Monday, February 8, 2010

Official Update on Asa

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The verdict is NO SURGERY!

The neurosurgeon said that the suture was partially closed close to the nose but not clinically significant.  Therefore, no surgery is needed for our sweet little man.

Thank you so much for your prayers at this time!  The Lord God is good at all times.  We would have rejoiced and praised our Lord even if it would have been another outcome.  Blessed be the name of our Lord!!!

15 comments:

Rusty & Nancy said...

"Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise; give thanks to Him and praise His name. For the Lord is good and His love endures forever; His faithfulness continues through all generations." Psalm 100:
4-5

We're rejoicing and thanking the Lord with you! He is an awesome God! Blessings, Rusty & Nancy G.

Tracy said...

PTL!!!!!

Cinnamon said...

Praising the Lord with you!!

~Cinnamon

Jenn said...

Oh what WONDERFUL news!!! So glad to hear the good report.

Chelle said...

Ain't God Good????!!!!!

Praise the Lord!

8)(8 said...

Wow, that's great news.

Anonymous said...

Glad you got the official diagnosis. You and Rob have been a wonderful testimony to trusting in the Lord's goodness and faithfulness during all this. We've been praying for Asa as a family and will rejoice and give thanks with you in this good news!
Nikki

Rachel Ann said...

So glad to hear that!

Kristy said...

How wonderful! So happy to hear the good news!

Mrs. Pat said...

What a joy and a blessing! God grants us much mercy.

knit1kids4 said...

Praise God!

The Adventures of a Simple Life said...

So glad to hear this, Shelby family! God and His mercy is ever so great!!! I pray the Lord used this time to draw you closer to Him in this time of trial and waiting.
Love you guys.
Christine

The Munck Family said...

Praise the Lord!!!
Happy 5 month Birthday today!

Katie said...

Praise the LORD!!! He is so amazing!! I am so happy for you and little Asa to not have to go through that surgery!

Me said...

YAY,very good news!!!! I was thinking about little Asa a lot, so glad he does not need surgery.