Finding out about the job


#1

As many of you know below is the situation that I am in. I just found out from the recruiter that I have been working with that they should be making a decision today or tomorrow. I am still being considered for this position. If I get it I can be home with my wife for Mother’s Day.

I thank you for your prayers and if you have a specific intention, I will be more than happy to include it in my holy hour.

God Bless!

Please accept my most sincere thanks for your prayers for us!

Currently I live in Colorado (due to a relocation for my job) and my wife (who is pregnant with our 4th child) is in Missouri taking care of our 3 kids.

I know that this is difficult on her, things seem to happen when I am away, sickness, car trouble, etc. I have one opportunity to move back home, a possible job opportunity, but am still waiting to hear from the company. They are considering me for this job and if they extend an offer and I accept, I will be back home with my family.

Thank you for your prayers! I will include you in mine if you let me know your situation.

In Christ!


#2

I’m offering up a few more prayers for you! Keep us updated.:thumbsup:


#3

Yes, I remembered you.
I keep you in my prayer.

God bless.


#4

Yesterday was the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker. I hope he had special attention from the Father and put in a good word for you!
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#5

Still praying. :slight_smile:


#6

Any news MM???


#7

Still waiting to hear. The recuiter just told me that the person that is hiring for this position is analyzing who he wants. It is between me and another person and I think that I am the underdog here. From what they say the other person has more experience, but the person hiring still likes me enough to consider me.

Still praying! Atleast I get to go home this weekend to see my family, it is my son’s First Communion.


#8

I offered my Mass this morning for your intentions. I hope and pray this is the job for you. If not, be confident St. Joseph has something bigger and better in store.
Here is a 30 day prayer:
josephite.com/departments/mission/page2.html
And a 9 day novena:
ewtn.com/Devotionals/novena/joseph.htm#novena%20prayer


#9

Praying.


#10

Thank you so much1 It means a lot to me.

I printed off the 30 say prayer back in April when you mentioned it then also. Thanks! I will have to print off the 9 day one also.

I have a phone interview today with a different company. No need to close doors yet.

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Favor returned. :signofcross:


#11

How was the interview? Any news from the other folks?


#12

The phone interview went will. I have a call into that recruiter to see if there are any updates.

The other job…let’s just say they are trying to help teach me patience. :slight_smile: I have not heard yet, all I know from talking with that recruiter is that I am one of the two finalists and the controller (who is hiring for the position) is still analyzing who he wants.


#13

May the Lord guide those decision makers.

May the Lord bless you and your wife for all you’ve been through. We are praying for you and your family that all turns out all right. Good Luck and God Bless.


#14

My offer came in today, the very day I completed my novena and 30-day prayer. Please know that I am praying for your family and your job as I offer my own prayers of thanksgiving.


#15

The phone interview did not go over so well so no progress on that front. Still no word on the other opportunity. :frowning: I will continue on with my novena, hopefully it will work, I feel like as I read the novena, I should be doing more? Meditating on it? Praying it with more feeling? Not sure.

Anyhow, CONGRATULATIONS!!! That is what is important, you got the job and I am happy for you. I will offer up praise and thanksgiving to God this evening at adoration for you and for St. Joseph! That is awesome. I am truly excited for you!


#16

Praying for you and all those in search of jobs.
:gopray:


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