St. George and the Dragon

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

(If you are having trouble, click here to view the video.)

What I forgot to tie together is that little George is fighting to slay his dragon today, CHD - Congenital Heart Defect. So that's why the story. Please pray for him. His surgery will be sometime around 11:00 am - 1:00 pm. 

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An update: As of Tuesday night, the surgery went well. Thank you for your prayers!


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11 Responses to “St. George and the Dragon”

  1. Courtney, praying in agreement with you for George and his family.

    Also on a lighter note as well about St. George- when I was a teenager (ish) A band named ToTo did a video and song by the same name and it was the first music video I ever did see...the lyrics told the story and intrigued me. That was ancient times as I am very old...lol.

    Nice seeing you speak and praying with you.

    In His Grace, Dawn

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    1. Well now I'm going to have to find that on YouTube! Thanks for sharing and praying, Dawn.

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  2. Praying for little George and his family.

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  3. Oh, Courtney! I have tears and my heart just overflows with prayers for little George and all those surrounding him Please, Lord, show your power through the healing of little George. May all those with him feel your Holy Spirit and may George feel you holding his sweet little hand.

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    1. I know this didn't fit the "fun" theme, but I couldn't think of a better group of women to ask to pray. You've created a powerful community with Soli Deo Gloria, Jen! Thank you :)

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  4. Courtney, praying for this little dragon slayer. May God bring Him healing. Please give us an update when you have info.

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    1. When I checked back in this morning, his mom says he is very stable. So that is great. Thank you for the prayers!

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  5. Thank you for sharing about George. Thank you for encouraging strangers to pray.

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    1. I like how you put that - encouraging strangers to pray. I guess that is what I did. More than anything, this family has been relying on prayer and it has been inspiring to watch that.

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  6. Thank you so much for this post! George is my godson and I so appreciate you getting the word out there about him!I hope you'll check out my blog post of the same title! http://opendoorscloseddoors.wordpress.com/2013/05/02/st-george-and-the-dragon/

    God bless you and keep on praying!
    Amy

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