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613 - Suzy Mighell
Wednesday, June 14, 2006 14:13

Lynette and James, What a blessing it is to read your updates. It helps us know how to pray and lifts our faith to know how the Lord is being glorified throughout this trial. I found this verse this morning and the Lord prompted me to send it on to you. You are loved and thought of often! We are praying. "The Lord also will be a stronghold for the oppressed, a stronghold in times of trouble, and those who know Thy name will put their trust in Thee; for Thou, O Lord, hast not forsaken those who seek Thee." (NASB Ps.9:9-10) With love and hugs, The Mighells

612 - Janis Brous
Wednesday, June 14, 2006 13:47

Lynrtte and James, we have kept up wit your little angels progress through Marcee and Grant. Words seem so inadequate to express the sorrow that we feel for the two of you, Sydney and you boys. We are praying that the Holy Spirit-as promised will provide all your needs-and cover you with the fruits of the spirit. We have all heard the promise that the Lord won't ever give us more than we can handle and that all things work together for good for those that love him-I am praying that your faith will bring you into a full knowledge of these promises and that the comfort of the Lord will surround you on the journey.If there is anything we can do for you-please let me know. We will pray every day for a complete healing and for the rest of her treatment to be successful and easy on her precious body. We love you all. Janis and Sam Brous

611 - Yael Septee Kane
Wednesday, June 14, 2006 12:50

Aileen Pratt is my dearest friend and I have met your mother, Sydney. Aileen shared with me young Sydney's illness and I want you to know that I will keep all of you in my prayers on Saturday mornings when I go to synagogue. Please take hope in knowing that the 14 year old son of very close family friends just underwent a bone-marrow transplant at Johns Hopkins and, thank God, is doing very well. Also, one of my good friends here, now aged 45, had a bone marrow transplant when she was 28 and is doing great. I wish Sydney a speedy and complete recovery and wish you, her parents, much strength in getting through a difficult time.

610 - Cliff Prescott  (
Wednesday, June 14, 2006 11:59

Hi Sydney. My name is Cliff and my friends the Young's mentioned that you didn't feel well so I wanted to say hello and tell you that I'm think about you. I sure hope that you feel better soon. I really look forward to meeting you someday soon. Tell April to bring you to Lake Texoma sometime. I would Like that!
Your new friend.

609 - Erik Wait
Wednesday, June 14, 2006 11:20

Sydney, I hope that your days are getting better and that you will soon be getting to play at your own house and not the hospital. I have you in my prayers and I hope you are feeling better each and every day.

608 - The Petty Family
Wednesday, June 14, 2006 10:04

We love the updates. Thank you for sharing both the answered prayers and the prayer requests. We also love seeing the picture of Sydney.

We continue to pray daily for healing, strength for Sydney and the family, and peace.

The Pettys, (Gina, Scott, Byers, Ben, Margie and Clayton)

607 - The Wyma Family
Wednesday, June 14, 2006 09:30

We pray for you all daily. It amazes me the way our kids lift up Sydney... with full and complete confidence in God and what he can do, knowing that HE has great things in store for her.

I can't help but long for that innocent trust that unwaveringly rests in His power. When Sally was 6 months old, we sat where you are sitting for only a brief, but what seemed like a long, 10 days. She had a rare absess on her tonsil that was hard to diagnose and made her very sick. I remember the anxiety Jon & I felt (as well as exhastion!) -- trusting the doctors, making sure we had the right approach to her treatment, making sure the other kids were taken care of, the list goes on... Yet we knew that God, more times than any other commandment, tell us "do not fear" ... to not be anxious.

My prayer for you today is that your heart can be victorious in this wonderful admonishment... That the words that follow this command, almost every time it is given, can give you the strength and courage to rest in his directive -- "For the Lord, YOUR GOD, is with you wherever you go." Then to think about what that means... who is saying these words... who is actually at your side. David in Psalm 77, after a night of struggling, sleepless, troubled, finds great comfort in remembering who it is that made such a promise:

"Then I thought, 'To this I will appeal: the years of the right hand of the Most High.' I will remember the deeds of the LORD; yes, I will remember your miracles of long ago. I will meditate on all your works and consider all your mighty deeds. " ... and David does. He remembers the deeds and the power that exceeds everything we know.

It is that power who is saying to you ... to your family ... to your sweet Sydney, "I am with you." May your day be filled with thoughts and rememberances of the amazing true works of the Lord ... from never leaving Adam & Eve even after they deserted him, to meticulously supplying provisions and and a boat to save his creation, to unexplainably parting an enormous body of water so his people could walk behind him on dry ground, to the countless victories promised and delivered, to all the prophesies given and fulfilled, to the ultimate sacrifice followed by a resurrected body that never died again ... It is that God who knows, loves and has seen every hair that has fallen off a beautiful little head, and that promises victory and peace that really do transcend any understanding.

We love you and will keep you in our daily prayers.

606 - Angela Gscheidlen
Wednesday, June 14, 2006 07:04

I got the mails about Sydney over the MOPS Hompage. we had been in the US with our two kids Anne (8) and Daniel (6) and they both learned english therelast year. If you like, anne could write a letter to Sydney. Maybe getting mail from somebody several thousand miles away would be a nice surprise for her. We will pray for you. I really admire your faith.
God bless all of you angela and family

605 - Laurie Richardson
Tuesday, June 13, 2006 23:40

So glad to find your site and be able to see your prayer requests and praises. How awesome that God is glorified in your lives even in this time. Our prayers are for you all, for strength, peace, joy and quick, complete healing.
Laurie Richardson

604 - Jan
Tuesday, June 13, 2006 23:12

Just a short note to say . . I will be praying for all of you.
A renual of spirit for each of you. God Bless all of you.
May HE lift you up..

603 - fayefuller
Tuesday, June 13, 2006 22:10

hello sydney i really missed you . i ve been out of town with my husband . well i hope you are feeling better. you just keep on having that good faith that your mom &dad has taught you . because you are a child of god.i will love thee, o lord; my strength. the lord is my strength, in whom iwill trust; i will call upon the lord, who is worthy to be praised; sydney i'm praying for you to a speeding recovery. love faye . and lynette&james im praying your strength in the lord .because you and your childrens are truely ablessing to the school , we all love them very much.

602 - Jenee & Mike Moore
Tuesday, June 13, 2006 21:31

James, Lynette, Sydney and family, we will keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers. Laura called today and told us about Sydney. I read that you are coming up here to Memorial Sloan Kettering. We are right outside of Manhattan, so let me know if we can help out in any way. We have plenty of room, if anyone needs a place to stay. We would love to help! Take Care and God Bless you all.
Jenee (Paine) Moore & family

601 - Tara Porter
Tuesday, June 13, 2006 17:41

I am praying for you daily and my family is, as well. It is so good to get the updates through this.

Sending lots of love and many prayers your way! Love, Miss Porter

600 - maddi dunton
Tuesday, June 13, 2006 17:26

i anm praying for you!

maddi dunton

599 - Ann-Claire Carlson
Tuesday, June 13, 2006 15:14

Thanks for the web page updates. We are praying specifically and daily. "The eternal God is a dwelling place, and underneath are the everlasting arms;..." (Deut 33:27) We pray that you are at peace in the everlasting arms.
Scott, Ann-Claire, Susanna & John Carlson

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