Friday, December 22, 2006

Pastor Martin is HOME!!

Pastor Martin finally had a heart cath yesterday (Friday) evening. There were no blockages and his heart and arteries look good! Isn't that wonderful? Thank you, Jesus. Truly, He is a prayer answering God. The cardiologist said the pain may have been muscular/skeletal in nature, but that doesn't explain the numbness in both hands, hm? He also said the chest pain and numbness could have been stress-induced. *sigh* I am earnestly praying that the Lord will help Pastor Martin to find a place of peace and rest, though I must say that he doesn't let his stress show. I was kidding him today and told him to stop stressing over getting me a Christmas gift. I'd let him slide by this year!!! *smile* Because he has been told to take it easy for the next few days, we are having a singspiration in the morning at church, so I have been a bit busy getting this all arranged, but I think everything is in order, but it does mean an early morning tomorrow. Ed and I are also hosting a breakfast for the senior staff at church in the morning at nine. This was planned before we knew we would be having a singspiration. Sooooooo......."I" am trying not to stress too much now!!! *smile*
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO THOSE OF YOU WHO READ MY BLOG!! THE LORD'S BEST TO EACH OF YOU THIS CHRISTMAS AND IN THE COMING NEW YEAR!!
Pastor Martin will be undergoing a heart catharization at 2:30pm today. Please keep him in your prayers and I will keep you updated.
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I would like to ask those of you who read my blog to please remember Pastor Martin in prayer. He was taken to the Fairfield Medical Center last night because he was experiencing chest pains and numbness in his hands. He had not been feeling well for the past several days either. They are going to do a heart cath on him at some point today. I will keep you posted. Sis. Martin and I will be going up as soon as we receive a call about the time of the procedure. This is a pic of Pastor Martin, Daniel and Erin on their wedding day.

1 comment:

Theresa said...

Keep us posted about Pastor Martin. Let them know that we are praying for them.