Feb 4, 2008

He has delivered us from the domain of darkness and transferred us to the kingdom of his beloved son, in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sin.

This truth is where we should start. After we realize that we are (by human nature) in the domain of darkness, and that God provided us a way to come out of that darkness and know him, everything else is secondary. Knowing God is better than everything else, but sometimes it's hard to see that. May God always let us keep him in mind!

Recently, Ian was able to move his wheelchair across the room by pushing his feet on the floor. This is a small sign of progress!



Annie said...

Thank you for your posts that are such testimony to God's faithfulness. That is progess!

Praying for Ian,
Annie in PA

leslie said...

WOW! i love His faithfulness!!!

Anonymous said...

Great to hear this Ben. Actually this is a big step if Ian is aware of where he wants to go. It takes cognitive thought and planing for mobility. Keep up the hard work Ian and all. Progress can be painfully slow, but the only way to go is up. (in many ways that is)

God will bless

Minori Family

Anonymous said...

I Love this site, Been checking in and praying since the beginning. God is Good, ALL the time!! Go Ian!

Anonymous said...

Great post, Ben!
Thanks for sharing Ian's progress. I think pushing his wheelchair takes a lot of strength and determination...GO IAN! Thank You, Lord, for showing us that You are still at work!

Still Praying!

Mary Ann K.

P.S. Thanks again, Ben, for serving your Mom...and ME...this past Saturday.

Anonymous said...

WOW, what a wonderful news Ben. I have not visited this blog for a couple of days, but when I read this news I was tearfully happy for all of you. God is great. I also read Lydia's prayer to heal the boo boo of Ian. May God grant Lydia what she prayed for. God is the greatest. Thanks a lot for the uplifting news Ben.
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