pet's name) from any pain and suffering. Grant (pet's name Your peace as I place him/her in Your capable hands. I ask for healing, I ask for strength, I ask O Lord that Your perfect will be accomplish in this pet's life for Your glory. In Jesus' name.

Who was Jesus's female friend?

Mary Magdalene

Why was Jesus born in a stable?

The birth of Christ may be the most famous Bible story of all, reprised annually in nativity scenes across the world each Christmas: Jesus was born in a stable, because there was no room at the inn.

Where in the Bible does it talk about Jesus being born in a stable?

Mary laid her newborn child in a manger (cf Luke 2:7). From this detail it has been correctly deduced that Jesus was born in a stable, in an inhospitable – one might even say unworthy – space, which nevertheless provided the necessary privacy for the sacred event . . .

What was Jesus's birthday?

December 25

Did Mary ride to Bethlehem on a donkey?

Mary did not ride to Bethlehem on a donkey. Nowhere in any Gospel does it say that Mary did anything but walk. The whole journey is given in three lines: Joseph and Mary went to Bethlehem and while they were there, she went into labour.

Why did Jesus ride a donkey that had never been ridden?

This donkey was born for Jesus' wonderful work. It had not been used or ridden by anyone else. This donkey was tied up so that it could not wander away or be taken by someone else. It was waiting for Jesus to climb on to ride.

What type of place was Jesus born in?

Bethlehem lies 10 kilometres south of the city of Jerusalem, in the fertile limestone hill country of the Holy Land. Since at least the 2nd century AD people have believed that the place where the Church of the Nativity, Bethlehem, now stands is where Jesus was born.