I just say this from a acquaintance of mine. Pastor Jack Miller is scheduled for surgery in the morning. As I am writing this, it is 1:30 AM. This surgery will determine his future. I copied this directly off his blog. http://pastorjackmiller.blogspot.com/
“ In less than 12 hours, I will go into surgery and by the end of the day so much more knowledge will be uncovered and much will be decided – much beyond what has been revealed.
Less than two months ago, I was told that I had stage 4, incurable cancer and that my life could only be extended. Basically, I was a lost cause; but the last thing one doctor said before he left the room was, ‘Miracles do happen sometimes…’
For weeks, so many around the world have been praying for that miracle that I have asked for of God. That our great and powerful Lord would move as only He can move and do what only He can do and touch me in such a way that only He can receive the glory and credit for what has happened – that I walk out of that hospital and drive away from Cleveland cancer free with a lot of years to live for Him.
I didn’t care if He moved through the doctors or by a miraculous shot of lightening through the ceiling; I just wanted Him to move on my behalf.
In the morning, every person who has prayed for me and with me will find out if we have been praying in the will of God or according to our own will. But how ever this turns out, God will still be on His throne and will still be full of infinite love and mercy.
The greatest comeback in history is the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, but God wants a comeback to happen in every person’s life – if we would just follow Him and listen to His voice. And there is a comeback awaiting each person who follows Him and heeds His Word; but we must trust in Him and His Word for His Spirit to make our hearts and souls come alive for Him in our lives.
That’s what happened to Peter and it can happen to us the same way; but like Peter, it must start with repentance and then reconciliation. Only then will we be restored and rejuvenated for the Lord Jesus Christ.
And I hope that you and me, where ever we are, become a great comeback story for the King of Kings.
Until next time, go win one for the good guys.”
I would like to ask that if you have time, throw out a prayer for Jack and his family. I am so blessed and my mind focuses on things that really are not important. I am sure that most of you guys are like me. Jack is awaiting news that will determine how is life will go from here. Please support him, in your own way.