Great will be their Peace, Part 2

My youngest son Joel,three years old, had decayed upper front teeth ever since they appeared. The dentist said that it was due to prolonged night feeding. I was very upset especially because it was suggested that he needed a root canal for all four teeth and dentists would not consider GA. I am not a coward but I just could not bear the thought of him going through so much pain. I claimed my promise from Isaiah 54: your children will be taught of the Lord and great will be their peace. This promise has stood true for me for both my children in big and small issues.
I claimed that I would hold those teeth there by prayer and as I brushed daily I would claim healing for him from the Lord.

I went on a vacation to visit my father who had just had a bypass with my family. My husband and I by coincidence had to clear up dental issues and thus we met a most amazing dentist by the name of Dr. Anand.

At the same time Joel fell and broke one of the said teeth..he complained of pain. I knew I had to take him to the dentist and did so with heavy heart.

This lady handled my son like God Himself. My son smilingly sat for consecutive appointments of forty five minutes and half an hour each in which she fixed his decayed teeth. My further assurance that God was keeping his teeth intact is that though she said she would do the root canal she found that the inner tooth was not affected and could easily repair it.  How lovingly my Lord intervened and provided that Joels longstanding problem was dealt with in minimal time and tension. How He understood a mothers misery and sent someone like minded to explain to me and solve my problems.

Brothers and Sisters in Christ, with praise and thanksgiving, let your petitions be known to Him. Philippians 4:6 Roll your burdens on Him for He cares for you! Peter 5;7 He is the God of the impossible.
Hallelujah…shout to the Lord. Praise to Jesus. Amen

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  1. Zoe_Selah 11/27/2012
  2. AsianJesusLover 11/27/2012

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