Please pray for my husband's health: possible cancer and heart problems


#1

I have been married for 29 years and have 3 grown children. I myself am just recuperating from pneumonia and today my husband went to the doctor for a check up.
The doctor detected a lump on his breast which may be malignant. He says breast cancer attacks men more viciously and aggressively than women. Also, my husband may have a blocked artery in his heart. He also has to be tested once a year for colon cancer since this runs in his family and last year he had to have a portion of his colon removed.
I know , as we all do, the power of prayer and how we are called upon to be prayer warriors especially at the vulnerable times in our lives when Satan tries to put fear and anxiety into our our minds. I would appreciate you all keeping my husband,Bernard, in your prayers. Thank you . Blessings.
Ellen 18


#2

Oh my gosh, Ellen…I am so sorry. I will say a prayer for you. It is hard at times to be calm, in a stormy sea…but God will see you through this. May God give you strength during this trying time.


#3

I’m praying for him…

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#4

I will pray for your husband. :gopray2:


#5

God bless you, your husband, and your family. Bernard is in my prayer.


#6

To all who have so graciously and generously responded to prayer for my husband I am deeply grateful. I know it is so comforting to know that there are such wonderful people out there to whom I can reach out to. Bless you all and I will keep you updated.
Ellen18


#7

I will pray for him in my daily rosary.


#8

Lord, may your servant Bernard, & his family feel the peace that passes all understanding, as they face these days of tests & treatments.
In Jesus’ all powerful Name we pray, Amen.:signofcross:


#9

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