URGENT PRAYER NEED

URGENT PRAYER! E-coli. Need to switch my antibiotic to a Cephlosporin but it is a mild version and not what I stopped breathing with last time. Will have 2 nurses watching me closely ready to spring into action. Terrified.*
Pray I DO NOT code. Pray it works.

* I know, I know. God has me. I could have died last time. The reality is, I’m very scared.

About Scott Linscott

Living life to the fullest, walking in the dust of my Rabbi, creating art through photography and written word, speaking words of hope and encouragement at conferences, workshops, church and civic gatherings.
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9 Responses to URGENT PRAYER NEED

  1. I am scared right along with you my friend. Prayers going up and out to have you covered with the love and the blood of Jesus Christ. I pray that He take that fear from you and instill in you a peace that we can’t understand but knowing that it comes from HIM and HIM alone… Sending you hugs and all the love you need to get through this..

  2. Anonymous says:

    We at Christ Chapel are praying for you, Scott. God loves you more than anyone else does….and that’s a whole lot of love.

  3. FloridaVet says:

    Hang in there Scott.

    I know that it is scary when these things happen. I have been there too. I ask you to not have a spirit of fear but to pray all the more fervently to the Lord. Praise Him in every way to showing that your situation does not determine your faith. I am praying that the Holy Spirit lifts up your heart and brings you the peace that can only come from God. He has gotten you this far, surely He will carry you on to the finish!

    Your Friend,

    Tim

    • SCOTT LINSCOTT says:

      I’m trying, bud, I’m trying. When I stopped breathing last time it was not a fun activity. So, being human, keeping emotions in check is easier said than done.

      Sent from my iPhone

  4. Anonymous says:

    Sending prayers your way………………

  5. normane3d says:

    God bless you Scott. I am and will be praying for you — you have lots of people that love and support you, and will be praying for you as well. May God help this drug work, make you better stronger and more restful.

  6. Debbie Wenzel says:

    Praying

  7. Anonymous says:

    Praying, Scott. We love you!! Consider yourself hugged by all of us.

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