There is nothing right now that can be done for Katy but diagnostic tests are in the works. Her pain levels are so high she has passed out once and we have been near tears wishing we could help but we are not able to. We have contacted NIH (National Institutes of Health) today, and the doctor there has mercifully agreed to help the doctors here take the next step. We are praying that the Lord will develop in her medical team a sense of urgency for Katy’s sake. We appreciate your prayers and will keep you informed. Pray for her endurance and that she will not lose hope.
Qavah: Hope and patience. Whenever we say her name in our home it is a reminder to keep our hope and patience in Him. What a source of healing little Qavah is just by saying her name. The social worker is meeting with her foster family today to finalize the paperwork that will enable us to take her out of her home state and bring her to Virginia. What a bright spot in our day! When I talked to her foster mother yesterday, I was told that Qavah loves shoes. She has several pair of glitzy shoes and changes them several times a day. What fun Katy and I will have laughing at Qavah in her assortment of shoes. And imagine all the fun we will have taking her shoe shopping!
Many people need your help today Lord, including us. We need hope and patience for our issues in life. Keep our minds fixed on you and not our trials. In Jesus’ name, Amen.Comments: