1458. Gratitude, one must…

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Gratitude, one must always show gratitude where gratitude is due. After last week’s trip to the ER when I wrote about the new health issues that had befallen me, a series of tests has begun to determine the cause of the serious drop in my hemoglobin and white cell count. And tonight I’m praising the Lord for the ones that have unfolded well this week. I now know that my EKG was normal, my echocardiogram was normal, no blood was found in my fecal sample, and a new blood test shows that my hemoglobin in still increasing. So it is that I’ve praised the Lord with every phone call that has diverted the potential damage of aforementioned “falling shoes!” But I would be sorely remiss if I didn’t make a public declaration of the goodness of God and my praise for His mercy and goodness! My trials may not yet be at an end, however prayer is so powerful and miracles are always a possibility! Although I have two more daunting tests to endure, a colonoscopy and upper GI scope as well as a bone marrow biopsy, I want to thank all of you who have and who continue to pray for my well being. Here are virtual hugs and kisses for each and everyone of you! XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO

May the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you all. ~2 Corinthians 13:14  ✝

35 thoughts on “1458. Gratitude, one must…

  1. So so glad to hear of your good news, Natalie!
    Saddened that you had so many worries and problems. We must believe and trust when all else fails as this beautiful message today is written straight for my grandson, Landen and his siblings. My James has been divorced since May living in my one bedroom apt. His stepson has an aggressive but treatable cancer, Ewing’s Sarcoma.
    I feel there must be God in our Life to keep us going.
    Please know You, dear, sweet Natalie are in my prayers even when I may not visit.
    Love you forever. 💓 Your “missy,” Robin

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