Tuesday, March 20, 2012
peaches and cream

I have a friend who wants to remain somewhat anonymous but she desperately needs A LOT of prayer.  My friend has been diagnosed with a terminal illness that has no treatment and no cure.  She has a loving husband and two young children.  She has been told by her doctors to put her affairs in order.  So, please pray for "S"and her family.


Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.”


Matthew 19:26


26 comments:

  1. I will pray for peace for her and a miracle.

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  2. Praying for your sweet friend during such a scary time! May God grant all involved peace and comfort. And of course, I have to say, I believe, whole-heartedly, God is a miracle worker.

    O LORD my God, I cried out to You, And You healed me. Psalms 30:2

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  3. I'm so very sorry to read that. I will pray for her and her family.

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  4. oh no. so sorry to hear about your friend. I will pray.

    lea
    xo

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  5. Keeping your good friend in my prayers.

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  6. I will pray for her , her family, and her friends. So very sad.

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  7. Sending her prayers for strenth, peace and faith.

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  8. I will be happy to pray for your dear friend. Prayer is both the least and most we can do...easy, but powerful. I am standing in the gap, praying strength, peace and healing over "S". I will continue to do so~

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  9. My prayers are with S and her family.

    Loved your post on Will, I hope that my own little man grows up to be such a sweet, intelligent and responsible young man!

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  10. Where some have said "there is no hope", God is the one who "gives hope'. In that alone...I lift this family up in prayer to the Almighty Physician. Although "anonymous" to us, this famiy "story" is WELL KNOWN by God.

    So it is written, He knows, He cares, He restores, He heals. So it is with the "S" family He has enveloped them in His care.

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  11. Just closed my eyes and prayed for peace for the family! Please keep us updated if possible.

    KK

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  12. Oh, I am so sorry to hear this news. Prayers for her and her family.

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  13. I will be in prayer for your friend. Something really reached out and tugged at my heart about your short but sweet post. I have experienced first hand the ," no chance" diagnosis for my sweet baby girl. Four years later, she is still here and the light of our family. Praying that it will be God's will for her to grow old with her husband and watch her children grow. Xoxo

    Jill

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  14. Post-it praying!!!!!! I am in and out of my pockets all day at work. I wear scrubs and am constantly reaching in my pocket for an ink pen. Years ago, my mom told me that if I knew of someone that needed prayer, to write their name on a "post-it" and place it in the pocket that I reach in/out of a million times a day. Every time I feel the post-it, I say a prayer for the person. It sounds juvenile- but feeling the post it, is a constant reminder of the heavy burden that someone is carrying and that they could use my prayers.... all day long. Putting "S" and her family on my post-it tomorrow.

    troyandkristindavis.blogspot.com

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    1. WHat a GREAT idea. Thank you for sharing it and THANK YOU for praying. Thanks to ALL of you for the prayers!!!

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  15. Prayers, love and peace for S and her family!

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  16. Prayers for "S" from Athens, AL! We believe in miracles!!!!

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  17. I'm so sorry. I will pray for her and her family.
    Laura

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  18. I am praying for "S" and her family and hope she finds peace and comfort in our Lord.

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  19. I will keep "S" and her family in my thoughts.

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  20. Oh my heart is just broken for S and her family. I am praying.

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  21. So sad! God bless your friend and her young family.

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Thank you for your kindness.