Inspiring Email from Oregon
Sun., Feb. 19. 2006 1:33am EST
Here's an inspiring email from a friend and fan Sarah in Oregon. Please keep her in your prayers:
Over the past month, through a series of strange events, I found out there is something wrong with my brain. I has a seizure a week before my birthday and that started the doctors on a quest to find out why. On Friday I was going to yet another neurologist appointment and on the way I stuck in "Keep the Change."
We had just gotten to "Bethlehemiam Rhapsody," and I was very disappointed that I had to get out just as my favorite song was playing, but, oh well. while in the doctor's office I was told that it looks like I have an issue that will most likely require surgery or radiation, and we scheduled an angiogram for that same day to see if we could find out any more about what's wrong. As we were getting into the car my dad started to ask me how I was and, "was I worried?"
Just then I realized that "Bethlehemian Rhapsody" was still playing and I sang out, as if on cue, "I'm not gonna die, the one who wins my battles is Lord of All!" At that we all laughed and I continued to sing the song, my mom said I should write this down in a journal, if I had one, and I decided to tell you guys. The test on Friday didn't tell us much, in about a week I will go in for more tests but I'm not worried, I know that no matter what happens, God is protecting me. Thank you for your great encouragement!
PS I just bought four CDs for $4.99 each and they got here (the day my friend had her baby) finally two days ago and I love them all, "Apol-acoustiX," "Jesus Christ Morningstar," "Ticked," and "Radical History Tour." I LOVE
"Shepherd's Paradise" and "Parable Guy." THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!