A Celebration of Life…

Posted in Uncategorized on August 28, 2011 by danielgharper

Please join me to celebrate Daniel’s life August 28th at 6pm MT in Salt Lake City, UT. You can watch online via stream.wasatchhills.org.


A five letter word…

Posted in Uncategorized on August 10, 2011 by danielgharper

It’s what we live by….we are born with the ability yet we choose whether or not we develop it. It’s a choice not an instinct, yet we think it should just come naturally and we get angry when it doesn’t. It’s more mature in our childhood, yet as we age we lose it. And no matter how hard we try to obtain it, too many things block our view and then we find ourselves back at the beginning…the opposite of the goal.

If you haven’t figured out what “it” is…let me help… It’s what Noah exercised when he and his family sat in a 450 foot-long boat on dry land for seven days before a drop of rain came down. While EVERYONE else laughed and scoffed at him for wasting his time and for following instructions from a “God” he couldn’t even see.

It’s what Abraham exercised on the three-day trek up Mount Moriah with Isaac, his son, who he had not yet told why they were making the trip.

It’s what Job repeatedly exercised while tragedy upon tragedy was thrown at him…including a threat to his own life.

And it’s what the hundreds upon hundreds of New Testament believers had when they scurried through the crowds just to get close to the man they knew would heal them.

It’s what Stephen had when the first, second and third stones were thrown and he saw death’s door.

And it’s what Jesus had on the cross…the moment before He said

Father it is finished.

Have you figured “it” out? It’s faith…the opposite of doubt.

You see even Jesus, at that point in His journey, on the cross, did not know whether or not He would see His Father again. A curtain had temporarily separated them. It was all part of the plan. Yet His faith surpassed ALL doubt.

“Now faith is being sure of what we hope for, and certain of what we cannot see.” ~ Hebrews 11:1

Yet what do we do? We run around in our life upset, angry and fretting because “our” plan has gone haywire and we just don’t know what to do. We say we believe but then forget all about the “God’s in control” part. Logan and I often find ourselves in that position. I look at myself and others that surround me and think “oh you of little faith” ~Luke 12:28

What in the world do we know?…not much. I love the inspired quote…

” God never leads His children otherwise than they would choose to be led, if they could see the end from the beginning and discern the glory of the purpose which they are fulfilling as co-workers with Him.” ~ Ministry of Healing  p.479

Fighting cancer part-time instead of full-time allowed me the creativity to write about some wacky, 24-yr. old brain stuff that doesn’t seem so interesting now…so I hope you do not mind if this is a little heavy for some. I feel the need to be serious as I feel we are all blindsided by the world. So just back-read for some more comical, better written material.

Fortunately Christ doesn’t seem to care about how well written our material is, He seems to care more about us doing our best, which is what I’m trying to do right now…That, combined with faith, seems to be what James talked so much about:

“What good is it my brothers , if a man claims to have faith but has no deeds? Can such faith save him?” ~ James 2:14

It is my challenge to you to fight the good fight of faith. Don’t ever give up! Quit looking at the “now” and look at what is to come. Even though you may feel that you have lost a few battles here and there, you will NEVER lose the war if you put your faith in Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior. Oh if we could just grasp and hold on to that  faith of a child.

Another Day in Paradise…

Posted in Uncategorized on July 18, 2011 by danielgharper

Two months ago Logan talked to Jason Merkle, who was diagnosed with a highly malignant rapid-growing brainstem glioma in 1994. After research, they chose the Burzynski FDA antineoplaston clinical trial. For four months his tumor continued to grow until Jason could no longer hear, see, or stay awake very well.

The FDA wanted to take him out of the trial but “there were people all around the country praying for Jason and our family“. Sticking it out another month they finally saw the tumor quit growing and now Jason is alive, well, and in full remission.This is obviously a lovely fairytale that many high-grade brain tumor patients do not get, yet would love to receive. However, in every case I’ve ever seen where this receiving does actually happen, two characteristics seem to be involved:

#1. An incredible faith in God/tremendous prayer support

#2. An INTENSE tenacity to live held by the patient or their family

‘It’s tough to get the whole fam together these days’

I possess neither of these qualities on my own, but fortunately I have others to help me with them. I’m learning #1 through bible study, prayer, and the spirit of prophecy and I am somehow privileged enough to posess the prayer support from a combined school, church, friend, blog, and facebook, network. Not super sure how all those came together so well. I just leave it up to God. I also try to count myself blessed that the impact I’ve been allowed has intensely increased since starting this treatment; even while posting less  –> (SEO geeks will understand).

I’m also not super sure as to where God is going with this whole thing or how He will work it all out, That is why I shared Jason’s story; My first MRI report obviously shows growth, but the clinic sees that in most all their cases.

It is easy to become discouraged in any trial of life, mine included, however, spending the time with Christ daily allows us to recognize His leadings (small as they may be). This is helps  me get through. I learned this again multiple times this week.

First off, it was something as small as a comment a friend left on my last post about recognizing God in a cell store. Second, my wife Logan had another great experience from God when He showed her His presence a few days back:

After learning of the MRI (which we somewhat expected) ) the devil disheartened and discouraged her.  As she sat on the couch before going to sleep,  reading her bible, a few tears fell as she prayed for God to cast the devil from the room. The day before she’d started reading Psalms 1-5 so that night, where we’ve been sleeping on the couch,  she read

“Be gracious to me, O Lord, for I am languishing; heal me, O Lord, for my bones are troubled. But you, O Lord-how long? Turn, O Lord, deliver my life; save me for the sake of your steadfast love. For in death there is no remembrance of you; in Sheol who will give you praise? I am weary with my moaning; every night I flood my bed with tears; I drench my couch with my weeping.”

My eye wastes away because of grief; it grows weak because of all my foes. Depart from me, all you workers of evil, for the Lord has heard the sound of my weeping. The Lord has heard my plea; the Lord accepts my prayer”~Psalms 6

My providential experiences seem to happen on a daily basis, and I choose not to discuss many of them because they are so bizarre. If you have any sort of Western medical training background, you simply will write off my discoveries and probably quit reading this blog. Let me give one example:

I have seizures 3-4 times a week. They range from left hand/arm twitches to facial as well. I can change the type of seizure depending on what I’m breathing in (certain rooms, airflows, etc.).

Valium slows them but doesn’t always stop them and takes a lot of time to kick in.Last week  I was in the middle of a bad seizure that would not stop despite all our attempts. Logan grabbed  eucalyptus oil, put it underneath my nose and the seizure immediately quit.

I’ll be honest, I feel like a Jason Merkle with my left hand/arm and balance beginning to slightly fade, seizures, head pressure, and MRIs attacking me on every side. However, I know whose weapons these are, and as I learned on my honeymoon from the Bahamanians, you just gotta ‘Shut de door, keep out de devil, shut de door, de devil in de night’.  Besides, everyone has problems. Call them symptoms. Whatever. All I know is that each day is a gift. Regardless of what happens. Each day is another day in paradise.

And being a bible-based Christian with a wonderful wife and family is a total WIN-WIN situation whether you have a high-grade glioma or not. You either get to spend another day in paradise with your gorgeous wife and supportive family, or simply fall asleep and wake up seeing Christ coming in the clouds of glory. You really can’t lose once you understand how simple this truly is. And gaining that simple assurance really isn’t hard: it’s simply a relationship with Christ. I stole an illustration for this blog, (Quitting or Sitting…) that sums the simplicity up quite nicely, if I can say so myself. Feel free to check it out.

I would like to make it very clear that I do my best with #1 and #2 above, but I leave it all in God hands. I have NO IDEA  how this whole thing will work out, I just  recognize He’s providentially opened the doors for this treatment and  simply take it one day at a time , (HARD AS IT IS!!!!!) thinking of it as another day in paradise.

Ways to Help… (Due to the clinical trial being done at a private clinic; enormous monthly costs are involved)

1. Pray. Pray. Pray!

2. Tax Deductible! You can now make tax deductible donations by sending them to the Georgia Cumberland Academy Church at 351 Academy Dr. SW Calhoun, GA 30701. If you have any questions about donating this way you can contact Nancy Gerard at 706-629-4591.

2. Email loganehlert@yahoo.com for and address or information on how to donate to a Harper Cancer Fund that has been set up through Bank of America. This can be done through an in-bank transfer, wire or by visiting your local Bank of America branch with the account and routing number, which she will provide. We tried to make this tax deductible but it is not possible.

3. Visit http://prayfordaniel.com and purchase “Pray for Daniel” bands through Paypal (credit cards etc). Or send as “payment owed” through Paypal to danielgharper@yahoo.com.

4. Repost this blog on your Facebook page and pass it on.

Faith to Find a Balance…

Posted in Uncategorized on July 11, 2011 by danielgharper

So I was planning on (starting/finishing soon after) this post with this, but fortunately I got bit with some  fresh perspective  this morning and cannot continue what I had written after reading some quotes from one of my favorite books, Ministry of Healing: allow me to share one of these quotes:

“Let the invalid, instead of constantly requiring sympathy, seek to impart it. Let the burden of your own weakness and sorrow and pain be cast upon the compassionate Saviour. Open your heart to His love, and let it flow to others. Remember that all have trials hard to bear, temptations hard to resist, and you may do something to lighten these burdens…~257

I’ve also heard it said it better to not mention your sorrows, sufferings, or trials, because dwelling on them makes them worse and seems to allow the tempter to utilize them more effectively.

However, growing up reading miracle stories about people walking 20 miles through the jungle at night to get to a bible study would not have had the same impact on me if I had not known about all the snakes, tigers, and foes God kept from the traveler.

And so it is with my blog. I struggle with the balance. How much do I share on how tough life really is right now without giving in to what comes across as negativity, or allows others to think I am discouraged? I believe the balance is a simple one. It seems to be as simple as sharing how God got you through the ordeal even when you thought it impossible.

“Dear friends, do not be surprised at the fiery ordeal that has come on you to test you, as though something strange were happening to you. But rejoice inasmuch as you participate in the sufferings of Christ, so that you may be overjoyed when his glory is revealed.” ~1 Peter 4:12-13

I can relate to this verse as my head feels on fire 6 times a day seven days a week. I take steroids to reduce inflammation, but before they kick in, inflammation rises as they somehow feed this strange virus that is somehow related to my environmental issues.

We learned of hyperbaric oxygen chamber treatments as a way to help kill this virus and instead of the traditional $100+ cost of a session, there happens to be a doctor in podunk Rossville, GA (just 20 minutes up the road) who does them for 35 bucks. I can’t help but see God’s hand in this.

Just like how simple He made it for a hospital in Calhoun, GA to bend over backwards for us and allow the necessary bloodwork/reporting that is necessary 4 times a week right now while I am being upped to my maintenance dose of antineoplastons.

It is a tremendous amount of work for my amazing and never-stopping wife, whom my uber-talented brother even made a poster forto hang in our living room. I’m sure it will be left hung long after we depart!

He’s a graphics major with a minor in piano performance AND pre-med. Busy fellow. Listen to him broadcast at http://wsmc.org to be impressed.

God amazed all of us last week when her real estate exec assistant job offered to not only pay her hourly for what work she could fit in, but then on top of that pay for an i phone so she could work mobile whenever possible. Amazing!

AND THEN, when Logan goes to the Verizon store out of all the reps, the one helping shared how his brother in Columbia at 9 years old was miraculously healed from a brain tumor when the docs pronounced him incurable and gave him a few years to live. His family never quit praying and had faith that God could make him well.

This kind of sharp and vibrant New Testament faith strikes me with such incredible contrast to the seemingly dull and lifeless faith that so many of us Christians seem to drag around these days. Whatever happened to the very words of Jesus Christ when He said “All things are possible for him who believes!”~Mark 9:23 or

“If you abide in me, and my words abide in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be done for you.” ~ Johny 15:7

I totally understand putting yourself completely in God’s hands and accepting WHATEVER HIS will for your life is: just read my last post, but I still think we all have this faith thing mixed up when we talk about it being God’s will for somebody to die or that it’s all part of His plan or something like that. Sure, life sucks, but it’s not God’s fault! The devil brought sin into this world and that’s why it sucks. And lets be honest, many of us (including me before cancer!!!!!!) haven’t experienced any suckiness, so why not blame God? Why even need Him?

This is why I write. This is why I hope to find that precious balance. That balance between knowing I am so INCREDIBLY fortunate compared to starving thousands in third-world countries or those persecuted for their faith in modern countries just on the other side. But this post has nothing to do where you live. It’s about who you are living for and why you are living.

These things have changed a bit for me as I’ve experienced tiptoeing much closer to what feels like the edge of  the cancer canyon, instead of watching it from behind the guardrail. I’m sure my writing style has changed a bit and this tiptoeing will be stepping on some people’s toes; However, I simply type what flows out, and you truly don’t have as much time to think when you’re still stuck on oh, oh, oh stayin alive. Stayin alive.

Major Update: Tax Deductible! You can now make tax deductible donations by sending them to the Georgia Cumberland Academy Church at 351 Academy Dr. SW Calhoun, GA 30701. If you have any questions about donating this way you can contact Nancy Gerard at 706-629-4591.

Update #2: Thank you notes are on there way! Update #3 Dalton has miniature donkeys and bulldogs!

Other Ways to Help…

1. Pray. Pray. Pray!

2. Email loganehlert@yahoo.com for and address or information on how to donate to a Harper Cancer Fund that has been set up through Bank of America. This can be done through an in-bank transfer, wire or by visiting your local Bank of America branch with the account and routing number, which she will provide. We tried to make this tax deductible but it is not possible.

3. Visit http://prayfordaniel.com and purchase “Pray for Daniel” bands through Paypal (credit cards etc). Or send as “payment owed” through Paypal to danielgharper@yahoo.com.

4. Repost this blog on your Facebook page and pass it on.

Providential Tethers on Life…

Posted in Uncategorized on June 27, 2011 by danielgharper

I can honestly say I have no earthly clue how I’ve survived the last several weeks. I’m learning the clue isn’t necessarily an earthly one. Maybe more divine. Beyond that, tremendous family, friends, financial, and valium support is all I can come up with.

I do not have the space, nor you the interest, to try and summarize the craziness that has unfolded the last few weeks. But, regardless of what is yet to unfold, I have become completely broken. And not in the way you might think. Sure, any cancer victim suffers, but believing 100% that I would die last week broke me to a new, better quality of life. One in which the tethers to life that we all cling so desperately to have been replaced.

Anyone with assurance of eternal salvation claims they are not scared of death, but “Have the gates of death ever been shown to you?” ~ Job 38:17 . I’d never come close. A major seizure/ambulance ride/hospital night forced me to relent control to God and give up my selfish tethers for new ones.

New tethers on life does not mean any less determination, grit, or cling to this precious spark called life God plants in all of us. They simply change. They are bound less by self, and more by an obligation of love for the one giving you that second chance. Let me explain.

Two months ago I was an average brain tumor patient, receiving my chemos, great MRI reports, and sleeping peacefully in my bed at night. Since then, I’ve somehow allowed my tumor to blow up into inoperable brain areas, plus develop full on and all out “environmental disease.” I’m extremely sensitive to perfumes, dust, electronics, toxins, heat, etc. which forces me to constantly be searching for sterile environments with fresh airflow. Since so many of you have this rare problem, I’m thinking of writing a creative “best-practices handbook” for those struggling as well. I’m sure it would at least make a runner-up to the New-York Times Least Seller of the Year.

Unbeknownst to me, a providential step was taken eight months ago when I asked my landlord in Park City for a nine-month lease instead of the usual 12. As I write, church members and friends pack up our belongings for my wife and I, as her full-time job has switched from real estate assistant in Utah, to managing my intensive treatment at my parent’s house in Dalton, Ga. It is a distant, but welcome home from Salt Lake, Las Vegas, Houston, and all the uncomfortable car rides in between.

The next providential step was taken when I randomly introduced myself to a guitar player who happened to be with a group of Mormons who had rented out our church for a concert. I befriended him on Facebook and he randomly posted a GBM antineoplaston survivor success story video on my wall. I commented that I would love to go but it required about $20,000 up front plus thousands more each month.

A few weeks later, Logan received a phone call from some friends of ours who we hadn’t spoken with in almost a year. They said they felt impressed to help us get started at the clinic should the need arise. After a new MRI report in Las Vegas, I decided the need had arisen and off to Texas I went. With our incredible friend’s generous donation of $16,000 and an FDA approval letter I strapped up to my black box and have been receiving doses every four hours ever since.

During this setup process in Houston, my mom needed a sign this was all part of God’s plan. In her devotions outside of Hampton Inn one morning, she prayed very specifically that my aunt, whom she had not spoken with in a few months, would call. A half an hour later, that very aunt called! And she graciously asked what she could do, offering to pay for accommodations during our three week’s stay!

I could go on and on with dozens more stories of providential workings like these. I’ve opened a lot of cancer treatment doors myself, but this is the first I’ve had nothing to do with. Perhaps that is what’s broken me. It’s knowing God is very real and not some fairytale. That He is calling the shots. Regardless of how it all works out.

It’s knowing that the spirit of love He gave us by sending His only Son is being manifested by so many gracious friends and family around me, who are donating money, prayer and hope.

“Perseverance must finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything.~ James 1:4”

“Blessed is the man who perseveres under trial, because when he has stood the test, he will receive the crown of life that God has promised to those who love him. ~James 1:12”

And so the fight continues.

We cannot thank enough all those who have graciously given in response to my last post. Here is an update.

#1. Logan has become a nurse. #2. Daniel is gaining strength every day. #3. But the doses that break down his tumor are somewhat strenuous. #4. Dalton has zebras : )

God continues to somehow provide. Here is how people have helped.

1. Pray. Pray. Pray!

2. Email loganehlert@yahoo.com for and address or information on how to donate to a Harper Cancer Fund that has been set up through Bank of America. This can be done through an in-bank transfer, wire or by visiting your local Bank of America branch with the account and routing number, which she will provide. We tried to make this tax deductible but it is not possible.

3. Visit http://prayfordaniel.com and purchase “Pray for Daniel” bands through Paypal (credit cards etc). Or send as “payment owed” through Paypal to danielgharper@yahoo.com.

Antineoplastons, Me and possibly You…

Posted in Uncategorized on June 9, 2011 by danielgharper

I sometimes wonder about myself.

My wife says I do everything to the extreme and I agree, but I don’t know why. Instead of basketball or soccer like all the normal kids in high school, I somehow found myself snowboarding and wakeboarding my way into three broken ribs, a dislocated hip, and broken wrist. Instead of trombone or clarinet, I murdered the faculty with my electric guitar and nasal vocals of our punk band.

College was worse. I spent 3/4 of my time in Amway trying to get rich, instead of at social events trying to make friends.  By the time the last 1/4 was over, I developed cancer, had surgery, completed chemo/radiation, planned a wedding (NOT REALLY : ) , found a job, and graduated MCL with my B.S. in Marketing.

And it couldn’t be something like breast or prostate cancer. It had to be brain cancer. And not grade I or II but IV. Glioblastoma Multiforme. That’s the worst. Most people die in a year. Extreme. My wife and I wish it were not the case. But it gets better.

In 2010 the cancer returned with a vengeance. We learned that extreme trust in God was our lifeline to get past insurmountable physical, emotional and financial difficulties. 2011 brought a greater hope but was quickly interrupted by a new, inoperable growth into the corpus callosum that was found last month.

I sometimes wonder how I got to the point where I’ve exhausted all of the treatment options in the last four years. But, then again, I was given a 2-3% chance of living 3 years…so I am blessed. Craniotomy #1, 6 weeks concurrent chemo/radiation, two more rounds of chemo, two more craniotomies, 19 Avastin infusions and five more chemo rounds.

Plus I’ve researched and completed just about every well-known natural cancer regimen/therapy and spent thousands of hours and dollars completing these. If you have heard of it…I’ve tried it. It’s been extreme and I sometimes wonder why nothing has worked. As despite all of my efforts, this nasty tumor has begun to grow like wildfire.

And so I find myself at the Burzynski Clinic in Houston, TX. The most expensive cancer clinic in the US. I am starting a phase II/phase III clinical trial for the antineoplaston gene-targeted therapy for Glioblastoma patients. All of the major university clinical trials have turned me down. And this is my best option. Although the actual medicine is free through the clinical trial, there is a continued cost of $7600 +/month for daily nurse consults, lab work, extra medication and much more. Like I said extreme. As this could take eight months or more.

They are having a 20-30% success rate with GBM patients, which is a heck of a lot better than the 2-3% success rate for standard therapy I have been on. I consider it a total miracle combined with the natural therapies/doctors that God has led me to in the past four years for why I am still here.

My main desire to live is for my beautiful wife Logan. As I cannot bear the thought of her losing me. And I want to be used by God in a special way before He comes back. I believe this is why He has opened all of the doors and already worked a number of miracles for me to come to this clinic. My wife and mother drove me from Salt Lake to Las Vegas to Houston, which was a miracle in itself that I survived due to my electrical sensitivity issues and my ketogenic diet. I only vomited on the road once, but they injected me with Valium for the last 60 miles to get to Houston that night without me having a seizure and being zonked out for my physical I had to pass to pursue the clinical trial.

God worked a miracle the next day, giving me enough energy to appear composed enough to pass the physical exam and get accepted for approval. The FDA has accepted their request and I started treatment on Tuesday. Fortunately we are blessed with incredible friends and family who helped us come up with the $21,000 it took to start the treatments.

I have a port (hole in my chest) and I carry around a bag that delivers the medicine day and night. It’s a tough regime and I am on steroids, but seem to be doing better each day, including experiencing symptoms of tumor breakdown. Obviously time is the only predictor of what will happen, and I have no idea how we will fund all of this, but it seems as if God has opened too many “heavy” doors for it not to work out.

And so I am asking for help. Help to stay alive. But not for me. For Logan. Because I’m not interested in her becoming a widow at 24.

The clinic is unlike other facilities in that they require treatment funds up front and then we work on insurance payback. Good for them, but an extreme financial difficulty for us. Fortunately we serve an extreme  God who can work out extreme difficulties. He has already worked many miracles and will work more if it’s His will for me to stay on this treatment. If you are anyone you know is willing to be a part of this life-saving effort here are some things you can do.

1. Pray. Pray. Pray!

2. Email loganehlert@yahoo.com for and address or information on how to donate to a Harper Cancer Fund that has been set up through Bank of America. This can be done through an in-bank transfer, wire or by visiting your local Bank of America branch with the account and routing number, which she will provide. We tried to make this tax deductible but it is not possible.

3. Visit http://prayfordaniel.com and purchase “Pray for Daniel” bands through Paypal (credit cards etc). Or send as “payment owed” through Paypal to danielgharper@yahoo.com.

4. Repost this blog on Facebook and/or email it to as many contacts as possible. The website is http://christianpoints.com

” O Lord my God, I called to you for help and you healed me.” – Psalms 30:2

I feel like a chum asking for money. If I die, sucks for me but more for others. Therefore I view this as a fundraiser for God, my wife, friends and family. Life is incredibly difficult right now, but I believe it is my responsibility to stay alive and I am  in God’s hands. Thanks for listening. God Bless.

Life is Beautiful…

Posted in Uncategorized on May 24, 2011 by danielgharper

I have a confession.

My faith is extremely timid. Maybe frail is a better word. Three weeks ago I sat in my neurosurgeon’s office expecting to schedule a 4th brain surgery later that week. His reply of “your tumor has spread into the Corpus callosum; there’s nothing I can do surgically” did nothing to remove my timidity.

Fortunately for me, my wife doesn’t fill the prescriptions doctors so easily give out on the length of life. However, that’s a lot easier done when you aren’t the one personally receiving the script.

And so her last three weeks have been a whirlwind of phone calls, faxes, and internet-searches for any treatment, clinical trial, or blood-red orchid that could be my fountain of life. My job has been to avoid any more violent and debilitating  seizures – like the one last Tuesday that resulted as a misstep on the narrow 6 carbs a day, high fat path to ketosis.

These things are what I call “Life-Capsizing” events. This is when the vessel of your surroundings becomes so turbulently unstable that it actually flips over, dumping you and your life out into open water. And when this happens you better learn to swim real fast. And I’ve learned a lot.

I’ve learned to spend as much time outside as possible because I smell toxins that others don’t, and I can’t handle the headaches. Some sort of viral “environmental disease” that seems to be connected to my tumor. I’ve learned to chug coconut, flax, or hemp oil with my meat and veggies each meal as this fat is my main fuel source.I’ve learned to plug my nose when I vomit each day to keep from getting a bloody nose.

I’ve learned it costs a hundred bucks to have some university doctor look at your scan and call to say you cannot do their clinical trial. And I’ve learned how beautiful it is to have friends and family that love you and care for you.

But these are the easy things to learn. The hard things are how to grow some guts and get rid of frail faith. How to truly trust. Or as my sister reminded me last night, how to truly quit trusting in yourself and put your life in God’s hands. How to rely upon  “A righteous man may have many troubles, but the Lord delivers him from them all; he protects all his bones, not one of them will be broken.” ~ Psalm 34:19-20

* I’ve been dictating my last few blogs with the help of family as my health has declined. I will be getting a MRI this Thursday and ask for your prayers as to what the next step should be. Please pray and feel free to join the prayer support team at prayfordaniel.com

%d bloggers like this: