Tuesday, August 31, 2004

Luke has a guardian angel...

Luke has a guardian angel and his name is Jim. Shortly after Luke was taken out of the swimming pool in his lifeless state a man entered the backyard and performed CPR on Luke until the paramedics arrived on the scene. Nobody knew who this man was nor did they see where he went. He was an angel.

Tonight, the Angel came to the hospital and his name is Jim. Jim was visiting his nephew while on vacation in our fair community. Jim heard the wailing and screams of Luke's Mom and Sisters. Jim ran to our backyard and came alongside of Luke's brother to perform the CPR. I consider it a miracle that Jim was there at this time with the right skills and knowledge to do the job. I thank God that he gave Luke a guardian angel named Jim.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I can attest to this personly. I want to thank you Jim for coming to my little brothers rescue right at the time when I was having difficulty continuing the CPR. Forever Grateful-Daniel
ps I believe that if the LORD can raise my little brothers heart (he had absolutely no pulse), and his lungs (his lungs where totally filled with water), from the dead, He can raise Lukes whole mind to completeness.
And this is exactly what I am believing with all of you in prayer. Thank you all for your heartfelt prayers, we can feel them and are seeing them being answered. Praise the LORD for the awesome work He is doing!!!

Anonymous said...

I can't thank Jim enough for what he has done. Your calmness and coolness was just so amazing. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Love in Christ,
Luke's Sister

Anonymous said...

Dear Searles Family,
Your request for prayer has traveled far and wide. Friends in Lakewood and family in California have been added to the list of prayer warriors.
The God of the universe, your Father who loves and cares for you will uphold you with His right hand.
Ps 42:8 says, "The Lord will command His lovingkindness in the daytime, and in the night His song shall be with me- A prayer to the God of my life."
We rejoice with you about all of God's goodness, and look forward to testimony after testimony of the miracles that God has done through the process. We will continue to pray for Luke's complete restoration. May the joy of the Lord be your strength.
The Andersons

KiltedCop said...

Jim, if you're reading this... THANK YOU! Your willingness to get involved will have ramifications much larger than you could ever imagine.

Anonymous said...

Thank God for His Goodness. I want to thank you for having this web site. God is using Luke and your family through this difficult time. I'm reminded to be thankful for my family and to lift God up for his gentle and strong arms of love. I am a strong believer in the power of prayers, but it still surprises me every time to see how awesome God is in His majesty. Thank you Luke, you have left a watermark on my heart.

Anonymous said...

Thank God for His Goodness. I want to thank you for having this web site. God is using Luke and your family through this difficult time. I'm reminded to be thankful for my family and to lift God up for his gentle and strong arms of love. I am a strong believer in the power of prayers, but it still surprises me every time to see how awesome God is in His majesty. Thank you Luke, you have left a watermark on my heart.

Anonymous said...

Jim - Thanks seems so small compared to how much my heart is grateful. I am glad you came by the hospital and we got to meet you. You will always have a big place in our hearts. See you at Luke’s second birthday. He is looking great today-Thursday. Maybe tomorrow we will see his smile. Auntie Cindy

8725 said...

First I will continue to pray for Luke as I have since first hearing the story from Jim. Jim is, Jim is my best friend, Jim is my hero, Jim is my uncle. There are a thousand miles between him and I yet I have never felt far from him. He is with me daily. I thank God that while at my home, two doors down from Luke's Jim had the courage and tenacity to go charging in. In todays world we are so often apprehensive about getting involved that we sometimes fail to accomplish the good that God has bestowed upon us. Jim is such a roll model for me and a pillar to our family, I am gratefull that he was able to be there in your time of need as he always has been for me. Our families are now one and we all will to continue to pray. We may need a larger place for Luke's Second. Good Bless