Aug 16, 2007


Though Satan should buffet, though trials should come,
Let this blest assurance control,
That Christ has regarded my helpless estate,
And hath shed His own blood for my soul.

It is well, with my soul,
It is well, with my soul,
It is well, it is well, with my soul.

Last night, Bill, one of Ian's attendant care workers, held his cell phone in his open hand and invited Ian to take it. He did. Ian reached up and took the cell phone. Then, Bill asked him to put it back into his open hand. He did. Pray for Ian's continued healing.


April said...

My church is having a tent revival and tonight was the first night. A man came who was in a coma after he fell from a cathedral while painting it. God delivered him and healed his body and he was able to come to the revival and share his testimony. As I was sharing his testimony with others, I was reminded of Ian. I believe with all my heart that God is about to do a miracle in the sight of everyone surrounding Ian, and when it is done, we will all know that it was nobody but God who has done it! I'm excited to hear the praise report.

beth said...

i was amazed when ian finally got a cell phone...after all he and david's mocking of them...
praying, missyou guys
see you soon

Anonymous said...

Only one comment so far, but not reflective of the many, many who pray daily for Ian. We will not give up. He is not giving up. We serve a might God who never grows weary. May you know His nearness today. lisa gallo

Carina said...

Though I don't post often, I wanted to let you know that I continue to check the blog daily and pray for Ian. I am amazed already at what God is accomplishing in Ian's body! So many of the "small" progresses you all have been reporting over the last few weeks seem huge to me especially when I think of your posts from Ian's time in the hospital. Be encouraded; God is indeed doing something great in your son's life!!!

Carina in So CA

Anonymous said...

To Him Be the Glory! I cannot express the excitement inside. I know the completion is coming! Every day, every night, with tears and prayers I am with you awaiting another big miracle! God never leaves us or forsakes us. He goes before us and is our rear guard. He hears the cries of the afflicted. He heals the brokenhearted and binds up our wounds! He is life! Ian is having intimacy with God that none of us understand. Walking cannot be compared to the glory to be revealed. Love, Eileen