9 thoughts on “Kicking the Surgery Can Down the Road

  1. Knowing that our future is secure in the hands of a God who loves us more than it is possible for us to fathom is, of course, the ultimate consolation. As you youself have pointed out, it puts you in the winners circle in any event. What strenth you must derive in knowing the love of all of us whose lives you have strenghtened over the years is at your disposal in this hard journey. You remain daily in our prayers–both of you.
    Dick and Elaine

  2. Dave and Sheri,
    I support you both in your decision and am praying for you! You are in good hands with God and I think you are making a wise choice medically. Profess your healing (while unseen) and I believe it will be manifest in the physical.

  3. A prayerful thought from me would be to have the surgery and continue with the direction the Lord is taking you with service. Either decision would have my prayers.

  4. Praying for a safe and successful trip?. I also think you have made the right choice.
    You guys are loved by so many people, have made such an impact for the Kingdom and are such an inspiration to so many of us of what it looks like to put feet to your faith. God bless you with peace and his strength as you walk this tough road.
    Enjoy the sunshine in San Diego☀️

    1. Hello dear ones:

      Thank you for continuing to share your journey with us.

      Dave I personally would do the surgery!!! I know a gentleman who had the surgery and I will try to find out more from him. He lives of n England. He does very well and I would have never known he had that surgery if he didn’t mention it. My prayers, love and hugs to you both!

  5. We think the path you’ve chosen is the best one. Any alternative to removing your esophagus is better. We know this is a hard choice and
    know it comes with a lot of unknowns. Our prayers for you both.

  6. A tough decision. So sorry that you are is this situation. Our daughter has recently needed to make a decision, too. Not as serious but life changing. We are praying for God’s guidance for you. We know the outcome is in His hands although the way is not clear. Blessings, Phil & Carol

  7. I pray that you are lead to make the right decisions regarding your treatment options. I also pray that you may have a return to good health. I pray for you both to have assurance and peace that comes from knowing our loving God is in control. Blessings, Carol

  8. God promises that if we ask Him for guidance, He answers. God says, I am Healer. Ex 15:26, Is 57:18. Ultimately He is the one who heals. Joining with you in praying for His healing.

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