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2428 - Mary Interrante
Monday, February 26, 2007 02:56
We pray that God reassures you that He is in control, and that He will renew your spirits as you carry out your difficult daily demands.
Love and prayer,
2427 - Reina Alvarado
Friday, February 23, 2007 22:11
Hi this is Reina from mrs.elledges class and i heard that you have gotten really much better! I gueste all of our prayers for you helped. well i hope you get more better and will be able to go home with your family! well don't forget we have you in our prayers!:).....
2426 - al and carol
Friday, February 23, 2007 09:56
we are continually encouraged by all of you.
we are praying for and with you.
2425 - Mark & Tersa Bristol
Wednesday, February 21, 2007 02:12
Our prayers are with your family every night.
2424 - Janet Brownlee
Tuesday, February 20, 2007 17:26
I am so happy to hear that you are outpatients and that Sydney is having fun doing "kid stuff" again. I will pray for complete healthy growth of the bone marrow and complete recovery for Sydney. I will pray for you, Lynette...that God will give you time with Him, restore your strength, give you rest, encouragement, and peace of mind and guidance as you administer the medications to Sydney and perform your many acts of service for your daughter and family. James, I pray that God will strengthen you mentally, physically and spiritually as you minister to your family and help them see the big picture. Praise God for the big picture!
Taken aside by Jesus, To feel the touch of His hand; To rest for a while in the shadow Of the Rock in a weary land.
Taken aside by Jesus, In the loneliness dark and drear, Where no other comfort may reach me, Than His voice to my heart so dear.
Taken aside by Jesus, To be quite alone with Him, To hear His wonderful tones of love 'Mid the silence and shadows dim.
Taken aside by Jesus, Shall I shrink from the desert place; When I hear as I never heard before, And see Him "face to face"?
(from "Streams in the Desert" by Mrs. Charles E. Cowman, copyright 1925
I hope you are "taken aside by Jesus" many times in these weeks of transition so you may feel his constance presence and love. Janet
2423 - fayefuller
Tuesday, February 20, 2007 15:01
HELLO JAMES &LYNETTE I HAVE NOT WRITTEN IN A WHILE WITH SCHOOL STUFF GOING ON . JUST WANTED TO SAY THAT I GRATEFUL FOR A LITTLE GIRL SUCH AS SYDNEY. WHO HAS NOTHING BUT JOY FOR THE LORD. I"M SO GLAD TO SEE HER ON TO A SPEEDING RECOVERY.IT"S SO AMAZING TO HAVE WONDERFUL PARENTS THAT ARE STRONG IN CHRIST . GOD WILL ALWAYS BE YOUR STRENGTH IN THE MORNIN,WHEN YOU RISE UP GOD WILL BE YOUR SALVATION.
2422 - Patty Huffines (http://www.sydneythweatt.com)
Tuesday, February 20, 2007 08:43
It is with peace and great joy that I continue to read about Sydney's recovery. She is an amazing young child that has experienced so much. We are so thankful to God for his many blessings in this life and he continues to bless all your family with positive and good news. I am sure at times that it is hard to see beyond what you are experiencing at the moment, but for those of us on the sidelines it is miraculous. We see huge steps where you might only see small baby steps, only because you live it everyday. Lynette and James, I admire your wisdom and beliefs and can only say that you are the best parents in every way. You have had to deal with the unimaginable, while we deal with the mundane things. While they say the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence, let us all remember to thank God each day for the baby steps that occur or for the beautful sunrise that we are all lucky to be here and experince. My love to the family and especially for Sydney's continued recovery. My prayers of complete recovery and that you come back to Texas soon continue. Love to all, Patty
2421 - Jeff and Kenna Coats
Monday, February 19, 2007 16:13
James, Long time since Pine Cove!! Kenna have been praying for Sydney and your family. We are in Ray and Ann's small group. Thanking God for all the good news!!!
2420 - Maggie murchison
Sunday, February 18, 2007 21:58
Lynette- all you are doing is for the glory of the Lord. Think of Brother Andrew who honored God while washing the dishes....He is there for you when you have a "quiet minute" he is also there when you are to busy to stop. You are my hero...you are amazing....maggie
2419 - Linda Tikalsky
Sunday, February 18, 2007 21:37
To all of the Thweatts,
Praise the Lord! Sydney, you look fantastic. Your hair and mine is almost the same length. Only difference is mine is white! I am home since Jan 22 and it is wonderful. Vallecito is beautiful and white, but now very deep.
Can hardly wait until you can visit. Lynette, you are doing the Lord's work with the medication, IV care and administration, as well as lessons. Time is short, so just say the Jesus prayer. He will e instandly with you and refresh you.
I am walking 1/2 mile twice a day and sometimes 1 mile all at once. Am going to try to ski in March. Love to you all, Linda
2418 - April
Sunday, February 18, 2007 14:47
Hi Sydney! I hope you are having a good day. Baby Eli is doing just great and he scares me at how strong he is already. He lifts his neck up when I am trying to burp him and he is only 9 days old!! Steven, Lawson, Eli, and I love you and your Mommy very much.
2417 - Suzy Boldrick
Saturday, February 17, 2007 23:03
Lynette and James, I am sooooo thrilled to read our last note. Please know that I am praying for both you and Lynette to have the strength to continue in yur journey with Sydney. We know he gives strength to those who believe. God bless you both. Do tell Myna and Jack that my Kelly gave birth to an eight lb. boy on valentines day, Mother, child and daddy are doing very well. Take care of yourselves and God Bless Suzy B.
2416 - Mary Interrante
Saturday, February 17, 2007 06:25
I will continue to remember each of your special needs in my prayers. Your daily sacrifices (Lynette with Sydney, James with the rest of the family, Sydney with illness, Brothers with life out of the norm) and that it will be valiantly energized and rewarded by God. He never forgets his faithful servants! You may not have the same kind of quiet time with the Lord, however, every minute of sacrifice can be an open prayer with God. Prayer and devotion in times of trial become more of a "trust" time: trusting God's promises, relying on the wisdom of your past walks with God, clinging to the Holy Scriptures imbedded in the memory logs of your mind, trusting in the wisdom and support of other Christians. My father is an army war veteran. His stories of living a Christian life in the midst of war are very practical. Stuck in trenches and mud and rain in Korea for days and days, talking with army chaplains about making and finding time to be with God were trying to say the least. The things that the army chaplains conveyed to him and he shared with us growing up, was that your devotion and prayer takes a different form in times of trial or extreme circumstance. I will pray that you will find a new way, accept it, and allow God to renew your spirit in it. My favorite prayer in urgent trial moments is: God, help me to do more than I think I can do for your Name's sake.
May God bless you for your faithful, loving service,
2415 - angela cha
Friday, February 16, 2007 20:53
I'm so happy that Sydney is on her way to recovery. Thanks so much for the sweet treats you left us for Valentine's Day. We all enjoyed them very much. I pray that every precious day brings you closer to going home. =) Keep me update on her progress. I miss seeing Sydney everyday... I miss her teasing me about my small eyes. =)
2414 - Mary & Alex Lamar
Friday, February 16, 2007 12:21
Praise the Lord for all He has done. Thank you for being faithful servants to Him. We are praying for Sydney and for all of you. God Bless. --the Lamars
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