Tim miller writes:'my nine- year old daughter jennifer was looking forward to our family holiday. But she became ill, and a long anticipated day at sea world was replaced by an all- night series of CT scans, x- rays and blood test at the hospital. As morning approached the doctor told my exhausted little girl that she would need to have one more test, a lumbar puncture.
The procedure would be painful, they said. The doctor then asked me if i planned to stay in the room. I nodded, knowing i couldn't leave jennifer alone during the ordeal. The doctor gently asked jennifer to remove all her clothing. She looked at me with child- like modesty as if to ask if that were alright. They had her curl up into a tiny ball. I buried my face in hers and hugged her. When the needle went in, jennifer cried. As the searing pain increased, she robbed repeatedly, "Daddy,Daddy, Daddy", her voice becoming more earnest with each word. It was as if she were saying "oh daddy, please, can't you do something?" my tears mingled with hers. My heart was broken, i felt nauseated. Because i loved her, i was allowing her to go through the most agonising experience of her life. In the middle of that lumbar puncture my thoughts went to the cross. What unspeakable pain both son and father went through; for our sake. But because of christ we have:
a) reconciliation with God.
Today, Thank God for the cross.
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