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  1. My husband is scheduled to have knee surgery later today. Please pray for a successful surgery and recuperation. Thank you in advance. God bless.
  2. So good to hear he's home. Blessings to you and your family.
  3. Prayed for both of you. God bless.
  4. Marilyn, praying for you and your husband. God bless.
  5. Praying for you and your daughter. God bless.
  6. Hope you're getting better, Wayne222. Will continue to keep you in prayer. God bless.
  7. Marilyn, thank you for this update. Will continue to pray for you and your husband. The Lord is right there with you in the midst of this trial. Keep holding on to Him. Blessings to you and your family.
  8. Marilyn, so sorry. Praying that God will provide the guidance and wisdom needed to help your husband. Stay strong in the Lord. God bless.
  9. Dear Worthy, Thank you for posting these Scripture verses. I will share your post with my sister and family. My heavy heart was particularly blessed by Revelation 14:13. God bless you
  10. My family and I thank you all for your prayers. I have a sad update. My brother-in-law has passed away. He was a much loved member of our family and we miss him so much. At the same time, we take comfort in knowing that he's in the presence of his Saviour, Jesus Christ. We know there are difficult days ahead, but His promises are true and we know He will sustain us. Thank you, again, for praying with us. We will continue to keep you all in our prayers. God bless you.
  11. It's not looking good. We know Jesus is in the midst of this situation and He'll see us through, but it's still hard. Thank you to all who are praying. God bless.
  12. I had asked for prayers for my brother-in-law last year. He had stroke-like symptoms and his illness had not been diagnosed. Thank you for your prayers. He recovered enough to go to rehab and then he came home. However, in mid-January, he relapsed and has been in the hospital since. His condition is getting worse. The recent CT scan didn't bring good news. Please remember him and his family in prayers. Today will be a difficult day because his family might have to make some heart-wrenching decisions about his care. We're praying for you and your needs too. Thank you and God bless.
  13. Apologies for taking so long to respond, but the past few weeks have been challenging. First of all, thank you and everyone else who have been praying for us. All of your prayers have buffeted us and kept our faith strong even in some very weak moments. Here's an update. My brother-in-law who had the blood clots will continue to be on medication. The doctors still have no idea what caused the blood clots, but he's able to function normally and for that we're most grateful. My sister-in-law continues at rehab, but the pain is still intense. It will be a long process for her, but she goes forward valiantly in faith. My sister's dental procedures are almost over and she's managed to come through each one quite well in spite of everything else. My niece's ankle is better, but still quite sore. She didn't break it, but she has a severe sprain. She's due for an MRI, hopefully soon, to see the extent of the damage. She's back at work and hobbling along as best as she can. My brother-in-law with the stroke-like symptoms is still in the hospital. There's still no diagnosis. It's been quite a journey, but I am happy to tell you that today, we think we've turned a corner. It's now three days in a row of good news. He's coherent today and responding appropriately to questions and direction. It's a long story to how we got to today, but we are thankful. We continue to trust our mighty God and we thank Him for all who are joining us in prayer. Please know that we are praying for you too and your families and your needs. God bless you.
  14. I would like to request prayers for members of my family. My sister has challenging dental problems and her daughter sprained her ankle and is on crutches for the next few weeks. All of this happened while her husband has been in the hospital for a month with stroke-like symptoms, but there's still no diagnosis. He has had a few good days and just when we thought he showed some improvement, he has regressed and we're back to where we started. Another brother-in-law is being treated for blood clots, but the cause is still undetermined. The doctors are still trying to find the cause of the blood clots, but no answer as yet. A sister-in-law has had a partial leg amputation and is now being fitted for a prosthesis, but the pain is severe. All of these folks are Christians, but it's been difficult recently. Your prayers are most appreciated. Thank you for praying. God bless.
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