Just when you thought that this decade could not get any more heartbreaking … just that happens.
I would venture to guess that everyone reading this has had their own (un)fair share of heartache to deal with over the last few years.
Here is another tragic story that goes to show you that you are not alone. If you can find it in your heart, please take a moment to pray for the Graham family and help Rachel get through this …
The Gateway Pundit reports:
‘Rachel-Ruth Lotz Wright, an evangelist and motivational speaker and the granddaughter of the late evangelist Billy Graham, was rushed to the hospital on Saturday after suffering a heart attack with “no known cause.“
Wright’s mother, evangelist Anne Graham Lotz, shared on her Facebook account on Tuesday saying that her daughter was rushed to the hospital and will be staying for several days to run more tests regarding her sudden heart attack.
Mrs. Lotz shared that her daughter’s condition is very rare and was described as “broken heart syndrome” by one doctor. She added that there is no known cause.’
“Multiple times I have prayed Psalm 73:26 for people who were struggling with heart issues: My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.
I am now driving the stake of my faith down deep into this promise for my daughter, Rachel-Ruth. She was rushed to the hospital on Saturday night with a heart attack, followed by a catheterization. Sunday afternoon, she had a second heart attack, followed by another catheterization. The mystery is that her heart has no blockages which can cause traditional style heart attacks. Hers is a very rare condition one doctor described as a “broken heart syndrome.” There is no known cause.
As I write this she is still in the hospital and will be for several more days as they continue to run tests.”
I am urgently asking you to join my family in praying for Rachel-Ruth. Please pray for her heart to stabilize; for accurate diagnosis and treatment; for the doctor’s supernatural wisdom; for peace and comfort for all of us.
The lead verse in today’s Daily Light from Psalm 103 was very encouraging…Bless the Lord, O my soul…Who redeems your life from destruction, Who crowns you with lovingkindness and tender mercies.’