Dying Man’s Daily Journal – Prayers please


I am asking for prayer please for Mrs. Mary Hallett. I have never had the privilege of meeting Mrs. Hallett but from all accounts she is a wonderful lady. Mrs. Hallett is Vi’s, sister’s mother-in-law. Mrs. Hallett has fought the hard battle against cancer, but it is sadly drawing to a close. All treatment options have been exhausted. She is at the point where all the doctors can do is make her comfortable.

Prayers please for the family

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5 Responses to Dying Man’s Daily Journal – Prayers please

  1. Mel says:

    Of course I’ll say prayers–and send positive, peacefilled thoughts.

    It’s a hard moment for everyone, no doubt. A good friend lost her sister’s mother in law this morning as well–a long, hard battle lost to cancer. The comfort is knowing the fight is done and she is at peace with G-d. It does not make them less sad for their own, earthly loss. But it brings them some sense of ‘okay-ness’ to know she can finally rest.

    I pray they find peace in her journey to G-d.

    Mel, thank you for the thoughts and prayers. Mine go straight back to your friend and family

  2. Lenore Diane says:

    Prayers of comfort and peace.

    Thank you

  3. Cat says:

    I’m so sorry to hear this. Prayers and good thoughts for Mrs. Hallett and all who love her.

    Thank you Cat

  4. Janet says:

    Prayers are on the way Mrs. Hallett!

    Please don’t fear.Celebrate your life. Heaven is a wonderful place!Those who have died and came back all have similar stories. They say, ‘it was soooo beautiful’… ‘I’ve never felt so much love and joy!’…. ‘it’s like nothing I’ve ever experienced!’…’I didn’t want to leave!’ Soon Mrs. Hallett you will see your loved ones who have died. They will be there with you and take you to heaven. So please don’t be afraid instead celebrate! You get to say hello to God…face to face!! HOW WONDERFUL THAT WILL BE!

    Hi Janet, I agree with you, it will be an amazing place. It is always as I have siad so very many times hardest on the families, those left behind to carry on.
    Nice to hear from you
    Bill

  5. rangewriter says:

    May she transition peacefully and leave her loved ones filled with love and blessings.

    Thank you

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