Monday, August 07, 2006

Whole world in His hands ...

Can you find the bald guy in this picture?
This is from our trip to Houston for the CT scan in late July 2006 outside of the Museum of Natural History. We all remember the song the kids would sing, "He's got the whole world in His hands", well this is as close as I can get to understanding that concept. This 5,000lb. granite ball is floating on about 1/8th of an inch of water with a certain amount of water pressure - it would seem impossible, but here it is. There are alot of "impossibilities" in life that are possible if we just believe that they are, in fact, possible. May God open our eyes to all of the possibilities that we have, up to this point, believed could not happen. What He has done before, He can and will do again. We expect miracles - spiritual, physical, financial, emotional - the list goes on. Daily little miracles remind us of how awesome our God is. Well, I have gone and typed myself happy! Praise God.
Some good news today from my friend Jill. She was diagnosed with basically the same cancer I had back in December 2005. She also had surgery and is presently undergoing chemotherapy treatments. Her PET scan showed that the tumors in question had shrunk some. That is music to my ears and I know it was to hers. You see, another miracle. Lord, give us eyes to see and ears to hear.
Have a good evening. GW.

1 comment:

Tonja said...

great illustration! I'm encouraged by it...thanks!