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Old 03-03-2012, 12:11 AM
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Re: Prayers Please...

I stand next to my brothers in Christ and raise my hands in faith for the hand of the Holy Spirit in Jesus name. to bless this man and help him in this time of need.
In faith I believe he will be fine no matter what.

Amen.
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Old 03-03-2012, 12:37 AM
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My father has been living with cancer for the last year. He had to have emergency surgery on Monday. Wend. morning he developed a Pulmonary Embolism and is now in ICU fighting. If possible, would you please remember him in your prayers.

Thank You

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Brian
Brian,

prayers already knocking at the door!

Prayers do change things!
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Old 03-03-2012, 12:39 AM
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I will make sure to do so.
My dad had a tripple aortic bisection at Elk Camp this year.
Lemme tell ya, God answers prayers. My dad is still here, & were planning this years hunts!
Tell your dad to hang in there bud. Were pulling for him! And praying for him.
Winmag,

I'm glad for your dad!!!

Had you mentioned it before? If you had I'm sorry I didn't catch it.
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Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and to day, and for ever.

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also as it was in the days of Lot so it shall be in the days...
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to this generation and we once more are rejecting it as was prophesied!!!

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Old 03-03-2012, 01:22 AM
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Re: Prayers Please...

Brian & Winmag,
Prayers sent. Glad you both still have them and they are improving. Share the love, they won't always be there. Deer hunted with mine on a Sat in Nov 1978 and after driving his 18 wheeler next Fri he passed while raking leaves at GrandMa's house at dark. There was a silver lining......he never had to suffer.

GOD Bless
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Old 03-10-2012, 07:02 AM
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Guys and gals, First I would like to say thank you so much for your prayers, PM's, and best wishes.

Its really a bad deal. There is no way to tell you with out this sounding really bad or political.

He was basically kicked out of the hospital because the insurance wasn't paying enough. We tried to find him several other places to go, due to insurance we could only find one place, not a nursing home, this is a step down unit for patients like dad. He is having pain in his legs, most likely atrophy due to not getting out of bed enough, and the intestines have shut down. Long story short, he is not going to make it. I am trying to talk him and mom in letting dad coming home and I will provide the 24 hr care, not that is working. If my dad is going to die, which is very likely, I want him home. Not in some damn hospital full of strangers and machines.

Now for a very pissed off rant. The food my dad gets is through IV is $5,000x2/day a bag. My dad has served his country (proudly I might add as a GB), worked is entire life, and retired from one company. He has two insurances, which most retired people have to have since Medicare will not pay ****. For those of you that think this administration needs another run, ask a person on Medicare how it has changed in the last 8 years. Because I promise you your mother and dad, those that end up relying on Medicare, are going to be regretfully in the same boat. I beg you, if those of you who do not want to watch what I am watching, help change this.

Its not just Obama, but every SOB up there that does not have to live with Medicare because they are guaranteed to never want for money for the rest of there natural days. I am not old enough to know how it was for the elderly before 1990, so maybe I am wrong here. But to tell you the truth, I do not think I am. So in a nut shell, my dad has two insurances with Medicare being the primary and United being the secondary. At $10,000 a day for food, my dad can't even die comfortably and with dignity that he deserves because insurance refuses to pay.

For those of you who think Health Care Reform is a good idea. Medicare was the first one reformed last December the other insurance companies are following. I challenge you to get out and find a member of our society, who is on Medicare, and ask them how bad it is now. Don't get me wrong it has never been great. Do you realize the U.S. is one of very few countries that place so little importance on their elderly?

You know what makes me more angry then anything? My dad fought for this country, like so many, and is being **** on by the very country he fought and defended.

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Man, Thanks for the eye opening report you give at a time you have so much to worry about.

All I can say is, I am so sorry to hear all this and wish I could do something. I will keep your father, you and your family in our prayers.

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I'm sorry for your situation. I work in healthcare and can only tell you you're experience is not unusual. I can only say folks should read and heed your post. Very sorry, you're still in my prayers.
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