Friday, 23 November 2012

A Very Public Prayer

It's not often I'll post something like this to my blog, but a few lovely bloggers have come together to help spread some positive thoughts and energy to Kerry, also known in the blogging world as ''Multiple Mummy.' She suffered a hemorrhage in the brain following a ruptured aneurysm in August. Since then Kerry has suffered some setbacks is unable to speak, move her right side or feed herself. Of course, I like to pray sometimes. I have a 'prayer book' and praying for Kerry is already something I have done. 



Dear Lord,
I pray you hear me and many others in this time of need. We all need someone to turn to and for me, that's you. I know a lot of people who don't turn to you in their time of need, so I like to pray for them too. 
I don't have to worry about feeling silly when I say this. A kind, loving and truly wonderful lady is very ill. I don't know her, her name is Kerry, she's a blogger but she's friendly and thoughtful and has the most lovely family. I used to always read her posts on her blog. 
Maybe one day our paths will cross? 

I pray Kerry can heal. I pray that she can keep fighting this tragic illness that has taken her so suddenly and still continues to test her. I pray that she can talk to her husband and her children again. That she can hold them again, and tell them how much she really loves them.
I may be crazy Lord, but I really pray she could be home and warm for Christmas.
Please watch over her Lord. Please keep her family, her loved ones safe and strong. She needs every single one of them right now. 
And they need her.

Amen.



8 comments:

  1. Its so hard to understand why these things happen to amazing lovely people. My heart goes out to the family. Beautiful prayer. I hope her family have her home for Christmas and she recovers.

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  2. It is so beautiful that you have gone public with your prayer.

    That's also a gorgeous photo that you've shared.

    Very touching prayer.

    Much love,
    Liska x

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  3. Pray for her.
    We have to make our life meaningful and think positively.

    http://singlemamamountain.blogspot.com/

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  4. Lord in your mercy, hear this prayer.

    Thank you, Mich x

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  5. I will be praying the Rosary in a few moments. I will offer up this particular Rosary for Kerry and her family. I'll light a candle and say a prayer for her at Mass tomorrow morning.

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    1. Thank you so much James that means so, so much to us all. I hope everything is going ok at home for you and your family? I've thought a lot about America since the storms and hope you are all finding your way ok x

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