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    In Psalms, it is written..."let everything that has breath praise the Lord".I just wanted to thank Him for the breath He gave me today! Just before my septal myectomy in Sept. 2002 I hardly had enough air to talk (let alone sing.) Since the surgery I've joined the worship team at our church. Today I had to practice for a solo, practice with the worship team, and sing in the worship service. BLESS GOD I sang about 3 hours! God is good!
    Obstructive HCM, Pacemaker 1999, Septal Myectomy 2002

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    Yes, He is! My first outing after my septal myectomy in October was to attend choir practice one week post surgery. Not only did I want to worship God, but I wanted the opportunity to expand my lungs!

    It's awesome that you're able to do things that you were limited in or unable to do before your surgery!

    HOCM, Septal Myectomy 10/02 (Mayo Clinic), Medtronic ICD 10/07, TIA 10/07


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      Good for you Nancy! What a great sense of accomplishment after not being able to do much due to sob. When you cut your first CD let us know.
      God Squad co-moderator
      Nothing is as gentle as strength and nothing is as strong as gentleness


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        Re: Thank You Lord

        WAY TO GO NANCY....... That's great news. Thanks for sharing!


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          Re: Thank You Lord

          God is very good!
          Thank you for sharing your story Nancy and all your good news.

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