Thank You

I am awed, amazed, astonished, appreciative—and that’s just the A adjectives—at the outpouring of grace I have witnessed in the last thirty-six hours. I read and thanked God for every one of your comments and assurances of prayers, even though I didn’t reply to them all.

Thank you. (It feels inadequate, but I mean it from the bottom of my heart.)

Some of you are friends; welcome here. Some of you are old friends; I hope to renew our acquaintance. Some of you are strangers; please don’t stay that way long. We are sisters on the road to Glory. Let us walk a few miles together and talk of what it means to grow and hurt and love and follow Christ.

Over the next few weeks, I’m planning on posting pieces of the epilepsy story, although there is no tidy summary at the end. This is a story we are still living.

With your prayers, you have made yourself a part of this story.

I can’t thank you enough.

3 thoughts on “Thank You

  1. I have a mild seizure disorder from a car accident 30 years ago. I have over come it by keeping a diary to get an idea as to what triggered them. Grand mal seizures are a whole other thing. I sat in on a lecture regarding the surgery process to correct uncontrolled seizures.. I learned that it is quite promising. I hate seeing children suffer, at 71 I feel it is natural for me, but kids should enjoy the things we did and have even more learning experiences. I signed up for your blog so I know what to pray for each day or time you post. I have seen miracles with prayer. My 2 older children (3 and 5 at the time) told me, when I was told the child I was carrying would be stillborn or retarded, ” Mommy it’s Jesus’ baby too, he will take care of it” sometimes we need reminding and the faith of children. I am keeping your family in my prayers.
    Diana

  2. Was inspired by your writing ! keep it up. and may you be given the strength to walk this journey with your daughter Praying for you.

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