Psalm 121:3 (NAS)
once told me:
Give all your troubles to God
will be up all night anyway.
Laura were both young brides who met in the
corridors of the
heart/lung transplant at the Mayo Clinic in
her husband Rod had been married only three
months when they found out Rod had a major
heart problem and he needed
a transplant. They had been waiting
for a donor heart for a few
months now and Rod's condition
continued to deteriorate.
her husband Bill were there awaiting a heart
condition was far more serious than Rod's so
it was deemed that
Bill would be getting the next available
twenty four hours Rod took a turn for the
worse and Bill was
still the chosen candidate for the heart.
Laura and Bill knew
what they had to do. Rod and Bill
were both the same as far
as compatibility for the heart, and
Laura and Bill were Christians.
They knew their God would take care
of them, and they had heard
that Rod would die within a few hours
without this heart.
Bill asked to talk to their medical team
and asked them to give the hear to Rod. They
were asked if they were sure and they
both nodded their head in agreement
as they held
hands. They were
in their seventies and knew they could trust
the Lord to see them through. Their faith
was so very strong.
recovery was a miraculous one and the two
families are very close to this day. Bill
got his new heart also a short while later
and he is recovering nicely.
say's she had many many people praying for
both Rod and Bill and she credits God for
the whole process. She says when you love
others and do for them like she and Bill do,
God will do the rest.
Praise God for all Your wondrous miracles!