Heart Reflections Live
Sunday, January 04, 2009
Please Pray for Max
I prayed for him when he awoke in AF, and his heart rate actually slowed down a little by the time the ambulance arrived. I'm hoping and praying he'll be back in normal rhythm by daybreak- it's 3.30 am here now.
The twins and the rest of us are all fine. I had a longer than normal hospital stay starting from the last Saturday in November. The rash had spread all over me and Max came home to find me with a fever. I was admitted, but still had to wait till the 2nd December for my Ceaser, though they considered doing it earlier. Praise the Lord, I had no post-op complications this time, prayers were answered, but at 40, now 41, I found it that bit harder to recover ( it was my third major uterine surgery) so was in hospital 12 days, we then spent over a week at my parents' place while I recovered and while hubby continued to shop for a new vehicle to fit us all in! We finally got a Chrysler Voyager. We'd been shopping for months to find a people mover that had enough room inside not only for people, but for a twin pram and the other paraphernalia we carry. Our new van even has the letters "Jah" on the rego plate- how's that for God's stamp of approval!! We had no internet at Mum and Dad's, and then our computer crashed!, so we've been offline for a while.
Anyway, we covet your prayers for Max this Lord's Day, I'll let you know how it all goes, and plan on posting a testimony soon of how God has blessed us with our children. God bless you all.
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