Wednesday, June 5, 2019


Hopefully, you read yesterday's entry on Life with Lynnie (LwL).  If you haven't yet read it, please read it, now.


Well, yesterday I mentioned about how I had been injured by a nurse who used dirty gloves and caused me to become infected, after having surgery.  As I mentioned, I also had to heal from the inside out, for there was no way for me to have anymore medical care, at that time.

For four (4) years, I suffered.  Yes, terribly.

I had moved away for a couple of years, and had medical care by a doctor in the other city I lived in.  He had no idea what was wrong.

However, when I moved back to where I lived previously, I saw a doctor I used to have.  He sent me to a surgeon.

When I had the surgery that the surgeon felt I needed, he repaired a hernia for me, and let me know that the problem I had inside me had been done, because after the nurse had hurt me, and caused me a healing problem as I told you about, I had other damage inside me.  

What was it?

My inner lining had been destroyed when that nurse hurt me.


The surgeon then told me that he filled me with mesh inside me, and let me know that he was glad he hadn't damaged me, because when he cut me open for the surgery he did, he found that the only thing holding my intestines in, was my skin.  Yes, the inner lining had been destroyed... just as he told me.

That surgeon was truly wonderful to me.  I felt that he was a blessing.  Probably not just to me, but to other people as well.

Of course, I also felt that God helped me, through that surgeon.  Just like what I had prayed and asked Him to do for me.

Thinking of that, made me think of John 15:7, "If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you.".

Amen!  If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you.

Yes, I abide in Him.  I belong to Him.  And, I'm thankful that He not only helped me gain salvation, but had helped me physically, through that surgeon.

I must admit, whenever I think of what happened, I am truly thankful.

Yes, to the surgeon.

But, also to God.

Thank You, Lord!

Until next time...

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