Thursday, March 8, 2018


Ephesians 3:20-21 Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us, to Him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus to all generations, forever and ever. Amen.

I certainly feel with Paul today the beauty of this verse,  
And I'll try to make things understandable and terse.
In my blog, which follows, explanations will be made,
And through medical lingo, I will not go, or try to wade.
I thank my my son, and my Lord for help in this ordeal, 
We rode in our Buick, both were at the steering wheel.
God does abundantly more than I could ever ask
And in that praise I really want to bask. (RP)

I believe we had our best round trip to Swedish hospital in the five we made so far.. Things went pretty well on time, although there always seems to be delays we did not expect. I was checked in, which is quite a process. Dr. Sniezek explained what he would do. I cannot duplicate his words. They are too complicated. All I know is that he did a laryngosopy with vocal chord injection. With sophisticated scopes, he was watching my voice box, as he carefully went through my mouth for the special injection. It did not take long, but recovery was in two phases. All went well and I was released and Rawlie drove me  home. I am not supposed to use my voice very much for the 24 hours. So how do you get a preacher to be quiet. It was refreshing as we witnessed to the attendants, two of them were born again Christians,  Thank you dear friends for praying. This morning I wanted Rawlie to hear my first word to see how I was doing. I think it went well. 

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