Prayer & Praise

You may also like...

10 Responses

  1. Paige says:

    Amen and amen. Thank you for posting this.

  2. Nonnie says:

    Praying for the hurting, the wounded, the suffering. Lord have mercy. Comfort your people.

  3. Linnea says:

    Thank you for your prayers. I haven’t checked in for awhile. My husband was hospitalized 2 weeks ago for a blood clot caused by the chemotherapy port. Now, he’s back in the hospital for the same clot. Your prayers are coveted.

  4. em says:

    prayer continues, Linnea … FWIW, my nurse daughter said that sort of clot is not unusual and with good care, they’re manageable – Lord let it be so for Linnea’s husband

    God keep

  5. Linnea says:

    em…thank you! Encouraging advice from your daughter…I’ll take it to heart 🙂

  6. Michael says:


    I also checked with the resident nurse and she said to make sure they are cleaning adding Heparin (a blood thinner) at the end of the treatment through the port.
    As Em, said, this is not unusual and is manageable.
    Praying for you, my friend.

  7. Linnea says:

    Thank you– the scary thing about this clot was it ran the length of his arm, into his neck and into his heart, with a wobbly part just above the heart. They were concerned it would break off and go into his lungs or brain. His arm swelled up like an over-stuffed sausage– I told him he had developed big guns without weight lifting! They removed the port and now he’s electing to do oral (pill) chemotherapy. I’m ready for life to settle down a little!

  8. j2theperson says:

    Yikes Linnea. That’s scary. My husband and my father in law have both experienced blood clots–though not chemo related–so I have some idea of how upsetting that must be. I will keep you both in my p

  9. j2theperson says:


  10. Linnea says:

    Thank you so much, j2

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Discover more from Phoenix Preacher

Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.

Continue reading