Saturday, April 19, 2008

prayer request please!

"He sent His word and healed them, and delivered them from their destructions." Psalm 107:20

We are in need of prayers tonight for baby McKenzie Reese, born today 4/19/08 weighing 1 lb 4.8 oz at 28 weeks. Please pray for complete and total healing of baby McKenzie. Please beg God for a quick and painless stay in the NICU for baby McKenzie. I know the emotions and feelings these parents (our friends) are feeling at this joyous yet horrifying time. It's indescribable.

6 comments:

Amanda said...

Ann Marie,

This is my prayer tonight for baby McKenzie, especially her parents, and for you as well:

"The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord Make His face shine upon you and be gracious to you; may the Lord turn His face toward you and give you PEACE." Numb. 6:24-26

Creative Escape said...

Keeping baby McKenzie in my prayers. Praying the Lord lends his hands to heal her.

God bless.

Jen

Vicki Willis said...

I pray that God will put His healing hand upon McKenzie as He has done for Coy and that He will grant her full healing.

Shawn Abt said...

Chris and Ann MArie, You don't know me. I have been a member of Kathy's Bible Study for years and belong to Kinsmen. We spoke about nursing jobs shortly after you returned and were looking for a job as I too am a nurse. Our whole family has kept up with Coy (including our son at OU). I have cried so many times when I pull up the blog. You two have been rocks and now is your chance to minister to the parents of McKenzie. It has all happened for a reason you know.So be there for them. Pray with them, hold them and laugh/cry with them.Illness hurts (I know) so warm smile on mnay days may say it all. Hang in there and be strong in the Lord!!!

Esperanza said...

We all are going to pray for Baby McKenzie... Tell mommy and daddy that tons and tons of prayers are on their way...
Big hugs
Esperanza Orlando & Liam Penaloza

Anonymous said...

Craig and I have been praying for little McKenzie Reese...and for Erin and Vincent to be strong through these times in NICU.
Love, Jessie and Craig Stansberry