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Somebody's Prayin, I Can Feel It. (Re: Jim No Horse, aka Tusco Horse, aka Chemo Sabe, aka Honorary JEDI #222)

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Jim No Horse, aka Tusco Horse, aka Honorary JEDI #222, or as his nurses call him, Chemo Sabe,

asked for prayers this evening.

He said he got a cut on his hand that got infected.

He had Chemo Thursday and now has blood poisoning in his wrist and arm.

He's back in bed & on antibiotics.

I feel like I know him, though we have never met.

Did you see the YouTube video his family and childhood friends posted about him?

Wow!! He has lots of people that care for him & love him.

He's a rich man for having such friends.

Anyway, keep him in your prayers and perhaps we might add others to this thread that need our prayers.

.....................

 

"Somebody's Prayin'"

 

Somebody's prayin, I can feel it

Somebody's prayin' for me

Mighty hands are guiding me

To protect what I can't see

Lord I believe, Lord I believe

That somebody's prayin', for me.

 

Angels are watchin', I can feel it

Angels are watchin' over me

There's many miles ahead 'til I get home

Still I'm safely kept before your thrown

'Cause Lord I believe, Lord I believe

Your angels are watchin' over me.

 

Well, I've walked through barren wilderness

When my pillow was a stone

And I've been through the darkest caverns

Where no light had ever shown.

Still I went on 'cause there was someone

Who was down on their knees

And Lord. I thank you for those people

Prayin' all this time for me.

 

Somebody's prayin', I can feel it

Somebody's prayin' for me

Mighty hands are guiding me

To protect me from what I can't see

Lord I believe, Lord I believe

Somebod's prayin' for me...

 

Lyrics by Dorothy Norwood.

Sung by Ricky Skaggs

 

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Thanks for the heads up Pete, prayers up!

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Thank you....

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As always, you are in my prayers Pard.

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God bless you, Jim.

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Prayers up Jim.

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I am in the same boat. I have never met him in person but consider him a friend!

 

Prayers up my friend! A lot of people praying for you!

 

God Bless!

 

Buckaroo Bubba

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Swelling in my arm down somewhat today...antibiotics seem to be working...pray for all who are living with cancer and the numerous maladies that we all live with. Live every day like it is your last. Thanks for all your prayers.....Jim...see you all at EOT...the highlight of my shooting last year...YEEHAW. ..Jim

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Keeping ya in my devotions pard.

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Jim, get up here to Cheyenne Wyoming and shoot Hell On Wheels, June 17th-19th and you can shoot on our dime. Just show up and we'll take care of your match fees and feed you one of the best steaks you've ever tasted. Then you can head down to EOT from here, it's around 600 miles to FR.

 

Assassin

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Assassin...that is one very generous offer. I lived in Steamboat Springs Colorado for 20 years and used to get into Wyoming often. EOT is going to be about all I can handle as I just don't have the endurance to shoot even a full weekend match right now. I will take a rain check on that steak though...lol.. Again...thank you for your generous offer...have heard good things about Hell on Wheels and never expected an invitation. Thank you so much...Jim

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modern medicine is great...when God's hands direct them.

 

prayers for you and all others afflicted

 

cr

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Injury oozing yuck this morning...hand, wrist and arm swelling again. Back to the Doctors for a change of antibiotics I guess. They wanted me in the hospital for IV antibiotics but my last trip to the hospital I caught pneumonia and near died of complications. Think I would rather be home with pills and Netflix....lol....Thanks all for your thoughts and prayers....Jim

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Are you getting any sleep?

How's your pain level?

 

Lord,

Please help Jim get some rest today.

Please take away the pain and heal the infection.

Provide for his finances and give wisdom to his doctors.

Comfort him today and put a hedge of protection around him.

Show him he is loved today.

In Jesus name we pray.

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Anybody know if Jim is in the hospital?

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Staying at home for the time being. Swelling down in all fingers on right hand. Swelling better from elbow to wrist. Now taking old style Sulphur drugs. Yeah antibiotics. Hopefully we got it on the run now....Jim...thanks for the prayers...I can feel them!

 

Any suggestions for Netflix??? Westerns....crime dramas....suspense....???

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Prayers continue pard! The Minion movies will be on my TV tonight. My little ones like their minions!

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Gee Jim....I get into all the older stuff.

Move over darling

State Fair

How to marry a Millionaire

Inspector General....

The Homesman was fairly good...kinda rough, but good.

Missing

Hmmmmm.... you best get healed, by his stripes!!! Amen!

I want a hug in June!!!!

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Lord,

Bless and heal Jim today.

 

 

Jim,

How you doin?

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Standin' up on my Prayer Bones for you, amigo!

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Doing well...hand has a bit of swelling...but pray its gone by Thursday so I can keep my three week chemo schedule on Thursday....makes me sick but it's keeping me alive...God bless all of you for your concern and prayers....Jim aka Chemo Sabe...lol..

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Jim,

How's the swelling in your hand?

Will you have Chemo on Thursday as planned?

 

Jim responded by PM that his hand is still swollen & Chemo moved to next week.

 

Since he didn't respond on here, I guess he is tired of being in the spotlight, but we're in this with him for the long haul, aren't we?

 

I know that when we aren't feeling well, we sometimes get tired of talking about it and want to be left alone. We just want to crawl up in bed and lock the door. I understand.

Jim, just know we are praying for you every day.

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I Need You More...

More Than Yesterday...

I Need You Lord...

More Than Words Can Say...

 

 

"I Need You More" sung by Lindell Cooley

i need you more

more than yesterday

i need you lord

more than words can say

i need you more

than ever before

i need you lord

i need you lord

 

more than the air i breathe

more than the song i sing

more than the next heartbeat

more than anything

and lord as time goes by

ill be by your side

cause i never want to go back

to my old life

 

right here in your presence

is where i belong

this old broken heart

has finally found a home

and ill never be alone

 

.

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Jim,

How is your hand?

How are you feeling?

Will you be able to go to Chemo tomorrow?

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Jim,

When I was going through some health issues, this song meant a lot to me.

 

I knew one day there would be "No More Sorrow, No More Pain" and that God was with me every day.

 

 

"I Will Rise" by Chris Tomlin

 

There's a peace I've come to know

Though my heart and flesh may fail

There's an anchor for my soul

I can say "It is well"

Jesus has overcome

And the grave is overwhelmed

The victory is won

He is risen from the dead

And I will rise when He calls my name

No more sorrow, no more pain

I will rise on eagles' wings

Before my God fall on my knees

And rise

I will rise

There's a day that's drawing near

When this darkness breaks to light

And the shadows disappear

And my faith shall be my eyes

Jesus has overcome

And the grave is overwhelmed

The victory is won

He is risen from the dead

And I will rise when He calls my name

No more sorrow, no more pain

I will rise on eagles' wings

Before my God fall on my knees

And rise

I will rise

And I hear the voice of many angels sing,

"Worthy is the Lamb"

And I hear the cry of every longing heart,

"Worthy is the Lamb"

And I hear the voice of many angels sing,

"Worthy is the Lamb"

And I hear the cry of every longing heart,

"Worthy is the Lamb"

And I will rise when He calls my name

No more sorrow, no more pain

I will rise on eagles' wings

Before my God fall on my knees

And rise

I will rise

 

Songwriters: Chris Tomlin / Jesse Reeves / Louie Giglio / Matt Maher

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Wound is dried up...swelling is gone...they will do blood work prior to chemo to check me out...my guess is I am good to go for chemo...but as I have been told...you are not the doctor, cowboy....lol.. Thanks for asking....Jim

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Now by golly that last is a good-to-see-it report!

(Chemo Sabe ... still chuckling about that one!)

Still standin' up on my knees for you, pard!

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You have 16 days to rest and build strength!!!

Let me know when you get to the ranch!!!

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Dang.. So sorry fer not looking into this thread earlier..

 

Prayers up for ya pard..

 

Rance n' Lacey

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