Please pray for our Dave

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Dave, one of the intrepid writers of Fellowship of the Minds, needs your prayers.
Jobless since the Great Recession began, Dave is the sole caretaker of his elderly parents who are both very ill and getting worse by the day.
This 24-7 burden is taking its toll on Dave’s own health.
Please pray that Dave be given the health, strength and fortitude to carry out his responsibilities.

Above all, please pray that Dave find comfort, guidance, and grace in Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior.
Thank you.

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0 responses to “Please pray for our Dave

  1. Since when is fewer nutty conservatives in the world a bad thing?

    • Gosh, you’ve just shown clearly who you (Democrats/liberals/Progressives/commies) really are. Thanks for saving me from doing the job!

      • edward oleander

        Not all of us. Not even close. It’s one thing to dislike a public figure, and even be glad for the death of an evil man. It’s quite another to walk onto someone’s lawn and tell the owner you hope a friend (not to mention his parents) will die.
        I find that utterly and completely disgusting. “John” does NOT represent the majority of the Left, and we disown him.
        I’m not one for prayer, but I wish Dave and his family all the best. Please pass on to him that resources for a respite from the stress of caregiving can often be found through his county Public Health Dept. or the United Way First Call For Help, which in most U.S. cities can be reached by just dialing 2-1-1… If by some tiny chance he lives in the Minneapolis/St.Paul area, please pass him my email addy, and I can help hook him up. ~ed

        • Thank you, Edward, for rebuking “John.”
          Despite our political and ideological differences, I do believe you are a kind man. As St. Vincent de Paul said: “Be kind. Be kind. Be kind. And you will become a saint.”
          You may not believe in God, but God believes in you.

    • Dude, 9.8 overall (even with a low-ball score from the East German judge) for the Gold.Medal in Douchebag.

    • Is this John the famous mutant leftist coward? Does your disease ever go into remission? Do you ever take a break?

  2. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Don’t forget to take care of yourself as well as them, and ask for help when you need to. There are people who would love to help if they knew…really. Your parents are blessed to have you.

  3. Dave,my thoughts and prayers are with you and your parents. I have great admiration for you, especially in these trying times. Your mom and dad are very lucky to have a man like you for their son. This is a test like none other you will have. They must be special people,for I see them in your reflection. Willing you strength.

  4. Dave, prayers your way. Stay strong.
    Your parents are lucky to have a son like you.

  5. Footprints in the sand…. hang in there ,buddy
    work is over-rated,anyway…except for the money part

  6. Dave, I pray that God will give you renewed strength and grant His loving comfort to your parents and to you.
    “Be strong and courageous. Do not be terrified; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go” (Joshua 1:9).

  7. Bill J. Spence

    My prayers are with you, as I can relate to the sacrifice you’re making. I took care of my Dad for the last 11 years of his life, and my Mother for her last 7 years. Dad lived to 92 and Mother until 87.
    God will reward you as you are demonstrating Christian love for your he commanded in Scripture..Matthew 15:4..
    God Bless You In HIS Holy Name…
    Bill Spence, Piperton (Memphis), TN.

  8. Our prayers for Divine Grace, Dave.

  9. Dave keep putting one foot in front of the other and you will persevere
    and all of us together will end the demonic reign of the dog eating, psyhopathic, racist president.

  10. Dave, my prayers for you and your folks.

  11. Dave, you have my sympathy and understanding. I too take care of my Mother, she has Alzheimer’s disease. I finally admitted, to myself, that I needed help so I asked my doctor about it. To make a long story, short, I now have help from a Hospice group. They have made my life infinitely more bearable and I’m sure there is a group near you that would be happy to help you.
    Adding you to my prayers buddy…

  12. Seems so many are suffering these days. Please know that all our prayers and thoughts are with you Dave.

  13. my prayers for Dave, in Christ’s name, Amen.

  14. Prayers on your way, Dave! Im sure things will get better soon!!!

  15. Dave–thoughts and prayers are with you and your parents. They have raised a fine son, who obviously loves them very much.

  16. Dave, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. God bless you.

  17. You and your family are in my prayers. On a practical note, other than hospice which is usually phenomenal, does your church have a supporting hands program? We have a group of men and women who will cook meals, visit the infirm or elderly or transport individuals to doctor appointments. Do you have a group like that you can call on for help? If financially possible hire a cleaning service to take some of the drudgery stuff away. In all you do, let your love shine thru.

  18. LORD God, Heavenly Father, In the name of Jesus I pray your word into Dave’s life so that he can hand over his heavy yoke and take upon himself one much lighter.
    Your yoke is easy so that is the only way I can imagine that this situation can work out for the best for him and his dear parents. Thank you for your loving kindness early in the morning that we hear everyday, quicken us all LORD and deliver us from our trials for your names’ sake, deliver us LORD for your righteousness sake.
    Amen and amen. AW

  19. Dave we are all here for you!


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