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  1. We are praying so hard for God to heal Shane. Please let us know if you need anything. Brian left Jack a voicemail! God is the great physician keep your faith!

  2. Hi Gail, your family and son are on my prayers..
    Love is the greatest healer, you have a great heart and just by being beside him God will lead your way.
    Adriana Graves

  3. Hi Gail, I was sorry to hear of Shane’s accident. We are all glad to read how well he is recovering. He has a great family there beside him, and an even greater God with him all the way. I will continue to lift Shane and your family up in prayer. Looking forward to reading more good news about his recovery. Please take good care of yourself, too.
    Love and Prayers,
    Andreah Wellman

  4. Hi Gail and family, my prayers are with you during this time. Please remember to also take care of yourselves as well. Your strength is a very needed tool during this difficult time. Christopher Lamb

  5. Gail, I am praying for Shane and know that God will wrap his loving arms around him and care for him and heal him. Monica Gray

  6. Gail and family, we are all praying for you and your son. Please read the following chapter of the Prophet Isaiah………..and find comfort in the word of God:

    Isaiah 53 Easy-to-Read Version (ERV)

    1 Who really believed what we heard? Who saw in it the Lord’S great power?

    2 He was always close to the Lord. He grew up like a young plant, like a root growing in dry ground. There was nothing special or impressive about the way he looked, nothing we could see that would cause us to like him. 3 People made fun of him, and even his friends left him. He was a man who suffered a lot of pain and sickness. We treated him like someone of no importance, like someone people will not even look at but turn away from in disgust.

    4 The fact is, it was our suffering he took on himself; he bore our pain. But we thought that God was punishing him, that God was beating him for something he did. 5 But he was being punished for what we did. He was crushed because of our guilt. He took the punishment we deserved, and this brought us peace. We were healed because of his pain. 6 We had all wandered away like sheep. We had gone our own way. And yet the Lord put all our guilt on him.

    7 He was treated badly, but he never protested. He said nothing, like a lamb being led away to be killed. He was like a sheep that makes no sound as its wool is being cut off. He never opened his mouth to defend himself. 8 He was taken away by force and judged unfairly. The people of his time did not even notice that he was killed. But he was put to death for the sins of his people. 9 He had done no wrong to anyone. He had never even told a lie. But he was buried among the wicked. His tomb was with the rich.

    10 But the Lord was pleased with this humble servant who suffered such pain. Even after giving himself as an offering for sin, he will see his descendants and enjoy a long life. He will succeed in doing what the Lord wanted. 11 After his suffering he will see the light, and he will be satisfied with what he experienced.

    The Lord says, “My servant, who always does what is right, will make his people right with me; he will take away their sins. 12 For this reason, I will treat him as one of my great people. I will give him the rewards of one who wins in battle, and he will share them with his powerful ones. I will do this because he gave his life for the people. He was considered a criminal, but the truth is, he carried away the sins of many. Now he will stand before me and speak for those who have sinned.”

  7. May god and he’s angels give you strength patience,and reassurance thru all of this.
    Our family is praying for Shane’s recovery soon.
    You and your family are in our hearts heart.

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