Tuesday, February 1, 2011

*Calling All Prayer Warriors*


Isn't her face just precious as can be!? This beautiful little girl's named is Rylynn. She is a vibrant, sweet little girl who needs prayer warriors to intercede for her. Go here to know more about her story.

In short, she was born with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS). She has endured two open heart surgeries which were a success, but more recently she had a virus that allowed Dr.'s to find out her heart was weaker. Her loving parents, are dedicated to doing whatever it takes to give their baby girl a life she deserves. Rylynn's Doctors have told her parents she is in need of a new heart. So, in efforts to get Rylynn on the transplant list, they have moved within 2 hours of the hospital. Although they have great family and friend support, I am asking for yours as well! I am asking you, if you would keep this precious child and her parents Andrea, and Gilly in your prayers.

**This was taken from an excerpt from kcm.org about prayer:

**This is what Jesus said about prayer, "Have faith in God. For verily I say unto you, that whosoever shall say unto this mountain,'Be thou removed, be thou cast into the sea, and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass. He shall have whatsoever he saith.' Therefore, I say unto you," this is Jesus speaking "Therefore, I say unto you, what things so ever you desire when you pray, believe that you receive them and you shall have them." That's in your Bible, Mark 11:22, 23 and 24. Jesus said to believe that you receive when you pray, and you will have it. Now faith takes the answer when it prays.**


My feel like shoutin' reading that! There is power in prayer. The many times I have been on my knees praising God, or crying out asking for answers, how he comes through in his time sometimes mine, how perfect his timing is always. I must be earnestly seeking the Lord in all things and when I pray, Praying with praise, boldness, conviction, and thanksgiving. It can be easy to get caught up in praying for myself, my family, and asking God for provision for myself. But it is when I lift up others interceding in prayer for them, not only am I humbled, I allow myself to be a prayer warrior on someones behalf.

I encourage you, to be in prayer for Rylynn with boldness, conviction for what you believing you are praying for, and thanksgiving to our Father in Heaven, Jesus Christ.

Naomi

2 comments:

  1. big hugs to her! my friend's youngest son also has Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome. Luckily he is very healthy after his first couple of surgeries. His nickname is Lucky and he is only 3 years old

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  2. Naomi, i Will be praying for little Rylynn - like your blog, LOVE Your heart!!!! Blessings, mamaof2

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