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I've been exposed to COVID and I am waiting for my test results. Currently I feel fine. My niece Amanda, her husband Joe and the two kiddos all got it. Its bad, but not bad enough to go to the hospital. Please pray for us. We are set to close on our house Dec 30/31st and we are hoping this will not jeopardize our closing date. It's a struggle financially since Joe doesn't get paid while he is out of work. We all are trying to stay positive, but a few prayers sent our way would be appreciated.

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Hello Tbird! I just finished praying for you and your family. You are going to be just fine. I know this for a fact because Isaiah 54:17 states that "No weapon that is formed against thee shall prospe

I tested negative.

I will mention this as to prayers when we have our church Zoom prayer meeting tomorrow Tbird, and will begin praying for all of you and anyone here who has been affected by the Covid..and praising God

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Great News!!! It's not over, though. You/we have to be diligent. Keep at home as much as possible and social distance if you have to interact with people. People with compromised immune systems have to be super careful.

Hope that vaccine works!

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I will mention this as to prayers when we have our church Zoom prayer meeting tomorrow Tbird, and will begin praying for all of you and anyone here who has been affected by the Covid..and praising God for all who have not been affected by it.

I am in the Prayer Warrior group at my church. God hears every prayer!

( And He gave me the wisdom to succeed in my VA claims)

The VA is developing a plan for disbursement of the vaccine, when they get it . When I get more info on that I will post it.






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