Thursday, December 31, 2009

Happy New Years!



As this family moves into 2010 I have much hope for this new year!

We have had plenty of ups and also plenty of downs. We however made it another year no worse for the wear!

I am not a big resolution person but this year I want to resolve to take less for granted and love more! To take more time paying attention to what is important, and let the roll off!

For this New Year we have a few big therapy plans. Stem cells in April, NAPA in June,and hopefully one other time, and possibly a trip to CA for ABM. I trust that God will get us there.

Below is a video done by FOX News of 2 young men that live here. They traveled to Germany to have Stem Cell Therapy. They have also seen some really nice improvements since returning!

 



As I watched this video this morning I was reminded how big our God is. I was reminded that Stem cells are not just left in the body or the umbilical cord on accident! They are a gift. The human brains that figured all of this out are a gift from God. Our support system that provided Makenzie the funds are a gift from God. Not one thing God ever does is on accident! There is a plan, and I am proud to be a small piece of that for God's glory!

So for 2010 we will continue to step forward knowing that God is leading us. We will trust and believe that he will continue to bless us with healing through all of the gifts he has provided!

"You crown the year with a bountiful harvest; even the hard pathways overflow with abundance." (Psalm 65:11, NLT)

Lord, we pray that we would fully cast off all disappointment of the past, and that you would give us a new wind of strength for the coming year. Even in the hard pathways, we thank you that this year they will overflow with your abundance.

"Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come!" (2 Corinthians 5:17, NIV)

Thank you, Lord, for new beginnings and for the ability to leave old seasons behind.

"Gladness and joy will overtake them, and sorrow and sighing will flee away."
(Isaiah 51:11, NIV)

No matter what we are facing today, we know that one day gladness and joy will overtake us. No matter how insurmountable our circumstances, we praise you that one day our sorrow and sighing will flee away.

Thank You Jesus for your words of hope and comfort!

Ready or Not 2010 here we come!!!

Believe.... Prayer Works!


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