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2038 - James & Zelda Rains
Sunday, December 17, 2006 22:48
God Bless All of You ! Just Fantastic !
2037 - Cherryl Makatura
Sunday, December 17, 2006 21:23
Thanks for the update. We will keep praying for Sydney for healing, easing of pain, increasing strength and times of joy also for peace and rest for the entire family. We are asking God to give you an especially sweet Christmas together.
2036 - Jeannie/Massage Therapist
Sunday, December 17, 2006 21:20
Dear Sydney, I am so excited to hear the news, You just rest your little body and let god do his work in you.
You have come so far and it has been so hard for you. So many people have prayed and are praying for you and your healing. Constantly you are in my heart and prayers. Sleep well and show them how strong you are.
2035 - Patty Huffines (http://www.sydneythweatt.com)
Sunday, December 17, 2006 20:46
Dear James, Lynette and Family,
Joyous news in your recent letter. Miracles do occur! We have all been waiting and holding our breath each day as we waited for time to pass and hoping that the news would be good, and it is indeed! We have been praying so hard for Sydney and you and our prayers were answered. We are anxious for our trip to New York in hopes of at least seeing you and the family. We just want you all to know that we love you and we pray for you and Sydney daily. We are also praying for the fungus to stay away, for Sydney to remain healthy and for her health to be completely restored. God certainly has some interesting plans and we all are wondering what they are and where it will lead us. We pray that he will keep all of you and us in his hands and guide us to do what is right and good. The transplant wait is now over and we thank God for that. Now we wait to see if it has begun to take. I am remaining faithfully in all ways, Patty
2034 - THE JAVAHERI'S (http://www.sydneythweatt.com/)
Sunday, December 17, 2006 20:19
I MET YOUR GRAND FATHER ON THE PLANE TO DALLAS,AND HE TOLD ME YOUR STORY ,MY NAME IS ROBERT JAVAHERI WE HAVE THREE CHILDREN TWO GIRLS
AND ONE SON THEY ARE GABRIELLA 11 ,ARIELLA 9 AND JONATHAN 4 WE ALL LOVE
OUR CHILDREN AND WILL DO ANYTGHING FOR THEM ,YOU SEEM TO BE A VERY SPECIAL PERSON AS ALL YOUR FAMILY ARE NEXT TO YOU ,YOU ARE THE MIRACLE OF YOUR FAMILY AS YOU HAVE BROUGHT THEM ALL TOGETHER YOU HAVE LOTS OF LOVE AND PRAYERS FROM YOUR PARENTS ,YOUR BROTHER AND SPECIALLY GRANDMA, AND GRANDPA ,AS WE HEARD YOUR STORY MY CHILDREN AND ALL OF US ARE PRAYING FOR YOUR FAST RECOVERY SO YOU CAN SOON GO BACK HOME AND BE WITH YOUR FREINDS AND FAMILY IF THE HOSPITAL ALLOWES WE WOULD LIKE TO GIVE YOU A VISIT ,YOUR GRANDPA IS VERY VERY PROUD OFYOU AND LOVES YOU VERY MUCH IF YOU LIKE I COULD HAVE MY DAUGHTERS E-MAIL YOU ,GOD BLESS YOU AND WE PRAY FOR YOUR FAST AND HEALTHY RECOVERY AS I KNOW THAT THIS HOLIDAY YOUR WELL BEING IS ON EVERY ONES WISH LIST.
WISHING YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ALL THE BEST,
THE JAVAHERI FAMILY .
2033 - Aileen & Jack Pratt
Sunday, December 17, 2006 20:10
Dear Lynette and James. We are rejoicing in this positive and hopeful report! We are praying for Sydney and for you all.
Love, Aileen & Jack
2032 - Sam Clare
Sunday, December 17, 2006 19:22
I hope you can get better soon and be able to come home soon. I hope you are comforted by God's hand and you will be better.
2031 - Jason Gazaway
Sunday, December 17, 2006 18:35
My thoughts and prayers are with Sydney and the whole family.
"I have called you back from the ends of the earth so you can serve me. For I have chosen you and will not throw you away. Don't be afraid, for I am with you. Do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you. I will help you. I will uphold you with my victorious right hand." (Isaiah 41:9-10)
"Do not be afraid or discouraged, for the Lord is the one who goes before you. He will be with you; He will neither fail you nor forsake you. " (Deut. 31:8)
I am trusting God to uphold Sydney and the family with His "VICTORIOUS" right hand and to show Himself mightily.
2030 - Jan and Don McIlhenny
Sunday, December 17, 2006 18:25
I kinda want to shout with joy (softly) after reading the report today. I come to the computer everyday and check on this precious and amazingly brave child. Our lessons this morning in church were to wait patiently for the Lord but at the same time have expectations of the goodness that is to come. Prepare for it.
Isaiah 40:27 How can you say that the Lord doesn't see our troubles and isn't being fair? Don't you yet understand? Don't you know by now that the everlasting God, the Creator of the farthest parts of the earth, never grows faint or weary? No one can grab the depths of his understanding. He gives power to the tired and worn out, and strentgh to the weak.
So lets be patient and believe!And thanks always for keeping us informed. I pray our prayers are keeping you in peace.
Our love to Big Sydney, JL and your entire family.....Jan and Don
2029 - The Bush Family
Sunday, December 17, 2006 18:18
Our family is rejoicing to hear such a hopeful report! During our family's prayers throughout the day (mealtime, bedtime), at least one of our kids will always remind us to pray for Sydney. I have seen them all grow in their prayer life and level of compassion due to your experience. Thank you for sharing so openly with all of us. Much love, Nell, Shelby & kids
2028 - Susan Esco
Sunday, December 17, 2006 15:09
I just wanted to tell you about a special woman who is praying for you and asks about you when I see her on Sundays at church. You see, she has a granddaughter, Brittany, who is about your age and she is going through many of the things you are because she also has ADL. It was a happy day today because Brittany was able to go to Sunday school for the first time in weeks.She has a precious smile like you and it looks a little different today because she lost a tooth!She was excited about that. We are praying for the happy day when you get to go to Sunday school too. I think about both of you often and talk to Jesus about you too. Your Aunt Marcee gave me one of your bracelets and I have one for Brittany also. Hers is Blue and yellow. I believe you and Brittany would be good friends if you knew each other.I hope you might even get to meet some day.
We love you all! Susan
2027 - addie tamlyn
Sunday, December 17, 2006 15:07
we are praying for sydney!!!
2026 - Dee Ann Payne
Sunday, December 17, 2006 15:01
We Episcopalians are very big on Advent and always talk of the world holding its breath as it waited for Christ's arrival. Since Advent season began, I have had the sensation of us all holding our breath waiting to hear good news of Sydney. I knew it was coming I just didn't know how long we would have to wait. So now we rejoice and sing Hallelujiah for the transplant and the positive x-ray. I know that this is a battle fought in minutes.We constantly pray that the good minutes turn into hours, then days, and then years. We keep praying and believing!!
love Dee Ann and Family
2025 - rebecca lutz
Sunday, December 17, 2006 12:52
It's a beautiful Sunday in Dallas and I'm in the throne room pleading for Sydney. The Lord led me to a wonderful quotation from Charles Spurgeon: "God, the eternal God, is our support at all times, especially when we are sinking into deep trouble. There are seasons when we sink quite low . . . Dear child of God, even when you are at your lowest, underneath are the everlasting arms."
Deuteronomy 33:27 says "The eternal God is your refuge, and underneath are the everlasting arms. . ."
My prayer today is that you all my find rest in His everlasting arms.
2024 - Kristin Stiehl
Sunday, December 17, 2006 11:35
I am praying for Sydney and your family every day.
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