God of the Impossible!

Our God is the God of the impossible!  We just received a call from Dr. Holzbeierlein with the most amazing news.  He told us the final pathology report came back as the non-metestatic teratoma tumor and NOT cancerous!  Yes, we are now cancer free!  We are both so overwhelmed with the news that we don't know what to say.  Our initial response was a lot of crying, a little jumping for joy by me and Jonathan's mom and a few shouts of praise the Lord's.  We are so thankful that God chose to cure Jonathan now instead of having to go through more chemo.  We also know that if he had chosen to take us through more chemo He would have been faithful to provide the strength, grace and mercy necessary to finish the journey.  We are so thankful for the prayer warriors who got on their knees on behalf of us.  God was glorified through the prayers and faith of our friends and loved ones in answering the thousands of prayers.  It has been a humbling experience to see the hand of God so dramatically in our lives and to know that He was glorified in our suffering.  We can honestly say that we rejoiced in our tribulation because we were right were God wanted us to be, and as I said before there is nowhere else we would rather be.

Though He slay me, yet will I praise Him.  This Summer has been a difficult journey for us, but through it all we have kept our focus on our Heavenly Father.  There are no words to describe the fear and overwhelming feeling of despair when we found out Jonathan had cancer.  But our God, who is faithful, has held us through the chemo and now the surgery.  I know it through the power of the prayers of our friends and family.  Without you, we would not have been as victorious in our journey.  Thank you for being willing to stand in the gap for us.

Yes, I started this blog yesterday right after receiving the GREAT news, but was so emotional I wasn't able to finish it until today.  What can I say... I have a husband who is recovering from extensive surgery and three very demanding precious children.  Oh, I do induldge in a bon bon moment and watch my soaps every day... but hey what more can a girl do?  Just kidding, I don't even watch the very few shows I allow the kids to watch.  Ahh, the life of a Mommy/ Wife/ Administrator/ Nurse/ Peace Keeper/.... you get the gereral idea.

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