Wednesday, 23 May 2012

God Knows

When we arrived in Seattle to make our connection for Dallas, we found ourselves waiting on a wheelchair attendant who was moving too slowly for my liking.  We had a connecting flight with customs, baggage transfer and 3 trains to catch in a very tight window of time.  I found myself becoming irritated.

When we finally made it to customs, Kim was asked the purpose of our visit by the agent.  Rather than be evasive, Kim responded that we were going for our son to receive prayer for healing...and referred to Jordan in the wheelchair.  The attendant's eyes widened and she started moving quicker.  But it wasn't until we were in the first train that she told us she had been completely paralysed when she was 36 and completely healed after receiving prayer.  Rose leaned down to Jordan and encouraged him to keep on believing.  Of course tears began running down my face.

After promising to pray for and declare Jordan's healing, we parted ways.  We overcome by the blood of the Lamb and the word of our testimony.  Sheesh!  And after I had been so peeved with her, not only did she give me courage for the journey but we arrived in plenty of time to board. :-)
God knows.