Sunday, February 7, 2010

for those that pray

Our pastor and his wife have been traveling for the past 2 weeks to a pastors conference and then to see family when last night our pastor's wife got really sick. They went to the hospital and found out that she had a brain hemorrhage. When they went in for surgery they found an egg sized cancerous tumor which they removed. She is in recovery this morning. They are in Mississippi.
Please, please pray for her. For her health and recovery. For God's peace right now. For the doctors who will be re-evaluating her in the next days to come. For her husband, our pastor, for strength and the confidence that the Lord does not make mistakes, that He is always by our sides and that He has a plan that we can't see; one that is for the good and that good things always come from the Lord's plan. Please pray for her 3 adult children and their families as well.
Thank you!

11 comments:

kimbuktu said...

I pray all of those things with you Mountain.

AMKreations said...

Joining with you on behalf of your Pastor and his wife.

Sherri said...

Where in Mississippi are they? I live in Olive Branch, MS which is just outside of Memphis, if they are near here I would be happy to go up and take some snacks, as I know what a time it is to have to spend time in the hospital, and can only imagine being away from home and having to be there!!!

why not sew? said...

I've said a prayer and will continue to pray for them.

Leslie said...

I believe in prayer and just prayed. I can't even imagine what they are going through, but thank God that they know God :) Hugs to you for sharing it with us :)

Bobbi Jo said...

Yes, we will pray.

Mountain Home Quilts said...

Sherri,
They are in Hattiesburg which looks like it's pretty far from you- I think?
Thank you so much for offering that. I know if it were possible that they would have loved for you to stop by.
The body of Christ is amazing!

Laurie said...

I will!

Jerilyn said...

will definitely be praying with you...

Cathy said...

I will definitely be praying for your pastor and his wife. Bless her heart.....that is difficult enough and then not to be at home.
Cathy

Lisa @ Life with 4! said...

how difficult for them!
it's never easy to deal with these kinds of things but to be away from home at the same time...
the Lord loves them both.
He feels their pain.
He will be there to comfort them through all the trials to come.

I'll be praying.

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