By Pamela Rae Schuffert presenting investigative journalism from a Biblical Christian perspective-
I am sitting in a hospital room in a major city in Washington, looking out the window at the busy city below. It is Thursday evening, Tomorrow, my precious patient and friend will be going into surgery, possibly two operations in fact.
I accompanied this dear woman as a medical escort by train.
I am now sitting in her room, looking from time to time at her frail and weak body, sometimes crying within and praying continually for her. It was impossible for her to make this long trip alone, especially returning after surgery. And so I volunteered for this assignment on her behalf.
Due to legal issues involving patient confidentiality, I am prohibited from publishing her name or details of her condition. But she told me she so appreciates prayers from God's people for her struggling health issues, and wanted me to share her situation with others in order to receive prayer.
Do we as Christians believe that our Almighty God is all-knowing? Yes. He knows exactly who she is, and therefore who you are praying for, when you pray for my patient I am with in Seattle. Therefore please pray for my patient to be touched by the hands of God's great love and mercies, and relieved of pain and healed divinely of her many physical problems. Pray for her surgery on Friday, February 28, 2013.
Please pray for me as well. She could never have traveled alone, and I knew I could never let her down. Christian love does not care if someone "cannot afford" our services.
We as Christians perform acts of love and mercy because we are called to BE LIKE JESUS. Jesus never charged filthy lucre, or money, for even ONE miracle! He did it all for the glory of God, and out of true love and compassion for others. True Christians have no love for money...filthy and corrupt Illuminati "bankster" currency that is not even worth the paper it is printed on.
Rather, we love GOD and we love OTHERS and we perform acts of love and kindness out of compassion for others and a desire to please God, and to become more and more like Jesus our Savior. Christian LOVE..what a beautiful thing whenever God fills out hearts with genuine love and compassion!
How I love my friend and patient! And I also love her family who are so worried for her.
Your prayers of love and compassion for her are so greatly appreciated at this time.
Please pray for me as well. It can be very exhausting to be with a patient in a hospital room, 24/7, and no real bed to sleep in night after (and who can really sleep in a hospital with all the lights and sounds anyhow?) I am very tired already, but she needs me, and so I am here with her.
I honestly do not know how I will meet my financial obligations this month. But God does. I am doing this as unto HIM. So pray for His grace to meet my needs and financial obligations for this month.
I love you all, am praying for you at this critical time in our nation. And I so appreciate your prayers for my friend here and I now. God bless us all.
-Pamela Rae Schuffert reporting from Washington state
We will dutifully pray in agreement with you for your unnamed friend in Seattle, as well as for you and your financial needs. Several of us here have cared for sick friends and relatives and know how physically and exhausting it can be. Our strength is yours.ReplyDelete