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My brothers and sisters...I just found out that the doctor has confirmed that my W has suffered a Lupus flair-up since Sunday morning. She's been waking up with a very sore back and told me that it felt like the lungs and spine. Its now taking her about 2 hours to recover from the pain each morning and again this morning the symptom was present. I gave her a little massage before going to work and that didn't help. Her doc recommends a 2 week sick leave so that means she has to break the news to her supervisor. I've been praying to God that she will recover from this disease. After working 25 years as a nurse with that condition it is starting to look like she may have to retire even earlier than 55.
I pray that God will comfort her and heal her my W, a good and faithful servant to Him.

<small>[ February 12, 2004, 03:11 PM: Message edited by: Mr.Miew ]</small>

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Just a thought for you to consider, at this very difficult time, remember that God is in control and he does know what he is doing. You now have a much stronger marriage, that will be need to face this together as one. You have each other and try to focus on the three of you working on this as a team. He will never give you more than you can handle, and will carry you along when you think you can't go any further. Recovery from infidelity is a very good example of how he carries us in his arms. Be positive and know that there will be people praying for you.


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