Miss May needs your prayers

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Update (July 16):

Just got an email from Miss May. The surgery yesterday took longer than expected because of repeated problems with a “nuclear medicine” that must be “massaged” into her body. She is in good spirits: “I feel great.  Went across to the water, watched a turtle swim by, saw clouds building in the west, and the resident ducks.  I hadn’t seen them in a while and I was worried. Didn’t take pain pills this morning and made my scrambled eggs and jalapenos with toast. I am determined that I will survive.”

She thanks all of you for your prayers and positive thoughts, and sends you her love.

~Eowyn

prayer warrior

9 days ago, I did a post asking that you pray for a good friend of FOTM, Miss May, who had just been given a diagnosis of Stage 1 breast cancer.

I’m now asking that you pray even more fervently for her.

Since the initial diagnosis, May had had a biopsy. The news is not so good: Her cancer is Stage 2, and of the aggressive variety.

Tomorrow, she will undergo a lumpectomy. If all goes well, she will be released from the hospital the same day.

Please, please, say a prayer for May — a bold blogger who is “in the trenches” every day, fearlessly exposing the lies and machinations of the Obama regime and the powerful. We need this fierce political warrior healthy and vital!

Please, God, make her whole.

Thank you,

~Eowyn

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0 responses to “Miss May needs your prayers

  1. Of course, I will pray for her.

     
  2. Praying for a successful surgery and speedy recovery.

     
  3. I’ll be praying for her.

     
  4. Just Prayed for her!!

     
  5. Prayers are with her!

     
  6. Count me in.

     
  7. Miss May, I’m praying for you also. Here’s something to hang onto during this very trying time:

    Psalm 103:3-4 Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits: Who forgiveth all thine iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases.

     
  8. Father God, in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, we decree and declare that since you are the great physician who never loses a case, that you are indeed Jehovah Rophe, there is healing resurrection power in the deliverance you purchased for us with the Blood of the Lamb from sin and all sickness disease and afflictions, that Sister May is victorious in this battle.
    Amen Amen Amen and Amen.

     
  9. May you have not left my prayers..

     
  10. She’s in Gods hands

     
  11. Lord we …CRY OUT…for you to touch, heal, guide and direct Miss May in her time of need. In Jesus name….amen..
    Trust and believe Miss May, call on His angelic presents to surround and touch you with His healing love, grace and mercy. My family will continue to pray for you and yours.

     
  12. Miss May is prayed for with our daily devotional, The Chaplet of The Divine Mercy…

     
  13. Miss May-stay strong. Remember those titanium teeth? I am loaning them to you. You are in my thoughts and prayers everyday.

     
  14. Praying here, too.

     
  15. She is in my prayers.

     
  16. She is in my thoughts and prayers.

     
  17. Update (July 16):

    Just got an email from Miss May. The surgery yesterday took longer than expected because of repeated problems with a “nuclear medicine” that must be “massaged” into her body. She is in good spirits: “I feel great. Went across to the water, watched a turtle swim by, saw clouds building in the west, and the resident ducks. I hadn’t seen them in a while and I was worried. Didn’t take pain pills this morning and made my scrambled eggs and jalapenos with toast. I am determined that I will survive.”

    She thanks all of you for your prayers and positive thoughts, and sends you her love.

     
  18. Thanks for the update.
    May, don’t be suffer if you don’t have to. If it hurts take the pills. In fact take them before it hurts, cause if you try and play catch up with the pain it don’t work as well.
    Trust me I know. 😆

     
    • And pain will only slow the healing, and your enjoyment of God’s Graces. Please listen and don’t try and “tuff it out” – so often we (in a manner of speaking, not intentionally) “sabotage” ourselves by trying to prove to ourselves “I’m A-OK, nothing wrong here!” God gave us dr.’s and their brains, too, to heal us, tho yes, we also lean heavily on His Gracious Arms.

       

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