Please, take note of the following... Before my surgery I was in a small waiting room in a hospital gown, where also other patients, in hospital gowns, were waiting for treatment.
He came by many times always talking and looking at me throwing hand kisses etc.
Was I a stranger to him? Maybe not! Next, he came by and touched me gently on my hand and I touched him back. This went on for some time. He was well mannered, had lovely deep blue eyes and a smile. He seemed to be mature for his age. I observed the child and noticed how gently and caring he was with his younger brother. I did find him a very special little boy.
He brought his monkey to me again and put the monkey's hand in mine, for me to say hello to his toy friend. When he left some more hand kisses came my way and I returned some to him.
At one point I was bent over a little to pull up my socks. Unnoticed to me this little boy stood right in front of me, and when I lifted my head a bit we stared in each other's eyes. Not a word was exchanged when he put his little hands on my cheeks, holding my face for a while.
He stared deeply into my eyes and very slowly let his hands slide down my face until they landed on my lap, still not a word was exchanged.
It was as if he wanted to tell me something like "You will be alright, you will be fine." I was moved and greatly touched by God through this little boy's action. I heard His message clear and loud. He left as fast as he had come and I whispered: "God bless you, child."
Later on the mother and the two boys were called into the Dr's office. I learned from his grandmother, who was with them as well, that the little boy was treated for cancer and now came back for a check up. "George" as he called the bandage, was going to be taken off.
This little boy did not realize that he had cancer, of course he did not know what was awaiting me. I took his gesture very serious and knew that God had sent this little boy on my path.
After I went through the mentioned surgery, I knew that the Lord did sent this boy for a special purpose, holding my face in his little hands.
Our Father has mysterious ways to speak to His children, but this was a very unusual experience for me. God is ALIVE for sure and He will meet every one of our needs, if our heart trusts in Him. Amen!
But Thou, O LORD, art a shield for me; my glory, and the Lifter up of mine head. Psalm 3:3
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Clean Bill of Health
For His glory,
Minister Dr. Trudy Veerman