Your blessings count.

Mercy believes blessings are all around us, and wants to be a blessing to all those who come to us for care. We invite you to reflect on your own blessings and be encouraged by the blessings of others here…just click on a snowflake or use the link below.

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I’m thankful for...

I am thankful for God being with my wife, family, and me since my wife’s diagnosed glioblastoma multifirme grade I’ve.
We have placed our lives into God’s hands. Since beginning this journey I see God’s loving guidance through this maze.
“And we know that all things work together for the good of those who love the Lord and are called according to God’s purpose,” Romans 8:28

Steve D
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Waking up and having another day of life to spend with family and friends.

Terrible Roberts
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Waking up and having another day of life to spend with family and friends.

Terrible Roberts
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Waking up and having another day of life to spend with family and friends.

Terrible Roberts
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Waking up and having another day of life to spend with family and friends.

Terrible Roberts
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Waking up and having another day of life to spend with family and friends.

Terrible Roberts
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Waking up and having another day of life to spend with family and friends.

Terrible Roberts
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Waking up and having another day of life to spend with family and friends.

Terrible Roberts
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Having learned the truth about our suffering and the good news that our powerful creator will do away with all our suffering the ancient book called the word of God out the Bible promised in Isaiah 33:24 that “no resident will sayI’m sick… that also was promised in revelation 21:3,4 were it pl ainly states wwhith that I heard a loud voice from the throne say: ” Look !
The tent of God is with mankind, and he will reside with them , and they will be his people . And God himself will be with them. 4 And he will wipe out every tear from our eyes and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.The former things have passed away. Vers 5 states and the One seated on the throne said: “Look! I’m making all things new write these things are faithful and true

What a beautiful promise from the one who mad everything for our enjoyment so ask yourself if God promis d all these blessings why do we suffer today we’re does it come from is God responsible for it is it a test of our faith? Or is some one more sinister behind all our suffering if he is why”? What’s it All about? How do you fit in the equation Of. A Universal disagreement between two powerful entities? I f you would like to know the answer you can do your own research by logging on to a unique website and have your own life’s questions answered by logging on to JW
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Love all of you and God ‘ Blessings on your own research finding your own answers to your deep spiritual life’s questions

Antonietta pellegrino
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My mom coming home safely every day when she gets her knee surgery

Rebekah Smith
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My son drove home from the lake on his own for the first time and he made it safe and sound! ❤️

Cara
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God has alowed me to build wooden toys and give them away to abused children throughout Oklahoma. To meet such great people that impact so many young lives is a tremendous blessing. We call it Good Samaritan Toys. Feel free to contact us. Our phone number is on Facebook. My God always smile on on these beautiful people who care for these children day after day.

Glenn
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I’m thankful for the power of prayer and my God who is faithful!

Dalelisa
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God has blessed me in so many ways, including 2 Daugherty, 2 son-in-laws, and 2 grand sugar Daugherty.

Beverly
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I’m thankful to the ambulance got me to the hospital quickly,
I’m thankful for the neurologist who give me TPA that cleared the blood clot in my brain.
I’m grateful to be alive.
I’m grateful for having the two most wonderful children,
I’m grateful I’m marrying such a beautiful and caring woman.

Fabian Marta
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I am thankful for my mom who almost died. She is sometimes annoying but I love her a lot!!!

Landon Boyer
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Having the grandma i do and i pray that she gets the care she deserves here at the hospital and to keep her up and moving forward on life…….

Jake and Grandma
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Having the grandma i do and i pray that she gets the care she deserves here at the hospital and to keep her up and moving forward on life…….

Jacob Hedrick
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Thankful for my sons who are 14 years old they are my heart they are healthy and strong funny and smart. Thanks to God for all I have

terri mckeon
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For Mercy Hospital, the doctors and the staff are amazing. When I got here last week I was really sick with a perforated colon from Crohn’s disease I’ve been dealing with this disease for years but I’m fortunately since I couldn’t afford insurance I was never able to get a diagnosis I still have a long way to go disease is not something that can be cured but it can be managed and for me having a diagnosis is huge.Not one time did you have the staff to make me feel like I didn’t deserve the same amount of care for someone that had insurance thank you so much to all of the doctors and the nurses for saving my life and giving me a chance to get this disease and a control when God puts his hands to work he really let you see how everyone that he put in our paths are a blessing

Christie
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