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943 - Lee Ann & Alan White
Monday, August 7, 2006 11:29
Monday Morning: I pray for Sydney and your family to have a better week. I pray for Sydney to be able to travel to New York next week. We are only a phone call away if there is any thing we can do to help.
Love, Lee Ann & Alan White
942 - Deborah and Jack Gunter
Monday, August 7, 2006 11:04
Dear James and Lynette, While I knnow this has been such a painful and gut-wrenching time for you and your family, I want to thank you for sharing your news so lovingly and openly about what you, your family and most importantly, little Sydney are going through. Your words are such encouragement to all of us. Please know that you are touching alot of lives. We think of you everyday and constantly have you in our prayers. This comes with alot of love.
941 - Gary Giles
Monday, August 7, 2006 08:20
We continue to lift you up in prayers. Our trip to Latvia was wonderful and we even had a reminder of your family as one of the boys at camp in Latvia looked like Johnson (although he spoke Russian).
We hope that you will find peace in Hebrews 11:1. "Now Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen". We pray that God will give you peace of mind and continue to heal Sidney. Have faith!
The Giles Family
940 - The Flecks
Sunday, August 6, 2006 14:43
Hi Thweatt Family,
Just got back in town and were anxious to read the latest on Sydney. Happy 7th birthday to Sydney! We're hoping and praying that you all can go to NY this week. We're here to help ANY way we can. We continue to pray for Sydney and your family daily.
939 - Karen Gilmore
Saturday, August 5, 2006 13:58
James and Lynette
As I read your latest entry (8/2) it made me think of the 8/2 entry in My Utmost for His Highest that talks about the teaching of adversity. It focuses on the verse in James 16:33 and Chambers says, "The typical view of the Christian life is that it means being delivered from all adversity. But it actually means being delivered in adversity, which is something very different." "God does not give us overcoming life-He gives us life as we overcome."
There is no doubt that your entire family is using this time of adversity to grow closer to the Lord and rely on His strength. You are such an encouragement to so many and our prayers are with you all and especially little Sydney.
938 - Vicki McCormack
Saturday, August 5, 2006 00:35
James and Lynette,
I am a Providence parent and although my daughter is not in the same grade as any of your children, I have followed Sydney's story through this website and some conversations with Susan Bryans.
Please know that our family's prayers continue to be with Sydney and with your entire family. As I was reading your thoughts on Romans 5:1-5, I went to my Vines expository dictionary, particularly to look up "hope" (perseverance, character, HOPE). Here is what I found:
hope - elpis, in the New Testament, "favorable and CONFIDENT expectation". Hope does not disappoint because we can have "confident expectation" in the Lord's promises...not "hope" like we might think of it in modern English; e.g., not hope like "I hope (wish?) it rains today". NO!!! HOPE in that we can have a "confident expectation" in relying upon God's grace and all the promises in/of the gospel. God ALWAYS shows up!
937 - Slade Sinak
Saturday, August 5, 2006 00:34
Sydney: I have a joke for you: why was the baby ant confused? Because all his uncles were ants. Ha ha love, slade
936 - The Castilla's
Saturday, August 5, 2006 00:06
We are thinking of you and praying for you all the time. We are still at Copper Mountain. Today we did this thing where you ride down the mountain on a giant razor like bike. We thought of Johnson the whole time!! Wouldn't he totally love it?! I praise God, who created these beautiful mountains, for giving your body more strength each day. We love you and miss your whole family! Love, The Castilla's
935 - Gribble Family
Friday, August 4, 2006 19:25
Hi Sydney! We have been thinking about you and your family. You are always in our prayers. Your faith in God reminds us how important it is to trust God and he will always be there for us and guide us. We want to tell your parents "thank you" for taking the time to keep everyone informed of how you are feeling. We also wanted to tell you how "beautiful" you look in your scrubs! Much love and many thoughts - Bailey, Colton Dalton Daron and Valerie
934 - Misty and Courtney
Friday, August 4, 2006 14:41
We just wanted to let you guys know that we are thinking of Syndey and your family. We will keep you guys in our prayers.
933 - Dannah Bekarian
Friday, August 4, 2006 01:48
I was so anxious to get back to this website after our vacation and read how Sydney was doing. She has been thru so much, you all have. Thank you so much for sharing your struggles and triumphs with us so that we can pray for you and with you, which we do constantly. I know Sydney doesn't know Chad, but he wants me to say "hi" to her from him!
932 - jan petree
Thursday, August 3, 2006 21:23
just want you to know that I think of yall everyday and my prayers continue. love you all. jan.
931 - John & Jackie Thompson
Thursday, August 3, 2006 19:35
Dear Sydney: We heard you had a good birthday yesterday. We think and pray about you everyday. Please know how much we love you, your brothers, and your Mom and Dad.
Jackie & John Thompson
930 - SuEllen and John Wilson
Thursday, August 3, 2006 18:48
Lynette and James, we pray for your precious Sydney and a successful trip to New York. May this beloved child have a full recovery very soon. Hang in there .. what would we do without the strenght of our Lord? Love SuEllen and John Wilson
929 - Aileen & Jack Pratt
Thursday, August 3, 2006 18:16
Dear Sydney, We didn't know it was your birthday until we read your guestbook today. Our whole family wants to wish you many blessings on your birthday. We pray for God to watch over you. We trust in His love. We pray for your whole family too. We send you Much love,
Aileen & Jack Pratt
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