Little story behind this image, 3 blocks from my house there are these beautiful mountains. I use to take a walk there quite often.
I had gone to the doctor this day in Mar. of 2010 because I had so much pain in my back…after a lot of testing they found out that I had a tumor in my spinal cord.. I was told i could be paralyzed from the waist down or at least numb. I went through almost a year of every test you could think of. Before they new it was a tumor they thought it could be cancer, ms, oh so many different diseases I never even heard of.. I had 4 spinal epedermals to top it all off, trying to find out whatever…finally ,I had surgery for my tumor in my spinal cord. Now if it would have been outside my spinal cord there would have been not to much of a problem. Inside the spinal cord rules all your nerves. I believed highly in prayer and just knew I would be ok.
When my surgery was over and came into my room, my daughter say she saw me move my foot and said. Thank You Jesus, I don’t remember saying that but I am so happy she told me. I came out of surgery with only a little numbness in my right foot. I believe that came from prayer from Jesus…even the doctors believed it was a Miracle.
this beautiful place is where I went to before the surgery and cried and prayed and worried that I would be paralyzed….God is good, prayer heals and your strength, and believing in the Man upstairs will bring you though so many difficulties…He has for me…
REMEMBER MIRACLES HAPPEN EVERY DAY
I wish I would a good writer…so please forgive
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