Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Prayer Request for Jo in U.K.

Updated UPDATE: SUCCESS - Thanks be to God!
Click HERE to read more.

UPDATE ON JO: to read an update on Jo's surgery, written by her Other Half, click HERE. It's going well; please continue to pray, as it's going to go on for some more hours.
Thank you!

A blogger (on my sidebar, Jo of Life in Windermere), is undergoing a delicate cancer-removing surgery tomorrow in the U.K. (which is tonight, if you are in the U.S.).

If you are a praying person, please pray with dear Jo. She has a loving "Other Half" and a beloved "Teenager" to whom she wants to return home and for whom she wants to recover; she also has a Mum who is dear to her and who loves her. They could also use our prayers.

Jo says the surgery will go on for many hours (12-14), so your prayers at any time of the day or night will be a blessing.

May God's tender loving care, skillful guidance, healing energy, saving grace, Holy Spirit, life force and comfort be with you, Jo, and your family, each moment!

7 comments:

Busy Bee Suz said...

Thanks for spreading the news...she has been in my thoughts and prayers as well.

Jabacue said...

I will send very positive thoughts and energy her way.
Jim

AnnDeO said...

I will.

Kay said...

Praying. Hoping all goes well in this.

Mary Potts said...

Karen, I'm finally checking your blog several days after your post. Working full-time limits my time to read about some of my favorite people and things. For some reason, clicking on your link won't bring me to the "Update", so I deeply hope and pray your friend Jo has come through that lengthy surgery safe and sound, and I pray the physicians were successful in their mission to remove that awful cancer.

God bless any and all who face this adversary ~ the patient and their loved ones!

karen gerstenberger said...

Here is another link to the update - all went well, as far as I know: http://lifeinwindermere.blogspot.com/2010/09/operation_29.html

Elizabeth said...

I don't know how I missed this post requesting prayers. But I will begin today --