Thankful that the procedure went smoothly this past week. Check in on your blog regularly to see how Martin is doing! Will be PRAYING for the upcoming 2nd surgery, every hospital visit must be harder with him becoming more and more aware of what's going on around him. But so thankful for modern medicine and God's guidance in each procedure that Martin undergoes. So many good gifts!! He's a beautiful baby. God must have some great things for this little dude to accomplish in his life!!
Thank you and bless you for sharing your life and how our great and mighty Lord & Saviour, Jesus Christ has sustained your family. I am grateful to witness this testimony: of a Christ-honouring, loving family. IN CHRIST, Beverley Wilson
Are you really not going to blog about Martin anymore??? I know you have 4 kids now, but it would be great if you could post 1-2 times a month just so we can keep up with how Martin is doing. Otherwise, we're going to all have to call you to get updates.
Thank God for the good news! I have been praying, along with others that I have enlisted. Wonderfully, God has heard the prayers of many. I will continue to pray for all of you in the days ahead. May God bless you! Charles
Amen!! Fabulous news. Tremendous answer to prayer. So happy for you and Jamie, Cathy and Mike. Will be eager to update our congregation of the news and thank them for their intercessions in your behalf. The Lord bless. Come back to see us again next time you are in the Charleston area. We would love to have you all as our guests in our worship services.
"Now the God of peace, that brought again from the dead our Lord Jesus, that great shepherd of the sheep, through the blood of the everlasting covenant, Make you perfect in every good work to do his will, working in you that which is wellpleasing in his sight, through Jesus Christ; to whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen. (Heb. 13:20-21)
This marvelous over-night turn of events serves to remind us that we know not "what a day may bring forth" (Proverbs 27:1). I had left this comment on your blog last Friday -- "I'm praying that by this time next week that you, Steven, will be blogging from Greenville and sharing pictures of Martin with family from there. May it please Our Lord to make it so. It is NOT too hard for Him to accomplish." I'm thrilled that Our Lord has got baby and parents homeward bound. Thank You, Jesus, for hearing and answering prayers!
This is by far the sweetest picture. What a trooper you have in Martin, I'm so thankful to hear that he's eating so well, in spite of it not being the milk of his preference. =) And keep up the good work on your strict diet mama, I know it will not be in vain when he's finally able to take breast milk again. Praying one day soon for you to finally be able to nurse him. We're so happy to hear that you're close to bringing Martin home. God is so kind, so good to give this wonderful gift to your family!!