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My Dad & Pancreatic Cancer
|Submitted By:||Daniel Mart|
|Prayer Request:||He's now running a fever.|
My dad is no longer talking, and he is extremely weak.
His blood pressure is extremely low, as is his oxygen intake, and I pray to Jesus, St Michael, St Raphael & St Bernadette.
Thank you God for bathing us in the blood of Christ.
I belong to a local Episcopal church in Cupertino, California. I pray that everyone
seeing this message reads it with their deepest intentions, and that it is URGENTLY shared widely; with church groups and the like.
My name is Daniel Mart. My dad, Eric Richard Mart, is not a believer. During the fall of 2021, he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Although my dads kidney numbers were found to be perfect (thank the Good Lord), he remains extremely sick, which is very very concerning. When awake, he is like a zombie, and his appetite is still poor. He is extremely extremely weak. Often times, he is confused, and he has trouble communicating.
And he has started to need oxygen.
I am, TBH, quite concerned. He has been taken taken off chemo; as of now, there is nothing to stop the tumor growth.
He is extremely close to passing away.
Lord, you are I truly, truly believe the greatest physician of them all. I command the cancer in my dads body to leave; forbid cancer cells in dads body to multiply, in Jesus name. I command existing cancer cells in his body to die; the spirits of death & fear in him to leave, in Jesus name
I ask that the Lord come with His wonderful healing presence, and complete the healing and work His glory in my dads body, in Jesus name.
I ask that the Holy Spirit come to fill and encourage my dad, and to minister to him, in Jesus name. Please protect him, Lord, and heal him.
I realize that I am not the best Christian; far from it, actually.
Today, right now, I repent of all my sins.
My extreme pure OCD — sexual OCD, TBB — and depression — at times quite manic, with bipolar — makes everything so entirely challenging; many a time have I slipped, like majorly, and I just know that I will continue to slip in the future.
Yet, Lord, you know my heart, and you know who I am. And you know that, despite my thoughts, I would never ever hurt anybody. I am so thankful that I “have” never actually hurt anyone; I am blessed.
I am trying my best.
In Jesus name.
In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit,
This I pray.