Thoughts From an Emergency Room

Blood flowed from Justin’s nose on and off throughout the night. For leukemia patients, this can be a sign of needing a platelet transfusion.

There is terror over the needle that will be stuck into Justin’s hand shortly. I managed to keep him calm for now. But they are calling in a child life specialist. I think his screaming protests were heard down in the graves.

Please hold Justin in prayer from the store, pool, car, park, kitchen, office, laundry room, wherever you are.

Though an army encamp against me, my heart shall not fear; though war rise against me, yet I will be confident. Psalm 27:3 

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