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PRAYERS FOR A NON-FMER


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One of my best fishing partners at 9 am tomorrow morning will be entering the operating room in mercy hospital to have open heart surgery to clear nine blockages. This man is like a second father to me, we have traveled everywhere from lake of the woods, to algoma in search of all different sorts of fish both big and small, we have chased roosters through the swampgrass and processed deer together, he also taught me that sometimes the best times with fishing involves no fish at all. I hope to have my friend around for quite some time, please give him a prayer tomorrow at 9 am for best fishes to come!
Thanks to All
Best Fishes
Chris

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Good Luck and God Speed!!!

Here's to fishin many more moons!!

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GET-ER-DONE

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Sorry to hear that Huskieplayer. Hope the surgery goes well, I'll keep your friend in my prayers.

Sounds like we could all be greatful to have more friends like that.

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I hope all goes as well as it can! Speedy recovery and out setting the hook in no time!

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They're good people who know what they are doing. I'll still pray. Good luck to him, and you.

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I too had an older friend who took my friends and I fishing when we had no one else to teach us as kids. I think the Lord will provide the results you wish for, you can add my prayers to the others. Good luck to your friend.

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Fish now, lie about it later!

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Chris,
Here is my prayer for your good friend.

Lord who made the lands and sea
all the animals, birds, and fishes
reach out your healing hands.
Guide this surgery for Chris's friend
so that this friend may continue
to live a full and healthy life,
fullfill your will, and his own wishes.

May God Bless you and thanks so much for sharing.
Catch'n
Dave Hoggard


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huskiesplayer; Everyone needs a friend like you. Your friend is in my prayers for a successful surgery and full recovery. Been there done that two times in the last 22 years.
John 3:16

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Hey Chris,
my prayers are with your friend!

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They were only able to clear 6 of the nine, but so far he is doing good, thank you to all for your prayers and support for him, this is a great website and I appreciate it!
Best Fishes
Chris

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My prayers go out to your friend Chris. I hope everything is going well for him.

Matt

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Chris:

I echo all the beautiful words my fellow FMer's have shared. Add me to the list of those who have called on the Lord for your friend. I too have a man in my life that made a major impact on my life.

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lucky7

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Cris my prayers are with your friend. they can do amazing things nowdays good luck to you and your friend.
Buckhead

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Well the good news is, he came home today, he had to stay longer because of a high temperature, and an irregular heartbeat.
I wanted to thank you all, his wife printed it off and showed it to him in the hospital, I appreciate your warmth and generosity, i tip my hat to all of you.
Best Fishes
Chris

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