Wednesday, 5 November 2008

Liam Surgery Day Update # 2

We just recieved an update from the OR. The surgeons are closing and Liam has done really well. Dr. Singh will be out to talk to us in about 45 minutes. We should get to see Liam after that. We are so thankful to Jesus. Praise the Lord for all that He has done.


  1. We are so grateful that things are going well. We love you guys.
    Brigitte & Tat

  2. I am happy to hear that things have gone well. I will continue to pray. Peace be with you.

  3. We will pray for you at home church tonight. Let us know how we can help.
    Dan, Noelia, Danelia and Joshua.

  4. I'm so glad that how well things are going! I'm praying for you all! Love you!!

  5. Merciful Lord,

    Please be with Liam and his family as they trust in your care and providence. May the power of your healing hand be upon this faithful young boy.

    In Christ,


  6. Hi liam,
    I hope you are doing well.

  7. YEA GOD!!!! I love you Kimberley. You have not been far from my mind all day. I am continuing to pray for you......

    thanks for the update....keep them coming.


  8. Kim,

    Thanks for letting us know. I'm off to prayer meeting, our church sent out a email this morning asking for prayer for Liam today, I'm glad to be able to give this update.


  9. I've been praying all day non-stop!.. I know GOD is working overtime on this! Thanks for the update!

    In HIM,

  10. Liam and family,

    We have been thinking and praying for you all day today. We know Jesus is holding you extra close right now. He always takes care of his children.

    Steve, Beatriz and Sammy

  11. Praise the Lord for the good news so far. Your family at Mt. Airy is still praying hard for all of you!


  12. Liam,
    I thought of you and your family all day. I am so happy to read that everything went well. You are so brave and strong. I really admire you. I will continue to pray for you.
    Can't wait to see you!
    Maika Gergereau

  13. Dear Liam, Jason, & Kim,
    As I was reading your most recent blog entry, I felt impressed to pass on something about our heavenly Father that was of great comfort to me during my 6 years of cancer treatment. It has to do with our Father's name in the Hebrew language (you may already know this, so...), which is Yahweh. It sounds like three verbs in that language, thus whenever they heard His name, they would remember those verbs: to be (I AM), the make things happen, & to passionately be with those who are His. Often, in moments of pain, I would remember His Name & those 3 verbs (esp. the 3rd), call to Him thru Jesus, and experience His presence with me. With love, Michael Hampton