Wow Dale...I can't imagine what you must be going through. I'm not a religious person, but I will promise you this...your father, you, and all of yours will be in my thoughts, and I certainly hope your dad pulls through...
Lord Jesus, I thank you for the privilege to pray on behalf of Dale's father today and pray that you will cover him with your grace and mercy as he faces the days ahead.
Father, you are the Creator of all man and you know what Dale's father needs right now; supply him in abundance with health, knowing that by the stripes of your Son Jesus, we were healed! Lord, I pray that you will show Dale's father your faithfulness, that you will reverse the course of action against his body, that he might live a life recovered as healthy and whole. The Word says we are fearfully and wonderfully made! Lord Jesus, you are Jehovah Jireh, our provider, and Jehovah Nissi, the one who causes us to victory! You are Jehovah Shalom, our Prince of Peace and above all, you are our Savior!
Lord, show your face on this child of Almighty God and deliver him from destruction; what the enemy has meant for evil, I join in the prayers of my brothers and sisters here to say you will turn for your good purposes!
Thank you, Father, for Dale and his family; I pray you provide them with the peace of mind knowing that you, Father, are still in control. AMEN.
It's so interesting the title of this thread. It certainly takes a brush with death, or the experience of someone you love to brush death, to realize the reality of life. Can show how we deny our mortality.
OMG. I hope everything goes well. Looking on the bright side (which is difficult I know), at least it happened when there were medical staff on hand to help, as opposed to when he was out shopping etc. It probably improved his chances, which sounds like someone is already looking out for you. Hope he recovers fast.
hospitals are no fun. remeber to take care of yourself too!!!Glad to hear the good news hes on his way to recovery! Intensive care has the best rooms in the place to. Comfiest beds of all! Ill be thinking of you guys today.
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