Saturday, May 16, 2009

Show me Your Glory - Third Day

Many of you know that I had a heart cath on Wednesday. When I got into the operating room, one of the assistants said "Dr. McCabe likes rock and roll. What do you like." I'm sure I was shaking my head and making faces. :) He said "Gospel? How about Christian rock and roll, Third Day?" I said "I love Third Day." I told him more than once, I wanted the doctor to be happy. He said, "Oh, stop it." So this is what I listened to during the procedure. And thank the Lord, God, my heart is normal! To God be the Glory, all praises and thanks!

Be sure to visit Amy's blog for more music videos.


Adrienne said...

Love the fact that you could hear this music in the hospital! And I'm praising the Lord for answered prayer. ~Adrienne~

jAne said...

I'm tenderly embracing you in prayer, Cathy. Wish I could bring by a bit of nourishment for you today and fluff your pillow and your nest just a bit.

Bless you dearly.


Scott said...

A beautiful story of His grace and hand so perfectly upon you - it was His hand doing that procedure!

Praising Him for the good report!

Hugs and love,

Peggy said...

Blessings Cathy! Praise God! I guess HE did show you HIS glory & I'm glad that you received a good report on your heart. Even better that you could listen to Third Day along with your medical professionals. Him be the glory. You take it easy, rest & I hope someone is there that can spoil you like Jane wanted to do!
How sweet! Enjoy TSMSS & REST! verification word is chosen!!!

seesawfaith said...


Yay on the heart cath!

Cherdecor said...

Good Grief! You were awake during that procedure?????? Scary!!!!

You are such a trooper, Cathy!


Nancy said...

So glad you know your heart is normal, What caused the A-fib in the first place do you know??? God is amazing and can heal anything..

Mocha with Linda said...

So great to be able to hear such uplifting music during a nerve-wracking procedure! Glad all is well.

Smilingsal said...

Good sound, Cathy. Don't worry; I'll keeping blogging although I may skip a day here and there.