Nahum 1:7

Fulton Needs Prayer

Perhaps you have heard Fulton has been stricken with pneumonia once again. This is a very scary time. The bad news came out of the blue sky. One day he was fine and two days later he was in the hospital, not fine. He is now in the ICU.

The doctors are testing to discover exactly what infections he has, but they are convinced it’s a mean one. They are giving him oxygen so that his levels will stay as high as they need to be. Obviously, this is an ongoing process. He’s in a lot of pain. As his nurse described, he has “hard breathing issues.” Also, his stomach is extremely distended which is affecting his lungs.

It’s wonderful to be able to lean on you as you lean on Christ. We are believing for a healing miracle! I still think God has more for Fulton to do. Fulton doesn’t want to give up. Scripture says, “The Lord is good, a refuge in time of trouble. He cares about those who trust in Him.” (Nahum 1:7) Please pray, the battle is on! I’ll send you updates to keep you posted. Just know Fulton really needs you!

Update from Fulton’s nurse at 9:30 am this morning:

They’ve weaned down his oxygen a little more. Yesterday he was on 70%, today he’s on 60%. Last night he had a fever of 105°. They gave him Tylenol and his fever went back down. More good news, according to the nurse, he was being picky about what TV show he wanted to watch. He finally landed on ESPN. The nurse thought he’d probably be moved out of the ICU soon. Praise God!

Your Friend,

21 thoughts on “Fulton Needs Prayer

  1. So sorry to hear that Fulton is so sick again. But it was good to hear the good news. I’ll pray with you that he continues to heal.
    Love and prayers to Fulton and you Dawson and the rest of your family.

  2. Great news!!! We will continue to lift him up in prayer. All our love in Christ Bill and Bobi Kollasch

  3. Jesus cover your loved ones with comfort wisdom and strength as they walk through this journey. I lift Fulton into your arms of comfort. I plead the blood 🩸 Jesus Christ over this situation. No weapon formed against us shall prosper.

  4. Praise God for prayers answered… I have been praying for Fulton and will continue to do so and for your family also……John 14:27….Peace I leave with you; my peace i give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid. Love sent also. Jackie Hash

  5. Praying for Fulton and for you guys as you go through this with him. It’s so hard to watch your “child” in pain and not be able to help. Prayers that they’ll get this cleared up soon!

  6. Dawson, I pray for Fulton’s complete healing to God’s glory. I pray that our Lord Christ Jesus continue to use Fulton and his brave story to inspire people. Never give up!

  7. Dear Lord, before we do anything we want to come to praise your name. We thank you for being our God. We thank you for you allowed your only son to die for us, so that we could be redeemed. Thank you for the Holy Spirit. Oh, Lord, we bless you, and praise your Holy name.

    Heavenly Father, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit are invited in this prayer. Dear Lord, thank you for the good news about Fulton. Thank you for all the good care that you have provided for him. Thank you for his loving family. Lord, we pray that total healing will continue to flow through him. We pray that more good news is to come. We thank you for working on his behalf, and the behalf of the family. We thank you are you have shown them so much Grace. Thank you.

    We love you Lord,and we appreciate you! Thank you for allowing us to come to you. It is a privilege to be able to be in your presence. Amen!

  8. Praying for your family…… May the peace, comfort and strength of our Lord Jesus Christ be with at this time …..

  9. “Then they cried to the Lord in their trouble, and he saved them from their distress. He sent out his word and healed them; he rescued them from the grave.”- Psalms 107:19-20 NIV”
    Dear Lord, We pray for deliverance from the harmful bacteria that plaque Fulton’s body. And from the pressure of the discomfort and pain he is experiencing. You are our sustainer in times of trouble, so we also ask that you lift and carry Fulton through this. You are God who is faithful in all things, and will provide what we need, when we need it. In the midst of the suffering that Fulton has to endure, meet him there, and let his mind be open, to the comfort and assurance, that you want to give, so he can endure each moment of difficulty. Bring his family peace, knowing that you are touching and blessing Fulton in the unseen. Keep them close, turning to you when they fear, surrendering those fears to you, and trusting you, calling on you Jesus, in your mighty name and power!! AMEN

  10. Praying for God’s overwhelming presence in the situation. By His presence, the doctors and nurses will receive wisdom, and strength will be given to each of you, including Fulton, as you go through this journey. Leaving ICU is a good report!

  11. 2 Cor 8-11
    “We do not want you to be uninformed, brothers and sisters, about the troubles we experienced in the province of Asia. We were under great pressure, far beyond our ability to endure, so that we despaired of life itself. Indeed, we felt we had received the sentence of death. But this happened that we might not rely on ourselves but on God, who raises the dead. He has delivered us from such a deadly peril, and he will deliver us again. On him we have set our hope that he will continue to deliver us, as you help us by your prayers. Then many will give thanks on our behalf for the gracious favor granted us in answer to the prayers of many.”

    Psalm 103 1-8
    “Praise the LORD, my soul; all my inmost being, praise his holy name.
    Praise the LORD, my soul, and forget not all his benefits — who forgives all your sins and heals all your diseases, who redeems your life from the pit and crowns you with love and compassion, who satisfies your desires with good things so that your youth is renewed like the eagle’s.
    The Lord works righteousness and justice for all the oppressed.
    He made known his ways to Moses, his deeds to the people of Israel (my comment – pursue what Moses received, intimate relationship; don’t settle for the lesser option): The LORD is compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, abounding in love.”

    2 Cor 1:20-22
    “For now matter how many promises God has made, they are ‘Yes’ in Christ. And so through him (Christ Jesus) the ‘Amen’ (let it be) is spoken to us by the glory of God. Now it is God who makes both us and you stand firm in Christ. He anointed us, set his seal of ownership on us, and put his Spirit in our hearts as a deposit, guaranteeing what is to come.”

    Father, thank you for your love and faithfulness. Thank you that you hear our groans and prayers and that through the finished work of your precious son, Lord Jesus Christ, you have cleared all obstacles between us and you so that we can boldly approach your throne of grace and bring everything to you completely unhindered. Thank you for your faithfulness and the myriad ways you have ministered to and delivered the McAllister family, especially Fulton, over the years and up to the present day. Thank you, Lord, that you will never leave them nor forsake them, that nothing or no one can snatch them from your hand, and that you are continuously imparting to them your comfort and your peace. Thank you that all of your promises in Christ Jesus are a resounding “Yes!”; if you said it, you will do it and are doing it, even when we don’t think we’re seeing it. In Jesus’ name I pray for the full manifestation in Fulton’s body of all that the Lord Jesus Christ accomplished for Fulton through his finished work at the cross. Lord Jesus warned us that in this world we will have trouble but also promised that He will never leave us nor forsake us and that we can take heart, because He has overcome the world. Thank you, Lord, that you are with the McAllister family every moment and are using these earthly “momentary troubles” for the McAllister family’s ultimate benefit and your glory. All to your glory, Lord!! You are worthy of all our praise and honor. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

  12. Dear Lord, we come to you knowing that your mercy love grace and healing power is real. We trust that you are with us Lord in our times of trouble pain and suffering. In Jesus loving name we come together to pray for Fulton’s quick recovery knowing and trusting in faith and hope that You are with Fulton Lord. Send angels to comfort Fulron send your Holy Spirit to minister to Fulton and guide the doctors and nurses who are tending to him. Make the medication and treatment work because we know that all good things come from you God. In Jesus name…amen.

  13. Dear Lord God, please be with Fulton – help him, heal him, give him relief from pain and make him well again. We ask in Jesus’ name. Amen

  14. I declare that Fulton will fulfill his destiny and the assignment that God has for him.
    I further declare that restitution and complete restoration come back to him and to the McAlister family this year!
    In Jesus’s mighty name and for HIS glory!

  15. Dawson, we know our Lord has plans for Fulton. We may not know those plans or even agree with them if we did know them. You have written so often of Fulton’s impact on his healthcare team and many friends of you and Ruth Hill and Addison. Do not despair at this time when things look hopeless. Your brief update already demonstrates signs of improvement in Fulton’s condition.
    We will be praying for you and Fulton, Ruth Hill and Addison.
    Nancy and Ron

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