Monday, March 23, 2009

Urgent Prayer Request - *UPDATE*

Hi Everyone,

I truly appreciate that you were standing with me in prayer for Jamie. She had Benjamin David yesterday morning. He was 5 lbs and 2 oz, lots of dark hair and very handsome. I am very sorry to report that he was stillborn. Jamie and her husband are doing as well as can be expected. They have a strong support system through church and family. They are very strong indeed because they are depending on Jesus to see them through. 

May I ask you to please continue to pray for them. God has put it on my heart to pray for them daily for a year. I'm not asking for that commitment from you, just prayer for these initial days and weeks to lift them up.

Blessings in Him,
Carol 

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A dear friend of mine, Jamie, is pregnant with a due date of March 10th (over a week ago). She noticed that her baby wasn't moving as much, went to the hospital, and they found no heartbeat. She still has not delivered her baby boy and we are praying for a miracle that perhaps the baby was in a position where they could not hear him. That's the best case scenario. 

Please pray for this family that no matter the outcome, they will find healing in our Lord, Jesus Christ. This is such a difficult time. It's their first baby and I can't imagine the pain this is bringing to them.

Thanks for joining me in prayer.

Carol

8 comments:

The Lehman's said...

Praying for your friend. Please keep us updated! julie :)

Anonymous said...

We too are praying.

The Fuller's

momstheword said...

I am praying here. Please let us know!

Joyce said...

I will be praying.

McCrakensx4 said...

I know that this came late, but praying and hoping that all is well with the baby and mom. Please keep us updated.

steffenboysmom said...

That's is sad Carol! Prayers!

Lori said...

I am praying for your friends in this time of great pain that they find God's love and mercy to be enough to carry them.

~ Lori

McCrakensx4 said...

Lifting this family up in prayer as they deal with this sadness.