THE PRAYER LIST – 28TH. APRIL 2011

Posted by It's Margaret at
LEAVE IT WHERE JESUS FLANG IT:

Joel is waiting, as I write (27th. April), to go down to surgery to have a catheter stuck in the big vein in his groin and have it pushed through his body, up to his heart, so they can look around and see what's going on. He is nervous (scared).

And, as for my part, I will pray by going to visit a 94 year-old friend, another friend in hospice and conduct a funeral this afternoon.

I pray also for F,B,B,S,K,R,M, for the family whose 8YO daughter lost the war on cancer and won eternal life --for her family, friends, teachers and school community, for A,F,L.

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Posted by Grandmère Mimi at WOUNDED BIRD:

Today (27th. April) is the fifth anniversary of my sister Gayle's passing. With courage, she fought off lymphoma 17 years before she died from pancreatic cancer. Please pray for her husband, Frank and her three children, two grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. Please pray for me and for her many friends who still miss her.

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Posted at DIOBETH NEWSPIN:

Pray for our young men and women who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan, and for their families:

Sgt. 1st Class Benjamin F. Bitner, 37, of Greencastle, Pennsylvania
Sgt. Sean T. Callahan, 23, of Warrenton, Virginia
Sgt. John P. Castro, 25, of Andrews, Texas
Lance Cpl. Dominic J. Ciaramitaro, 19, of South Lyon, Michigan
Sgt. David P. Day, 26, of Gaylord, Michigan
Petty Officer 3rd Class Micah Aaron Hill, 27, of Ralston, Nebraska
Sgt. 1st Class Bradley S. Hughes, 41, of Newark, Ohio
Staff Sgt. James, A. Justice, 32, of Grimes, Iowa
Pfc. John F. Kihm, 19, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Capt. Joshua M. McClimans, 30, of Akron, Ohio
Spc. Sonny J. Moses, 22, of Koror, Palau
Pfc. Antonio G. Stiggins, 25, of Rio Rancho, New Mexico
Chief Warrant Officer, Terry L. Varnadore II, 29, of Hendersonville, North Carolina
1st Lt. Omar J. Vazquez, 25, of Hamilton, New Jersey

Pray also for the fallen heroes also of our coalition partners, and for the citizens of Iraq and Afghanistan who have died, unnamed and unknown to us, and for those who mourn ... and for an end to this endless war.

From THE LOS ANGELES TIMES:

Eight U.S. troops and an American contractor were killed early Wednesday when a veteran Afghan military pilot fired on trainers during a meeting in a military compound near Kabul International Airport. The Taliban claimed responsibility.

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From SKY NEWS:

Israel has ruled out negotiations with any Palestinian government that includes Hamas group, just hours after the militant group agreed to join its rival Fatah in an interim administration.

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From UKPA:

Twelve protesters were killed when Yemeni security forces opened fire on a massive anti-government demonstration in the capital Sanaa. Another 190 were injured as about 100,000 opponents of the government filled a square at the centre of the uprising on Wednesday, spilling into the streets around the state TV building.

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THE PRAYER LIST – 28TH. APRIL 2011 — 6 Comments

  1. Prayers ascending.

    For Joel, I have had an angioplasty, and while the description is sort of scary, the event is not. The procedure does not even qualify as “surgery” and the doctors who do it are “interventional cardiologists,” not “surgeons. I felt fine the next day.

    The really good news is that they can do a lot of repairs through the vein route without any additional cutting. I have a copper coil (yes think bootleggers!) in an artery that was implanted that way. It massively changed the circulation in my heart in a good way.

    Special prayers for Joel.

    FWIW
    jimB

  2. Thank you Jim –and yes, good news –Joel is home tonight –walking up and down the stairs like a champ! He had a stint put in one of his ascending something or others, and now feels pretty good!

    Thank you, MP, for this continued circle of prayer.