Sydney Thweatt


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2938 - Traes and Donna Howard
Saturday, June 2, 2007 18:05

We wanted you to know we are praying for your strength. May you feel God's love and peace overflowing to you today.

2937 - Heather Cawthon
Saturday, June 2, 2007 14:19

We have been keeping you in our prayers. We bought a cup with Sydney's name on it that we had intended to give you before you left for New York. Instead, we have kept it as a reminder to pray. Someone uses the cup everyday.

2936 - Christi Cowden Doenges
Saturday, June 2, 2007 12:20

Thinking of and praying for Sydney and your entire family.

2935 - Susie Ashbaugh
Saturday, June 2, 2007 00:25

Lynette and James,
I just read your recent posts, prompted by Mauri
Tardy's Providence e-mail. Your endurance, transparency, and reliance on the Lord is such clear evidence that He is sustaining you. May you continue to find God faithful. I'll be praying for Sydney. -SA

2934 - Haley Huffines
Friday, June 1, 2007 17:06

Just thinking about you Sydney and wanted to thank you for the phone call the other day! It was so nice of you and i can't wait for our slumber party! I told Emily all about it!!


2933 - Abby Hilliard
Friday, June 1, 2007 11:51

I was just thinking about you. I hope you are doing good. God is always with you.You are a special girl. love Abby

2932 - William Nowlin
Thursday, May 31, 2007 19:31

Dear Sydney,

Here are a few of my favorite jokes:

Q: What do you get when a hippopotamus plays in your room?
A: A HippopotaMESS.

Q: Where do sick kangaroos go?
A: To the hopsital.

Q: What kind of bird is a gulp?
A: It's like a swallow, only bigger.

Q: Why can't you take a turkey out for dinner?
A: It gobbles it's food.

Q: Why should you eat grasshoppers and frogs?
A: Doctors say green things are good for you.

Are you still in New York? Did you see the Statue of Liberty? Did you see the Empire State Building? Bye Sydney!

Love, William.

2931 - Susie and Gary Hutchison
Thursday, May 31, 2007 13:03

We have just received the latest news and are indeed in prayer today for our precious Little Sydney. Our hearts go out to each of you. Love, Susie and Gary

2930 - Amy Alford
Thursday, May 31, 2007 08:10

Hi James and Lynette,
i just got through praying for you guys. So many people, friends, ask me all the time,"how's little Sydney?" So many people are praying and concerned about her and y'all.
May you feel the Lord's arms around you, and know you are being lifted up by 1000's of people.

Wednesday, May 30, 2007 17:37

Hey, sydney, I miss seeing you. I'm the friend of Big Sydney that gave you some cosmetics. I'm Jinger, remember. Babe, I'm sorry you have been feeling bad. You are a precious angel. So many people love you and pray for you. Are your brothers being good? Love, Jinger and family.

2928 - Melinda Gilliam
Wednesday, May 30, 2007 09:15

We are still praying every day that little Sydney's stomach is improving and she is able to eat a little food that tastes good to her... Bless her sweet heart... May the strong arms of the mighty Lord carry you through this trial once again. You are so faithful, strong and brave... I pray this is a good day for you all!! Much love, Melinda

2927 - Heidi Holm
Wednesday, May 30, 2007 03:30

Praying for Syndney and all who are in her life daily. May God keep you close and may all of you feel His peace through this difficult time.

2926 - Wendy Howard
Wednesday, May 30, 2007 00:26

Hi Lynette,
I ran across this tonight and forgot I had such a treasure. I wanted to share it with you:

Do you ever feel too weary, worn, and beaten up by life to believe God can do anything wonderful and miraculous with you? I have noticed a pattern in my realtionship with God. Many times when He told me through His Word and prayer to believe Him for something very specific, over time the outlook on the matter dwindled from good to slim to utterly impossible before He brought it to pass. Keith and I are facing a matter right now. In fact, this morning the situation seemed to hit the 'impossible' category. While my stomach churned with concern, a smirk crossed my face as I thought, it might be prime time for the God show. He wants to make absolutely sure that we know He's the one who fulfills divine promises. We will rarely be able to conclude that any God-given destiny simply followed a natural course of events. . . Beloved, is anything 'too hard' for you right now? If so, you have the perfect setting for a miracle. Wonders come all sorts of ways, sometimes in the greater miracle that results when we don't get what we were so convinced we wanted and end up with something far more glorious. I do not hesitate to ask God for a miracle in circumstances and prospects that seem too hard--in one way or another--and rarely if ever has one not surfaced. God just as readily esteems what is 'too hard' for you.

Taken from "The Patriarchs" Bible Study by Beth Moore


2925 - Linda Ebert
Tuesday, May 29, 2007 16:49

Hello---we live in Georgia and are praying for you---God does hear and we are SO grateful that you are honoring Him with your lives. He will answer. We will continue to pray for healing and strength. We'll look forward to updates. Many people are praying for you, Sydney--your family, too!

2924 - Cheryl A. Jimenez
Tuesday, May 29, 2007 16:35

I am praying for Sydney and your family. I have found encouragment in the face of this little girls smile, during this time of sickness.
God is so faithful and He hears the cries of our hearts. Even though we do walk through valleys in our lives, God is faithful to carry us through those valleys until we reach the mountain tops. He never leaves us nor forsakes us! During our times of trails and pain, he is building our character. Just believe that you will be more like Christ when you get to the end of this trail! I pray that Sydney receives her healing and that you will be able to testify of God's healing power, but most of all of His loving mercy and His grace!

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