“He will cover you with his feathers.
He will shelter you with his wings.
His faithful promises are your armor and protection.
Do not be afraid of the terror of the night, nor the arrow that flies in the day.” -Psalm 91:4-5
Reading the Psalm, I recalled last Thursday night when I got so frustrated with the clinical trial situation, witch has gotten nowhere, that I could not sleep. The sparks of frustration caught fire on George, and then invited series of anxieties such as his health, his job, future finances, the kids safety and future, etc. It was the attack of” terrors”.
Next morning, after three days of the silence without no reply from the oncologist, I wrote a complaint email to Kaiser, It was when I was about to click the “send” command that the phone rang. Finally, the oncologist accepted my request and her case manager told over the phone that she would fax the missing medial information to NCI.
Praise the Lord!
Deleting the complaint, I breathed a deep sigh of relief: Next week I will hear from NCI about when to fly there. –I set the expectation high.
Yet no email on Monday and Tuesday.
September is almost over and the time is passing like the sands slipping down on the palm against my will to hold them. Yet, the Words of the Bible comfort me. The Lord never makes mistakes. He is faithful. Maybe tomorrow… I trust in Him to bring me the good news.