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Friday Morning

I (Sheila) was privileged to spend the night again with Luke, Phil and I and our girls drove up yesterday from FL  its great to be back!!   Luke had a restful and peaceful night!  His temperature stayed down and ICPs continued to remain very low.  Since they put the G-tube in they were able to take out his feeding tube that was in his mouth.  Also last night they removed his central line.  Its great to see some of the mass of tubes and cords disappearing!  

We are still praying for his sodium levels to slowly come down they remain  too high right now, 145 would be great!  But it is important that it comes down slowly.   We are also hoping that his ICP monitor (bolt) will be able to come out today, they said there is a possibility.  We have seen God answer SO many prayers this past week and believe He will finish the work He has begun in Luke.  Thank you all again for your outpouring of prayers for Luke and the family!

Sheila

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July 17, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized

20 Comments »

  1. Praying for his sodium levels to decrease.

    Comment by Ceci Gray | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  2. I’m so glad his temperature stayed down! Thank God that the doctors were able to quickly identify the cause 🙂

    Comment by Amy Wenger | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  3. Good morning, GOD continues to answeer all prayers! We will keep praying for Luke and Ben and Lindsey. Ben and Lindsey try to rest when you can. We love you Guys! Zachary says a special prayer for Luke every night he wanted me to send his LOVE!

    Comment by Gail Smith | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  4. Praise GOD for his answers to prayer!! He is in our thoughts and prayer often–Often I watch my boys and whisper prayers for Luke to be able to do the same things soon!! Also praying rest and peace for Ben and Lindsey.

    Comment by Richard and Kris Whetzel and family | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  5. Dear Luke, Hope you feel better, Love Isaac

    Comment by Isaac Mehegan | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  6. Praise the Lord for a good night. I was stirred to prayer often last eve and late into the night. How awesome it is to participate in what the Father is doing for your precious family. Isaac’s Mommy

    Comment by Isaac Mehegan | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  7. Praise Him for more answered prayer! Will pray for sodium levels to lower and peace as Luke wakes slowly.

    Wendy Watros and family

    Comment by Wendy Watros | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  8. Continuing to hold precious Luke up to our Father for His healing–especially today to bring those sodium levels down–and to give you, Ben and Lindsey, strength and confidence in God’s care. Barbi

    Comment by Barb Borntrager | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  9. Ben, Lindsey and family, I just stumbled across your blog yesterday. I was praying this morning for his fever to come down and then when I pulled the computer up and read that it had, praise the Lord! We’ll continue to pray healing for your little guy but also that God would give you two strength to fight satan’s attacks of worry, fear and dis-trust. Our God is a mighty God, and He IS mighty to save!

    Comment by Alicia Yoder | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  10. I heard the voice of Jesus say come unto me and rest. Lay down thou weary one,lay down thy head upon my breast. I came to Jesus as I was, weary and worn and sad. I found in Him a resting place, And He has made me glad. Ben and Lindsey, you must be weary, worn and sad, but we are so grateful for healing that is taking place even if it is slow.We look forward to more reports of good progress being made.

    Comment by Bev Scaggs | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  11. We are continuing to pray throughout the days–there are so many little things in life that remind me to pray for Luke, even though I’ve never met him! It’s such an encouragement to hear how your family is supporting one another through this. My prayer is that Luke will astound the doctors with the rate at which he recovers, and that God would grant a super-natural peace to Ben and Lindsey. May God be glorified! In Christ, Nelle

    Comment by Jeremy and Nelle Clark and family | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  12. I pray the Lord will continue to bless you and keep you, and make his face shine upon you, and give you peace (all of you).

    Looking forward to getting my “pray 4 Luke” wristband to be delivered via my daughter – Lori Hatter.

    Comment by Jeannie M Smith | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  13. This morning I was reading in Luke 11 and verse 9 really spoke to me …Jesus tells us “so I say to you keep asking, and it will be given to you. Keep searching and you will find. Keep knocking and the door will be opened to you.For EVERYONE who asks receives, and the one who searches finds, and to the one who knocks the door will be opened.” So we will KEEP ASKING SEEKING AND KNOCKING !! To GOD be the Glory ! love bill & deb

    Comment by Bill & Debbie Mullet | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  14. Praise God for answered prayer!

    Comment by Ricardo and Shelby Pedrotti | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  15. Praise God that the cause of his fever was found quickly and has been addressed. We have been praying for Luke and also the entire family. We picked up our wrist bands yesterday from BRCC where we attend church and my kids Sydney (6) and Kaden (3) have put them on their ankles to remind them throughout the day to pray for Luke. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Lean on the Lord our God, he will carry you. Last Nights devotional with my kids was about the Lord carrying your heavy load. God knows your worries are too heavy for you, he’ll carry them all so that you can be free. God Bless you all. with Love, Stacey and Kevin Bowles

    Comment by Stacey Bowles | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  16. We continue to pray for Luke. THere is a wonderful song called “soldier without Armor” that was written for a friend of mine whose daughter had cancer and when I pray for Luke I am always reminded of the song. It talks about being strong and leaning on friends in times of need. http://www.songforannika.org/
    Lean your friends including your cyber friends. Everyone is raising you up and praying for you. It has been wonderful to see God answer the prayer of the people as Luke recovers.

    In Gods love
    Cahty ANderson

    Comment by cathy | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  17. Luke and family, I am praying that our God will supply all your needs acording to His riches! By the way He is really rich!!

    Love you all,

    Steve

    Comment by Steve and Barb | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  18. As I was driving home from town today I was listening to the CD from Bible school and I was just remembering all the times I have watched Carson and Luke play together. They play so good together yes of coarse they have there tiffs sometimes, but for the most part they love and enjoy eachother so much. I fully believe in my heart that very soon I will be watching them play again. Luke is such a great kid so sweet and tender. He is always so good with Savannah also. I have so enjoyed helping take care of your kids while you all are there. They have got to be the two easiest kids there are, they listen so well and are really a joy to have around, and Carson and Savannah love it. I am so happy that things are looking up today, I know there are even better days ahead. Love you guys, Shea

    Comment by Shea Yoder | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  19. Continuing to keep you and Luke in our prayers. Hoping for a full recovery. God is by his bedside watching over him 24/7.

    Comment by Susan Eckard | July 17, 2009 | Reply

  20. The Whole Yoder family is my thoughts and prayers.

    Comment by Lisa | July 17, 2009 | Reply


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