ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCK


Some days I have trouble expressing myself. Yesterday I had a violent allergic reaction to an antibiotic. I coded blue and went into anaphylactic shock. I had a staff of 10 taking care of me. Injections, more injections, oxygen mask as my breathing crashed. I was lifted into different positions. When I came to there was a collective sigh of relief. Staff laughed nervous laughs and began cleaning up all the trash pieces from used medical equipment.The infectious disease doctor told me this morning just how serious it was. How great is our God. This doc just happened to stop in to check on me. coincidence? Sorry I will not accept that verdict.

I keep falling asleep since they have me on steroids and Benadryl for two days to clear.

LYRICS THAT EXPRESS MY STATE OF MIND

I can count a million times People asking me how I Can praise You with all that I’ve gone through The question just amazes me Can circumstances possibly Change who I forever am in You Maybe since my life was changed Long before these rainy days It’s never really ever crossed my mind To turn my back on you, oh Lord My only shelter from the storm But instead I draw closer through these times So I pray
Bring me joy, bring me peace Bring the chance to be free Bring me anything that brings You glory And I know there’ll be days When this life brings me pain But if that’s what it takes to praise You Jesus, bring the rain
I am Yours regardless of The dark clouds that may loom above Because You are much greater than my pain You who made a way for me By suffering Your destiny So tell me what’s a little rain So I pray
Holy, holy, holy Is the Lord God Almighty

 Artist: MercyMe Song: Bring The Rain Lyrics

About Scott Linscott

Living life to the fullest, walking in the dust of my Rabbi, creating art through photography and written word, speaking words of hope and encouragement at conferences, workshops, church and civic gatherings.
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5 Responses to ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCK

  1. Karen says:

    He knows our every need and He placed that doctor there at the right time. God is good. Praying for you.

    Karen

  2. FloridaVet says:

    Scott,

    The road ahead is getting more difficult and you are leaning upon the light that will sustain you, it will light your way, and calm your fears. The people that do not know Jesus this comes across as nonsense that they cannot understand. But for us Christians we know that God is with us in everything we experience. We also know that whatever God has in store for us is much better that anything we can imagine. God does not tell us what He is going to do with our lives but we can rest assured that whatever will happen it will bring glory to Him. Scott, stay strong in your faith and may God bless you with a long and full life after allowing you to receive a transplant. I ask Him that this will be His Will.

  3. Meredith Kerr says:

    And so I pray along with you, Bring me anything that brings You glory –

  4. Debbie Wenzel says:

    Amen & amen! Our God is good, all the time!

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