Kayleigh Ferguson-Walker - Recovery
There were times when her wound care nurse attended to her wounds that she would become discouraged if it didn’t look like there was progress. Her husband Ramon would tell her “I know no one ever wants to experience pain it has always been something we fear, but in great pain there is always an opportunity for healing. Your body is mending, stitching ever fiber and ligament back together every day, the pain will heal pain.” God has made us so wonderful that we have been designed to heal in such a miraculous way. She has endured this pain for the past 10 months and even though it is extremely difficult she has made it this far very strong and will continue to do so with great support as she looks ahead to the future God has planned. She wouldn’t always like what he would say because of the frustration, but the last appointment she had with her doctor she was so happy to see that her wounds were closing that tissue and skin were mending together. Her husband was so very happy to hear this and continues to stay with her through the journey. We thank God every day for the people that have been inspired by this journey. We are so thankful for all the prayers, encouragement, and support. The love that you continue to express for us can never be forgotten only appreciated. We pray that God will continue to bless all who continue to be with us through this miracle journey. We are faith walkers living in Jesus Christ our Lord.
2 Corinthians 5:7-10 Amplified Bible (AMP)
for we walk by faith, not by sight [living our lives in a manner consistent with our confident belief in God’s promises]— we are [as I was saying] of good courage and confident hope, and prefer rather to be absent from the body and to be at home with the Lord. Therefore, whether we are at home [on earth] or away from home [and with Him], it is our [constant] ambition to be pleasing to Him. For we [believers will be called to account and] must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, so that each one may be repaid for what has been done in the body, whether good or bad [that is, each will be held responsible for his actions, purposes, goals, motives—the use or misuse of his time, opportunities and abilities].
It has been very difficult for her at times not being able to do things for her daughter and her family. However, she continues to stay in good spirits believing that the day will come when through all the pain that she has endured she will be able to care for her daughter and her family the way any Wife, Mother and Daughter would. Both her courage and faith continue to grow as she stands against all fear and doubt. Kayleigh and her Husband Ramon continue to trust in God believing that He will continue to provide the help, strength and healing that she will need during this season. She and her family attend their church as often as they can even if only through live feeds via facebook. Staying connected to God's word continues to be very important part of their family. Kayleigh has been keeping up with doctor appointments and progressing very well. Her doctors and therapists continue to see steady improvement with her wounds and how she had been able to adapt to the many changes. The doctors are confident that by the end of this year she will be able to start adjusting to prosthetic limbs. She was recently able to start having her left leg casted for measurement a few days ago this week. Her husband continues to encourage her daily along with friends and family who continue to support her however they can. Many people from around the world continue to send their prayers, well wishes and encouragement. Kayleigh and her family are so very thankful to everyone who have continued to contribute to her gofundme, facebook and other media outlets. She had no idea what impact her story would have on so many people around the world. Kayleigh and her family would like to wish everyone a very special Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year! We thank you, we are praying for you, and we love you all!
I am amazed at your courage. I think I would have given up, even with MY strong faith. Your radiant smile in one of the pictures is so true and positive that it just made me cry with joy. God has given you a very important job. And you have exceeded His expectations. God is so proud of you. You are an amazing woman, and I pray that the road forward is filled with positivity, miracles and few obstacles. God love you. I do!