Will you please pray for my daughter, she's seven years old and was diagnosed with Leukemia.?

I got the bad news in January. She was having flu symptoms for a few days so I took her to the ER. I found out the very same day that she had cancer. It has been a long road for us. I have a ten year old son also and I am a single mom. God has been so good to us. Ashley is my daughter's name. She had a bone marrow transplant in June and on Sept. 12th. she will have a bone marrow biopsy to see if the Leukemia is cured. I am trusting in God but Satan has been trying to weaken my faith. Please keep my family in prayer. Prayer is what has got us through all of this so far. Thank you and God Bless You All.

36 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    Yes I will.. absolutly! Will do it here if you don't mind

    Jesus we lift this family to you and ask that you lay your hands on the mothers heart and keep her calm and brave durring these hard times she is facing. We also ask that Jesus, please release her daughter of this horrible Lukemia she is going through. As she faces the marrow translplant we ask that you make it successful as you can do anything! In your name Jesus we ask that you heal this family and keep them safe and warm.

    In Jesus name we pray and have faith. Amen

    Beak up girl, your doing great and God bles syou!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Your welcome. I am. When you feel those doubts or start thinking negatively, tell the devil to get out of your lives and say to yourself, "Trust in the Lord." Ask that Lord to sustain you. As you said, you are already blessed because Ashley found a bone marrow match and has gone through the transplant. We pray she is getting stronger every day and that she will have a complete recovery. We pray that you will continue to be strong and have peace. I hope you all have a restful night and many more wonderful tomorrows.

  • 1 decade ago

    Absolutly, and I will spread the word. A mother's love is a very powerful force behind prayer. Remember that we live in a fallen world. God does not afflict us, but he will help us to endure. He will even go further and give you joy again. I got a tumor in my spine at 17yrs old and lost the ability to walk. I am 53 now and have a family. Boy, now a man of 26 and a girl 19. I have been married to a wonderful man 26 years. Keep seeking the good in life or the enemy will always try to get you to focus on the bad. Go outside, close your eyes, and focus on what you hear--the birds, people, etc....life. But you do have to actively look for joy in times like these because it doesn't feel like it's coming to you. It will later, though.

  • ?
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    I'm sorry you and your daughter have to go through that, God is looking out for the both of you, just put everything in God's hand, he has a plan for your daughter. She just maybe an angel in disguise. Man can start a war and take several lives, but they can't find a cure for leukemia. I will pray for the both of you tonight.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Praying.....prayed. I will add you and your daughter to my prayer list. We will pray for you in my Sunday School class tomorrow. May God reach out and touch your daughter and heal her if that be His will. May he strengthen her and give her peace. May He do the same for you. May He provide you with all that you need in your time of trial, and strengthen your faith. May He take away any discomfort that Ashley may be in. May He be with the physicians and all the medical workers who work with Ashley and guide them, giving them wisdom and skill. May He protect you and your family from the temptations and assaults of Satan and his minions.

    Be at peace with God, Sister. He will watch out for you and Ashley, both today and tomorrow, here and for ever after. Be strong and courageous, for I am sure your daughter needs you. Pray with her that God will comfort her, heal her, be with her always. Make sure she knows the Lord if she is able to make such a decision at her age, for none of us know what tomorrow may bring. Let her know that she will not have cancer forever, that she will be healthy again, either here or in heaven.

    This is hard, I am sure, but important for children to understand. Of course you have told her that she is going to get better, and she will. We must believe, have faith, and pray expecting our prayers to be answered. That is what we are told to do. God will answer. Hold on to your faith for dear life, no matter what trials you face.

    God Bless

  • Jeff M
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    My sister was 3 when she was diagnosed with Leukemia. This was back in the 70's, when they didn't know as much about it. She had radiation and kemo, and went in to remission when she was 7. She just got a tumor on her brain from the radiation and had it removed successfully. God helped her, and my family through all that, and He will help you too. I, and my church will be praying for you and your daughter.

  • 1 decade ago

    I definitely will keep you and your family in my prayers.

    Please continue with the attitude that you have. That was wonderful reading the praise that you have for God. Always know that he is there for you. Especially during these circumstances... never give up faith in God. Take care.

  • 1 decade ago

    Most definitely...may I add you to my prayer chain?

    It's ok to have doubts, as well. I take my own doubts to God, and am as honest as I can be with God...it sometimes hurts to have to admit this to Him, I know, but God uses adversity in our lives to build endurance. I'll pray for His peace to consume you more deeply than this crisis...He is Lord!

  • 1 decade ago

    I will add ashley to my prayer list this week,

    God Bless!

  • 1 decade ago

    I had a freind her baby had the same thing .He is cancer free now it all happened so fast for her to. I will Pray for your family.

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