Please pray for Air Force veteran with lymphoma

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Patriot USA, a good friend of FOTM, is asking us to please pray for a veteran of the U.S. Air Force who blogs as Findalis on “Monkey in the Middle.”

Findalis has just been diagnosed with lymphoma, a type of blood cancer.

From Patriot USA’s post, “Helping a friend in crisis“:

Here is a bit about Findalis from her blog:

“I’m in my 50’s, Female, Widowed, Mother of 2 grown children. I was born in Queens, NY, raised in Brooklyn and have the accent to prove it. I’m a veteran of the US Air Force. I worked as a Translator and Analyst. My theater of expertise was the Middle East. Just an NCO here. No need to salute me. I’m currently in semi-retirement, been outsourced once too often. I’m neither a conservative nor liberal. I am liberal on some issues and conservative on others. I vote my conscience. But on one issue I am very outspoken: The threat of Islamic Fascism and the security of the State of Israel!”

Please PRAY for Findalis and she is currently in the hospital in the Midwest. I am asking everyone who reads this to share this post, pray and if you can, help Findalis out. 

Findalis does not know that I am doing this and if anyone gets mad at me for doing this, I do not care. This person lives alone with a couple of cats and she does not have much in the way of financial security and barely gets by. She served in United States Air Force. Many people have assisted me at times the past couple of years and I really believe in paying it forward and just stepping in when a person needs a hand. She has been a really good friend to me from far away. If we can ease her burden a bit, I KNOW she would be extremely grateful and want to thank each of you.

Findalis, I’m offering my day to you — that our Lord Jesus the Christ envelopes you in a warm blanket of His mercy, grace, and love.

~Eowyn

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  1. For what it is worth God healed me from Lymphoma in 1996, by eating what he tells us to eat in Geneses 1:29-30 please read I ate nothing but Fruit for two years everything has stayed in remission. Quit eating meat and eat nothing but Fruit I have seen people healed by doing this many times since 1996!

     
  2. My prayers of healing I send to you Findalis… GOD makes all things possible, bearable, and healable because GOD made all things! Have the courage to have enduring FAITH and you will be healed.

     
  3. Standing in agreement, in the name of Jesus, with the others on this blog who are praying for healing and grace and peace for Findalis.

     
  4. I will add her to my prayes and what other ways could she use help?

     
  5. Thank you to ALL of you. Many people beat and live with Lymphoma so just praying that she is one. This may have been diagnosed very late and I will update when I hear from her.

    Thank you Dr. Eowyn and to all here at FOTM.

     
  6. Whoever reads this, please agree in the prayer, “Lord God, in the name of Jesus we come to you, please look at your son’s blood and not our sins. We ask for healing of your daughter Findalis, a seeker and speaker of truth and an enemy of the father of lies. Pour out your warm love and healing your way, whether working through others to whom the healing will be for your glory and their good, or directly, through your kingdom power, so badly needed in these days of battle with the enemy. Father God. all glory, praise, and honor is yours.”

     
    • Just wondered why my comment never was posted?

      On Thu, Apr 24, 2014 at 10:37 PM, Fellowship of the Minds wrote:

      > marblenecltr commented: “Whoever reads this, please agree in the > prayer, “Lord God, in the name of Jesus we come to you, please look at your > son’s blood and not our sins. We ask for healing of your daughter Findalis, > a seeker and speaker of truth and an enemy of the father of l” >

       
  7. An update on Findalis:

    She has started Chemotherapy and they are giving her a 50/50 chance.
    Has late stage three.

    Thanks again to all of you.

     

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