it’s all grace

We met Maria on F2F trip and returned home to hear sermon on John 5…comparisons and contrast are striking!

6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. janicead
    Apr 03, 2023 @ 11:13:46

    This post from 2012 has the story.

    He had a second blood clot in September 2012 following knee replacement. The vena cava filter caught the majority of that clot. He still spent about 4 days in the hospital as to quote the physician, “his lungs look like he has buckshot in them on the scans.” I call him my Lazarus.


    • lynn__
      Apr 03, 2023 @ 11:23:56

      WOW! His life is a miracle for sure…praise God for every year/day together! Thanks for sharing, Janice.


      • janicead
        Apr 03, 2023 @ 11:37:23

        Every single medical person said it was a pure miracle. Dr. John, the surgeon and thoracic specialist, said it was more than medicine that saved my husband. Each day is a blessing. Even though Gene is constantly misplacing keys, billfolds, etc., Each day is blessed. Stats for surviving a second blood clot are low. He even fell on his bike causing a bleed in his leg, he is on blood thinners permanently so bleeds easily. The fall required emergency surgery to remove the massive hematoma. The doctor said his leg was already showing signs of dying cells only 7 hours after the fall. The man keeps me on my toes keeping him alive and on my knees ask for God’s help!

      • lynn__
        Apr 03, 2023 @ 12:16:09

        An ongoing journey of reliance on God!

  2. janicead
    Apr 02, 2023 @ 15:32:37

    Miracles do happen. I live with one.


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