Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Prayer!

Please pray for Witt. Witt had to be moved back to a critical care floor early this morning. His lungs have more fluid, his stomach was very distended and his heart rate was staying above 80. I am very grateful that Melanie chose not to go home with Witt on oxygen. We could have been home when all this happened. Once again this is tough. Once again we need the strength to walk, to walk as Christ. Sometimes its hard to see God's hand in all this but that's when we have to trust His heart...a heart that is faithful and infinitely loves Witt.

7 comments:

Raley Family Blog said...

We love you guys and are praying for healing, comfort and strength. Praying for God's love to totally surround and comfort you all!
Love, Alicia

kristin fulghum said...

i am so sad to hear that news. as i am reading this, the song 'famous one' is playing on my ipod. our God is famous for who he is and what he does. we will continue to pray for healing for witt and strength for his family. we love you guys.

Hilary said...

Praying for you little Witt!!!

Nancy said...

I'm so sorry for this setback. It's easy to say, "Stay strong," but another story to live it moment to moment. And, yet, that's what you are being called to do. Your testimony is mighty. Much good is taking place. Know that just when your knees begin to feel weak, you are being lifted up in prayer at that very moment by we who love you. Witt is exactly where he needs to be, as are you. You're so much stronger than you know. I love you!

Allison Connor said...

I will be praying for Witt and the rest of the family. God is in control and will carry you through. Blessings

Kay said...

I am so thankful that Witt was still there when this happened. It shows that God is still in control of the situation - whatever it is. We will be praying for a quick turnaround for Witt. Keep your sound faith in God as he is faithful to you all.

Mandi said...

"I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." Philippians 4:13

I am praying for a Jesus kind of strength for Witt and his family!