Prayer Requests – 9

Please share any prayer requests you may have for friends or loved ones here….

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  1. Bull Durham says:

    A dear friend of my daughter, a wonderful woman, professional physical therapist for seniors, has just been diagnosed with breast cancer. She didicated her life to helping others.

    We are praying it is Stage 1 and minimal for her. She is a wonderful woman.

    Please add your prayers for Jill.

    Thank you.

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    • Ad rem says:

      I’m praying for your daughter’s friend and your daughter Bull. Let us know when you have more information as to her full condition.

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    • G-d&Country says:

      Praying for your family, daughter and her friend. My sister had BC. It’s amazing what they can do now. Blessings to you all.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      I just sent up a prayer for Jill, Bull.

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      • Bull Durham says:

        Thank you.
        Today, Tuesday, Feb. 7, she gets the oncologist’s eval.
        Please pray for good news for a prognosis of minimal impact on her.

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        • Bull Durham says:

          Here’s my daughter’s email on the doctor visit Jill had with my daughter in support.

          Hi Dad,
          We met with the surgeon today and they are going to schedule a lumpectomy soon(no date yet). At that time they will officially stage the cancer and take lymph node samples. As of now the ultrasound did not show any lymph node involvement. Thank GOD! The surgeon thinks it’s about a stage 1 or possibly 2? After lumpectomy it will be definitive . All in all , it was pretty much the best news we could have hoped for. He said if all goes as planned and there isn’t any big surprise during surgery she will have radiation after she heals from the surgery . She will meet with the oncologist after surgery.
          Thank you for the prayers . They work!!!!!

          So. Prayers work. We thank you and please keep her in mind.

          CTH is so special. What a blessing to have this support.

          Thanks.

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          • LBB says:

            This is great news and prayers answered. Same conversation my Mom got 7 yrs ago. ALL of it . Took 5yr pill (forget name of it) afterwards and has clean bill of health still today.
            Will pray for no surprises and for the Lord to give everyone involved the needed strength through each step & recovery.

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          • justfactsplz says:

            Prayer does work. This is an encouraging prognosis. I lost a kidney to cancer in 2005. It was stage 2 cancer and I am doing just fine and cancer free 12 years later. I will say more prayers for Jill as she goes through surgery and treatment.

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        • justfactsplz says:

          I will pray specifically that Jill will get good news on her prognosis. Treatment from what I understand has come a long way in the last couple of years.

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    • Sis-in-law on tail end of BC treatment. It was very early for her and seemed quite “easy”, considering the possibilities. She has radically changed how she eats, her outlook on life, is exercising (first time in her life), etc. It has been rather life-changing and her attitude is outstanding. I will pray for Jill that this will have been caught very early for her too!

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    • Faraway says:

      Dear, I have been diagnosed with breast cancer half year ago at faraway land. I came upon the prayer of “open tread” prayed as a none believer as anyone would do if faced with that. Believe in miracles only Jesus son of god can give. I believe now in Jesus my lord, after couple of month of tests and lap works the word of Jesus send to me from all doctors and hospitals labs, you don’t have cancer. Nothing and they don’t understand why.
      Every day I wake up first thing I reside the Lord’s Prayer I’m so thankful to have found SD to guide me.
      I believe and I’m sure it is a miracle in some way, tell your friend to pray, and believe
      Thank you

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  2. G-d&Country says:

    Hello fellow Treepers. I am going to try and not post at all until next weekend, except one post on Cursday (let’s see how good I am) :-). I have been reading and posting way too much, and have become lazy, not copying out, changing font, and enlarging everything I want to read and reply to. This has caused my vision to become awful, and put too much of a strain on my eyes. I have a follow-up with an auto-immune eye specialist on Friday, and do not want this strain to mess up his examination. So everyone have a great week, prayers for all my Treeper friends, and I’ll be back!

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  3. justfactsplz says:

    Our situation with G. has no immediate answers. In my state if you receive mail some place you legally live there and cannot be evicted. There was a blow up between G. and Gary yesterday and one between G. and me yesterday and today. She says she won’t move until her land sells. She has been trying to sell it for fourteen years. There is an evil force at work in her, I can see it.

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  4. Good morning friends. Dear, long-time friends of our dear friends got a call over the weekend that one of their two college-age son’s took some sort of fall down stairs; later that night went to sleep and never woke up. Apparently nobody, the boy or his friends, thought about the ramifications of a concussion and that hospital observation would have been key. Oh, the what if’s….. my heart aches for all of them.

    Thank you for your prayers!

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    • LBB says:

      Cinderella, I just need to be clear if “never woke up” means he died vs being in a coma.
      My heart aches for all of you too. I once had to have my son call me every couple of hours after a fall and concussion at work. He lived alone and out of state. I pray all who have seen this message take it also as a gentle reminder.

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      • Yes, thank you for asking. Friday, he was at a frat party and fell down some basement stairs according to news reports. After that the details are still very sketchy but at some point he went to bed and from what I was told, died in his sleep. He was pronounced dead on Saturday at the hospital. The fraternity has been suspended in operations and there are questions as to why nobody called 911 for 12 hours. The whole thing is so sad… I don’t know what was going on at that frat house. It could’ve been all above board and this could be just a severe case of bad judgment. It could be opposite end of spectrum too. Either way, devasted parents, family, students and community.

        So scary about your son. I trust it all was fine in the end. People nowadays see definitely becoming more aware not to mess with concussions.

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        • LBB says:

          Very tragic for this young man.

          All was fine with my son. I told him to watch for possible savant qualities afterwards. Sent him an article about some who suddenly can do things they couldn’t before. Just part of my warped (at times) sense of humor.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      I just said a prayer for God’s comfort for this grieving family in the unexpected loss of their son.

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  5. 7delta says:

    I’ve spoken of my dad several times in the comments about his prayers for this nation and her people…and his sense of humor. I got a call this morning from the Hospice nurse telling me I needed to contact my brother and come to the nursing home. My dad appears to be making his way home, but it’s hard to tell, since he’s done this before, then suddenly perked back up. My brother and I know that at his age of 89, one of these episodes will finally take him home.

    My dad is ready to go and has been probably since he accepted Jesus as his savior at age 9. The staff at the nursing home is emotional and heartbroken, he’s so loved. Of course, for us, we’re torn between letting him go, because it’s time, and our own desires, since his absence will leave such a huge hole in our lives. We have dwindled down to a small family and we’re all very close to our dad/grandfather. It’ll be difficult, but God knows what He’s doing.

    Dad perked up some this afternoon and drank some apple juice. My brother and I decided to go home to take care of the fur balls, then, unless something changed, we’d go back in the morning, since Dad was stable. I asked my father if he wanted me to spend the night. In a whisper he said, “I wouldn’t mind, if you did.” So, I’m going back as soon as I eat something.

    Please remember us in your prayers and that God’s Will is done. His Will is always perfect, but I’m not. Please pray I hold it together, if this time is my dad’s time…and that I will remember to praise God as my dad makes his journey home. I’ll be okay…I think. It’s that doubt that need to be removed.

    Thank you, Treepers. I have told my dad about you many times, often by screen name, because God dwells in this tree house. You all bring joy, comfort and truth. May God shower His best blessings upon you all.

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    • LBB says:

      Delta7. Many treepers will be with you, via Spirit, during your stay with your Father. God’s spirit will be with you both during this time.

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      • 7delta says:

        Thank you, LBB. I need Jesus’s strong arms and your prayers.

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        • Buzzybee says:

          7delta, I’m unsure the time difference but hope you see this. My prayers are with you and with your dad. I’ve always believed that God prepares His people before he calls them home. God will comfort your dad possibly in ways you cannot see. As I’ve been praying for God to save my own dad, I’ve seen God work in ways I never would have thought. Anyway, prayers continue for you and for your dad also that the Lord will draw close to both of you.

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          • 7delta says:

            Thank you, Buzzybee. I just got home to shower after handing watch over to my brother. As soon as I’m presentable, I’ll go back. All of your prayers must be working. God hasn’t taken him home yet. Amazingly, he’s better. Still weak and sleepy, but more alert and taking fluids than yesterday morning. As I said above, he’s done this before, then rebounded, but yesterday did seem different. Hospice was right to call us.

            When I get back, I will tell my dad about yours and together, we’ll pray for God to knock down the final barriers in your dad’s heart. All things are possible through Jesus’ name.

            My dad is a minister. I usually say he’s retired, but in reality, ministers never retire. They just go into a different ministry. The nursing home staff tells me all the time that he’s still ministering, even when he’s unaware he’s doing it. Maybe God is waiting on us to pray for your dad. Every soul is precious and your dad’s is no exception. We’ll do our best.

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          • 7delta says:

            Buzzybee, I didn’t get to pray with my dad today due to constant traffic and an aunt and uncle that came to visit. I’ve prayed already for your dad, but I’m going back to spend the night in a little while. My dad’s breathing has changed and the nursing supervisors thought it time to give him a little morphine to help slow his respirations. Things were not as good this afternoon as they were earlier. However, when I get back and it’s quiet, I’ll tell him about your concerns and will pray with him. He’s knows what’s going on. Even if he can’t speak the words, he’ll be there with me.

            I feel a lot of peace about your dad. I believe in miracles and I believe God answers prayers. Whatever your dad’s needs are, spiritual, physical or both, God knows them better than we do. When two or more gather in His name… I think we have more than two praying. I’d bet everyone who has read your post has already prayed for him and will continue.

            I just spoke to my dad’s minister, who, it just so happens is a regular reader here at CTH. I told him about your dad, so your dad and mine are on his prayer list and will be remembered tonight at services.

            Just wanted you to know you’ve been on my mind all day. I love you and your dad, even though we don’t even know one another’s names or ever seen each other’s faces. God knows. He’s already blessed your dad with you.

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    • 7Delta, it sounds like you are fully aware of God’s perfect timing and God’s perfect will. That is the important thing. It is hard to praise him in pain, but you recognize this is the only thing to do. Peace to you this evening as you spend time with your dear father. my prayers are with you. The God of the universe has given you many many years with your dear father. Praise be to God.

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      • 7delta says:

        Thank you, Cinderella. We’re hanging in there. My dad seems a little better this morning. I know things can change quickly, but I hold out hope that maybe he’ll get better enough to enjoy whatever time he has left. I don’t want him to be miserable. God knows that. It’s in His Hands. All is to God’s glory.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      7delta, I am sending up prayers for you. I lost my mother a year ago. She lacked one month of being 94 and was on hospice in a nursing home. I was alone in the room with my mother when she went to heaven. I too wondered how I could get through it and how I would handle it. God helped me hold it together. He gave me strength and a peace that truly passeth all understanding in those last hours. I was glad I was there holding her hand, kissing her forehead, and telling her she was going to heaven in those last moments. I pray that you too will feel a God’s presence very strongly this night.

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      • 7delta says:

        Thank you, Justfactsplz. I was with my mom and grandmother when they passed. I think it’s a blessing, even though it’s hard knowing how much we’ll miss our loved ones. I’m sorry you lost your mom, but I’m glad you were with her. I appreciate you reminding me of the strength and peace that can only come from Our Father in Heaven. You note gives me a more peaceful feeling.

        Right now, my dad seems to be doing better. It’s all in God’s Hands. As my dad often says, one day we will be reunited in the presence of God. I’m very grateful for that too. Thank you for your prayers.

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    • gettherejustassoon says:

      Psalm 121:8 The LORD shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this time forth, and even for evermore.

      Even so, there were those who were present at a time when a male child was born, your dad. It was their obligation to care, nurture, and love him at life’s beginning and as he traveled along life’s way. Now, to you it is entrusted the very special honor and obligation to care, nurture, and love him as he completes the end of his earthly journey taking him to God’s kingdom.

      May the Lord keep, protect, and strengthen your dad, you, and your family, relatives, and friends.

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  6. G-d&Country says:

    Hello everyone. Thank you for your prayers good wishes. I pray for those who have left posts here for cancer healing, their ailing fathers, justfactsplz, and also for those too sick to post – may God keep all of us close to His loving heart Amen.
    I am asking for prayers for a truly wonderful man. My husband’s best best friend at work for 23 years has liver cancer, and has been through multiple chemotherapies. He (let’s call him K) has been told there is nothing else to be done, and he has 1 month to 1 year left. K is 53yo, married with 2 teenage children. smart, hardworking, good-hearted, family man. An example of his good heart was when Hubby & I sold our house we had to move into a rental, and it had mold. I became very ill, we had to throw out many of our possessions, and go live in a hotel. Hubby did not have any vacation time left to straighten out the legal mess, take me to the doctor, and find a new place to live. K said he had vacation time stored he had to use or lose, (pre-cancer he never got sick) so he transferred a week of his time to Hubby instead of using it himself! We have not been able to transfer any time back to him because all Hubby’s time has been used for our medical needs and housing problems (Hubby has not had a full week off in 27 years between our medical and housing problems). Hubby asked if there was anything he could do, and K said no. We are heartbroken. The only thing we can do is pray. A calendar I had 40 years ago comes to mind. It said “Faith isn’t Faith until it’s all you’re hanging onto.”
    PS: (justfactsplz Please keep a dated journal with everything going on with G: her lawyers name, descriptions of blow ups with her, the ambulance company name that would not go into her filthy house, pictures of her filthy house, what your clean house looks like vs (hopefully not) what her dirty area of your house looks like, how this affects you and your husband, and who else has witnessed things. This dated journal may become valuable evidence in your favor.)

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    • justfactsplz says:

      The journal is a good idea, thank you. I will pray for K. I believe in miracles and will pray. God is the final voice in when we are to die. I continue prayers for your health issues also.

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  7. tinkerthinker2 says:

    I’d like to ask for prayers for my daughter. She has suffered off and on all her life with stomach aches. The doctors always said there was nothing wrong with her, classified her as an hypochondriac. Other things started going wrong as she got older…symptoms of RA, IBS, and lots of stomach pain. Every test showed negative for anything so they kept telling her it was all in her head. It has come to the point that she is now hospitalized with a digestive system that doesn’t work. After about a million test they finally found a birth defect in her small intestine which has now caused Chrones throughout her intestines. She had surgery to remove the birth defect and was prescribed a medication for the inflammation but insurance refuses to pay for it. It’s $1200.00…so now she’s back in the hospital suffering. right now I don’t know if she will recover we are at our wits end. Please send a prayer to her. Her name is Samantha.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      I just sent up prayers for Samantha that God will touch her body and clear up the inflammation and Chrones. Contact the drug company that makes the $1200.00 medicine Samantha needs. Many times they will provide it for free if insurance doesn’t cover it and you can’t afford it. Keep us posted on how she is doing tinkerthinker2. I also pray for God’s comfort and assurance for you and your husband.

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      • tinkerthinker2 says:

        Thank you. As for the medicine…all that was done..her employer is a Dr. ..she is a little better today. They began feeding her through a tube so she is now getting some nutrition. I appreciate all the prayers, it really helps.

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    • 7delta says:

      I have already added your daughter to my prayer list. I pray things will turn around soon for Samantha and you will all feel the comfort and presence of God.

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      • tinkerthinker2 says:

        Thank you! She has improved a little more, they took the nasogastric tube out a few hours ago that was sucking everything out of her stomach and let her try some apple juice and broth. I’m very encouraged and humbled by the power of prayer! Thank you again!

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  8. 7delta says:

    As of this morning, my dad is now in the presence of his Lord and Savior. There is much rejoicing in the Heavenly Realm with souls gone before. The family is tired and will miss him terribly, but happy for him. The support we’ve gotten from the nursing home and friends has been overwhelming. Thank you all for you kind prayers. You are all very special. Thank you.

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    • tinkerthinker2 says:

      I’m sorry for your loss and rejoice that he is where we all strive to go. Godspeed and bless you.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      I rejoice with Heaven that your dad went home there and doesn’t have to suffer. I am sorry for your earthly loss. Prayers for you and the family for strength and comfort as you go through the next few days.

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    • gettherejustassoon says:

      Grant him rest eternal in the peace and joy of the Lord. And, may you be comforted in your bereavement by the everlasting love of God through Christ Jesus in the power of the Holy Spirit.

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      • 7delta says:

        Thank you, gettherejustassoon. It’s been a busy day and I’m not sure I feel the full of impact, but I’m sustained by the joy of my father’s homecoming. He was a special man, loved Jesus and wanted everyone else to know Jesus’ love.

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        • gettherejustassoon says:

          Over time, as those close to me left this life, I was drawn to think of the Resurrected Christ, appearing to the disciples and saying, “Peace be with you.” Somehow, it seemed to me that He was not calling them away from their grief, rather that ought not grieve as those who have no hope.

          So, in the days following a loss, whether with memories of happier times or with tears overflowing, it’s as if the Lord’s comfort was in those words, “Peace be with you.”

          So, this is my prayer for you and yours, that you might know such peace as only He can give. God bless.

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  9. justfactsplz says:

    I just wanted to let buzzybee and alleycats know that I am sending up prayers for them. I pray for T.D. Tweety, Angie, Pam, Taqui, and others that we have not seen grace these pages in a long time. If you read here you are not forgotten. Continued prayers for Sharon for her full recovery also. May God bless all of the Treepers.

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    • Buzzybee says:

      7delta, JFP, and others here— I am so sorry I’ve been remiss on keeping up. I got overwhelmed and had to let some computer time go. I’m caught up on reading everyone’s prayer blogs now. 7delta, your sharing about prayers for my dad made my eyes water. Hugs and love to you in your loss. JFP, you’re never forgotten by me. tinkerthinker, I rejoice that your daughter is improving. My prayer is for her to continue to improve.

      My update; tomorrow in about 30 hours we will bury stepmom’s ashes. This will be in a National Cemetery for Veterans as my dad is a vet. When he dies, her ashes will go into his casket so they can be in the same plot. That is the way they both wanted it. Since she died first, she’ll be in that cemetery in an above ground columbarium. My dad seems quite focused on this whole cemetery thing, and this is very tough for him. For me, it’s like having the funeral all over again. Dad was in shock at the funeral service last Nov. and does not remember much of it. The stress I’m feeling as I care for Dad is beyond description. Your support and prayers help very much. Normally I get CTH updates in my inbox, but for some reason haven’t gotten them. Perhaps because I haven’t made entries in a while.

      Thank you so much all of you for your prayers and support. Dad and I have a journey yet to go. Only God knows how long it will be. We will be touring some foster care homes in a few weeks. I hope to get him moved closer to me and his house sold. He seems on the fence about it. I’m unhappy about his living alone with his heart (CHF). His heart doctor is behind in scheduling. Their office seems to be having problems keeping up. Another thing we have to address as Dad needs to be seen in a few weeks for check up.

      It may be several days before I post again, but rest assured I’ve not forgotten anyone here. I do read all, even if I don’t always comment. God knows each and every situation and His love is big enough to cover ALL of our needs. Love and Hugs to every one. I will try to post again before too long.

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      • justfactsplz says:

        Prayers for you and your dad tomorrow at the cemetery. I know it will be difficult for both of you. I pray for God to help ease your stress. I know what it’s like to care for someone for an extended period of time. It really drains you. I went through it with my mother and am living it now with Gary. Hugs.

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        • Buzzybee says:

          Thanks, JFP! Much appreciated! I’ll be praying for you and Gary too. Today is the day after the cemetery time. It went okay. Now it’s just the caregiving part. Dad’s heart doctor’s office has dropped the ball in scheduling and there seems to be some problem there. It may be that the good doctor is spread too thin. But now we have to deal with that as Dad will need to be seen in a few weeks by his heart doctor, unless we are forced to find a new one since they cannot seem to give him an appointment in this last 6 weeks. They’ve been giving him excuses (we don’t have the doctor’s calender; the scheduler has to call you; the scheduler is not here, etc.) Another matter for prayer. I may have to throw my weight around tomorrow, tactfully but assertively. I don’t think they’re behaving professionally.

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          • justfactsplz says:

            That doctor’s office is not acting professionally. Maybe you do need to change doctors as your dad will need to be seen more often. I have taken care of sick people in my family since my oldest daughter was five and had her first surgery. Sometimes I wanted to pull my hair out fighting for the best of care for her even going out of state for surgeries a few times. It is upsetting. I will pray about that situation for you. I know how hard it is to deal with your loved ones pending parting without having to worry about their care too. I have had to get tough a few times. I don’t like confrontation at all but God helped me to stand up for myself and my loved ones when necessary.

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            • buzzybee says:

              Thank you sooo much, JFP. Knowing you’re praying helps a lot. I hope Dad lets me get tough with them. This heart doctor is good with care at appointments, but his office needs to get a clue. I’m unsure WHY this problem exists now as it didn’t before. I’m hoping to find out what’s really going on.

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  10. gettherejustassoon says:

    Praying that we may come to know, believe, live, and be renewed daily in a life of “Love Divine, All Love Excelling. “https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6i6NrqCfLTs

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  11. tinkerthinker2 says:

    A quick up date about my daughter Samantha…and my eternal gratitude for our Lord in Christ…She turned the corner! She has improved, her digestive system is now working! For the first time in three weeks she does not have ‘that ashen look’ but some color back. Dr is treating her with what they would have done 15 years ago..it’s something they can use to control the Chrones while they continue to work on getting the medication she needs…It’s so complicated I won’t bore ya but she now has three doctors, the hospital, her boss(Dr also) who are going to bat for her! Thank you all for your prayers, I believe they worked. And I am humbled by the glory of GOD .

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  12. buzzybee says:

    JFP, I’m praying especially for you and Gary this week as I know you’re both having health issues from what you’ve shared before.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      Thank you. I have been in physical therapy and it has made my pain worse. G. is taking a toll on Gary now too. I think it has made him worse. He has been really grouchy lately. He said if he had known what she was really like he would have never told her she could come live with us. I wish he hadn’t too. We thought we were doing a good thing and could help her. She doesn’t want better for herself. She doesn’t see God as a loving God. Pity.

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      • buzzybee says:

        I’m so sad for you and Gary. Prayers for your whole situation. I have a cousin similar to this. She does believe in God, but she’s not taking care of herself. I send her a care package every Christmas, but I sent less last year so I wouldn’t be enabling. I was shocked to discover she was going to Casinos, even though she’s low income. She said she doesn’t go very often, but sometimes I’ve wondered. She has R.A. really badly, which is why I’ve sent her things. There are things she could do to help herself, but she won’t do them. We cannot help people who put up walls to the help that God provides. Perhaps God is using this situation to help you grow (refiner’s fire). That’s when I want to say; ‘I’ve grown enough for now, Lord! I need a respite!’ My prayer for you is to get a respite and some rest (physical and mental). Oh, how we need to rest under the shadow of God’s wings when tribulations threaten to overwhelm! — ‘Thy face, Lord, do I seek.’

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        • justfactsplz says:

          God never gives us more than we can handle. He helps us through the most difficult times. He is truly our Rock and Refuge. I don’t know how people cope who don’t have Him in their lives. I believe the only reason G. came to be with us is so I could lead her to His salvation. I did that. The rest is up to her.

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          • buzzybee says:

            Yes. The rest is up to her. God has made His move. We cannot see into G’s heart, but God can. Difficult as she is, and resistant as she is, God knows her frame and knows her heart. It sounds to me like you’ve obediently planted seeds in G’s life. Now it’s God’s job to water those seeds thru the work of the Holy Spirit that He has sent. We cannot see all that God does or will do. But we can have faith that God is not willing that any should perish, but that all will come to the knowledge of the truth.

            Prayers ongoing for your pain/physical therapy.

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  13. justfactsplz says:

    I wanted to give an update on my daughter, L. Her eye is still having problems and the pupil has not changed it’s shape or size. She has seen the eye doctor every couple of days to be treated. She found out this morning he will no longer take her Medicaid insurance so she must find another one. She needs to remain under the care of a specialist. She is still waiting until next month to see a rheumatologist about the Lupis and RA. Also her fiancé did not get the job he flew to Atlanta about and has recruiters working to try to find him work. They need your prayers.

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  14. gettherejustassoon says:

    Please consider including “cuddlers” in your prayers. These are persons who volunteer to cuddle newborns addicted to opioids. For additional reference, see: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2017/02/17/volunteer-cuddlers-helping-infants-born-addicted-to-opioids.html

    Pray for the newborns to know the healing power of the Lord, as well as their parents to be freed from addiction. Pray for the medical staff that they be blessed with skill in the art of healing. Pray for the “cuddlers” to be blessed with His love to sustain them in their love for these newborns. Pray for others to be similarly drawn and inspired by the “cuddlers” example to volunteer to love those who are at the outset beginning their early journey in troubling circumstance. Lord, have mercy.

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  15. Kay Emig says:

    Will be offline during Lent starting tomorrow; but I will be joining with you in prayer for President Trump, his family and assorted ‘good guys’ who are dealing with the vipers. May the Lord have mercy on them, strengthen them, and guide them throughout such a HUGE task. Will miss you all, see ya fellow Treepers on the other side after Holy Week. K

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  16. Katherine McCoun says:

    pain very bad today. calling my husband home from work. doing everything I know to do and its very bad. please pray for releif

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