Mar 27, 2008

Still Not Well

Ian came home early from therapy again today. Tomorrow he is going to have a chest X-ray to rule out pneumonia. It's still really obvious that something is wrong, we just need God to reveal wisdom to us. Please pray that we would be able to figure out what's going on with Ian if it's something physical. Please pray also that the Lord would encourage Ian emotionally and spiritually.

larissa

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

oh yes.... soon for the wisdom. how sad for you all to know something is wrong, but not know what it is. truly he couldn't be in more loving hands. g

Anonymous said...

Thank You, Lord, for all that You've done in this young man's life and in the life of those around him. O Lord, we ask to You to continue to supply grace to each one involved. Grant wisdom, Lord, to those caring for Ian. Turn this situation into salvation. Thank You, Lord, that You are the source of life, encouragement, and hope.

May you enjoy Him as the all-sufficient One.

~a sister in the Lord

Anonymous said...

yes i am and will pray. may healing come quickly to ian and may you all see jesus as you seek him.
love,
jb amd mj

ann kraemer said...

Hi,
My name is Ann Kraemer. I am going to pray for Ian's health and recovery to continue. My cousin's friend (forgot name), told me to look up this website. I am from Wisconsin, my cousin's name is Carol Zubur. I am and was moved by his progress and story. God Bless you all. I know God makes miracles. My daughter Noelle (age 18) has been given a miracle of life after her trauma (brain injury) plus more too. May you continue to hear and see God's miracles. Sincerely,
Ann Kraemer

Anonymous said...

"Lastly, Happy is the people whose God is the Lord: for all things shall work together for their good. They may sit secure in exercising faith upon God, come what will. They have good reason for prayer; for God is a prayer-hearing God, and will be enquired of by his people as to all their concerns in the world. And they have ground for the greatest encouragement and comfort in the middle of all the events of providence, seeing they are managed by their covenant God and gracious friend, who will never neglect or overlook his dear people, and whatever concerns them. For he has said, "I will never leave you, nor forsake you," Heb. 13:5.

An excerpt from:
How We Ought to Think about God's Providence
by Thomas Boston (1676-1732)

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Tim said...

I continue to pray for Ian and for those who love and care for him. -tim

Bernadine said...

Still praying and believing...

Anonymous said...

Larissa

You certainly have our prayers. Through this long ordeal, I always wanted to add a few words of wisdom, but was always hesitant that they never measure up to the beautiful words that are posted daily on this blog. However, I really want to share a prayer that I heard a long time ago and touch me every time I read it:

God will make a way when there seems no way
He works in ways we cannot see, he will make a way for me
He will be my guide, hold me closely to his side
With love and strength for each new day
He will make a way, he will make a way

May the greatness of God embrace you all, grant you the wishes you prayed for and give Ian the full recovery that we all have been eagerly praying for

Azad and Family