Today is New Years Day, 2014.
On New Years Day 2004, I was in the hospital recovering from cancer surgery with a 4-inch vertical incision straight through my belly button, and a third of my large intestine removed.
That was the lowest point of my life…
A few months ago, while rummaging (yes rummaging) through some old stuff, I found a video clip of me in the hospital, shot immediately after I came out of surgery.
I was in recovery, barely conscious, waiting to be taken to a room. But somehow I managed to film myself for a few moments.
I don’t even remember doing this, but I’m glad I did.
Seeing myself so fragile and weak reminds me of how far I’ve come, and how good God is.
He lead me in the path of healing, restored my health, and has since blessed me with a beautiful family.
I praise the Lord that I am alive and well ten years later to share this with you.
All glory belongs to Him!
In 2014, I pray that you prosper and be in good health just as your soul prospers.
(3 John 1:2)
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