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Interviewing Author, Pastor, and Caregiver, Robert Morgan

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July 24, 2022 3:30 am

Interviewing Author, Pastor, and Caregiver, Robert Morgan

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July 24, 2022 3:30 am

Drawing upon nearly 50 years as a teaching pastor and 25+ years as a caregiver, Rob Morgan brings a wealth of understanding and experience to today's challenging issues.

Following the death of his wife, Rob candidly shares his thoughts and experiences while anchoring himself and others in the Scripture.  Teaching on the book of Revelation, Rob recently authored THE 50 FINAL EVENTS IN WORLD HISTORY.  In this new book, Rob shares how he draws encouragement from this book that confuses and even frightens so many. 

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That's a RNI CAR E.com/I heart you will as a family waiting for you. You can rest pain was Gratian from receiving resilient caregiver.com. If you will learn more about music hopefully caregiver.com of joint but long-term friend of mine and a friend of this broadcast Robert J. Morgan of prolific author, Bible teacher, speaker and caregiver for many many years to his wife, Katrina, through a very difficult journey. So just recently the last couple years.

Katrina went on to be with the Lord. Robert is continuing on in his work that I wanted just to have a chance to talk with him about what he's doing now. Some things post caregiving his thoughts and his new book, 50 final events in world history. In addition to many other books that you probably heard of and read of the Jordan River rules the Red Sea rules and the love you have to just Barbie Balto favors then sings my soul, because all three of those were so wonderful to have a big him both like you are. So thank you for your diligence in helping people understand God's provision in difficult things difficult times. It also for your love of history and the word of God and the music that the has reflected that for for generations and generations of our church so you bring such a wealth, and I'm grateful to have you here what you like for me to be with you. Our him. You know my erection then sings my soul, I rely on two things every day and that of Scripture and the other is the music that God gives us and not study recently amount personal study, experiment, act 16 and it came to me that when Paul and Silas were with component stocks and they were singing him at midnight they didn't have any words projected on the wall of that prison. They didn't have any handbooks and there have a new and now music by heart to sing praises to God and idea of having lyrics written in our hearts and minds songs that we saying over decades is so very important I'm I'm I am told you if you don't know if I've told you are not one just before my wife passed away when she was not very lucid.

I was lifting her into bed and she started quoting my gracious master and my God assist me to proclaim read through all the earth that brought the glory yeah and it was from Westlake 4000 so we need to rely on the support for God is given to a freestyle that text. This past Sunday a bit of past retired enough so that a couple times of play the PI under the music at church at here in Montana.

And then I jump up and do the service every other Sunday what were waiting on an interim pastor and so forth into Bob text was that particular passage in acts and live the servant out.

It was what did they know, and that would allow them to sing hymns in prison. At midnight, with the feet in stocks beaten its extraordinary test of faith and what that did it permeated into the entire jail and so you have of you have blessed a lot of people with this and I love that the Katrina singing that right there on her deathbed I preached on the same text. This past Sunday in California so I guess the Lord I would say great, but think alike. But there's only one great but I don't hear the other was hosting the show that went through that project, I thought what would they have found and I went through my beauty to the 150 Psalms which would've been there and I thought which one of the most appropriate and I can't remember now the number that but one of them says we were in darkness.

We prayed the Lord sent an earthquake. I mean, it was almost exactly what happened and I wondered if that was the Psalm from the Psalms of David that they were singing, but we all neatly internalized and they got Katrina and I you know when she couldn't sleep at night she would just have the device play play her favorite hymns and sometimes those hymns played all night long so so that we can't lose the him then sings my soul is is a set of three books that deal with that.

But they help me every day will I wanted to ask you before we get into some of the things I wanted to get out of your way.

I had a long-standing theory and it is only a theory to me because I have lived you have. I haven't that caregiving the trauma and the challenges for caregivers doesn't end at the cemetery that it takes a while to process what is happened to us through this journey and it depends on the length of the caregiving during the intensity of, and so forth. But it's it's something that ultimately kickers like okay well just get mama to Jesus that I'll be okay, but not okay. It takes a while. That's my theory. Would you would you comment on it does take a while and there are three important aspects to it. One is that as we go through the caregiving process with someone not going to recover on this earth, and there is anticipatory grief. We grieve in a sense, even if were not aware that that we are losing this person and when the actual moment comes when they go to heaven. A lot of our grieving has been done and that may leave us confused when my wife went to heaven. There was this sense of relief and release for her that I was glad and then there was a sense of relief and relief for me that I felt guilty about and and I had to realize that I shouldn't feel guilty about it, but the anticipatory grief can help soften the process but there's gotta be something else going on in your life. Parallel to that because if you're whole line is devoted to caregiving and you haven't developed any other hobbies or ministries or pursuit, then you are absolutely lost and what to do and in my case I just been able to continue my ministry of writing and teaching which are due mainly out of out of my home here and I had a granddaughter who when I went, speaking engagements, which they with my with my wife that I had something then to do afterwards so I wasn't sitting at home trying to rebuild from scratch, so I think being a caregiver just like you have a ministry that parallels you're taking care of Gracie having something in our lives that occupies us and diverge sense and brings fulfillment to us. In addition to character is very important. It may simply be a crime ministry or it could be a ministry in the local church or court. A group of friends that you do things with her pickle ball that you play or something like that but you need to have something so that when that moment comes in. The person is is released to the Lord.

Then you you you have something to occupy your attention and then I just found it.

I had to forgive myself for not being a better I would think back of all of the moment when I didn't do as well as I should and I just had a Lord forgive me if I could go through this again I would do better at it and I met with an aspect of it. So there's there's a lot of different adjustments that we have to make emotionally imposter the time when God releases us from that responsibility that is clinically meaningful to hear because this is something I have spent a lot of time talking with Phil caregivers about encouraging them to not wait to build their life, but to build their life now even whatever limited capacity. You can is a caregiver and granite you have responsibilities and you can't commit no is much time and resources. Maybe you'd like but but do something like you said to something I have enjoyed your books. I've enjoyed your ministry and and you and I have developed a friendship over the years and you your writing.

Now it just continues to take on this deeper and deeper texture. How much do you. This may not be a fair question. Robson correct me if I'm wrong, but how much do you attribute to the some of the angst that you work through as a caregiver on how you approach Scripture and in writing, and so forth. While a great deal of it and not just caregiving but all of the troubles of life. I've got three children and 16 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren and there is always something going on that is distraction.

There are no functional families have decided Katrina and I were married I thought were going to have a functional family with no problems and no issues and and that it just a map in that way.

And then there are other issues in life, you know whether our finances or are helpful something negative that happens in our church lifework or some other close group that were affiliated with and and all of these things drive steeper and the Scripture and not been dealing with a very difficult issue in the past couple weeks. It is just driven me deeper and the Scripture. And just yesterday I found a verse unspoken and then California for Philip the Corsica Kendrick church and you gave me a little book. Written and and the first is called emergency rations minutes for emergency times and first installment was here I am. Let them do and I said, Lord, here I am to you never found that more was Robert Morgan, Robert J Morgan.com Robert J Morgan.com because the Bible teacher journeyed a long time displaying finding ourselves in this case will be what you want to miss more of what he's got to say this is as caregivers we have so many things that hit us all the time and we can't always nail these things down by ourselves. Who helps you what does that look like a Peter Rosenberg and I wanted to you about a program but a part of.

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Bible teacher, speaker, and the grandfather of 16 that I did not know love this 16 that's scored a number well some of them are biological summers Are Adopted and Family. Don't Know Where That Came from That out. But We Love Them All. Love Them. Indeed, and He's Also Been a Caregiver for He Secured for His Wife, Katrina for over 25 Years through MS and He Has a Wealth of Information You Talk about the Laissez with Rob When You When You Have These Things in Life That That Confront You Because You Have a Very Large Family and You Have Challenges Iguana Not Just with with What You Would Katrina with Throughput, but the Extended Family and so Forth. There's Always Something That Is a Pastor for Many Many Years. You Were Elbows Deep into Other People's Heartache and It Would Drive You to Scripture. I Also Have Another Working Series I like for You to Expand on This. Would Your Preaching When You're Writing How Much of This. Do You Feel That Your Preaching to Yourself, You Know That the Left One My Favorite Stories of Scripture's David, It Is Cyclic When He Encouraged Himself in the Lord When There Was Everything Was against That Point. Do You Do You Feel That Way When You Approach a Sermon Approachable Approach a Pulpit of Does That Does That Resonate with You Absolutely. I've Often Said That on All of My Sermon from Self-Medicating and Just Align Other People at the Man.

What I Do and I Was Taught This Peter When I Was 19 and 20 Years of Age and Ruth Graham Milligrams. Luckily Instrument Want to Check That I Have a Journal and Every Morning I Get up, I'll Put the Date and I'll Look What Going on in My Life Just Might Be a Paragraph. I Don't Write a Whole Lot Usually and Then Where I'm Picking up My Bible Study and I Have a Wide Margin Bible Study Now.

Ruth Had a Wide Margin Bible Study. She Also Would Go out and Buy Cigarette and She Didn't Use It to Roll Cigarettes but She Found That She Could It with Her Finger to Her Mouth and Get a Little Moisture That Would Adhere to Her Wide Margin Thing Ever More Space to Write That You Try to Picture Her Buying Cigarette Paper. This Is for You or Billy Well at Any Rate, I Study and Am an Owl. No One Ever Speaks to Me That Day I'll Jot down in My Journal.

And If I Am Particularly Troubled As I Have Been the Last Couple Weeks.

I May Just Spend an Hour or Two or Three Going to Scripture Finding Those Promises Writing Them out Rotting out My Prayers and at Any Rate, Whether It My Regular Pattern, or Whether in Distress and in Doing a Little Bit More about Try to Have Therapy through Journaling and Bible Study. All Ends up in Boston and I Often Say That My and I Think This Is True for A Lot Of Us That Our Sermons and Our Books Are Overflow with Ministry Must Always Be a and That's Why I've Been a Pastor for 45 Years, and I've Never Burned out Because Ministry of His Overflow and Soak. So We Take the Scriptures They Speak to Us a Critical Moment and Lively Study Exposition Way through Books, but I'm Going to Look into and That's Why Was Then Asked 16 Because of the Background for Philippians and I'm Preaching a Series of Sermons on My Podcast Called Whatever Happened Because Paul Said Whatever Happened Conduct Yourselves in a Manner Worthy of the Gospel of Christ. But It's All Coming Out Of My Own Bible Study Found Very Personal Time with the Lord. And If You Don't Do That. I Just Don't Let Your Ministry like That Certain Authenticity. I Agreed and for Me, Go Back to What We Said in the Last Block Sitting on the Piano and Playing These Hymns Has Also Been Such a Huge Part of My Own Journey Because I Found That These Hymn Writers Were Saying Things That I Was Feeling, but I Just Didn't Have the Words Forward and It Would and Could Be Back in Scripture and an III Never Cease to Be Amazed at the Treasure Trove That Were Ignoring in Our Church.

I Was Talking to a Friend of Mine the Other Day Very Much Involved in the North American Mission Board so the Becks Convention and Said I Wanted to Ask You a Question That I Think I Know the Answer but I Would Ask You See What You Think. What Is the One of the Weakest Issues You're Facing across the Denomination and That You're Sitting in. He Said Biblical Illiteracy and That's a Sad Commentary Is That We We Have Access to Vast Resources but Were Biblically Illiterate and We Don't Realize What's in There That Is That Is Yeah a Transformative Force. Our Churches All Made out to Be Miniature Seminaries in Which We Are Teaching Everyone from the Children up Biblical Truth, but Going Back to What You're Saying about a Him or Him As It Is a Miniature Bible Study Set to Music and Intended to Be Some and You Know There's A Lot Of Great New Music and Gracie Got Some You Know, We All Need You Fresh Music but Every Generation Is Always Saying You Music While Retaining the Best of the Old and I Don't Know What Sort of outside Churches Today, but This Whole Aspect of What I Call Blended Our Anger Will Worship As Needed, but We Needed in Our Own Life to so I Have Us Modify List of My Favorite Him and When I Get up in the Morning.

A Lot Of Times Mom in the Shower and Getting Ready for That Output on Those Hymns and It Prepares Me Them to Sit down after I'm Dressed up My Best Can Have My Devotion and That Gives Me the Strength for the Rest of the Day and If I Is My Spiritual Stamina Falters in the Face of the Discouragement That I Just Go Right Back to the Bible about My Journal. And I've Done This for Years and If There's Any Entity Thing Worth Reading. And What I've Written. It Usually Has Come Out Of Those Experiences. I Am Pushing This This Wonderful Congregation Things Graciously Led Me to Be There Music Minister and I Am Pushing Them to to Learn These over Hymns Nobody's Really Played before and I Think Part of It Is Rubbish That People Equated with Being Old-Fashioned in Their Played Old-Fashioned Leave If That's a Word and I Try to Play Them with the Little Bit More Passion Than a Little Bit More Updated Cords and Things Such As That and Then Slow, Certain Parts of It down to Emphasize That Text and I Am Still in the. The What Happens to People When They Hear This Is Almost What They're Hearing Them for the First Time and This Is a Huge Part of My Life and Apply the Blood on the Program Here I Have a Keyboard Hooked up. No You Play Name That Tune Which Had a Fish and and I'll Just Pick out a Text That Did Were Talking about from Scripture.

Just so These All These Hymns That Reflect That. And I Agree with That. Let Me We Got a Little Bit More Time You Want to Transition You Got a New Book out You. You've Written 40 Books Now and There Are Just All Amazing and the Newest One Is Called the Final 50 Events in World History Final 50 Events in World History That It What What Prompted This Other Than Just See the Date the News Every Day. What Prompted Us Well. My Study of the Book of Revelation 50 Final Event in World History. The Book of Revelation. Peter Is Full of Information per Our Generation. The Very First Verse Says This Is the Revelation Which God Gave to His Son Jesus to Give True Servants to Show Them What Must Soon Take Place and We Were Talking about Biblical Illiteracy and Many Not Just Average Christians and Average Churches That Many Average Pastors Are Afraid to Go near the Revelation and It Really Is a Very Simple but They Just Lays out Chronologically, Beginning with Chapter 4 What's Going to Happen during the Final Seven Years Leading up the Return of Christ, and I Think That I've Explained That in the 50 Final Events in World History Simply Enough for Middle School Work to Understand the Book of Revelation and Is Not a Frightening but It Is the Most Hopeful Book in the Bible, the Book Towards Which All of the Other 65 Books Come I Mean Everything in the Bible Is Preparing for This Book of Revelation, and It's All of Judgment against Evil.

We Say Why Does All of This People Take Place Well Is Not Going to Take Place Forever. It's Going to Be Judged and Dealt with It. Look Angel: It Will Hold. It Is Full of the Majesty of Christ the Way He Is Presented in Revelation, Complete the Biblical Portrait Option and It's Full of of Information That We Need to Know As We Watch the News on and That Process the Headlines. It's Full of Information about Happen and about Our Union. It Gives Me Incredible Visualization Where Katrina Is Right Now That Comforts Me so Much so so I Wrote the Final Events in World History Because I Just Want People to Not Be Afraid, but Rather to Really Understand and Exalt in This Wonderful Concluding Book of the Bible Was Actually Thinking about This Yesterday When You Tell Me about This Book and Then I Heard on the News You Couldn't Is Leaving Russia to Go and Meet with Him Ran in Turkey.

That Is Not Insignificant. Biblically, Not Yacht out and I Want It and I Think That Much of the News and You Can Start Seeing the Sick, and I Want to Talk about This When Combat Women Take a Quick Break and Want to Hear Your Thoughts on This Because When You Start Seeing These Things on the News. Armand Should Immediately Go to the Scripture Have To Say about Scripture Have To Say That This Is Again Pushing That Biblical Literacy Is. I Want You to Unpack That Little Bit of Today's Events. If You Don't Mind We Get One More Signal to Go the Speed Rosenberger.

This Is Hope for the Caregiver Was Talking with Robert Morgan Leveraging Morgan.Com like You Get a Copy of This Book. I Think You Will Find It Not Only Meaningful to You from a Teaching Standpoint, but You Also Understand He's One of You Would've Me One of Us Is Caregivers.

He's No Sisterly so It's Going Color Everything Right Will Be Right Back. So the Importance of the Support Team. Her Life after Losing Both Legs. She Had This Vision of Creating an Organization That Would Help Others Do the Very Same Thing While Pointing Them to Christ and for More Than 17 Years We Been Doing Just That We Purchase Supplies.

We Send Equipment and We Train Recent Teams over to West Africa Would Be Working with the Country of Ghana. Several Clinics over There Now and Each Week More People Walk Because of Gracie's Vision 2011. We Watched the New Program Outreach to Family Caregivers. Drawing on My Mail 36+ Years As Gracie's Caregiver through Medical Nightmare for Insights of Learned All of It the Hard Way to Fellow Caregivers to Help Them Stay Strong and Healthy Will Take Care Of Some Is Not. You Would Be Part of This Go out to Stand with Soap.com/Giving Stayed with the Calm/Giving Stayed with Hope and Those without.com/Giving. We and This Is Gracie with Restive See a Passage of Scripture That I Think You Know Very Well Rub and Lean on Quite Extensively That the Joy of the Lord Is Our Strength and 12. Pierce Wrote That Song in and I Was like Something I Thought You Don't like to Hear Gracie Take a Whack at This and Do It As a Duet with Russ Taft and so We Worked That out and It Was the Last Thing We Recorded There in Nashville before Me and We Moved out to Montana and I Just Just Love That Text and I Felt like It Needed to Have That Exuberance.

She and Russ Brought to It Was A Lot Of Fun to Do It. We Were Talking about Rob's New Book and It Is Really Ripped from the Headlock. Since A Lot Of Things the the 50 Final Events in World History Adjustments for Go to the Break about See in the News. Just Yesterday Were Put in after after Bun Comes Back over to Saudi Arabia and I'm Not Quite Sure What All Was Accomplished There but Putin Is Going to Meet with Iranian the Is a Canadian Arete and Ran an Educated in Turkey and Those Things Are Not Biblically Meaningless.

Those Things Have Great Texture of What's Going on and We Can in Inner World Date Spiritually and Geopolitically. And so I'd like for You to Just Talk a Little Bit about That As You See These Things Unfolding Rapidly in Front of Us. Robert on This.

In This Moment Yes Clear Well and Moderate for 50 Final Event in World History. I Have Several Articles in the Appendix and One of Them Is from Ezekiel 38 and 39 the Battle of Gog and Magog, and the Battle of Armageddon and It Talks about the Alliance from the North of Israel and If You Draw a Line Straight up from Israel. You Know You Have Turkey You Have Ukraine You Have Russia and Then of Course Countries That Make up Ancient Babylon and Persia Who Destroyed Israel in the past That the Day Arrived in around You Have North Africa Which Is Becoming an Entire Area of Failed Muslim States, and so You and Then You Have Europe Dependent upon Russian Oil. You Have All of the Things That Really Do Sound Very Much like the Scenario That We Read about Leading up to the Battle of Armageddon. And so I Deal with Got Some Bad Especially in the Appendix. The Overall Outline of Revelation Is so Simple.

Chapter 1 Is an Introductory Chapter Chapters 2 and Three Were Messages Given Short Messages by Christ to the Seven Churches Who Were the Original Recipients of This Material so They Would Be Strong and out to Receive It and Pass It on to Others and Then Chapters 4 through 18. Describe What We Call the Tribulation and in Chapter 19 Jesus Comes Again in Chapter 20 Sets up His Kingdom and Chapters 21 and 22 Are the Best Travel Guide to the New Heavens and New Earth in the City of New Jerusalem Is Electrified and That's Very Meaningful to Me with My Wife, Katrina As She Was Literally As She Was Dying. I Leaned over and Whispered in Her Ear. She Was Already. You Know, Her Eyes Were Closed, but She Was Still Breathing, and I Knew She Could Hear My and I Said You Gone to Sleep in in the Morning You and I Will Take a Walk Together along the Crystal River and I Made a Date with Her Based on the Reality of Revelation Chapter 22 Verses One through Four and That Gives Us a Picture of the Very Center of New Jerusalem, Where the Throne Is and from beneath the Throne As the Great River That Irrigates All of the City of New Jerusalem, with Its Tributaries. The Streets There Is the Tree of Life Park I Mannitol Described in Wonderful Detail and I Think It Is Given to Us That Way to Allow Us to Envision and Our Hearts As Much As We Humanly Can Find a Eternity Is Really like, so, so This Book Thankful so Important for Us in This Day and Age to Understand the Structure of the Sequence of Events under Special Final Concluding Description of Heaven. And That's Only Found in the Book of Revelation.

I Want to Take Just a Moment to Speak Directly to the Audience Here.

If You'll Indulge Me Rub.

I've Read Quite A Few of Rob's Books and He Writes from the Heart of the Pastor, Any Rights Away That We Don't Have To Be Seminarians to Figure This out. He Wants to Sit down and Explain and Show It Very Patiently in a Way That Makes Great Sense Just It at Our Pace, We Don't Have To Understand You to All These Different Hermeneutical Type Tools and Everything Else He's Put the Labor into This so That He Could Do This and He Does It with the Heart of the Pastor and I Would Highly Encourage You to Get a Copy of This Book and Others of His That You're Going to See That Common Language of Somebody Who Was Walk through Painful Things Very, Very Hard Things and yet He Has Discovered the Provisions and Faithfulness of God Extend Far beyond Even Those Things and He Has Faced Death, He Faced a Long Sickness and Other Issues That He's Done and He's Lived to Preach about in That Extraordinary. So Thank You Both Wanted Just Make Sure People Were Attracted with This Rub.

So Thank You for That Moment Just to Let Me Indulge Lead Me on That Because You You Have Been Very Very Instrumental in My Life, Personal and Been Such an Encouragement and I Agree with You over the Loss That You've Had. I I Share the Journey That You've Had, but at the Same Time a Look at You with with Great Gratitude and Amazement That You've Walked through These Things and You Have Processed This in Such a Profound Way in Your Teaching and Your Writing Just Continues to Become Deeper and Deeper and Deeper Water. The Last. This Audience Filled with People Who Suffer and Take It That They Watch Suffering and They Suffer Themselves.

What Are Your Last Thoughts in the Last Minute or Two We Have Here Is Just to Share with Them to Encourage Them Well, Though I Walk through the Valley of the Shadow of Death I Will Care No Evil for Thou Art with the Cultivation of the Sense of God's Presence. I Have a Book Called Always near on Recognizing and Cultivating the Presence of God in Your Life Is so Critical Because We Don't Have To Handle This Alone That We Need Other People and We Need Support from Human Beings, but We Especially Need the Support of Our Heavenly Father. The Sport of Jesus Who Said I Will Never Leave You or Forsake You. And There Been Times When I Just Wanted to Go on to Heaven.

But the Lord Is Always Revived My Heart through His Word and Never Allowed the Hope to Get so Low That It Can't Be Rekindled Again so the Cultivation of the Presence of God, Especially through Prayer, His Word and As You Said the Great Hymns of the Faith Is We Need to Take Time for Ourselves Every Day to Work on Those Things and Then Out Of the Strength of That We Can Do What God Calls Us to Do Well Said.

I Want to See Him.

Always Do Humans on This Program and We the Minutes of What Is One That Just Pops in Your Mind Today. As We Close the Sale of Interesting. Because Most People Will Not Know This Song and I Barely Remember When Katrina but I Saw That She Was Going down Very Quickly When Not I Got Her in Bed. I Was Troubled When out by the Patio and I Was Just Sitting There in the Darkness Thinking in an Old Song Came to Me That I'd Heard As a Child and I Looked It up Because We Can Do That Non-Arab Phones and Says I Trust in God Where Ever I May Be upon the Land on the Rolling C4 Come What May, from Day to Day.

My Heavenly Father Watches over Me and I Don't Even Know If You Know That Song but and I Don't Know A Lot about That, but It Was so Comforting It Stayed with Me. Amen. I Looked It up, up, down, Several Urgent Job Which Point Other Thing It and I Listen to It Again Last Night and Sometimes I Just Sing It. I Trust in God Wherever I May Be upon the Land or on the Rolling C4 Come What May, from Day to Day. My Heavenly Father Watches over Me so That Maybe One You You Would like to Look up and Listen to That Was Been a Comfort to Me during Some Difficult Time.

I Will Leave You with This Picture. Grace Was in Surgery in Denver Earlier This Year for Very Very Big Surgery and She Was Intubated and She Hates Being Intubated and She Was Terribly Afraid of It and She Asked Me for Hand You Don't, Please Be with Ruth That Happened She Was in Favor for Day She Was Unconscious. Following the Surgery That They Woke Her up. She Had Stay Intubated for Several Hours before They Could Take out to Make Sure She Stable and I Called Johnny Erickson Taught a Grace Was Really Distress You Could Just Tell She Was Just Wild out in Panic and I Called Her up and Johnny Face Time with Me and I Held the Phone over Gracie's Face Six a Grace He Can Look up and Looking Johnny Says and Johnny Looked at Gracie.

She Said Gracie Look at Me and Yes I'm Listening and You Harmonize with Me and Johnny Saying God Will Take Care Of You and Gracie Harmonizing Her Mind with This Study Did. That Is, Is That That's a Picture Is Sure. That Song and Help Me That Thong Helpmate so Many Times Sure Have Robert J Morgan, Robert J Morgan.com Rob, I Want to Know How Much I Appreciate You Spending Time with Me Today. Thank You so Much for Being a Part of This Dispute. Rosenberger Hope for the Caregiver. Hopefully Caregiving.com Will See That


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