Ethan is a precious 6 month old little boy with Leukemia. He has been given a 15% chance of survival, but his parents know that God is much bigger than that 15 percent. They are currently waiting for test results to see if he has any cancer cells in his bone marrow – low cell count means he can proceed with a transplant. He has been tested before & had a high cell count. They are asking everyone to be in prayer over Ethan & his cell count. Put plainly, if his cell count is low, it is only because God chose it to be so.
This is a last chance scenario for this little one. I know what it is like to sit down with a doctor & be told, “I’m so sorry, there is nothing we can do.” Please be in prayer for Ben & Becky (his parents) as they walk this long, exhausting, terrifying road. Their faith is encouraging; go read their story. (The site is very busy today & you may have to refresh the page a couple of times.)
When we were walking this road with Elijah, people were always commenting on how strong our faith was, as if we were some kind of Super Christians. I think the reality is that there are only two choices when the rug is yanked out from underneath you & your world is turned upside down: you can cling to God and hang on for dear life, or you can focus on the wind & the waves and drown.