Comfort

cushion2While at the National Cancer Center this past week, there were times when it was difficult to tell if the doctors or nurses were angels, but in any case some were the comfort of The Lord to me.

My cancer had advanced to the place where the vibration of the car was very uncomfortable during the 8 hour drive going up there. Even lying down across the back seat, there was no comfort.

While there, however, there was an angelic nurse, who seeing my discomfort went and found me a cushion to sit on. Over the past year I had tried several cushions and none of them seemed to help, but this one was different – amazingly so!

Two days before leaving, someone ran off with the cushion she had given me, but before our departure she managed to find another just like it, and that’s how Carleen and I managed to share the driving coming back to Golden Valley.  Pam, who was with us through it all, had driven us all the way there.  She had to leave for her home just before our return, and I was comforted all the way home, even while sitting in the drivers seat.

I am sitting on it even now as I write, and, yes, I am so very grateful to those with whom The Lord has surrounded me who seem more angelic than human!

Love!

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3 Responses to Comfort

  1. Frances says:

    God is so good. Bless you Pam!

  2. Pam says:

    Thank you Frances, I feel so blessed! So nice to hear from you.

    • Dear Pam and Frances, these are very climactic days for us in so many ways. From the greatest possibly fulfillment of all that I ever saw in Christ to the most painful I have ever experienced in the flesh. The pain can’t hold a candle to the passion. :-)

      Love

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