Sunday, July 12, 2009

Praying for Maggie Lee




My friend Jinny's daughter-Maggie Lee was on a church bus on their way to camp on Sunday morning from Shreveport, Louisiana when the bus had a blowout. The bus flipped three times killing one young man and injuring many others. Maggie Lee received head trauma and was flown to Jackson, Mississippi. She has serious head injuries and has had a lung collapse. She has fluid on her lungs, her heart has stopped once already, her brain is swelling, and she is not stable enough at this time to have the brain surgery she needs to save her life.

Please be in prayer for Maggie Lee and for her parents Jinny and John.

Please pray for their strength, hope, peace, and healing.
Our God CAN do amazing things.


Be prepared. You're up against far more than you can handle on your own. Take all the help you can get, every weapon God has issued, so that when it's all over but the shouting you'll still be on your feet. Truth, righteousness, peace, faith, and salvation are more than words. Learn how to apply them. You'll need them throughout your life. God's Word is an indispensable weapon. In the same way, prayer is essential in this ongoing warfare. Pray hard and long. Pray for your brothers and sisters. Keep your eyes open. Keep each other's spirits up so that no one falls behind or drops out.


Ephesians 6:13-18
(The Message)




4 comments:

  1. One of my former Girl Scouts was on the Metro train in Washington, DC, when it crashed into another train. She's had multiple surgeries and still isn't out of the woods yet. But the doctors say that her youth is on her side. With Maggie Lee's youth and God, I know she'll be okay.

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  2. I am keeping her in my thoughts and prayers. This crash has made the news here in Oregon this morning. I am hoping that she is doing better every day. I have faith.

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  3. I go to the same school as Maggie Lee and I want yall to now all my friends have her in are prayers and hope she gets well.

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  4. I pray for her complete healing and comfort in the recovery process.

    Also, for her parents, who must be so worried.

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