Small miracles

This was a day to head into our nearest city (2 hours away) and have an appointment with our pace maker clinic.  Routine.  Yearly.  Average.

As we walk into the hospital we meet a pastor friend.  We discuss current pastoral issues that affect our church and his. 

Off to the pace maker clinic.  Jill explains she has encountered some heart problems.  The clinician immediately contacts our cardiologist (who just happens to be in today), and we are given an appointment in the next hour or so.

As we sit to get tests for the appointment, a friend of ours (who worked on a previous CD I produced and is now doing sound equipment as well), sat down next to us.  We traded cards and I will consult with him on sound upgrades we are considering at our church.

The appointment reveals that further tests are needed.  Perhaps nothing unusual will arise, but it will rule out some potential problem areas.  And the testing will take place in the next month or so.  Not bad, considering we had asked for an appointment with the cardiologist a week or so ago, and had been told we would have to wait until July.

All in all, the small miracles added up to a great day!

5 thoughts on “Small miracles

  1. Good to hear the update, often wonder how you guys are.

    Also good that everything fell into place and you can get your appointment and test done quicker.

  2. So glad to hear the way God worked out all the little details of your day. We’ll be continuing in prayer for Jill as you wait for further tests and results

  3. So glad to hear the cardiologist is looking into Jill’s problem. So important to look after things right away. I’m with you , Jill. Mom

  4. Jill, you have been on my mind since we spoke last week. So glad to hear about the appointment yesterday and those to come. It is always amazing to see the little things that work out to smooth the pathways in life. (:

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