Appeal for Prayer

I would like to ask our readers for prayer. Last week I wrote about caring for my mother after her surgery.  My mother had what was supposed to be a routine follow-up appointment with her doctor today. They ended up immediately putting her on oxygen and wheeling her over to the ER. They suspect she has a blood clot in her lung. Your prayers would be appreciated. Thank you.

In His Love,

Rebekah L.

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30 thoughts on “Appeal for Prayer

  1. Heavenly Father, praying for Rebekah’s mom – may your healing presence be in the ER guiding the doctor’s hands and helping wise decisions to be made. May Rebekah have a peace that passes all understanding in the midst of this. And may this clot safely dissolve so her mom can continue healing. In Jesus’ Name – Amen

  2. Jesus, please be so present with Rebekah, her mother, and her entire family. The entire hospital! Be so thick there that everyone– nurses, doctors, family, and strangers– will know that you care, that your will is be being done at this hospital. Please work inside Rebekah’s mother’s body and spirit, and fix what’s broken. Thank you, Lord, for loving your children and always doing what is best. We love you, too.

  3. Abba, our mothers are precious to us. Thank You for gifting them to us. I ask that You would bring peace to Rebekah, her mom and her family. Give the doctors and nurses the wisdom and discernment to treat Rebekah’s mom. I thank You for Your presence, for Your Word says that You are near to the brokenhearted. May Your will be done, and Your name exalted during this ordeal. Thank You for all You do for us. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

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        • I appreciate your prayers immensely!! To update, she is doing better. The blood clot is gone. Praise the Lord! She still has an internal infection and continues to suffer from intense nausea and shortness of breath so I covet your continued prayers. Thank you for your care and concern.

  4. Hope she gets better soon as the saints pray for her. Deep venous thrombosis is not uncommon after surgery and can unfortunately slow down the recovery… I am an anesthesiologist and we try to do everything we can to reduce the incidence of these clots…

    • Thank you for your prayers. She is doing better. The blood clot is gone. Praise the Lord! She still has an internal infection and continues to have nausea and shortness of breath, but she is getting better. Thank you for your care and concern.

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