And God Answered…..

Posted in Acts

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Yesterday we arrived safely home.

The team of doctors over my care at Houston Methodist were phenomenal! They left no stone un-turned and I left with answers I can trust. More than that, God totally blew right past my measly hopes and made an oasis in the wasteland, right in plain sight of anyone and everyone.

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I have zero neurological issues or disease processes. My IH has resolved itself, and every test for everything came back normal. I will be weaning off of unnecessary meds, of which there are many that I'm sure are exacerbating or even causing most of what I am experiencing. I will begin rigorous PT and also some therapy sessions to help calm my anxiety and stress from the past decade. All of that said, it will take much hard work and a long period of time, but all of my major health issues are fixable and reversible.

I am so blown away. I'm praising and planning out my ACTUAL happy dancing as soon as it can be managed! <3 Thank you for praying!!! Please pray special blessings on the medical team who saw me, really saw me, this week. To God be all the Glory.....

Acts 16:25-26
But about midnight Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns of praise to God, and the prisoners were listening to them; and suddenly there came a great earthquake, so that the foundations of the prison house were shaken; and immediately all the doors were opened and everyone’s chains were unfastened.


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Please Pray With Us

Posted in 1 Peter

Brian and I are coming to you, asking for prayers for our family in the coming week, especially. We are leaving soon so that I can have some solid days of testing to get to the bottom of whatever this is that I'm suffering with. I just keep getting worse and weaker.

I'm seeing the ALS clinic at Methodist in Houston,. They have a 3-day diagnostic clinic once a month and I have been waiting 3 months to get in. We are certain they will finally be able to tell us exactly what I have going on... ALS, PLS, something totally different. My doctor is certain it's ALS, but we're praying it's not.

We've been waiting so long that of course we're thrilled that the time is finally here and we can get this milestone done. But it's also hard not to be nervous or anxious as the time draws closer.

I know God knows exactly what we need and when. He has it all worked out and He never leaves us, not ever. Those facts help to keep us going and keep our eyes where they belong. Your prayers hold up our arms when we are too exhausted to raise them up to Him a moment longer. We thank God for each one of you. Thank you for walking this journey with us. I will update next week when we are home.

 

So if you are suffering in a manner that pleases God,
keep on doing what is right,
and trust your lives to the God who created you,
for he will never fail you.

- 1 Peter 4:19


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