While we were still members of Celebration Center, Meghan had come down with
Pneumonia. She was very ill and in all truth, Dr Rao would have admitted her had
it not been that he knew I had the tools and the know-how to treat her at home.
She was really quite ill and Saturday morning I knew I was going to have to take
her to the ER. Her sats were running low 80's and she was not moving much air. I
was starting to panic.
Matthew was with us that weekend and Amie was at work so I asked our neighbor if she would take Matthew with her to church (at Celebration). When she picked him up I told her about Meghan.
I was preparing to take Meghan to the hospital later that morning when all of a sudden her condition drastically changed. It was 11:45 a.m. Her sats improved to 95, her color returned and her breath sounds were normal. Needless to say I was relieved.
By 3:00 p.m., Meghan was racing around the house like a wild child. Completely healed.
That Monday, a friend at work who I had invited to church that weekend came to tell me that he had come and among other things that they had prayed for Meghan in the garden of prayer.
I just froze as I realized.... Garden of prayer is at 11:45, the exact moment of Meghan's healing! Our neighbor had told Dan and Darlene about Meghan's condition before church.
Duane (Received on June 23, 2001)
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