Tuesday, August 22nd 2006
Pray Now, Y’all

Two women need lots of prayer over lumps they found recently. Would y’all please leave encouraging words or prayers in the comments for them? I’ve been there and I needed all the love and support I could possibly get. Thank you!

~hm

10 Comments on “Pray Now, Y’all”

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corinabowen
August 22nd, 2006
12:24 pm

You know it!
I firmly believe that prayer changes things!
“Heavenly Father, I just want to thank you. Thank you for using Kelsey to remind us to take time out to care for our bodies. Lord, I think back to all the times that I have had a scare with my health or my loved ones.. Lord I know that you can give these two women a peace in their hearts, mind and soul as they wait for their doctors tests. Lord I ask that you give their doctors wisdom beyond their years and schooling that the very hand of God guide them. Lord, you are a healing God, your stripes were not in vain. I ask for healing, revealing, and drawing… Draw them closer to you Lord.. Let them know that they can find rest in You. I ask all these things in the most precious name of Jesus. Amen.”
You know… my mom was diagnosed with bone cancer not too long ago… she had MRI and bone scan done and they found in both 3 masses.. Pelvic bone, femur, 7th rib Her dad died of bone cancer, mom of lung.. so cancer ran in the family… My mom and I prayed.. we knew that God would somehow get the Glory out of this terrible time…
Well He did…. because a big time specialist, called totally shocked.. on the 4 or 5 test they ran.. so ran another.. all those Masses… were now air pockets (in the bone) Is our God good or what? Now those airpockets are even completely gone. LOL ~ they still are scratching their heads… the pain in my moms hip that led her to the doctor in the first place is gone too..

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Patrick
August 22nd, 2006
5:29 pm

I will most certainly pray. Let me encourage you that God is still in the healing business. We have a lady at our church who has gone through breast cancer amongst several other life threatening medical conditions. Each time God has miraculously healed her. So far she has cancelled several no longer needed surgeries including a lung transplant and a complete mastectomy. I believe he will do no less for these two ladies than he did for her.

Will pray til I hear different.

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Stephanie
August 22nd, 2006
5:36 pm

Wow Corina what an inspiration!! Your comment hit the spot, we all need a little inspriation now and then and God is amazing. My prayers go out to the ladies i question too:)

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Stephanie
August 22nd, 2006
5:37 pm

Sorry that was suppose to be ladies “in” question, not I question.

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Stacey
August 22nd, 2006
7:04 pm

I will be praying for sure!! Visiting their sites to let them know, too. What a scary thing to deal with!

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Shalee
August 23rd, 2006
1:39 pm

Prayer is on the way as I type…

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Jennifer
August 23rd, 2006
9:00 pm

Ladies, you’re all in my prayers.

Just wanted to add something. My mom was someone who God healed by welcoming her into heaven after a very short and hard battle with Inflammatory BC. While I completely believe that God does heal people~often to the astonishment of the docs~many times that is not how He choose to work. My mom was one of those people. I would encourage everyone to pray that God’s will is does and He is glorified in all. It was very hurtful for my mom when she wasn’t one of those “healed” She felt like people questioned her faith and it made her question also. “Why not me?” So while storied of healing are inspirational and we all should be testifing to God’s power, please remember that they can also hurt.

Thanks for listening to my two cents. :-)

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mamak
August 24th, 2006
12:32 am

Prayer is a wonderful thing. A few months ago I had *the lump* and other things. I asked the prayer group @ my church to pray during my appt. – I swear I could feel it.
Praying for you!

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April
August 25th, 2006
9:31 am

Ladies, I’m praying for your strength in whatever you find out. Remember that God is always beside you and will never give you more than you can handle.

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Always Striving
August 30th, 2006
10:18 pm

Alright ya’ll…mega thanks for the prayers you were sending up for me. I’m one of the gals that found a lump. Docs pretty sure it’s benign…it’s smooth and it “moves”…have a diagnostic mammo on 09.14. I appreciate my new buddies out here on the net! 8-)

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