Please pray for my friend who has son in serious trouble

I come to you to ask for prayers for my friend who has a young teenage(14) son who is gay, into drugs, and sex. He also says he is an athiest. He does not want to change or give up his evil ways. He still lives at home with them, and they are trying to help him, but he does not want help.

I am so sad and shocked at what has happened to this child and family . I find the whole family is suffering in many different ways. They need to be strong to make tough decisions for their son and family.

Thank you for all your prayers.

Blessings to you

Prayers for the whole family and especially the young son who seems to have has lost his way. May the love and strength and courage of his family and friends guide him back to a point of self love and respect for himself and his loving family. Prayers to St. Joseph, patron of the family, to intercede and help guide this family to happiness once more. Amen.

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with Thee, Blessed art Thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of Thy womb, Jesus.
Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death. Amen

:gopray2: My heart goes out to this boy and his family. I will pray for the son and also pray for the parents. Hopefully they will have the strength and perserverance to get their son on the right track. Nothing is impossible with God.

I pray for this young man, and his family. :gopray2:


Eternal Father, I offer you the body and blood, soul and divinity of your only begotten son, our Lord Jesus Christ.

For the sake of his sorrowful passion, have Mercy on us, and on this family, and this whole world.

Strengthen with Grace this family Lord, and by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, guide this youth back to the arms of Jesus.


Praying for the family.


Prayers for your friend and son :gopray2:

Praying that God will reach the son through the family.

I will pray for your friend and this family.

Will pray for all.

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