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Pray for Bob

posted by xscot mcknight

Well, the last few days have been rough…he’s felt worse each day instead of better. He hasn’t been sleeping at night because of pain, and has been going into atrial fibrillation quite a bit. He was most miserable today at noon, and could hardly stay awake to see the kids. But after a nap and some different medications, he really perked up ( and not just to watch football!). He finally walked down to the computer, and read some emails you all have sent, which was good for him. hopefully the tube in his ribs will come out tonight, and the a-fib will calm down so tomorrow will be quite a bit better.
Please also pray for Bob’s roommate, who is here, alone, from California and also having a slow recovery. He’s a few years younger than Bob and talked with Trey quite a while about planes (he’s in the Navy). He told Trey he needs to learn to take orders and listen if he wants to be a leader and a pilot some day…hopefully Trey will remember that and not just all the info he got on the Blue Angels!!



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Dana

posted October 1, 2006 at 9:29 pm


Father a simple prayer for Bob, Your strength can bring to his family and to others, what they need, and to Bob, what he needs. Our prayer is to help, when and where we can, and to pray, and continue to pray, for we believe in our hearts that You not only hear our prayers, but honor the committment of the bent knee and the bowed head. Jesus Your glory can shine in so many ways, and we thank You for Bob making progress as he is, for You are the grand physician, mend our brother that the Body may rejoice once again. We Praiser Your Holy name Jesus for allowing us the high honor and privledge of being able to lift this petition before Your awesome throne of Grace. In Your name Jesus we ask it – Amen



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Bob Robinson

posted October 3, 2006 at 7:55 pm


Thanks Dana, for that heart-touching (pun intended!) prayer.
Thanks to everyone who have been e-mailing and calling and leaving notes on TheStatus.com
I feel pretty good tonight (Wed. Oct 3), and hope to go home soon. They need to make my blood thin enough before beign discharged (on both Heparin and Coumadin – they will drop the Heparin tomorrow).
Please continue to pray. Six weeks to recover from the trauma of cutting my sternum open, several months of Cardiac Rehab to come!



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