Sunday, September 28, 2008

A prayer for Gracie

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There is a baby that my friend Jo, in Ohio, is asking everyone to pray for. Her name is Grace and she is two months old. She has Lissenchphaly, also know, as Smooth Brain Syndrome. She probably won't live longer that two years.

Jo believes in miracles and she is asking us to pass this on and pray very hard for this child and her family...., please take a moment to think about little Gracie and say a prayer for those who love her. There is a belief , by many, that when prayers are continued and connected to each other they become more powerful and that amazing things can happen. Let's see if we can produce a miracle for Gracie.

8 comments:

Mike Golch said...

your posting about Baby Grace is far than mine.

Madeline's Album said...

My prayers and thoughts go out to Baby Grace and her family.

Becky said...

Prayer is an awesome tool... I will be praying for Gracie.

Laura ~Peach~ said...

I am so happy it woke me up this morning with a pain an dgush of tears and it is OUT! left me with a bit red eye but the invader is OUT! Wahoo!

I saw the post about baby Grace and have added my prayers too!

Jo said...

Thank you my dear dear Elly Mae for posting this.

I am taking a break from cleaning this morning to catch up on my visits. I would much prefer doing this than cleaning..... Ugh!

Have a blessed day my friend.

Debbie in CA : ) said...

There's always room to mention another in my prayers with my Father. I pray grace for Gracie and all those that she touches.

(Thank you for your last comment to my blog . . . it encouraged me so.)

Sandi McBride said...

I was taught that if you ask it in His name, your chances of a miracle are far greater...so for little Grace I ask God, please heal this child of yours if it is in your plans for her. If you plan to call her home with you, please share the lesson of her life with her family so that they will rejoice in her entry to the world and not mourn forever. And all who read this, your prayer is offered here.
Amen
Sandi

Lehners in France said...

Sending positive thoughts to Gracie and her family. I'm hoping for a miracle whether it be prayer or science. Debs x