Look what the Lord has done!

He did it! He healed her. My baby girl got her test results and the report reads ‘NORMAL’. What an awesome God we serve. What an awesome God who knows us and sees our needs, and comes, on time. My tears flow with joy for He is God, Jehovah Jireh, my provider in time of need. He is my Jehovah Nissi, my banner that covers me. Truly, God is worthy to be praised!

The doctors had conferenced and reported on my daughter’s health. They said what they saw was “just remarkable”.  With an initial theory of her diagnosis, it was not good, not good at all. As a mom, I braced myself. I knew God was in control but that thing that sends you into protective mode as a parent kicked in and I could not help my anxiety. This was Thursday evening so the order for the blood test had to be filled on Friday. I was at the lab early. We did the test and knew that we had to wait until Monday for any news from the doctor: the office was closed on Saturday. I think it was the longest weekend of my life, just waiting.

Monday came. No news. I kept checking my phone for the call that was promised by the doctor who gave us the final summary of her visit. Nothing! I called and the nurse informed me that the results were not in their system as yet. The devil whispered to me, ” That’s just because there are so many things wrong”. I kept my composure and agreed to wait until she called the lab then get back to me. It was about three hours that passed. Nothing! I was just about to call back  when my phone rang. I gingerly said hello and the doctor responded by introducing herself and confirming that she was indeed talking to ‘mom’. Then it came!

“Mom, the test results all came back NEGATIVE.”

She explained what might have caused the symptoms and assured me that in a week or so they should clear with no expected recurrence. Now, who could have done that but God? Who could have taken “remarkable” down to “unremarkable”? Only God. God, I thank you for your healing. I thank you for your presence in my situation. I thank you that you are a proven healer and a deliverer from the jaws of sickness. I am eternally grateful that you have been merciful in this situation. You did not have to choose to heal but you did and I am so very happy that you are the God that takes away pain, regardless of sin.

For worrying instead of praying, I ask for your forgiveness, Lord. For worrying and crying instead of rejoicing in hope of your report, I ask that you increase my faith. I am a work in progress; Your work God, so I know that my babies and I are in the BEST hands. Thank you Jesus!




About Cameile P. Graham

Cameile is a teacher by profession. She holds a Diploma in Teaching from the Bethlehem Moravian College (Credit) and a Bachelor of Science degree (Summa cum laude) from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (UW-W) with a minor in Philosophy Education. She has been a teacher for over 14 years serving at the Primary, Secondary and Post-secondary levels in education. Her experience has seen her supervising teams of excellence at the various levels. Developing and fostering team communication skills is her specialty. Cameile has received several awards for educational success from distinctions in professionalism, use of technology, methodology to the Rhona Anglin award for teaching practicum,BMC . The Dean's letter for academic term success,UW-W , added to the list of her accomplishments. Her greatest accomplishment is her children, Justin and Zoey. She is a single mom to both.
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2 Responses to Look what the Lord has done!

  1. Praise God. Jesus is indeed the friend of little children.

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  2. Mike Forrest says:

    IN GOD WE TRUST. So happy for you. Never loose faith.


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