Thursday, December 18, 2008

A Christmas Full of Miracles

"I pray that your hearts will be flooded with light so that you can understand the wonderful future he has promised to those he called. I want you to realize what a rich and glorious inheritance he has given to his people.I pray that you will begin to understand the incredible greatness of his power for us who believe him.
Ephesians 1:18-19 NLT


There are those that have a hard time believing in Jesus Christ because they haven't seen him at work in their lives; because they want actual proof and not just living by their faith. I am here to tell you, I have witnessed a miracle, a true, honest to Jesus Christ, miracle.
For those who follow my other blogs, I have talked about my friend Jess' daughter Tuesday very often and her fight with stage 4 cancer. From the moment I heard that Tuesday was diagnosed, I knew in my heart that this child, this tiny little two year old, would beat cancer, even with the odds stacked so high against her.
Her body was filled with cancer, literally everywhere and more than once, little Tuesday's fight was nearly lost. But, somehow, this little child brought faith to places where there wasn't faith before. She got people to pray that hadn't prayed in many years. She got complete strangers to pray for her, donate to her, talk about her.... This child inspired.
For those who were able to spend time with her while she has endured her treatments, they found peace in her presence. They felt God's warmth and knew they were beholding a miracle occurring.
Tuesday's cancer is GONE!
This little child who was given a very minimal amount of hope, has become the meaning of HOPE. Her body is free of all cancer.
FREE.
It wasn't medicine that freed Tuesday of disease, even her doctors are stumped and calling her a miracle. It was prayer and faith.
So, this Christmas...
BELIEVE.
KNOW.
TRUST.
HAVE FAITH.
He is here and He is real.

4 comments:

Terri said...

I BELIEVE! WHAT AN AMAZING STORY! SHE IS AN INSPIRATION TO MANY! I AM GLAD TUESDAY AND JK (AND THE REST OF THE FAMILY) ARE IN MY LIFE! GOD IS GOOD!

mommytoalot said...

I also believe!
Very amazing. God bless little Tuesday and her family.

Jessica Kate said...

Amen! Amen and Amen!
The miracles continue. No organ toxicity from her high dose chemotherapy. All of our prayers have been answered.
Please pray for an infection free stem cell transplant. Your prayers, clearly, are working!

MoziEsmé said...

What a miracle girl! And what an amazing God...

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