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Friday, April 03, 2009


The lump on my son's neck is beginning to shrink, and it is also less sensitive to the touch now. His fever is greatly reduced and he seems to be on the mend. All of this without hospitalization or antibiotics! We're hoping we can manage his condition without surgery for several more years. Surgical intervention will be less risky later.

I didn't mean for this to become a major subject of this blog, but as so many have expressed concern and faithfully prayed, I've concluded it's important to give occasional updates. Perhaps someone out there will be struggling through something similar and find solace in these reports.

Thanks everyone for your prayers, we are most grateful.

1 comment:

  1. It is good when we are able to help our brothers or sisters even if that help is a prayer. So, it is great privilege to pray for your son and see how God answers.


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