I went with a friend to see another friend at the hospital today. We talked and laughed and then the nurse came in with a wheelchair. A heart catherization scheduled for 11 a.m. stopped our revelry. I asked if we had time to pray and she gave us the okay.
Three hours later, we began to fret. It was usually an hour-long procedure and no one knew if she rested in the recovery room or if they were still in surgery.
Her husband and son left the room to check the status board and we didn’t see them for a while.
Then the gurney arrived and she looked better than she had before the surgery.
During the operation, the doctor discovered there was no blockage in her heart.
Somehow, the blockage they saw in tests dissolved away. Perhaps the medical procedures did that. They don’t know. All I can say is that she had a large amount of prayers ascending to heaven after news of her mild heart attack reached prayer warriors.
When I told a close friend of hers, she got so excited and started bragging about the goodness of God.
She quoted Scripture from the book of John where Jesus said that His Father is always working. Then she said, “God doesn’t need rest like we do.”
Her joy and awe of God added a sweet touch to a great day.
May God bless you!