Skip to comments.Bret Baierís 5-year-old son Paul undergoing 7th angioplasty; Prayers pour in on Twitter;
Posted on 12/12/2012 8:04:18 PM PST by RedMDer
Our brave 5yr old soldier-Paul-after 2 open heart surgeries is heading into his 7th angioplasty this am-at @childrenshealth-an amazing place...
Update: Baier thankful, posts pic of Paul
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Baiers fellow journalists, and many other Twitter users, are harnessing the power of prayer, and are sending strength and love to Paul Baier and his loving family.
Prayers to this little guy and his loving family. May God be also with his medical team.
Thanks. My better half told me about this. I didn’t know. So, I posted it here.
Bret is one of the good guys.
After having open heart surgery a couple of years ago, I thought I had it rough. After reading this, I have vowed to never complain again. G-d bless this beautiful little boy with a long, pain free, and happy life. May his heart be as strong as his spirit.
Praying here also.
May God bless him.
I didn’t know that and hope that you are well now.
Bret, if you’re reading this.....my 90-year-old dad just got a double by-pass and valve replacement.... and is doing well so far.
It is truly amazing, and a blessing, what the doctors can do, now.
His surgeon said it was divine intervention that the circumstances led him to this with the timing of events. Quite scary, really.
But, he is going to be with us for future days. Telling us stories about his time in the Pacific during WW2, his business propositions, and listening to his Grand-children.
Prayers for Paul Baier
Prayers for Paul.
Yes. Prayers for this little guy and all the others who are in the same place tonight. Prayers for all who will need the same care once Obamacare is in full force.
I never mentioned it, nor did I intend to. The thing is, I have found throughout my life that no matter how hard I think I might have it, there is always someone much worse off than I.
Reading this article about this extraordinary little boy has put things in perspective. Eventually, soon, I hope, I will have a new heart. There is so much to live for, still so much to do. But this child has a whole life ahead of him and to think of what he has already been through is almost unimaginable.
Embrace life every single day. Love with all your heart and soul. Never stop believing in miracles. It’s cliche` I know, but true nonetheless.
Thanks - now I can add little Paul and the Baer family on my prayer list. My dad’s brother is 79 and just went through quadruple bi-pass heart surgery and had a stroke at the front end of that surgery. He’s recovering slowly, but prayer works and God hears the prayers of HIS people.