Thank the LORD for His wonderful answers to our prayers, and please keep praying for Baby Bleum. John Middlewood
reported on 4 August…
“Thanks and praise God!!!!! The doctors had diagnosed a lung infection that would require a series of 14 shots and remain in the hospital for a minimum of another two weeks. It took the doctors a day or two to get things set up and when they came back to check before giving the first injection, they found there was no infection. No sign of anything else wrong at this point either. Jarat – grandfather – called this afternoon to tell us that the baby and mother have gone home. Another prayer answered faster and better than we thought possible.
Please continue to pray for this little guy. He has some kind of blood disease also – born with it. There is also a possibility that he may have some brain damage because of this last episode, but the doctors say it is still too early to tell. So, we are asking for prayers for complete healing of this little guy as a witness to the power of God and the power of Prayer.
Thank you and God Bless, John and Maeo”
“John has just reported further (6 August)….”
We went to visit for a few minutes after prayer group meting. He is at home now, but they are having to be very, very careful about people getting around him. He is very succeptable to virus an any other kind of bugs in the air. His next doctor’s appointment is August 20. The doctors still are not sure about his lungs getting fluid in them. His mother and father have placed him in God’s hands and will accept whatever happens as God’s will. Nhum is the pastor of the Kuseman Church and his wife, Jub Jang, is a teacher in the Catholic School in Tarae, about 8 miles from where they live.
They thank all of you who are praying for them and their son and are sure it is because of all the prayers that their son is still with them. Both mother and father are holding up pretty well, considering the stress they are under at present.
We ask that prayers continue for mother, father and the baby.
Thank you and May God Bless, john and Maeo