October 29, 2006

Fearfully And Wonderfully

Psalm 139:14
I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made;
Marvelous are Your works,
And that my soul knows very well.
Today it has been over 2 years since Noah's last seizure. You can read the long version of his story here, or a little bit about it here. This marks an awesome milestone. He is made fearfully- full of awe or reverence and wonderfully- excellent, great, amazing; extremely well.
I am not sure when I will stop counting the years and months since his last seizure. I know this two year mark is one I have been looking forward to for a long time now. I also know that it's somewhat of a battle scar: our sweet reminder of the blessings and healing we have seen and experienced with our very own eyes and hearts.


  1. Our God is good and His mercies endure FOREVER.......


  2. Noah's name seems to fit him perfectly -- the rainbow after the storm is the perfect picture of God's power and beauty.

    Your Noah is a great testimony of your family's faith in His power. Praise God that you now can enjoy the beauty too!

  3. I know you are gleeming today

  4. Amen. I am so happy to hear that he is doing well. What a wonderful God we have!

  5. A good friend of mine's little boy had the same problem. The doc said they'd stop when he turned 3 and sure enough, they stopped right at 3!

  6. I am filled with joy for you! what a blessing to your readers that you share Noah's story. It seems whenever I am having a day of doubt or little fatih, I can come here and find it again.
    God Bless you and your family!

  7. Are you able to wean him off the diet now or will you continue? His success is a true testament to your faith and dedication. I know personally how difficult it is to keep a child on a special diet. My youngest son is autistic and we tried the gluten and casein free diet for several months. (he didn't show any improvement)


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