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So glad Everyone is better. 


Lord, we praise you for the quick thinking, guidance and action of the people in the hospital. We praise you for healing Lynn's husband and providing help for him and the family. We ask for continued help and healing for a quick recovery. In Jesus name. 

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The first week of  December, A lady from church  saw us at :the grocery store.. I  filled  her in on what  we were going through right then. She  turned to him and said he looked gray. She is a retired nurse. The ER doctor told us that he was in heart  failure.  He came home without oxygen.  He has  added medication . We are on a low-sodium  diet. Come April first our insurance coverage will change.  He and I will be going to a gym , it's  one of the  benefits  of our new coverage


Will keep you and yours in my prayers 

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UPDATE: They moved him to less critical care but he's still not real good. And now I'm sick and can't go see him. :(:mad: And thank you again for praying.


QS, so glad your hubby is doing well. 🧡

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