Happy July 16, 2016 to all my Blogging Friends, from me right here in the Mustang Library. I was going to do some serious reading but got bogged down with Walmart Shoppers pictures. Result: Lost serious reading e-mail time! Anyway I am here. My Facebook from July in 2014 stirred my heart to thankfulness again. So glad to be living-hampered only by crashed computer. None of my real parts has crashed! Anyway I decided to share what I had written on that day. Rejoice with me! 😀 😀
“DID GOD REALLY SAY…?” scoffed the serpent to Eve’s listening ear. And how quickly she let the seed of doubt grow in her spirit. Perhaps she mentally rationalized, “Maybe I didn’t hear right; what he said might not be what he meant. I’ll give it some thought.” I am aghast to recognize the same doubt residing in me. Recently a person with medical status said to me, “You could not have had an aorta dissection. If you had, you would be dead.” He repeated the statement about three times as I told him that that was the reason I was being so thankful to the Lord. In my mind I began to think, “Did I get something all mixed up?” I sure thought that’s what the doctor said. Carl, Karen, and Verna (all first hand witnesses) said, “You certainly did have an aorta dissection.” And they all confirmed that a miracle or near-miracle had occurred. I STILL got home and pulled out my medical records. They say: “The patient was taken to the cath lab, intubated, and placed on pressors. Cardiac cath revealed an aortic dissection with severe wide-open aortic valvular insufficiency…” Under diagnosis, it says: “Type l aortic valvular dissection, severe aortic valvular insufficiency, and acute heart failure.”
In all the years I was trusting God for a miracle healing, I refused to heed those who told me that God might take someone through the medical system to prove scientifically that healing had occurred. I would never have dreamed I would check the medical papers MYSELF to confirm God’s healing to me!