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We appreciate Jaymun's world-wide "family" ...lets support each other.
Tue, 9 Jan 2007 08:48 -
What an angel he is... singing and dancing to the music
. Thank you for sharing his sweet face and voice with us. May God continue to work miracles through Jaymun... he has touched so many!
Nicole in Oregon
Mon, 8 Jan 2007 15:44 -
Oh that video is so sweet... I just want to pick him up and kiss those chubby little cheeks.
And they overcame by the blood of the Lamb and the word of their testimony. Keep trucking guys - Jesus is still on the throne and thanks be unto God who ALWAYS causes you to triumph!!!!
Sun, 7 Jan 2007 18:37 -
Hello, my name is Rachel. My husband and I met you and one of your sons in the cafeteria at the hospital. We were there for our son's first surgery on his lymphatic malformation. I am happy to report that his surgery went very well. We were able to go home the following day. Anyway, I wanted to thank you for inviting us to Jaymun's page. His story and his strength have me at a loss for words. Absolutely amazing and inspiring!! I can't help but wonder how you and your family manage. We will be sure to keep Jaymun in our thoughts and prayers.
With hope for better days to come....
Sincerely, The Royers ~ Dave, Rachel, & Connor
Sat, 6 Jan 2007 18:08 -
Dear Dave & Jennifer & Family,
Not every day...not even every other day - but now and again in my prayers, in my waking thoughts - Jaymun.
I realized I hadn't kept up with your journal. What a storm the Captain has brought you through! What a Captain we have!! A Captain Who is also the King of the Universe.
Though I love each day's faithful account, I had to pause in awe at the Dec. 13 entry - Why a Miracle
? The character of God. Period. The raw eloquence of that day's entry is the grit of faith that outshines any polished sermon. That holding on to the Lord with expectation even though the ship is taking on water from two sides - that is what separates the Christian from the rest. We know Someone. We rest in Him. What a mercy that we know Him! What a gift.
We love you. We're so thankful our God is far more faithful and attentive that we, your distant friends, have been. And He's big enough to carry us all through at the same time. Praise God.
With Christian love, The Lipsy Family
Sat, 6 Jan 2007 10:27 -
I'll keep bobbing in to see how Jaymun is progressing. Good luck with your little miracle!
Fri, 5 Jan 2007 18:24 -
Dave & Jennifer
My heart goes out to all of you.
I don't know you personally but I heard about Jaymun from Dave's sister Lois.
We attend the church she does and we have been praying for precious Jaymun ever since we heard the news.
He is such a blessing and so happy considering his trials.
I am sooo glad you put together this web page, I love to check and see how Jaymun's doing and to see how the LORD is moving in his life as well as yours.
My heart is especially sensitive because I have a son who is right around Jaymun's age.
Your journal enteries make me love my baby Joshua all the more. I don't know if I could be so strong.
Your family is a true inspiration. Know that my family and our church family will be praying for your family every day!
In HIS Love Nicky (Redford MI)
Wed, 3 Jan 2007 13:47 -
Dave & Jennifer What a blessing to see the miracle of Jaymun. We will continue to pray. May God Bless you always.
Wed, 3 Jan 2007 08:27 -
Very Well put!! So glad to hear that Jaymun is improving. I love hearing about those miracles. God is good! You are all in my daily thoughts and prayers. I hope you are all at home before you know it with the rest of the family.
Jennifer (J.J.) Ringgold- Aunt to Xavier Gibson HLHS Heart Transplant Angel
Wed, 3 Jan 2007 09:19 -
We don't personally know your family, but we understand
your pain. When our son was 17 months old, he also was severely ill and suffered from Morphine Withdrawal. It was extremely difficult to see our usual happy easy going baby suffer so much. We prayed so hard for our baby's health never realizing the difficult times ahead with the withdrawal. It seems like to took forever to see that content, happy always smiling little boy again but one day, he woke up and we just knew that would be the day. It took about a month but he was definitely back to himself. Hang in there guys, your baby Jaymun will wake up one morning soon and you will just know, he will be back to the baby you remembered from months ago.
God Bless your family now and forever.
Wed, 3 Jan 2007 00:02
My continued prayers to all of you. I check your blog on a daily basis, usually several times a day and am so glad when I see something posted and bear witness to Jaymun's miracle. With the way Jaymun has improved and all the prayers coming your way, I think you will be home in less than a month.
That is my prayer!!.......
Mary (Houston, TX)
Tue, 2 Jan 2007 21:48 -
I am so touched by your family's strength and faith. Little Jaymun
is such a little warrior!
I was so happy to see that he had a better day today.
Our youngest son, Michael was born with a VSD (heart defect). He had open heart surgery in November of
2005. I was in the hospital with him for a week. I can't begin to imagine what your journey has been.
It was an awful experience, not having any control over the situation. And yet, God had total
control. Our family was never stronger, thanks to many friends and strangers who prayed for us. Today, even though
we are not in a "crisis" per say, our faith remains strong. God has shown Himself in so many parts of our lives.
I pray that you all will continue to seek Him and be used by Him. What you are experiencing has such Purpose!
You are in our prayers. Give that sweet baby lots of hugs and kisses!
Sun, 31 Dec 2006 07:45 -
Continued prayers for a healthy journey in 2007.
Also so Mom and Dad will continue to feel God's presence so strongly that they are able to minister to all of us.
Sat, 30 Dec 2006 19:43 -
Dear Dave, Jennifer, and family.
Been so happy to hear you finally saw Jaymun's smile once again.
We have been praying and praying for that smile, for you all but I think for us also.
We check this site so many times daily because your family is constantly in our thoughts and prayers throughout each and every day. This weekend all our family is at our place, Brad and his family, Brian and his family and now of course Brenda and her two (Allie and BJ) now live with us.
We all hope and pray that you continually receive the strength you need to just keep up the good job you are doing.
We Love you all.
The Teetzens Bruce, Bev, Brad, Lisa, Emma, Jessica, Brian, Tracy, Skye, Cassie, Brenda, Allie, and BJ
"May You All Have A Blessed New Year"
Sat, 30 Dec 2006 18:59 -
I am praying for your son jaymun.
He is such a beautiful baby! What a little blessing. I wish the best
for you and your son. all God's blessings and Grace be with you on your journey.
Sincerely, Tara Pollard Pakosta
Fri, 29 Dec 2006 11:03 -
I have been away with my family in France over Christmas, and I wondered how little Jaymun was getting on - he seemed so ill before I left. I am overjoyed to hear how well he is doing, and for him to give you that smile on Christmas day must have been the best gift you ever could have wished for. I hope everyone else is recovering from the stomach flu and that the children enjoyed their Christmas.
Also just wanted to say what a wonderful man Jeff is and it restores one's faith in human kindness!
Thinking about Devon falling asleep under the night sky makes me smile!
God bless you all, and may 2007 bring you all your heart's desires.