A pageant was held to raise funds for Graceyn's treatments- and the belle of the ball felt a little sad that she couldn't spin and twirl like her sisters and the other contestants. So a sweet friend turned Graceyn's wheelchair into Cinderella's coach. Graceyn said she felt like Cinderella going to the ball!!
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This first picture is Graceyn transferring from her wheelchair onto a mat. She is wearing her TLSO (brace)which makes transferring harder.
The second picture is Graceyn scooting to move from one end of the mat to the other. Terri, her therapist is moving her legs as she goes.
Graceyn hit her head on the back of the passenger side front seat during the accident. It is an absolute miracle that she did not have a head injury. It was also revealed that her spinal cord was stretched, not torn or cut.
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It took two hours to cut Holly out of the van. This is a view of her seat after the wreck. If you look at the bottom of this picture you can see the driver's seat. Holly's legs were in between the seat and that unbelievable tangle of dashboard, computer, steering column, etc.
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Finally! These videos are old, but I just figured out how to put them on here!
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Sorry it has taken me a while to post. I have several pictures of Holly and Graceyn that are being scanned so that I can put them on this blog. Can't wait!
I'm also pleased to tell you, if you haven't heard, Graceyn and Holly WALKED at church the other night. Holly without help, Graceyn with her braces. Such an awesome sight.... we serve a MIGHTY, AWESOME, POWERFUL LORD, amen?
Also, it has come to my attention that the frozen meals that the family had stocked up are running low. They use these for when someone forgets to bring them a meal, or when no one is taking them a meal. I thought some of you might want to meet this need for them. I know that they would be grateful.
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Hi, thank each of you for praying and praising God with us for all of the
Thrailkill's needs, and healing. We truly continue to
believe God for a COMPLETE miracle; but for now Graceyn's therapy continues
for teaching her ways to get around and how to do things while she is still
It is so amazing how much she has learned to do from Kennedy Krieger in
Baltimore, MD. We have videos of her walking with her special braces that
have electrodes in them to stimulate her legs to move; videos of her making
muffins with a friend God has provided for her; a video of her having a
water fight with other children her age from the hospital, and several other
It is so sweet that God has brought a little girl named Rachel who is 4
years old also. She has the same injury as Graceyn and uses all the same
equipment Graceyn does. She could use your prayers because she is not
handling her injuries as well as Graceyn. It has been difficult for the
therapists to get her to do therapy. She doesn't want to do anything....but
God has been using Graceyn to encourage her.
*Holly needs someone to be able to come help clean & dust her house before
Saturday when Lane gets home with Graceyn.
**One toilet is clogged and we (Holly and Tina) can't seem to get it to
unclog. Can any of you guys help with this? We really need this fixed before
***We need a gentleman to pick Lane and Graceyn up in their van (or yours if
that is more comfortable for you) Saturday, August 9th from the Sanderson
Farms' place in Laurel, MS. This is a 2 hour drive from the Jackson area.
Right now we are unsure of the time they arrive but will prayerfully know
sometime Wednesday and will post that as soon as we have it.
*We need to know who would be willing to provide supper meals for them
starting Saturday, the 9th and run through the following Sunday, the 17th.
Remember if you can provide a meal but cannot deliver it, Tina Conerly will
be more than happy to deliver it for you. Her number is .
Please pray for Lane and Graceyn to have a safe trip home.
God is working in such amazing ways. Thank you for being a part of those
ways by praying, providing meals, all of your financial help and so much
more. You will not know how big a blessing all of this is and has been to us
this side of Heaven!
In His love and thankfulness,
Tina and Holly
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Hey faithful readers.... I'm out of town but was checking my email and I got a video from Tina Conerly that showed Graceyn WALKING with braces!!! Praise the Lord... He is faithful!
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I love Wednesday night church and I love our Pastor, Brother David Jett. This past Wednesday night he preached a sermon that revolutionized my way of thinking about healing. Here's the statement that stopped me cold (paraphrasing because I can't remember exactly): "We believe that Jesus can forgive our sins and and save us, but we don't believe that He can heal us". Jesus addressed this issue of belief in the 9th book of Matthew:
1Jesus stepped into a boat, crossed over and came to his own town. 2Some men brought to him a paralytic, lying on a mat. When Jesus saw their faith, he said to the paralytic, "Take heart, son; your sins are forgiven."
3At this, some of the teachers of the law said to themselves, "This fellow is blaspheming!"
4Knowing their thoughts, Jesus said, "Why do you entertain evil thoughts in your hearts? 5Which is easier: to say, 'Your sins are forgiven,' or to say, 'Get up and walk'? 6But so that you may know that the Son of Man has authority on earth to forgive sins...." Then he said to the paralytic, "Get up, take your mat and go home." 7And the man got up and went home. 8When the crowd saw this, they were filled with awe; and they praised God, who had given such authority to men.
As the service came to a close, the Pastor asked Holly and Graceyn to come down to the altar. Many church members came together believing and asking for healing for them. Brother David reminded us that we pray for God's Kingdom here on Earth, because in His Kingdom, there is no sickness, no wheelchairs, no death.
I sat in my seat, thinking, "Really God? Can you really do this? Okay, I know that you CAN do this, but WILL you?"
22They came to Bethsaida, and some people brought a blind man and begged Jesus to touch him. 23He took the blind man by the hand and led him outside the village. When he had spit on the man's eyes and put his hands on him, Jesus asked, "Do you see anything?"
24He looked up and said, "I see people; they look like trees walking around."
25Once more Jesus put his hands on the man's eyes. Then his eyes were opened, his sight was restored, and he saw everything clearly.Why did it take more than one time for Jesus to heal the man? Why wasn't it instantaneous? Jesus was trying to show His disciples that sometimes it's a process. God will be glorified in all that He does. So sometimes if His answer doesn't come quickly, even when we're desperate, we know that God's doing a work in us. He's not just taking His time for the sake of making us wait. Our lives are like a big tapestry, on the one side it's beautiful (how God sees it all) on the other side, it looks all crazy and jacked up (how we see it all). God's making us beautiful.
Another reason healing or answers don't always come quickly is from another passage in scripture, found in Daniel 10 :
1 In the third year of Cyrus king of Persia, a revelation was given to Daniel (who was called Belteshazzar). Its message was true and it concerned a great war. The understanding of the message came to him in a vision.
2 At that time I, Daniel, mourned for three weeks. 3 I ate no choice food; no meat or wine touched my lips; and I used no lotions at all until the three weeks were over.
4 On the twenty-fourth day of the first month, as I was standing on the bank of the great river, the Tigris, 5 I looked up and there before me was a man dressed in linen, with a belt of the finest gold around his waist. 6 His body was like chrysolite, his face like lightning, his eyes like flaming torches, his arms and legs like the gleam of burnished bronze, and his voice like the sound of a multitude.
7 I, Daniel, was the only one who saw the vision; the men with me did not see it, but such terror overwhelmed them that they fled and hid themselves. 8 So I was left alone, gazing at this great vision; I had no strength left, my face turned deathly pale and I was helpless. 9 Then I heard him speaking, and as I listened to him, I fell into a deep sleep, my face to the ground.
10 A hand touched me and set me trembling on my hands and knees. 11 He said, "Daniel, you who are highly esteemed, consider carefully the words I am about to speak to you, and stand up, for I have now been sent to you." And when he said this to me, I stood up trembling.
12 Then he continued, "Do not be afraid, Daniel. Since the first day that you set your mind to gain understanding and to humble yourself before your God, your words were heard, and I have come in response to them. 13 But the prince of the Persian kingdom resisted me twenty-one days. Then Michael, one of the chief princes, came to help me, because I was detained there with the king of Persia. 14 Now I have come to explain to you what will happen to your people in the future, for the vision concerns a time yet to come."
Daniel was desperate and crying out on behalf of his people after God had given him a vision about their fate. He had humbled himself to God by praying and fasting and yet he had not received an answer. Brother David taught us in an earlier sermon that sometimes our prayers are intercepted by the enemy (in this verse, the "Persian kingdom" aka Satan and his crew). It took 21 days for this angel and another angel, Michael, to fight off the attack from "the king of Persia". And although God is all-powerful and all-mighty, and he could have totally destroyed the enemy at any time and will destroy the enemy.... how much more was he glorified through Daniel's prayer, fasting, and finally, meeting with an angel of the Lord who would answer David's prayer?
I leave you with a final thought: "It's our job to believe in God. It's His job to work the miracle".
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In His love and service, Tina
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*Pray God would provide the way for Holly and the other 2 girls to go with Lane and Graceyn when they return to PA. If unable to go, I am working on day-sitters to help Holly while he takes her. She really needs someone to be with her at this point.
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I spoke with Tina Conerly tonight, and she shared with me a prayer request.
Lane is scheduled to go back to work within a few weeks (maybe even less- I'm not entirely sure). As you know, Graceyn will need to go back to PA soon- and that won't be possible if Lane goes back to work so soon. He will be asking his boss for 3 more months at home. Let's pray that God's favor will be on Lane, and that his boss will see this request as a legitimate need.
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On an earlier post I mentioned that Graceyn needed a bike that cost $15,000. Lane went ahead and ordered the bike, trusting that God would provide. Would you believe that God did- and $3,500 extra too (see my earlier post on how abundant God is)! How awesome is that?
My God truly never ceases to amaze me with how much He loves us! I often write about needs for the family with doubts in my mind about exactly how God will meet those needs. I am sooo thankful that my "human-ness" doesn't get in the way of God's perfect will~ He will complete the work that He started.
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I got to see the whole family at church last night- Lane, Holly, Maddie, and Graceyn (I think Laurel must have already gone upstairs). They all looked wonderful! We were praising God that they were there and so excited to see sweet Graceyn. I had been praying that they would be able to come to church soon- and as you know, God answers prayer!
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Sorry I haven't posted in a while- there haven't been any new updates from Tina so I was kind of neglecting this blog. But, God spoke to me in that still, quiet way that He has and reminded me of a few things that I'd like to share with you.
1) God is a BIG God. And He can do over and abundantly what we ask of Him. He's just waiting. How do I know? Think about the story that we've heard tons of times in Matthew 14:13. Jesus fed 5,000 people with 2 loaves and 5 fish. Now, the story doesn't end there for me. It's amazing enough that He fed them all with that small amount of food- but look at what He did at the end:
20They all ate and were satisfied, and the disciples picked up twelve basketfuls of broken pieces that were left over.
Why was there even food left over? I always think God will give me just enough to get by. NO WAY- He's a BIG, ABUNDANT GOD and He desires to give us way more than we ask for, even better than we ask for. Let's ask Him for big things for ourselves- and the Thrailkill's today.
2) Our Pastor at Crossgates Baptist gave an awesome sermon tonight... here's a link to listen to it if you are interested: http://crossgates.org
Click on the link for archived sermons and choose the one for June 1st. Anyway, Bro. David taught us about love from the Father. He shared that God desires for us to approach him like little children- and call him "Daddy" or "Abba Father". This is true because Jesus approached God the same way, and he told us to pray in the same way:
9"This, then, is how you should pray:
" 'Our Father in heaven,
hallowed be your name,
10your kingdom come,
your will be done
on earth as it is in heaven.
11Give us today our daily bread.
12Forgive us our debts,
as we also have forgiven our debtors.
13And lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from the evil one.[a]' 14For if you forgive men when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. 15But if you do not forgive men their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins.
Jesus was telling us to BOLDLY approach his throne and to ask God for things with the mindset that we are His children. He loves us in the same way that we love our children or our parents love us. Amazing to think about, right?
So as we ask Him for that big thing today, remember, He wants to give us good things. He wants what's best for us.... just like we want what's best for our children and our parents wanted what was best for us. Ask Him today like He's Your Daddy. Let's ask on behalf of the Thrailkills for complete healing, peace, provision, and rest.
I'll give you an update as soon as I know something! Thanks for letting me take you on a little journey of what I've learned lately.
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Holly had her stitches out today and had no pain. They will check her progress in six weeks to determine if they need to put her to sleep to bend her right leg. She is going to be working with her PT in the mean time, so the doctor will look at her range of motion at the next appointment. The doctor also said her right knee and leg were in awesome shape compared to her last visit and surgery. She has been walking using a walker more than 50 feet with her PT- awesome progress!
Hands of Hope at Crossgates Baptist Church will continue to be and have already been working on the Thrailkill home on several of the needs expressed in the last post. PRAISE GOD that this need has already been met!
God has clearly told Lane that Graceyn WILL be healed, so we need to continue our prayers.... despite what doctors and PT's say. HE has the last WORD, amen?
The specialized bicycle has been ordered for her (the one that cost $15,000), Lane is trusting God to provide. Graceyn will be returning home on the 17th, but will return for a two week stay (in PA) after she gets her new braces. These braces will help her learn how to use her legs.
God is SO GOOD, all the time! Thanks to all of you who are praying.... you may never know what YOUR prayers are doing. Small= Big sometimes in God's economy!
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This was forwarded to me by someone from my church. These are specific needs for the family.
Thanks Angie if you're reading this for passing these requests on!
- Their house is in a dire need of painting, caulking and a few rotted boards replaced. Would any of you be willing to lend some labor or know of someone who could. Please be in prayer for our church to step up to this.
- Right as I walked in Holly was hanging up with a call from one of Graceyn’s therapists who was telling Holly about this new chair that Graceyn HAD to have to help her leg musles from atrophying. The cost of the chair is $15,000 and insurance will not pay a dime. Holly looked at me with the most despair in her eyes and said, “How could we get $15,000?” To make matters worse Holly asked if this chair would help Graceyn walk and the therapist told her, “Holly, Graceyn is not going to walk again.” Please pray first and foremost for complete healing in Graceyn’s body and that she will through the power of Jesus, walk again. Secondly, please pray for the funds to come in to cover the cost of the chair that she will need almost immediately.
- They need a new vehicle. The drunk driver had poor insurance and since the three in the vehicle with the drunk driver were hurt, they have rights to the insurance money also and so it will have to split among them as well. At best, Holly’s van will be paid off. This still leaves them in the great need for another vehicle. Please pray for this need to be met.
They have an account set up at Bank Plus under Lane Thrailkill and another account set up at Regions under Graceyn Thraillkill.
If you would like to help please post a comment with your information or, send an email to:
Thanks for your diligent prayers and all of you who are stepping up to help out. Even if it seems insignificant it is HUGE in God's economy. May each of you be blessed for your service!
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Holly took her first steps on Friday! She admits that she was scared to death- but, she had her husband and PT right there to support her.
Graceyn has also taken steps, but has yet to feel anything. The PTs are teaching her to use her upper body to move her legs. She will come home this Friday, but will return to PA to learn how to put on and use her new braces. These braces will teach her how to walk! AMEN! PRAISE JESUS!
Lane asks for prayer. Insurance does not cover an additional machine that Graceyn needs. This machine will velcro to her upper body and support her upper body while she exercises to move her lower body. It's miraculous what she can do.... even though she can't feel her legs! Thanks be to You Jesus, what we can't even conceive of, YOU can DO!
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I am an author of this blog- but mostly I just pass on information that I hear from others. But God has laid it on my heart to add some other folks along with the Thrailkills who need our prayers-
1) The extended family and their friends who are caring for Lane, Holly, and the girls. They have their own lives but have sacrificially stepped in to take care of the Thrailkills. Pray for comfort, strength, energy, and especially words to speak comfort, life, and hope to Lane, Holly, and the girls. Pray that God fills in the gaps for them, when things at their own homes may not get taken care of. Pray that God blesses them for their service. Pray that they feel renewed each day and filled with God's Holy Spirit.
2) Pray that God would be glorified in all of this. That each doctor, nurse, orderly, whoever comes in contact with this precious family would see Christ. That they would come away believing without a doubt that there IS a God and He is alive and working!
3) Pray for the woman and two men that hit Holly and Graceyn. Pray that they would come to see a need in their life for salvation and would seek God with their whole heart. Pray that they would see their alcohol addiction as this huge chain dragging them down to their death- and that the only way to break free would be to ask Jesus into their lives. Pray that God would radically change, save, and redeem them.... even though they don't deserve it. None of us do.
I know that the last one is hard. It was hard for me to write. But I do write it unapologetically. Jesus said in his Word:
In prayer there is a connection between what God does and what you do. You can't get forgiveness from God, for instance, without also forgiving others. If you refuse to do your part, you cut yourself off from God's part.
If you, God, kept records on wrongdoings, who would stand a chance? As it turns out, forgiveness is your habit, and that's why you're worshiped.
All of us have become like one who is unclean, and all our righteous acts are like filthy rags; we all shrivel up like a leaf, and like the wind our sins sweep us away.
Forgive one another as quickly and thoroughly as God in Christ forgave you.All scripture quoted from The Message.
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Holly stood on her legs for the first time yesterday and there were tears of joy streaming down everyone's face. How could we do anything but loudly shout the praises of God Almighty?!? The doctors thought originally it would be 3-4 months before she could so this and it was only 5 1/2 weeks from the accident and she stood! Glory to God.....how awesome is He! She has also been able to shower 2 times now. She is doing great with her physical therapy and will be going to get another knee brace tomorrow. She still has alot of pain with therapy but the medicine they switched her to is helping a lot better than what they had her on previously.
Pray for Lane as he is trying to "light a fire" under the doctors' feet in PA to get them going on Graceyn's care. It started off quite well but they haven't done much of anything in the last couple of days. There has been a benefit account set up in Graceyn Thrailkill's name at Regions Bank. If you would like to donate money to her account just go to any branch to make a deposit. Thank you in advance for you generosity!
Lane and Holly are ready for anyone who wants to help with cleaning or laundry. The days best for them are Tuesdays and Thursdays.
So, if you would like to help in this way, PLEASE leave a comment stating you need information or email/call Tina Conerly.
The yard is covered by a guy we go to church with and who also works with Lane at Nissan. Two other ladies have gone and weeded the flower beds and they look great! Thank you so much ladies!
As you know, Graceyn Thrailkill is in for treatment of her spinal cord injury. We have been asked by a member of her family if we could pass the word for folks to send her some encouragement via the mail. (If a few of you feel led to put $1.00 in with your card or note that would bring a huge smile to Graceyn's face.) Her address is:
c/o Shriners Hospital For Children3551 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140
Please help us spread the word so we can all take part in what God is doing in this precious little girl’s life!
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Then Wednesday, her sister, Maddie, had a dream that Graceyn had come home and was walking. We were all so tickled over these dreams and remembered the verse in the Bible where it says, "...and your sons and daughters will dream dreams.....". I truly believe this two dreams are prophetic dreams, reminding us that God IS in control and very much at work in Graceyn's body!
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I was reading the comments on the story that the Clarion Ledger did on Graceyn and Holly and saw this-
You can make donations here:
City of Brandon, Attention: Cathy Goolsby, P.O. Box 1539, Brandon, MS 39043.
(Sorry Ms. Goolsby but I checked you out. She is the Public Works Director for the City of Brandon- definitely legit :)
Any check or money order needs to be made payable to Lane Thrailkill.
She also said in this comment that there would be a fund-raiser set up at Brandon Day. She will be raffling off some items under the city tent.
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Just got a comment that said the third item is a tv. And the tickets are 2 for $5. Sorry for any confusion! Just go by there yourself and get a raffle ticket :)
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At CVS today I noticed they are raffling off three items to raise money for the Thrailkill's. One is a cool Sunkist Bike, a Mother's Day Basket... and the 3rd I'm sure is something equally cool but I can't for the life of me remember what it is :) Anyway, I did remember that tickets are 2 for $25. If you get a chance go by there and check it out!
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***Holly requests prayer that they will in fact be able to get her home by tomorrow afternoon or early evening, as stated by doctors, so she can spend as much time with Graceyn before she leaves on Tuesday, April 29th.
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* Holly and Lane need God to hold them up and keep them comforted and strong while Graceyn is probably leaving Tuesday, April 28th, to fly to the Shriner's Hospital in with her grandparents, Mike and Rhonda Parker. It is harder than my feeble words can convey for them to watch her leave and know they cannot go or see her for 4 weeks. God is their Jehovah Shalom!
Holly needs 2 - 3 cotton (Soft) dress found at . They are a certain kind that she can still move in for her therapy. Short sleeve and has maybe a few buttons at the top in front. If anyone can help in this area, it would be greatly appreciated.
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Gift cards from restaurants are needed for the family.
If you are interested contact Tina Conerly. Her phone # is 601.992.6181 and her email is email@example.com
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We don't know this lady but her blog is awesome and very encouraging. Apparently her nephew fell while skiing and was told that he may never walk, talk, write, eat again. Click on the link below to read their story.
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(excerpt from Prayers that Avail Much by Germaine Copeland)
Healing of the Handicapped
Father, we come before you boldly and confidently, knowing that You are not a man that You should lie and that You watch over Your Word to perform it. Therefore, Father, we bring before You those who are called handicapped and ill- mentally and physically. Father, we know by Your authority of Your Word, we know without a doubt that it is Your will for these people- babies, children, and adults- to be made completely whole and restored in the name of Jesus.
Although Satan, the god of this world, comes against Your handiwork, we know you are the God of miracles, the God of love, power, and might. Through Your redemptive plan, we are redeemed from the curse of the law. The law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has made us free from the law of sin and death. We are seated with Christ in heavenly places far above all satanic forces. We bring those who have been attacked before Your throne of grace. We intercede on their behalf, and for their families and loved ones.
We proclaim the victory Jesus one at Calvary when He disarmed the principalities and powers that were waged against us. We believe that everyone who has the opportunity this day to make Jesus their Lord and Savior will call upon His name and be saved. We bind their spirits, souls, and bodies to the will of God, to the blood of Jesus, to mercy, grace, and truth. We destroy strongholds of unforgiveness, fear, and distrust. In the name of Jesus, we loose unbelief, fear, discouragement, tradition, depression, and oppression from the minds of the parents, children, and individuals involved.
Father, we pray for born-again, Spirit-filled individuals in positions of authority- administrators, teachers, nurses, orderlies, attendants, and volunteers. We pray that men and women of integrity, blameless and complete in Your sight, remain in these positions, but the wicked be cut off and the treacherous be rooted out. Father, we pray for laborers of the harvest to go forth preaching the good news to the lost and to the Body of Christ.
We pray that You quicken these individuals to Your Word- that they may be filled with wisdom and revelation knowledge concerning the integrity of Your Word, speaking faith-filled words and doing faith-filled actions. We pray for the infilling of the Holy Spirit, divine health, the fruit of the recreated human spirit, the gifts of the Holy Spirit, and deliverance. May they know that Jesus is their Source of every consolation, comfort, and encouragement, and that they are to be sanctified- spirit, soul, and body. We confess that they are redeemed from the curse of the law- redeemed from every sickness, disease, malady, affliction, defect, deficiency, deformity, injury, and every demon.
We speak healing to unborn infants in the wombs of mothers for children are a heritage of the Lord and the fruit of the womb is their reward. We speak restoration to damaged brain cells and activation of dormant brain cells. We speak normal intellect for one's age. We speak creative miracles to parts of the body and healing to all wounds. We speak words of life and say that they shall live in victory in life and not die. We speak perfect soundness of mind and wholeness of body and spirit. We say that tongues are loosed and speech is distinct. We say ears hear and eyes see in the name of Jesus. We say demons are cast out, bowing to the name of Jesus. We speak deliverance to bodies and minds, for You, Lord God, are the Help of their countenance and the Lifter of those bowed down- the joy of the Lord is their strength and stronghold!
We commission God's ministering spirits to go forth as they hearken to God's Word to provide the necessary help and assistance to those for whom we are praying! Father, no word of Yours is void of the power it takes to cause itself to pass! We establish Your Word on this earth for it is already settled in heaven. Nothing is too hard or impossible for You. All things are possible to us who believe. We pray for more intercessors to stand with us. Let our prayers be set forth as incense before You- a sweet fragrance before You! Praise the Lord! In Your Name we pray, amen.
Mark 11: 23, 24
2 Corinthians 1:3
1 Peter 2:24
2 Corinthians 4:4
Ephesians 1:17, 18
1 Thessalonians 5:23
Proverbs 2:21, 22
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Praise the Lord, Holly came home from the hospital on Thursday. Here are some specific prayer requests from her:
*Pray for God to provide the money needed to pay for the machine she has to use for her legs with her physical therapist. Their insurance told them it is NOT covered on their insurance and it is $30.00 per day. God Will Provide!!
*Pray for the emotional hardship of having to be away from Graceyn who is in the hospital for 10 more days. It was very hard for both Lane and Holly on Thursday to leave her at the hospital
*Pray for wisdom and guidance as Lane is talking to some people and checking options for Graceyn to go to a hospital in Pennsylvania that specializes in spinal injuries. Also, pray that their insurance would cover this.
*Pray for both Holly and Graceyn as they recover and go through therapy. Holly said she knows it has to hurt to get better and heal and is very concerned about that as well.
*Pray for Lane and grandparents as they care for these loved ones. They are so tired but encouraged by all of you who are ministering in various ways and especially your prayers.
*Pray for Graceyn as she is still having to be catheterized every 6 hours and will do so until God heals her from the paralysis.
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