Monday, February 25, 2013

Can you do this one small thing?

Please pray for the son of Clay and Stacy Sack today.   17-yr old Taylor Sack was moved to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Boston Medical due to a spinal injury. He will be going into surgery today at 12 noon to stabilize his number 5 disk that was broken in a skiing accident Friday at Wachusetts Mountain. The doctors are still not giving them much hope for Taylor to walk again--unless the Lord intervenes he will be paralyzed from the chest down. Last night 17 friends and family gathered around his bed to remove the tiles and lift him before a merciful God to ask for a miracle.
Will you join us?
Request initially posted on Facebook by my friend Karen Low.
Copied here in kindness. 

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Taylor is in our thoughts and prayers - he is in God's hands and, God's will be done.

Aunt Jeanne

Patty Hebert said...

The thing about prayer is, our prayers are always answered.

Anonymous said...

Hope we are not to late. Prayers and good thoughts coming his way "Oh merciful Mary, it is known that you do not turn away any of your children. Please intervene for us to The Lord our God and ask for mercy and love for his child, family and friends. In his name The Lord Jesus Christ"

Patty Hebert said...

Prayers are never too late. Thank you.

jeff noel said...

We pray for our Heavenly Father's wisdom and guidance. For His Grace, Mercy, and NeverEnding Love. For peace and comfort. For Hope. For healing. For blessings we can not yet see nor understand.

Patty Hebert said...

Amen

Patty Hebert said...

Learned from my friend Karen Judd Low: Cindi posted this Taylor Sack Update - Taylor's surgery went well in that they repaired the fractures to the L5 vertebrae. This will keep it from further damaging the spinal cord but it didn't fix the paralysis. So we keep praying for miracles but most of all, that whatever the outcome, God will reveal his perfect plan for Taylor and the Sack family. Thank you all for praying.

tammyheff said...

Prayers for Taylor and his family that they find strength in the days that lie ahead. Miracles happen, we just have to believe.

Patty Hebert said...

Tammy, one truemiracle that is being witnessed is the coming together of multiple communities in support of Taylor and his family. The outpouring of love as we truly do God's Work here on earth.

Patty Hebert said...

Taylor made this post to the Pray for Taylor facebook page:
Hey everyone, so as all of you know I was in a very serious skiing accident that led to to a broken collarbone and 3 fractured collums in my vertebrae. As of right now I am unable to move anything from my chest down. Luckily I do remain to have full movement of my arms and Can occasionally feel mild pressure in my legs. I personally believe that with each and every thought, prayer, and concern we are one step closer to a miracle. I am truelly overwhelmed by the incredible ammount of support I have been receiving and appreciate it more than most of you will ever know. Although I pray every day that God will grant me with the power to never give up and to eventually walk again, I also pray that no matter the outcome of this long difficult journey it bring both my family,friends, and me closer to God.

Patty Hebert said...

Care to send Taylor a card, picture, small gifts, inspiration?

Taylor John Sack
c/o Shepard Center
2020 Peachtree Road
NW Atlanta, GA 30309-1465