Update from Jeff – Selahs Daddy

Selah starts her first chemo tomorrow. After another spinal test, they will begin the port for her Chemo. Leukemia is still present in her bone marrow  We pray as we walk this road we may be a blessing to others that pass this way. This is just acceptance t a circumstance we asked not to walk.  Today in my praise and prayer I was reminded that Jesus sweated blood drops to ask this cup to pass… then said.. not my will but thine be done.  He then walked triumphantly to the cross.  Not the pomp of man, but the will of God for us.  I believe Jesus suffered enough, he bore our pain and our sorrows.  So as satan saw defeat, Jesus brought victory.  I struggle with teh worlds view of Jesus when all he offered was forgiveness, healing, and hope.  My hope is in my faith that the forgiveness he gave brings me healing.  Healing in my spirit that others need forgiveness and that healing happens in his time not on my demands.  So I praise him in this storm that he is who he is, he does what he does, he did what he did and he will do what he will do on earth as it is in heaven.

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One Response to Update from Jeff – Selahs Daddy

  1. Zoey's mom says:

    Dear sweet family of Selah,
    We are the Neehams and we, or rather our courageous little girl Zoey, has traveled this unfair road. However, we say with grateful and humbled and joyous hearts, that today at the tender age of nearly 5 1/2, she has been in remission for over 3 years. If we can help you, in any way as you navigate this uncertain road, please feel free to contact us at anytime. Day or night. One of our older daughters printed out the lyrics of “Praise You in the Storm”, and those lyrics hung in her hospital room at the beginning of each of her rounds. Those lyrics were our strength in our weakness.

    Prayers to you all. Especially your darling daughter. I will tell you as I have told each of the families that we have been blessed to come in contact because of Zoey’s diagnosis and that is: that child of yours will be your guide. Her resilient spirit will be what you follow in the dark hours and your faith will be your beacon of hope.

Thank you for caring and praying

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