Psalm 118:17

I will not die, but live, and will proclaim what the Lord has done.

Monday, November 1, 2010

It has been an eventful weekend. Dr. McKeen made a house visit Friday evening and told me that there is not much else that they can do medically for me. This chemo that I had talked about previously is still an option. I need to stop vomiting though. She has called in hospice at this time to help with the pain management and nausea/vomiting symptoms. By Saturday, they were here and got me all set up. They deliver the meds to my door and they go through their pharmacy. Today, I met the doctor and the nurse that is assigned to my case. I was very pleased with both of them. It has just been a whirlwind of people in and out of my house, which is very exhausting. Needless to say, I vomited yesterday around 10:30am and have not thrown up since. I was also able to go trick or treating with my kids. Ian pushed me around in a wheel chair, but I felt good and enjoyed being with my kids.
Meanwhile, on Friday, a friend of ours and my cousin wanted to know if they could come pray outside my house. I was so excited and said of course. What started out as a hand full of people, turned into a crowd of close to 300 people. This many people, praying, singing praise songs and lighting a candle in my front yard. I sat on the couch listening to the music as they sang. When it was silent, Ian and I would pray together from inside. I am believing that I am healed. I will claim that as of November 1, 2010, I have been healed in Jesus' name! Thank you all who stood in the gap for me tonight and for those of you who did so at your own homes and across the world. You will never know how much this has meant to me. The Bible tells us that when 2 or more are gathered and ask in Jesus Name, it will be done! Those are powerful words, but I am believing them!