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johan wepener
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JUNIOR

Post by johan wepener » Sun 10 Nov 2013, 12:18

Very good friends of ours has a son, 18 years old.

This boy is a petrolhead from the word go.He drinks and eat and love cars.Old

cars,new cars.Cars. I have a very close relationship with him.

Let me refer to him as Junior.

Junior had by last week already completed half of the final matric exams.

Junior felt sick the last few weeks and eventually his parents dragged him

to the general practitioner on Thursday last week.He was referred to a specialist

and saw the specialist on Friday. Tests were done.The diagnosis is leukaemia.

Junior was immediately given blood transfusion.

Saturday morning(yesterday) the first chemotherapy has been given.

I have visited him yesterday. At one stage he asked me: Do you think I will be fine? (Dink

oom darem ek sal ok wees?) .

Junior is in good hands. They do everything possible.

Please remember him in your thougths, and prayers.

Johan

If this topic does not belong on the Forum and it is deleted,it is ok.

I just felt to share this with Forum members.
JOHAN WEPENER

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ters
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Re: JUNIOR

Post by ters » Sun 10 Nov 2013, 12:30

Strongs to Junior and his loved ones. The "Master Mechanic" will
hold him in His hands....

Ters.
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Re: JUNIOR

Post by Waterhond » Sun 10 Nov 2013, 13:01

Johan, please tell Junior and his parents that I will keep them in my prayers, and that he must remain strong and positive, looking forward to the day he owns the machine of his dreams...

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Re: JUNIOR

Post by jlebenon » Sun 10 Nov 2013, 13:05

Thoughts and prayers for him and his family
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Dougie
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Re: JUNIOR

Post by Dougie » Sun 10 Nov 2013, 13:26

We will be praying for Junior and know the Lord will be with him.

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Re: JUNIOR

Post by Johann65 » Sun 10 Nov 2013, 13:40

I will pray for Junior and his family. Have had the blessing of being touched by God. I can assure you that touch is reality and you become a pinpoint of light that glides through God's universe. Unbelievable the feeling of joy!!! Just put yourself in He's hands!! :D :D
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Re: JUNIOR

Post by Bearhawke » Sun 10 Nov 2013, 16:05

Hang tough there; 'Junior', you have a lot of support on this Forum. 8)
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Re: JUNIOR

Post by FPT » Sun 10 Nov 2013, 17:19

We are here to support young man! Our prayers are with you, God's will you will drive those classics aplenty one day!
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Re: JUNIOR

Post by Burnthosetyres » Sun 10 Nov 2013, 19:04

Touching and surreal story Johan. Junior were in your corner! Makes one realize a lot of our problems are pretty insignificant.....
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Re: JUNIOR

Post by Bigblock496 » Sun 10 Nov 2013, 20:23

Very sad to hear,and so young! You are in our prayers young man!
Please keep us updated on his progress Johan!
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