Constitutional Emergency

This little baby had open heart surgery last Monday. He is feeling so much better today. For those of you on facebook and also friends with me on there, you can view videos I've posted for his large family and friends. 

He is doing so good. This week has been tough as you can imagine. But the last 3 days have been much better with smiles, playing and kisses on toes etc. He's been up since 6 am today and is now (3:30 pm) taking his first nap. He's been very busy playing with all the toys and looking at books....he went to sleep watching mens swimming competitions on tv. :) 

I want to thank all of you prayer warriors for lifting him up in prayer. You all are so thoughtful and loving! Again, thank you and I = we all thank God for you and your prayers. 

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Thank you for letting all of us know about this precious little one (so cute).  We're still praying for his needs and the other situations in your family.  Take care, Twana and God bless.

Jesus love the little children.  I pray that the Lord will guide the surgeons hands and give the surgeon the ability, knowledge and skill needed to fix this little infants heart.  I also would request that the Lord bless this child with a speedy and full recovery, in Jesus' name I pray.  Amen.

Great news will keep praying for him and you

Praise God he is doing better!  Will keep all in my prayers!!!!!

From: basil []
Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2013 1:19 AM
Subject: CPW Prayer 2013-07-067 Col GEORGE “BUD” DAY, USAF (Ret) - prayer for R.I.P.


Cavaliers, Cyber Prayer Warriors, Brother KofC Knights, BLD, TLF and CCF Prayer Associates, Friends and Families who pray with us -  a call to prayer 2013-07-067       


             Colonel GEORGE “BUD” E.  DAY, USAF (Ret) – prayer for R.I.P.             


Veterans WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War, Medal of Honor Hero and TriCare Advocate

"Many are called but only a few are chosen," is the famous phrase that aptly describes those who achieve something above and beyond the call of duty. Col. George E. Day (Retired) fondly called “Bud” fits that description with all that he has done.  

Cav CPW Butch Moreto, PMA ’54, Head Servant                                                   L                                            

Let Us Pray:  


       “Our Father God in heaven, we adore You and we praise You for Your Great Glory. Your power brings us to birth. Your divine providence guides our lives and by Your command, we return to dust.                                                                        

        We pray for a fellow officer and brother-in-Christ Col. GEORGE E. DAY, USAF (Retired). who heard Your summons, gave  a snappy salute and departed from our midst. We humbly raise our hands in prayer to implore You to illuminate the path that he will tread and let Your holy angels escort him to Your Golden Throne.

Lord God, let his achievements in his lifetime merit him Your favor as he has served in so many conflicts and endured so much suffering. One of his greatest feats was his getting the TriCare health benefits implemented for the sake of his fellow veterans.

Eternal life and eternal rest grant unto him, O God, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through Your Divine Mercy, now rest in peace. Amen.”


               CCCPW - Cavalier Cyber Prayer Warriors  (A global prayer ministry of former combat warriors in the Armed Forces trained in the Spirit of the Bayonet but who have transitioned to Prayer Warriors focused on the Spirit of God. Our mission statement is "To pray, to care, to comfort" and we prefer to work low-profile with a mantra of "Radical Humility". We have grown to 147 members currently and still growing as prayer associates offered to join us in our ministry.  Cavalier is the term we use for graduates of the Academy (PMA, USMA West Point, USNA Annapolis, USAFA Colorado Springs, etc.) Cyber is the term that indicates we use the internet to call our members to prayer.


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From: Pete Shane Feliciano [
Sent: Sunday, July 28, 2013 9:07 PM
To: Basil
Cc: Lheqz (
Subject: Prayer request for Colonel George “Bud”
E. Day - R.I.P.

CCPW Butch Moreto

Ka Butch,                                                                                                                                               

May I request R.I. P. prayer for a war hero, and Medal of Honor recipient Colonel George “Bud” E. Day, USAF (Retired) who answered the call of our Heavenly Father?

O God, our creator and redeemer, by your power Christ conquered death and returned to you in glory. May all your people who have gone before us in faith share his victory and enjoy the vision of your glory for ever, where Christ lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen.


CPW Pete Yapit,                                                                                                                         

Member Military Retiree Grass Roots Group (MRGRG)                                                                                   

USAF (Ret), VFW 4051, Colorado Springs, CO

Prayer courtesy copies to: Col Harry Riley (; Jim Whittington


War hero Bud Day dies at 88 




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