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January 16, 2001

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 Update on the Robinsons’ Plans

Surgery Scheduled for Walter on January 17, 2000

Dear Friends, Supporters, and Prayer Partners of the Robinsons,

We arrived in West Virginia weary and frazzled after a rather stressful trip from the Caribbean on Tuesday, January 9. (That is another story in itself) Our specialist cancelled our original appointment for that same day due to a death in his family, and rescheduled it for that Friday, January 12.

Thankfully, most of my injuries are healing nicely—including the broken collarbone. However, I have seen the specialist who confirmed that my knee is going to take surgery to repair. I am scheduled to go into Thomas Memorial Hospital (in South Charleston, WV) at 2:30 PM tomorrow, Wednesday, January 17. Surgery is expected to begin about two hours later.

Please pray for the following:

  1. That all-necessary surgical repairs will be made to the knee during the one surgery.
  2. That the cartilage will be in good shape and useable.
  3. That I will have no trouble with donor bone graph material
  4. That the Great Physician will guide my doctor, anesthesiologist, and all support personnel.
  5. That I will remain infection free.
  6. That the pain will be managed effectively.
  7. That healing will proceed rapidly with no complications.
  8. Financially meeting the expected cost that will most likely exceed what our health coverage group will provide.

Please remember to pray for our folks that attend Windward Bible Church back on Carriacou, and also pray for the missionary families that stepped in to lead our folks in our absense.

If anyone has any questions they may contact Linda or me by the information supplied on our contacts page.

Still looking up for Him,

Walter Robinson II


January 17, 2001

Dear Friends, Supporters, and Prayer Partners,

Walt checked into Thomas around 2:30 p.m. and was taken into surgery about 3:15. The Doctor was able to repair the knee and the ligament. (which was punctured) His surgery lasted almost three hours. We ask that you will continue to pray that there will be no complications and that his healing will go quickly. Pray also that he will be able to rest and that the pain will be managed effectively.

In His Service,

Linda


January 24, 2001 12:22 AM

Home and Healing

Dear Friends, Supporters, and Prayer Partners,

We rejoice in the fact that Walt is now home and starting to heal. He was released from the hospital on Monday around noon. The surgeon put eight or nine screws and a plate in his knee and did a bone graph to repair the damage. He has a nice incision about eight to ten inches down the front of his leg, it kind of resembles a zipper. His first night home was painful until about 3:00 in the morning, but he still rested a lot better than he did in the hospital. I haven’t figured out why he didn’t enjoy his stay there. Oh well, Jessie and I love having him home and we are thankful that his fever has gone down some. Please pray that it will go down to normal. He has an appointment to see his doctor on Tuesday to have the staples removed. He is improving day by day which is an answer to prayer. Please pray that his check-up goes well.

Pray for Windward Bible Church that the people will be faithful to the Lord. Pray for the missionary families have taken over in our absence, that that the Lord will give them good health and increased stamina as they carry on their ministry and fill in for us. We are thankful to these dear men for being faithful servants of the Lord.

And we offer thanks to you dear folks who stand in the gap and continually lift us up to the Lord. We can truly say, without the Lord and you the ministry on Carriacou would be in vain.

In His Time,

Linda


Wednesday, January 31, 2001

Lord willing, Walt is to start therapy

 

Dear Friends, Supporters, and Prayer Partners,

Thanks so much for your continual prayer for Walter. He went today to get his staples taken out, all twenty-three of them. The assistant’s prompt and quick procedure only brought twenty-one flinches from Walt. Then they used some kind of adhesive to seal butter-fly like band-aides over his incision. The adhesive makes his leg smell like it was singed. The doctor said that his x-rays looked good and that his leg was healing okay. Lord willing and providing he will begin having therapy three times a week to start bending the knee as soon as possible.

Thank you for your prayers, cards, gifts, and phone calls. We appreciate your thoughtfulness and acts of kindness. He enjoys reading the cards and talking with friends when the pain is not so noticeable. Also it helps to keep him from suffering "cabin fever" so much. We desire your prayers as he starts this next phase of the healing process.

Please continue to pray for the other missionary families here that are continuing the ministry of Windward Bible Church in our absence. We really do appreciate their labor for the Lord on our behalf. We have been told that the attendance is still good.

Servants of the Lord,
Linda for the family


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