prayers for Natalie, a dear friend

“In prayer it is better to have a heart without words than words without a heart.”
John Bunyan

(flowers from the Luxemborg Gardens / Paris, France / Julie Cook / 2019)

For those of you who know Natalie Scarberry over on Sacredtouches—
–our prayers must abound.

Natalie has been suffering from a bone marrow disorder for several months that has
most recently morphed into leukemia.

Natalie was admitted to the hospital this past week for a 10-day treatment program.
A 50 50 treatment program.

Earlier this evening Natalie’s daughter Nikki let me know that Natalie is very weak and has suffered a
brain hemorrhage that has her now in ICU—of which is being treated.

May we all stop for a moment in order to offer up a unified prayer of both Thanksgiving and petition.

We are grateful for God’s grace which rests upon Natalie and her family yet we pray earnestly for
her well being–
we pray for peace to reign in her heart—we pray for strength to surge through her body
and we pray that her spirit will soar despite the oppression of an ICU unit.

We lift up James her husband, Nikki her daughter along with her grandchildren and sisters.

Hear our prayers O Lord….

13 comments on “prayers for Natalie, a dear friend

  1. Praying for Natalie and her family and asking the Lord to wrap them all in His peace and comfort.

  2. Reblogged this on Talmidimblogging and commented:

  3. says:

    So sorry to hear this. Prayers for her and her family. Our blogging community is often far away, but we’re bound by God’s own hands. May she be wrapped tightly in them.

  4. cepcarol says:

    Praying for Natalie. God’s strength and healing be upon her.

  5. David says:

    Praying for Natalie too. Please keep us updated Julie.

  6. SLIMJIM says:

    Rather late but I’m praying

  7. lynnabbott says:

    Oh, dear me!! Thanks for this post!! Praying for Natalie!! 💜💜

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