Maggie's Parkinson Surgery was a Big Success - Thank you!


#1

Thank you so much to everyone who prayed for my friend Maggie who had brain surgery for her Parkinson’s disease on Monday.

I just spoke with her on the phone.

It was a huge success.

She now has stopped trembling and she can move herself around on her bed and hold the phone by herself.

She is able to even walk by herself with some assistance.

Thank you so much for your prayers!!!

VitoJoseph :slight_smile:


#2

So Thankful To God Be The Glory Forever Christ’s Peace!


#3

Great news…Praise God!!


#4

Psalm 17 (18)
Thanksgiving

The Lord’s ways are pure; the words of the Lord are refined in the furnace; the Lord protects all who hope in him.
For what God is there, but our Lord? What help, but in the Lord our God?
God, who has wrapped me in his strength and set me on the perfect path,
who has made my feet like those of the deer, who has set me firm upon the heights,
who trains my hands for battle, teaches my arms to bend a bow of bronze.

Glory be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit,
as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be,
world without end.
Amen.


#5

Praise be to God! I love success stories :smiley: I am struggling with breast cancer and know every healing is from God. Praise praise


#6

Wonderful! Thank You, Lord!

Vito, may God give you countless blessings for your concern and prayer for Maggie.

May God grant all your prayers according to His merciful love and will.


#7

Love and prayer. I ask St Therese to intercede for you. Her mother had same but without treatment that is available now.


#8

Thank you Jesus!


#9

Bless you Trishie:angel1:


#10

Just curious - did this involve adult stem cell therapy?


#11

Glory be to
The Father
And to
The Son
And to
The Holy Spirit
As it was in the beginning
Is now and ever shall be
World without end.
Amen.
:slight_smile:


#12

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