“but the people that do know their God shall be strong, and do exploits (take action).” (Daniel 11:32b)
When unexpected things happen, and they will, breathe. Breath deep. For me, deep breathing helps to clear my mind, and then to reflect on who God is, before taking action. It’s a way of pausing and praising before proceeding. That’s right, PPP.
As you already know from reading blog #32, we returned from Augusta Wednesday with good news. Well, that 'good' news lasted until around midnight. This is when the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) started leaking again right after Len had a violent episode of coughing. I spent most of the next day coordinating medical services, care, appointments, etc...with Len's doctors. Finally, a CAT scan was ordered. Praise God the results showed no evidence of hydrocephalus--excessive water on the brain! Now for the leakage—the minor procedure necessary was coordinated between Len's doctor in Augusta and his PCM at Moody AFB.
Prayerfully, this is the last hiccup/bump we will encounter on this path to healing. If not, we’ll continue to take deep breaths so that we are certain to pause and praise before proceeding.
You too can experience peace and joy by remembering and practicing these three p’s!
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Len's wife with his assistance!
Dr. Verna Foster Harvey