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Re: Asking for prayers again (still)

Posted by Spector on June 15, 2006, at 20:52:21

In reply to Re: Asking for prayers again (still) Spector, posted by Jon90211 on June 15, 2006, at 13:38:46

> Hello, Nomi.
> The Holy Spirit put you on my heart today. I pray that you are feeling better.
> I wanted to share with you a scripture that I've been meditating on. I pray that it will bless you.
> Isaiah 43:18-19
> "But forget all that--it is nothing compared to what I am going to do. For I am about to do a brand-new thing. See, I have already begun! Do you not see it? I will make a pathway through the wilderness for my people to come home. I will create rivers for them in the desert!"
> God Bless you, Nomi.
> -Jon

Thank you, Jon. Needed more badly than I can possibly express to you no matter how hard I try. Release has not come yet. It is unfathomable. Indescribable.

Thank you for the scripture. Oh, how I wish I could see it, feel it, believe it. He is about to do a brand-new thing. If I could feel any inkling of that .. . . . . I want to know it, but I am hobbled, crippled, immobilized by such severe terror that most every hour all I can do is beg for mercy, or beg for death. Beg to be out of pain, pain as severe as anything physical, pain severe enough to literally double me over and cause me to wail and moan in agony for hours every day. It is 3 years 7 months and 13 days. Straight. Unrelenting.

I am still fighting and fighting and fighting every day. I am forced to because I am unable to let go of life as much as I wish to. As much as I sometimes (every day!) beg to.

Need miracle fast. Now.

I figured you had forgotten about me. I find that it is hard for people sometimes to continue with me when month after month, and now year after year, there is no good news. I do not blame them. And I have my dear dear family an a few friends that has helped me survive every day of this nightmare and for that I know I am blessed.

So, thank you very much for remembering me. It helps to know. The Isaiah passage is inspiring. I hope that in time I will know what it means.






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