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Update on Jeff

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In my last post I told you that Jeff, our son, would be having heart surgery on Tuesday of this week.

Surgery was a great success--5 bypasses--diabetes has presented some problems with his numbers not being as good as they should but those are leveling out and things are looking so much better.

The tests they ran after the heart attack a week ago Tuesday indicated a massive heart attack.

After going in for surgery, the heart surgeon said there was minimal damage to the heart-- We are thanking God for a miracle! 

Thank you so much to all of you who have held us in prayer and love.

We can never express our appreciation completely.

Even though I haven't done it justice the last few weeks, I am still praying for the peace of Jerusalem and pray that you will join me.

Once again, thank you ever so much and God richly bless you and yours.

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Praying for the Generations

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These are our three sons, from left, Michael, Jeff and Chris--also one of our grandsons, Kendall -- Our latest grandson had not been born when this picture was taken-- I will feature him soon--
Jeff will be having heart surgery tomorrow morning-- It would mean so much to us if you kept him in your prayers. Thank you so much!
Every Monday here on the blog we pray for the precious ones--
THE PRECIOUS ONES: The precious ones include my children, my grandchildren, all descendants who come after me, all my grandparents descendants now living or yet to be born, my husband, siblings, in laws.

And you, dear reader and all those who are precious to you. God bless you as you pray here. 



W here can I go from your Spirit?

 Where can I flee from your presence?

 If I go up to the heavens, you are there;

 if I make my bed in the depths, you are there.

If I rise on the wings of the dawn, if I settle on the far side of the sea, even there your hand will guide me, your right hand will hold me …

Need Your Prayers

God is so faithful!

Just wanted to apologize for missing a couple of Wednesdays with the prayer for Jerusalem.

 Hopefully, I will get started back on that next Wednesday. In the meantime, we can still be praying for the Peace of Jerusalem, all of Israel and the world. Jesus is the only answer to our problems.

I also wanted to ask for your prayers.

Our oldest son, Jeff, endured a heart attack while coaching a basketball game on Tuesday night of this week.  He made it through the game and my husband took him to the emergency room right after the game ended.

He is scheduled to have triple bypass surgery tomorrow or maybe as late as Monday.  He was on blood thinners and they have to get this medicine out of his system before surgery so that his blood will clot normally.

God is lifting us up and giving us a peace and a calm that surpasses what our minds can understand.

Thank you for your prayers and I will update here in a day or so.

UPDATE:  I just got word that Jeff's surgery has…

Prayer for the Precious Ones

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THE PRECIOUS ONES: The precious ones include my children, my grandchildren, all descendants who come after me, all my grandparents descendants now living or yet to be born, my husband, siblings, in laws.

And you, dear reader and all those who are precious to you. God bless you as you pray here. 

 From Psalm 78

6 He decreed statutes for Jacob and established the law in Israel, which he commanded our forefathers to teach their children,

 6 so the next generation would know them, even the children yet to be born, and they in turn would tell their children.

 7 Then they would put their trust in God and would not forget his deeds but would keep his commands.


From Psalm 80

Restore us, O God; make your face shine on us, that we may be saved.

Our Prayer:

Oh God, we love you and thank you so much for this beautiful Monday that You have given us.

We worship You and give You all praise. 

You see the precious ones--those our hearts are so burdened for.

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