Friday, July 04, 2008

The Biagi Family



A while back, I posted for you about our Children's Ministry friend, Rob Biagi. Shortly after a concert at our church, his teensy and adorable daughter, Natalie was diagnosed with Leukemia. (Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia)

Yesterday, I received an email breaking the news that Rob now has an unrelated form of Leukemia (Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia). My heart just aches for their family, and though I know that God will prevail in this, it frankly just infuriates me. Stupid satan.

Please, join me in prayer for Rob, his daughters Natalie & Julie, his son Matt, and his wife Kathleen. Let's just pray a wall of protection around this little family of God's so the Enemy can't gain one more inch of ground.

To God be the Glory!

For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
Ephesians 6:12


15 comments:

care-in said...

This must be so devastating. I will be praying for them.

Teri said...

Heavenly Father, be this families source right now. I ask that you would move over this family with power right now. Father, keep them in your hand and help them to feel that you are near in a tangible way. God move over every cell in Rob's body and in his precious daughters body. Complete your healing in them in Jesus name.

Cindy-Still His Girl said...

Oh my goodness! I hadn't heard that about his daughter! And now Rob, too? How heartbreaking. Thank you for letting us know! I will definitely be praying.

Stupid satan is right.

Jenn said...

I have been praying for Natalie and her family. What sad and hard to comprehend news. I will begin praying for Rob. Please keep us posted.

mer@lifeat7000feet said...

I will be praying.

The Daily "B" said...

I can't imagine the heartbreak, I'll be praying for them.

Gretchen said...

Well, that news just sucks. I'll add them to my prayers. You're right about one thing--God will prevail. We may not see it, but He will. Hugs, Amber.

Jenster said...

Oh. I'm so sorry to hear this. They will be in my prayers.

Alana said...

I will pray. I know God can bring a great testimony from this, but it is very heartbreaking to hear.

Fran said...

I got an email too and was just stunned!! Keeping them all in my prayers. Thanks for bringing this out to our amazing blogging community.

Hugs and blessings~
Fran

Halfmoon Girl said...

I'm not familiar with this family, but that doesn't matter- still sad news. I will pray for them!

Mama P said...

Okay, that is sad. Really sad.

ibdawnk said...

I will pray right now and add them to this week's kitchen time prayer list.

Gotta GROW with it said...

maybe its age but i am so antsy for heaven. i know though that seeing anyone suffer...especially a little one is unbearable. the silver lining in this rough situation is the tenderness between dad and daughter in completely understanding each others trial. i would wish this on NO ONE. but i am confident that they will experience and know God in a deeper way than i ever imagined. praying for this family today. thanks for sharing.

Genny said...

What a hard situation! I will lift them up in prayer.