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Please pray for my husband, William Brinkley. He went to the hospital on Sunday feeling short of breath and tightness in his chest. They kept him overnight and the preliminary tests were good. They ended up finding a lesion on his heart & asked him to follow up with his cardiologist. On our way out he didn\’t feel right feeling short of breath & chest pressure so they kept him overnight again. After tests they said his heart looked great. Good news… so he was able to go home. Unfortunately last night his blood pressure dropped to 70/42 and we called 911 and they took him to Holy Cross. Please be praying for his blood pressure to go back to normal and that the doctors figure out what is wrong and are able to bring him back to good health and that he will be able to come home soon.
Hello Friends and family, I just talked to my wife Irma and she seems to be in a lot of pain, Please pray for God to allow her to regain her full recovery and for her to be strong and not feel down as she is facing all this away from all of us. Pray that God gives her comfort and strength in the next few days. Thank you so much for everything, Chris
Hello friends, Irma came out ok from the surgery thanks to all of your prayers. Doctor said everything went well and now a few days of rest. Please pray for a fast recovery and also for the migraines to go away for good. Thank you so much for taking the time to pray for us.
Please pray for my wife Irma Torres, she is having a couple of her wisdom tooth removed today at 2 pm. This is not an easy surgery so please pray for her quick recovery and for the doctors to be guided by God. Also, pray for this to be the solution and the end to her ongoing migraines over the years. Thank you and Hod bless, Chris
Please pray for Crystal Cavazos Sierra who is studying the bible. Her husband passed away this week. Please pray for her comfort and strength during this time and that she and her family will pull even closer to God.
My uncle’s brother in law is having a critical surgery to remove cancer from his lungs. The radiation treatment was not effective. His name is Wafi Boutros, he’s in London, his surgery is tomorrow morning, London time. I ask for your prayers that the surgery is a success and that God gives healing for his family. In the last two years his wife and son have also been diagnosed with different cancers and are currently going through treatment.
Thank you for all your prayers.
Please please please pray for SofiaRain my Beautiful 10 months niece. She was admitted in to the hospital on 2-1-15. I can’t say much…she is having complications with her kidneys and needs to see a specialist. Please pray there are long term issues. Thank with my entire heart.
Please pray for my mom, Baudelia Vazquez. She was taken to the hospital about an hour ago and the doctors are running tests. They are not sure what is going on at this point. Please pray that she is ok and that she returns home tomorrow.
Family, as many of you know I lost custody of my daughter Ariel. She has been coming to visit more than before. But, I am asking for God’s prayers and prayers from my church family instead of Ariel visiting that she may live with myself, Alex, Savannah, Jacob and Memo on a permanent basis. Thank you in advance and I love you all.
Hello, family in Christ,
This Christmas, our entire family, Tori, Krash, Wenonah, Jen Martinez, Chinue, Nick, Chio, Claudia, Erandy, Dominic and Sean, and I are all remembering the pain of last Christmas, and it’s difficult. It’s especially difficult for Tori and for me as you may imagine. Time like a thin veil is whisked away on the wind as memories come back with a certain horrible clarity and we experience grief anew. Thank you for your prayers. But, just like the Holy Spirit spoke through Jay on Sunday, God is with us. And we take these days moment by moment, reaching out with everything we’ve got to draw near to him and receive his comfort.
I love Christmas. I’m one of those people who just loves this time of year. Ever since I was baptized 12 years ago, the whole season took on a special meaning of hope and true joy and I just fell in love with everything about it.
Zion passed on to Heaven on December 23rd. He was five months old. One year ago we were holding on to faith that God would, against all odds and earthly knowledge, save him from death. I believed God for a miracle. We had several conversations about it during the six days he was in the hospital, me and God. And I felt sure He told me he was coming. So we held on to faith. I refused to doubt. I thought my faith would be blessed by God.
It was, just not in the way that I thought.
When Zion died, we were confused and heartbroken.
And God wrapped his loving arms around us in such a stunning display of his love, we could never repay the debt. He did this through all of you and we just wanted to say THANK YOU. We just wanted to say thank you for all of your prayers throughout the year. We want to say thank you for every hug, every text, every good thought, every tender word. George Chavez held me up when I broke down at church one Sunday and I just cried and cried in his arms. Kristian came to the hospital by bus the night before Zion passed just so he could pray with us in the morning at 5:30am before the procedure. Fifty or sixty of you showed up to pray and sing with us that morning. You bought presents for Krash that Christmas. Lilian Jacobs brought us food until September. Kim and Mike invited us into their home and loved us over and over again. Jay and Traci and Billy and Isis came over and sat with us and cried and prayed with us and supported us. Henry Solano and Chinue took care of all the businessy things it is one’s great misfortune to have to do in such a difficult time. Chinue and Nick helped us with a bank account that so many of you contributed to so that we would not have to worry during that time. So many of you fed us. So many of you mourned with us and loved us and prayed for us. Hundreds of you came to Zion’s memorial. Twenty men prayed with Tori at the beach in one of his darkest hours. Isis met with me and prayed with me and counseled me and supported me. Xochitl and Nahani and Brenda and Kiara and Claudia and Chio and Cheen and Nick took care of Krash for me days when I needed to fall on my face and cry. And so many more things I may not even have known…. So much love. You all were the arms and feet and hands of Jesus… You have loved us with wild abandon. You have mourned with us and you have wrapped God’s love all around us. We are so blessed. We wanted you to know what you did last Christmas. How you glorified God. How you showed us how much he loved us. We wanted to say thank you this Christmas.
God is so stinkin GOOD, man. Even through the pain, especially through the pain, he’s everything. He has used this year, filled with such grief and pain, to begin a healing and mending and renewing deep in our souls.
And as you continue to pray for us this season, as so many of you have shared that you are, and as we pray for so many others in grief and pain at this particular time of year, I was thinking of a lesson I read about tears at Christmas.
When Christ was born, many young babies, all boys, under two years old, were slaughtered, murdered, by order of the king, Herod, whose selfish ambition and fear trumped basic morality. And I was struck by the incredible grief and suffering those mothers and fathers had to endure because Jesus was born. Because the Savior came to earth, their children died. What a tremendous tragedy at the very same time of such a powerful display of God’s love in Jesus’ birth. Such agony tied to such a cause for celebration. Those boys died because Jesus lived. But, Jesus lived exactly because this is a fallen world where a power hungry king could murder innocent little babies. But, it is also true that Jesus was born and later would die so that those boys could live forever in eternity with him in paradise. And then I realized, he did the same for my boy. He did the same for Zion. And he did the same for me. And for you. So that’s what I’m celebrating this Christmas. Jesus came to save my boy. And he did save him after all. Just not in the way that I thought. In a way that will last forever.
Much love this Christmas and always.
And many eternal thanks from our family to yours.