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So my wife and I have been waiting for today.

No, it’s not a holiday or anything special like that.  Today is the day that we take our sweet little girl Maggie to her occupational therapist for review.  This is the day we find out the extent of her trauma from birth.  This is the day that we cling to God the tightest.

We are fearful of what we might find out, we are excited about being taught how best to work with our beautiful little girl.  In the end, God is enough.  We pray that what afflicts our daughter is manageable.  That her quality of life won’t be jeopardized by the news we find out today.  We know that all things to the good of those who love him and are called according to his purpose.  We know that His grace is sufficient.  We know that he is our strength and our portion forever.  So even though our flesh or our children or our jobs or our world may fail us.  He will not.

God will be glorified in no matter what comes from today, I pray that our daughter is healed for his name sake.  That we might proclaim his miraculous work through our daughter.

If you are reading this, please take some time today to pray for us. 

This is so much bigger than us.

 

-Daniel, a loving father


3 Comments

  1. Be a ★ !

  2. I hope that your daughter does get a miracle – praying for you all.

    • God has already been at work in our daughter. The physical therapist and the occupational therapist all feel very confident in her ability to recover. this from a child born with little to no oxygen for 7-8 minutes. Original evaluations lead people to say she might have CP and she’s already improved substantially. Thank you for your prayers, and continued prayers. The peace that God has provided us at this time, as well as his hand of blessing has been humbling to say the least.


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