We set off very early this morning to get to Liam's appointment on time. He had his bible that he wanted to leave in the waiting room. When we got there it was a very small room with just a couple of chairs and only two magazines. Liam wasn't sure about leaving it there but in the end we decided it would be a good place. The bible he gave away this time came from a friend we met at Biltmore Baptist. She did not know at the time but a Holman Christian Standard Bible is the same translation of bible that he first asked to give away when he was seven. He likes that Christ's words are all in red! We placed an inscription inside the front cover. He also got to pray for the person that will pick up this bible with his friends DJ and Ethan Langley last night. I was privileged to be a apart of that prayer and it was a powerful time with those three boys.
The staff came and took Liam in about twenty minutes after nine. He was in great spirits as they gave him hospital scrubs to wear. Everything went well for the MRI. The technicians said that Liam was really great. He did have to have an IV inserted in his arm so that was a bit sore when he came out just over an hour and fifteen minutes later. The tech's said he was so brave that they gave him the scrubs for being so good. He was thrilled. They also let us take a few shots so you could see the MRI machine.
Liam is now sleeping but I know he would want to thank all of you that were praying for him this morning. Hopefully, we will have some news soon as to the plans for his surgery on November 5th. We will let you know as soon as we do so you can be more specific in your prayers. God Bless!