Sunday, September 24, 2006

HE HEARD ME!

When I cried out for mercy, he delivered. My youngest son, Waylon has been having seizures. He does not have a history of them. To make a long story short, he was stuck in Georgia with no money and no food.
I cried out from the depths of my soul for help for him. Jesus/Yeshua listened. Waylon is safe, in Iowa, got a job on day two and is doing well. I pray for his deliverance from these seizures and whatever is causing it. Lord, I am so grateful. What are you grateful for?

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

what can you do but praise him who made his decision long before we were even thought of.

Babsbitchin said...

He is an awesome God, isn't he Shane? I have so much to be grateful for. I often forget that. Actually, I think most of us forget to look for the little things to be thankful for, right?

Anonymous said...

oh yes. our capacity to look past the things we should be greatful for, to the things we do not have, is large.

Babsbitchin said...

Shane, I sure do agree with you. It's real easy to focus on what we don't have. I stead, we should be grateful for the little things too. It even seems the days when we sat at the dinner table and gave thanks, is gone. About the time they took prayer out of the schools here, we lost our balance. Such a shame!

Anonymous said...

I was just surfing through blog-advance and came upon your blog, I am glad God moved on your son and I always remember what he has done for me and my family.

Keep blogging I really enjoy reading your posts and God Bless you always.

Babsbitchin said...

Floyd, Thanks for your kind words. I think it's when we stop counting our blessings, even the smallest, that we become stifled. Don't you agree?

Miranda said...

The power of faith goes a long way. Glad Waylon is doing better. Has he been checked out now?

Anonymous said...

Hey Babs,

You have a beautiful blog, you are so talented!

Sorry to hear about your son having seizures. He needs to go see a neurologist. It sounds like it could be epilepsy and the seizures can be controlled by medication most of the time. He needs to go asap, so encourage him to do so. Okay? :) Remember, a neurologist, only. Also, tell him not to drive under any circumstances. He could have an accident.

My brother had epilepsy until he was 40 years old and had surgery on his brain, and they removed the scar tissue on his brain, and he is now free of it. He had a terrible life growing up because he had to take so much medication to control his seizures. The medication had horrible side effects too, and he got into a lot of trouble. It was hell for our family. Now he is very happy. Please tell your son to get it checked out asap. He is wasting his time if he doesn't go to a Neurologist.

My brothers seemed to have been caused by a head injury when he fell down a flight of stairs when he was 2 years old.

Babsbitchin said...

anonymous, this was a truly kind comment. I appreciate your taking the time to leave it. It is a possibility that he may have scar tissue as he had several blows to the head when he was a teen. He was also in the CCU for 4 days as a teen, overdosed from acid. This too, may have affected him. He's got his act together now but something's amiss. I'd appreciate you prayers and in turn ask God to bless you. Please stop back and again I thank you!