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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Please join us in prayer

My friend Jen you know the one the Dust bunnies are holding hostage, sent me an email this afternoon asking that we pray for a fellow blogger and dear friend of hers. So I am asking all of you to please lift TJ up in in prayer. She is pregnant with twins (read her story here) and they have twin to twin transfusion syndrome. She is at risk of losing one or both babies. She is over 18 weeks along. PLEASE LIFT HER UP!

Father God,
I ask that as the great physician you help these baby boys both grow strong so that they may enter this world safely and healthy. Please ease the fears and worries of their parents. Let them feel all the love and prayers that are surrounding them at this very moment. In your sons name, Jesus Christ, Amen.

Thank you to all of you!
In Him,

1 comment:

jennifer said...

Thank you for posting this. It means a lot to TJ to have people praying for her. As Mommas, we know how possesive she must feel about those babies already. Isn't it amazing how God allows us to fall head over heal in love with our children before we even see the faces? He is so good.

Again, I appreciate you so much. You are a dear dear friend.