tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8341689034619131983.post4868234544894342480..comments2016-04-17T13:33:39.659-05:00Comments on Shelly Wildman: An Anniversary - Part 2Shelly Wildman####noreply@blogger.comThanks for sharing.Thanks for sharing.mitzinoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8341689034619131983.post-7668621948223278812009-11-03T20:10:10.053-06:002009-11-03T20:10:10.053-06:00This is deep. This is real. And oh,so meaningful. ...This is deep. This is real. And oh,so meaningful. Thank you.Beverlydru####noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8341689034619131983.post-45019361800176529832009-11-03T10:54:34.711-06:002009-11-03T10:54:34.711-06:00Thanks for sharing your story. I&#39;ve been catc...Thanks for sharing your story. I&#39;ve been catching up on my blog reading and this was so good...love the psalm.Bridget####noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8341689034619131983.post-60721175268300607702009-11-03T09:58:33.132-06:002009-11-03T09:58:33.132-06:00Thanks for the comments, friends. I&#39;m glad my ...Thanks for the comments, friends. I&#39;m glad my story can continue to be used.<br /><br />Mary, the only reason I was lucid was because I hadn&#39;t had the surgery yet. They had to wait until I was semi-healthy enough to get through the surgery part. So for the first four or five days I was just waiting around to &quot;get better.&quot; The last several days were another story . . . which is why I do believe God put me in that room at that time for a reason.Shelly @ Life on the Wild Side####noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8341689034619131983.post-7083526481268874412009-11-03T09:57:11.571-06:002009-11-03T09:57:11.571-06:00This comment has been removed by the author.tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8341689034619131983.post-30048073555639058262009-11-03T09:10:17.116-06:002009-11-03T09:10:17.116-06:00Shelly, that’s incredible! That God used you – tha...Shelly, that’s incredible! That God used you – that you allowed yourself to be used. Wow!<br /><br />I can’t imagine being lucid in that environment. When I was in the hospital, I was pretty out of it for the most part. And I had a private room the whole time. I never thought – until reading your story – about how very blessed I was in those ways!Mary @ Giving Up On Perfect####noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8341689034619131983.post-82462748854214563652009-11-03T08:08:37.148-06:002009-11-03T08:08:37.148-06:00Shelly, I never knew this part of the story. Thank...Shelly, I never knew this part of the story. Thanks for sharing. I&#39;m so glad you&#39;re writing about last year. I know you&#39;ve been processing for a while and it was time to write it all down.<br /><br />One thing I love about God is how He calls us to minister in the midst if our brokenness . . . and by obeying, we are ministered to. How backward. How counter-intuitive. And how so like Jesus who calls us to a Way that is new and different and right.<br /><br />I am so glad God has blessed you for your obedience . . . and by your obedience.Jennifer Merck####noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8341689034619131983.post-83907425452179650012009-11-03T08:00:05.888-06:002009-11-03T08:00:05.888-06:00Shell, I&#39;m crying. You MAY someday know what ...Shell, I&#39;m crying. You MAY someday know what those words being read meant to Marge. I hope you meet her in Heaven and she tells you how much comfort you gave her. <br /><br />The Psalms are so healing to all of us but were especially comforting to me when I thought I was dying of cancer. <br /><br />The power of God&#39;s word is probably inconceivable to us even though we are affected by it greatly.<br /><br />I&#39;m waiting impatiently for the rest of your hospital story. Mostly because I know the outcome and how God healed you. But also for more stories like this one. This,I think, is why we are here on earth waiting for Heaven.Linda####noreply@blogger.com