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2923 - Gina Happel
Tuesday, May 29, 2007 09:51

We serve an awsome God and he will bring peace during all storms! Crawl up to Daddies lap and let him wrap his loving arms around you both while you both gain strength. He will give you both the courage and strength to do what ever it takes to come through this time.But I have found that we are even closer to God when in the worlds eyes we should feel the furtherest away.Feed on his word,all the love he has surrounded you with and laugh often and this to shall pass! God has a plan and each of you will be able to spread how amazing our Fathers grace and healing powers are to all who just ask and expect to receive. You will both be in my prayers for peace in this storm and may you see the hand of Jesus reaching out -just never take your eyes off of him to look at your surcomstances because it is then that we start doubting what he is and can do in our lives. Blessings,Strength,Peace that Passes All Understanding,Courage
to Weather the Storm and find all the beauty and blessings that we received in the midst of
the storm as we are surrounded by his presence always!
Sincerely,
Gina Happel



2922 - Gina Happel
Tuesday, May 29, 2007 09:51

We serve an awsome God and he will bring peace during all storms! Crawl up to Daddies lap and let him wrap his loving arms around you both while you both gain strength. He will give you both the courage and strength to do what ever it takes to come through this time.But I have found that we are even closer to God when in the worlds eyes we should feel the furtherest away.Feed on his word,all the love he has surrounded you with and laugh often and this to shall pass! God has a plan and each of you will be able to spread how amazing our Fathers grace and healing powers are to all who just ask and expect to receive. You will both be in my prayers for peace in this storm and may you see the hand of Jesus reaching out -just never take your eyes off of him to look at your surcomstances because it is then that we start doubting what he is and can do in our lives. Blessings,Strength,Peace that Passes All Understanding,Courage
to Weather the Storm and find all the beauty and blessings that we received in the midst of
the storm as we are surrounded by his presence always!
Sincerely,
Gina Happel



2921 - The Raybourn's
Monday, May 28, 2007 11:04

We are all at home today in Dallas enjoying the rainy weather and thinking and praying for Sydney's continued healing and for your unending strength through Christ our Lord.

Susan, Kyle, Zach, Michelle, Scott and Rosie



2920 - Lucinda and Barry Buford
Monday, May 28, 2007 10:57

We continue to pray without ceasing! We ask that the Lord carry you on wings of eagles, so that you may have strength, and not grow weary -
In His Peace,



2919 - Dee Ann Payne
Sunday, May 27, 2007 21:38

Dear Lynette, We went out to dinner tonight and ran into lots of people that we knew from lots of different places. Later on it occured to me that each one of them had some sort of connection to the Thweatt family and that each of them had been praying for Sydney. I feel fairly certain that each of them had prayed for her today. I was overwhelmed by the feeling of connection to the body of Christ , and this is just a small example of the supplications on Sydney's behalf. In the midst of the battle I hope that you occasionally can feel that connection too. Now that the fast is over I hope that Sydney's system is quiet and at peace. I know how wonderful it must be for both of you to have the boys there. We pray each day for God's blessing on your family and for Sydney's complete recovery. much love , Dee Ann



2918 - hb/jb
Sunday, May 27, 2007 18:10

James,

Thank you for the update, although our hearts grieve at the physical and emotional strain of this upon Sydney her family. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you daily. Also, please know that your lives witness to thousands of people about God's all sufficient grace in the face of suffering.



2917 - Peggy Martin Dyess
Sunday, May 27, 2007 16:57

Prayers are sent your way for a miracle.

Love to all!



2916 - Patty Huffines  (http://www.sydneythweatt.com)
Sunday, May 27, 2007 12:26

Dear Family,

The several days of no food and water has passed and I pray that this relieved Sydney of her pain and discomfort. I pray that she is healing quickly and feeling better soon. We are constantly praying for Lynette to stay strong and determined and for Sydney's spirit to remain high. We love you all and hope to see you all soon. Love, Patty



2915 - mom2times
Saturday, May 26, 2007 18:01

Jesus heal and give strength to Sydney's body. Jesus said to have the faith of a child, and Sydney's Yours. Deliver her from this crippling ailment and restore her body whole again. Be with her parents and continue to draw them close to You. In Jesus Name I ask these things through faith that I know only You the Lord God Almighty can do. Amen.



2914 - Laura Benedict
Saturday, May 26, 2007 15:55

I am praying today that our Lord who is the God of all comfort would show you again His steadfast love and tender mercies. For "The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases, His mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness. The Lord is my portion says my soul, therefore I will hope in Him." Lamentations 3:22,23
There is a song our family sings that has reminded me of you. Hymns are often what stir my heart and fix my eyes on Christ.
O LOVE THAT WILT NOT LET ME GO
O love that wilt not let go, I rest my weary soul in Thee;
I give thee back the life I owe, That in Thine ocean depths it flow, may richer fuller be.
O Light that follow'st all my way, I yield my flickering torch to Thee; My heart restores its borrowed ray, that in Thy sunshine's blaze its day may fairer, brighter be.
O Joy that seekest me through pain, I cannot close my heart to Thee; I trace the rainbow through the rain and feel the promise is not vain that morn shall tearless be.
May the peace of Christ be with you precious Sydney and Lynette. His peace is not fragile or vaporous. It is thick, it runs deep and cannot be altered by any circumstance. Your are firmly in His grip and we look to Him and trust in Him while we wait with you for His glory to be revealed.




2913 - Karen Maynard Walsh
Saturday, May 26, 2007 14:04

It is my honor to pray for Sydney (thanks for the update 2MOMS). God is the great physician and I know that HE is glorified by how your family has handled this illness. May peace and strength come just when you need it - continue to look up to his face. I join in prayer with you during this fast.




2912 - judy and bunny
Saturday, May 26, 2007 11:44

just broke my heart today to read that Sydney is so sick.
we are praying as hard as we can. All of you are never ever far from and thoughts and prayers. Sydney will be healed.
We love you all so much. judy and bunny



2911 - Sara Fry
Saturday, May 26, 2007 09:30

Dear Ones, Our visit helped us to know how to pray for Sydney and for all of you. May God grant his mercy, peace and blessings on you all. You are loved.
Sara Fry



2910 - Jerry Schemmel
Saturday, May 26, 2007 09:06

Hi Sydney.

Just wanted to let you know that I'm praying for you. God is good. He will never leave you, no matter what.

You're an awesome girl!

Jerry Schemmel
Denver, Colorado



2909 - leslie merrick
Saturday, May 26, 2007 00:15

Lynette, I can't believe this is the first time I've written you during this whole ordeal. I think I'm intimidated by this format, since it's so public (I'd make a terrible blogger). Anyway, I feel so connected to you since we pray for Sydney almost every day -- I don't think we've sat down to a family meal this whole year without one of the kids (usually Catherine or Matthew) praying for her. Today at Fine Arts Day Johnson and Matthew were posted on the back top row for the hymn medley (w/ Jillian Fitzpatrick in between)-- it was beautiful, as always, especially the hymn "In Christ Alone." I hope you have that one w/ you on a CD. The last day of school seemed a bit more subdued than ususal. Dave Leeman had emergency back surgery yesterday, so Barbara was scrambling to replace him. Fortunately, Stephen Nielson was available, and she pressed him into service on his last day as a Providence parent! It was also pouring down rain the whole day, so the football field picnic was held in the carpool line --not a huge incentive to linger. Still, it was a sweet day and I once again thought gratefully of the scripture and hymns that are now hidden in these children's hearts. In this past week, your name has come up so much -- maybe because it was a year ago that James spoke at chapel, maybe because of the gvhd trouble -- anyway, I can't tell you how much you & Sydney are a part of the daily conversation and life at Providence, even in your absence. Reminders are everywhere. So, be encouraged that God has stirred a disproportionately large number of people who feel compelled to pray for Sydney and for you. We're privileged to be a small part of that big group, and we'll especially be praying for Sydney on this final 24 hours of her fast -- and for you as you have the harder task of watching and waiting.




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