“I’ve seen the lily push its way, right through the stubborn sod.  I believe in miracles, for I believe in God.”  — Carlton Buck and John Peterson

I remain overwhelmed even after 18 years of being medicine free!

In the summer of 1995, I took the last of my medicine (even without an active decision)…see previous post, and took God’s promise and held it close to my heart.  I cannot tell you how many years it took before I would not wake up and immediately look in my eyes in the bathroom mirror.  It seems that was always the first place the symptoms would appear.  That doesn’t sound like a lot of faith, does it?  I say this because I want to make it very clear.  I do not think in any way I had anything to do with God’s decision to grant me healing!  I wasn’t praying the right prayer, I just prayed!  I wasn’t having enough faith, I just clung to the promise.  I wasn’t believing I deserved healing, I just allowed God to work on my heart.  I have, nor ever had, strength, faith, love, power, or good in me except through the precious blood of Jesus Christ.

What I did do was entertain the idea of beginning to seek God.  Perhaps I could get up a little earlier in the morning and seek God.  Perhaps I could be open to the fact God could speak to me.  Perhaps I could ask for cleansing of a heart wounded and hard.  Perhaps I could ask for forgiveness for blatant disobedience to my Savior.

God was there so quickly it still overwhelms me.  Oh, what a Savior…Oh, what a Friend.

I have had the opportunity to share my healing testimony many times through the years and each time is a joy for me.  I have gotten to talk about that first time I really knew God spoke to me.  I have gotten to share how broken I was and how in love with my Lord I am.  I have been blessed to hear the voice of God and proclaim He does speak to us!

I was given the sheer joy of raising our daughter and seeing her become a beautiful young woman, well accomplished and in love with her Lord.

I have been blessed with a husband who leans totally on his Lord every day and seeks Him with all his heart.  God radically changed him and he is wildly in love with God.   (And me  Smiley face )

I never want to be silent about how much God changed us and I never want to forget one moment how He touched me and made me whole…

It is no secret what God can do.

What He’s done for others.

He’ll do for you.

With arms wide open.

He’ll welcome you.

It is no secret what God can do.  — Stuart Hemblen

I could go on and on, but I pray I have been an instrument used by God on the WWW to bring hope to one wounded heart.  One life changed could pass on a story that would change a family, alter the course of destruction, and watch a miracle unfold.  It did!!!


Jeremiah 29:11-14

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

Then you will call upon Me and come and pray to Me, and I will listen to you.  

You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.

I will be found by you,” declares the Lord, “and will bring you back from captivity.  I will gather you from all the nations and places where I have banished you,” declares the Lord,” and will bring you back to the place from which I carried you into exile.”

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2 Responses to ““THE STORY OF A MIRACLE – PART 10””

  1. Debbie Black Says:

    This is a very sad day for me as this is the last of a beautiful love story that I have looked forward to each week. Perhaps Pam would share another piece of her life with her readers. Thank you Pam!!

    • JBBurrows Says:

      Debbie and other readers: This is not the last of the series.
      There is one more coming. Thanks for your comments and encouragement for Pam.
      She has had to re-live the experience through her writing.

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