Miracles Do Happen

Baby healed of CANCER through Prayers and GOD’S Herbs!

Our son, Dallas Cole Guffey, was born Monday, October 17, 1994 at 5:16 p.m.  He had the appearance of a healthy 7 lb. 3 oz. bouncing baby boy.  But less than one hour after his birth everything changed.  He was brought to me in recovery where I was to feed him for the first time.  During the feeding Dallas began gasping for air and his forehead turned blue.  I called immediately for the nurse and she rushed Dallas to the nursery.  In about an hour the pediatrician was standing at my bedside telling us that Dallas had quit breathing but was revived by inserting a tube into his throat.  The doctor also said that he was so concerned about Dallas that he had already called the Med Flight Unit in Huntsville for immediate transportation.

At 10:30 p.m. Dallas was in the helicopter.  Waylon, my husband, went to Huntsville with Dallas and called me every hour to update me on his condition since the doctor would not release me at that time.  Dallas remained in Huntsville for the next 3 days.  The doctors in Huntsville felt that it was necessary for him to be transferred on Thursday to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Children’s Hospital in Birmingham for further tests.

On Friday afternoon we were told that Dallas was not able to breathe because a large mass was located behind his right lung.  This mass was preventing air flow to his lungs and putting pressure on his heart causing an irregular heartbeat.  The lungs were so restricted that each breath was a tremendous task for Dallas.  His stomach and his back bone would almost meet because it took so much for him to get the air he needed.

We were told that surgery was necessary to remove the mass early Monday morning.  We would not know what the mass was until it was removed and examined.  Thank God the surgery went great and Dallas recovered extremely well.

From birth up until this point it had been necessary for Dallas to have the tube in his throat to be able to breath.  The morning after surgery the doctor told us they were about to remove the tube from his throat.  I had reservations about doing this soon after surgery so I fell to my knees in prayer while Waylon went to talk to the doctor about waiting one more day to allow his strength to increase.  The doctor agreed to wait.  On Wednesday morning a team of about 6 doctors equipped with emergency equipment gathered around Dallas to remove the tube.  Very shortly thereafter, the nurse came to get us with a huge smile on her face.  She said that the doctors were extremely surprised at how well Dallas began to breathe on his own without missing a single breath.

That afternoon we were told that the tissue had been examined and diagnosed as a Neuroblastoma, a cancerous tumor involving the nervous system, and they determined that the cancer was in Stage 4, which is very serious.  It would be impossible for me to even try to express the extent of our devastated emotions at this point, but I can honestly tell you that this was the worst moment we had ever experienced in our lives.

The doctor told us that they were going to do more tests to be sure that there were no more tumors.  They were quite sure that there was less than a 5% chance that any more tumors would be found.  Since the doctors would not allow us to give Dallas herbs directly, my only choice would be to get them to him by way of nursing him.  As soon as we were able to get our thoughts together, I called home and asked that someone make me some Native Legend Tea and bring it to me along with some Red Clover Plus, CoQ10, Chlorophyll, Nature’s Tea, Lifiber, EFA’s, Stress Aid and much more.  We also began to give him PhytoPath when it was made available in January.  After receiving the products, I began taking mega doses of these products.  I took about 60 to 80 capsules 3 times a day plus I was drinking mega doses of Red Clover Plus and Native Legend Tea daily because I wanted my milk to be strong with nutrients for Dallas’ benefit.

Baby healed of CANCER through Prayers and GOD’S Herbs!

Our son, Dallas Cole Guffey, was born Monday, October 17, 1994 at 5:16 p.m.  He had the appearance of a healthy 7 lb. 3 oz. bouncing baby boy.  But less than one hour after his birth everything changed.  He was brought to me in recovery where I was to feed him for the first time.  During the feeding Dallas began gasping for air and his forehead turned blue.  I called immediately for the nurse and she rushed Dallas to the nursery.  In about an hour the pediatrician was standing at my bedside telling us that Dallas had quit breathing but was revived by inserting a tube into his throat.  The doctor also said that he was so concerned about Dallas that he had already called the Med Flight Unit in Huntsville for immediate transportation.

At 10:30 p.m. Dallas was in the helicopter.  Waylon, my husband, went to Huntsville with Dallas and called me every hour to update me on his condition since the doctor would not release me at that time.  Dallas remained in Huntsville for the next 3 days.  The doctors in Huntsville felt that it was necessary for him to be transferred on Thursday to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Children’s Hospital in Birmingham for further tests.

On Friday afternoon we were told that Dallas was not able to breathe because a large mass was located behind his right lung.  This mass was preventing air flow to his lungs and putting pressure on his heart causing an irregular heartbeat.  The lungs were so restricted that each breath was a tremendous task for Dallas.  His stomach and his back bone would almost meet because it took so much for him to get the air he needed.

We were told that surgery was necessary to remove the mass early Monday morning.  We would not know what the mass was until it was removed and examined.  Thank God the surgery went great and Dallas recovered extremely well.

From birth up until this point it had been necessary for Dallas to have the tube in his throat to be able to breath.  The morning after surgery the doctor told us they were about to remove the tube from his throat.  I had reservations about doing this soon after surgery so I fell to my knees in prayer while Waylon went to talk to the doctor about waiting one more day to allow his strength to increase.  The doctor agreed to wait.  On Wednesday morning a team of about 6 doctors equipped with emergency equipment gathered around Dallas to remove the tube.  Very shortly thereafter, the nurse came to get us with a huge smile on her face.  She said that the doctors were extremely surprised at how well Dallas began to breathe on his own without missing a single breath.

That afternoon we were told that the tissue had been examined and diagnosed as a Neuroblastoma, a cancerous tumor involving the nervous system, and they determined that the cancer was in Stage 4, which is very serious.  It would be impossible for me to even try to express the extent of our devastated emotions at this point, but I can honestly tell you that this was the worst moment we had ever experienced in our lives.

The doctor told us that they were going to do more tests to be sure that there were no more tumors.  They were quite sure that there was less than a 5% chance that any more tumors would be found.  Since the doctors would not allow us to give Dallas herbs directly, my only choice would be to get them to him by way of nursing him.  As soon as we were able to get our thoughts together, I called home and asked that someone make me some Native Legend Tea and bring it to me along with some Red Clover Plus, CoQ10, Chlorophyll, Nature’s Tea, Lifiber, EFA’s, Stress Aid and much more.  We also began to give him PhytoPath when it was made available in January.  After receiving the products, I began taking mega doses of these products.  I took about 60 to 80 capsules 3 times a day plus I was drinking mega doses of Red Clover Plus and Native Legend Tea daily because I wanted my milk to be strong with nutrients for Dallas’ benefit.

On Thursday we were told that the x-rays revealed two more tumors!  One was located on the bones around both eyes and the other one was against his spine.  At this point we almost lost what little strength and sanity we had.  Waylon and I believe strongly in God and that God answers prayers.  God had already answered one of our prayers when He gave us a child and we knew that He would also take care of this wonderful gift.  I know that God was holding our hands and guiding us through every turn of this journey.

The doctor felt that chemotherapy was necessary because the pressure of the tumor against his spine could possibly cause his limbs on his right side to become paralyzed.  Waylon and I have always been horrified of chemo because we have seen friends suffer and even die as a result of it.  We prayed about this and decided that we would do one treatment.  The recommended dosage was to be the mildest dosage he could be given.  We knew that we could cleanse his body of the drugs afterwards but if he became paralyzed we could not do anything about that.

During a meeting with the doctor she informed us of all of the side effects of the two drugs Cytoxan and Adriamycin.  These side effects ranged from mild to severe stomach aches, liver and kidney damage and even leukemia.  Out of curiosity, Waylon asked the doctor what she would do if the chemo caused leukemia.  She said she would treat the leukemia with a different kind of chemo.  (This made little sense to us.)  These dangerous side effects made us feel comfortable with our decision to give Dallas only one chemo treatment.  The doctor laughed at us and said, “One treatment is a nice thing to wish for, but don’t count on it.”  We told her that we were not wishing for it, we were praying for it, and it would happen.  The doctor’s intentions were to give him 5 treatments.  We were very careful in asking her prior to signing any consent forms if we could in fact, stop the treatments after the first one without a court battle over our child’s care.  She told us that his care was in our control and we could stop after one treatment.

His chemo treatment would last for eight days.  For seven days Dallas received Cytoxan by mouth and on the eighth day he received Adriamycin through an external central catheter.  During these eight days Dallas never had a fretful day or a fever.  In addition to that, several nurses commented to us that they had never seen a baby as sick as Dallas have such a great attitude.  Even though he had monitoring wires attached to him and at least two to three I.V.s in his scalp, he was always smiling.  We contributed this to God and the nutrients Dallas received from the herbs we were giving him.  He was released from the hospital on Sunday which was the day after his treatment was completed.  This had been the longest 3 weeks of our entire lives!

November 21st (one month old) was our first follow-up visit after leaving the hospital.  The doctor told us that the tumor on his spine had decreased 50%!  We were beside oursleves with excitement!  His doctor was not happy at all when we told her that we still did not want any more chemo.  It was at this point that we told her about the herbs we were giving him and that we preferred to continue that route.  She was furious, but she saw that we were firm with our decision.

Our second follow-up visit was on December 16th (two months old).  We originally scheduled his appointment for January in order to give the herbs as much time as possible to strengthen his body.  One day upon returning home we were astonished to find an incredibly insensitive as well as unprofessional message from Dallas’ doctor on our answering machine.  In an extremely hateful tone she demanded to see Dallas at once, bluntly stating Dallas’ impending death if a chemo treatment was not administered immediately.  She said the tumor would grow to the point of not allowing him to breathe and he would die.  Such a message made us very angry.  In order to prove to her that our child was not being neglected but in fact, was doing great we agreed to see her immediately as she requested.  One fact that made her statement on our machine so incredibly ridiculous was that the tumor that had caused him not to be able to breathe had been removed when he was 1 week old from which time his breathing had not been an issue.  At our visit it was discovered to her amazement according to the x-rays that the tumor on the spine had decreased by another10% and the tumors on the bones around both eyes was completely gone!  It was during this visit, after giving us such wonderful news, that his doctor threatened to force us to give him more chemo by taking us to court.  We quickly and plainly told her that under no conditions would she force our child to have any more chemo.

She also was very negative with her words.  She was saying things like “death” in the same sentence with our son’s name.  I more or less got directly in her face and told her very strongly that if she could not say anything positive about our son in either his or our presence that I preferred she say nothing at all.

Our third follow-up visit was on February 6th, 1995 (four months old).  The x-rays revealed at this appointment that the tumor had decreased by an additional 5%.  We were very pleased with his improvement but again all his doctor could talk about was more chemo.  As a matter of fact, her attitude was so negative and rude, that we decided on that day to terminate her as his doctor and never subject our son or ourselves to that kind of treatment again.

As parents who love our son dearly, we prayed for a doctor that would respect us as parents, and would be more interested in our son’s health than filling their pockets full of money.  We also prayed for a doctor who believed in God as our Healer.

A friend of ours put us in contact with a doctor whom he believed could help us.  This doctor called to ask what we expected from him.  I told him that first of all, we believe God heals the body.  Secondly, we believe in and take nutritional supplements.  Thirdly, Dallas would not have any more chemo as long as the tumor continues to shrink without it.  Also, that we would not tolerate someone threatening to take us to court.  In the end, he was very nice and said he would gladly work with us, however, we should expect him to recommend chemo just as the previous doctor had.  I told him that he could recommend it as long as he understood that we could refuse it.

Our first appointment with him was on April 21st (six months old).  On this glorious day the x-rays revealed that the tumor was no longer a tumor.  It has now become what he referred to as “scar tissue”.  Also, according to the urine and blood test there was no cancer in Dallas’ body.  He went on to say that according to the medical records transferred from Birmingham, that on February 6th, it was also the opinion of Dallas’ previous doctor that the tumor was, even then, only “scar tissue”.  (However, she undoubtly did not find it necessary to share this important information with us.)  Waylon asked the doctor why this information had been kept from us by the doctor in Birmingham.  He simply gave us a very confusing look and said that he did not know.  As you recall, the doctor in Birmingham had nothing to say on that day of February 6th except how we were not being fair to our son by not allowing her to give him more chemo because she insisted the tumor would grow. (I have a copy of Dallas’ medical reports and x-rays in my possession to prove her dishonesty and deception.)  The doctor told us that Dallas looked clear, but before giving us his final diagnosis he wanted to study the x-rays in more detail with a team of doctors on his staff.  He said he would call us on May 1 to give us the final decision.

May 1, 1995 was almost as joyous for us as the day Dallas was born because just as the doctor promised he called and confirmed his initial decision.

Considering the fact that the doctor in Birmingham was sure that Dallas would die of cancer if any other treatment besides chemo was given, he is today vibrant, healthy and cancer free with the use of alternative methods rather than chemo.  Dallas has recently turned eight months old weighing a healthy 20 lbs.  He is extremely strong and advanced for his age.  He is always in a pleasant mood with a constant smile on his face.  When people meet Dallas they are shocked to learn what he has been through because he is the ideal picture of health.

We could not have made it without everyone’s prayers, and because God is faithful to those who look to Him.  We thank God for healing Dallas and we also thank God for giving us the herbs and nutrients to cleanse and strengthen our bodies.

UPDATE ON DALLAS

Dallas is now 3 yrs. old.  He has just completed his first year of pre-school at Living Word Christian Academy.  He was the youngest student in the 2-4 year old class.  At 3 years old he is still healthy, happy and very intelligent.  I must take a moment to brag about my son.  He can write his name, recite The Lord’s Prayer, the Pledge of Allegiance to the Bible, the Christian Flag, and the U.S. Flag.  He can also recite John 3:16 and many other Bible verses.  At Awards Night he received the award for Most Polite.  Are we proud parents or what?!

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Dallas Guffe at 15

Dallas’ health is doing great!  We returned to Vanderbilt in Nashville on February 18, 1998 (3 yrs. 4 mo. old) for his annual checkup.  When we arrived we asked the receptionist about our normal routine of getting Dallas’ urine sample and doing the x-rays as we had been required to do in the past.  She said she did not know about the x-ray because there was a big question mark on the front of Dallas’ chart so she did not know what was going on.  At first this scared us, then we thought – No, that just means that Dallas has done so well that they don’t know what they need.  Within a few minutes we were called back to see the doctor.  He reviewed Dallas’ history with us.  He also reviewed with us the fact that Dallas only had the one chemo treatment and no radiation.  He then asked us if Dallas had received all of his immunization shots.  We were quick to tell him that we do not believe in immunizations.  (If you have children please do some research into these shots for your child’s sake.  Give yourself the opportunity to make an informed and educated decision).  After the questions the doctor examined Dallas.  Turning to Waylon and myself, the doctor said, “Well, Dallas is obviously healthy and has done so well for so long that I don’t see any reason why Dallas needs to come back to see us anymore.”  We were so excited!  We have been waiting to hear this report for over 3 years.  I said, “Doctor, you have made our day by officially closing this chaper of our lives.”  I looked at Dallas and said, “Dallas could you please recite something for the nice doctor?”  He said, “Yes, The Lord’s Prayer.”  So he did.  When he finished the doctor gave him a hug and said, “Son, you just made my day.”

We are blessed and thank the Lord every day for our blessings.  We are also thankful that He gave us such a wonderful testimony of His love for us all and of how He provided the herbs and nutrients that we need to be healthy.  Even though our Lord provided the tools for good health I feel that it is our responsibility to learn about them and to use them.  We did not rely on the doctor or anyone else for our son’s health.  Instead, we relied on the Lord and took on the responsibility of Dallas’ health ourselves by educating ourselves and making our own decisions instead of allowing anyone to order us to do anything we did not feel good about.

When we first learned of Dallas’ problems I asked the Lord “Why us?” The Lord told me “Be patient my child, I am giving you a testimony.”  From that moment on, I knew that Dallas would eventually be perfectly healthy because this was going to be a great testimony about God’s desire for us to be happy, healthy and prosperous.  For this reason, I feel it is my duty to share Dallas’ story with everyone.  Yes, we have been blessed with a wonderful miracle, but this same miracle of health is possible for others too.

May God Bless You,

Kim and Waylon Guffey, Jr.

ref:  http://www.shoptalknotes.com

On Thursday we were told that the x-rays revealed two more tumors!  One was located on the bones around both eyes and the other one was against his spine.  At this point we almost lost what little strength and sanity we had.  Waylon and I believe strongly in God and that God answers prayers.  God had already answered one of our prayers when He gave us a child and we knew that He would also take care of this wonderful gift.  I know that God was holding our hands and guiding us through every turn of this journey.

The doctor felt that chemotherapy was necessary because the pressure of the tumor against his spine could possibly cause his limbs on his right side to become paralyzed.  Waylon and I have always been horrified of chemo because we have seen friends suffer and even die as a result of it.  We prayed about this and decided that we would do one treatment.  The recommended dosage was to be the mildest dosage he could be given.  We knew that we could cleanse his body of the drugs afterwards but if he became paralyzed we could not do anything about that.

During a meeting with the doctor she informed us of all of the side effects of the two drugs Cytoxan and Adriamycin.  These side effects ranged from mild to severe stomach aches, liver and kidney damage and even leukemia.  Out of curiosity, Waylon asked the doctor what she would do if the chemo caused leukemia.  She said she would treat the leukemia with a different kind of chemo.  (This made little sense to us.)  These dangerous side effects made us feel comfortable with our decision to give Dallas only one chemo treatment.  The doctor laughed at us and said, “One treatment is a nice thing to wish for, but don’t count on it.”  We told her that we were not wishing for it, we were praying for it, and it would happen.  The doctor’s intentions were to give him 5 treatments.  We were very careful in asking her prior to signing any consent forms if we could in fact, stop the treatments after the first one without a court battle over our child’s care.  She told us that his care was in our control and we could stop after one treatment.

His chemo treatment would last for eight days.  For seven days Dallas received Cytoxan by mouth and on the eighth day he received Adriamycin through an external central catheter.  During these eight days Dallas never had a fretful day or a fever.  In addition to that, several nurses commented to us that they had never seen a baby as sick as Dallas have such a great attitude.  Even though he had monitoring wires attached to him and at least two to three I.V.s in his scalp, he was always smiling.  We contributed this to God and the nutrients Dallas received from the herbs we were giving him.  He was released from the hospital on Sunday which was the day after his treatment was completed.  This had been the longest 3 weeks of our entire lives!

November 21st (one month old) was our first follow-up visit after leaving the hospital.  The doctor told us that the tumor on his spine had decreased 50%!  We were beside oursleves with excitement!  His doctor was not happy at all when we told her that we still did not want any more chemo.  It was at this point that we told her about the herbs we were giving him and that we preferred to continue that route.  She was furious, but she saw that we were firm with our decision.

Our second follow-up visit was on December 16th (two months old).  We originally scheduled his appointment for January in order to give the herbs as much time as possible to strengthen his body.  One day upon returning home we were astonished to find an incredibly insensitive as well as unprofessional message from Dallas’ doctor on our answering machine.  In an extremely hateful tone she demanded to see Dallas at once, bluntly stating Dallas’ impending death if a chemo treatment was not administered immediately.  She said the tumor would grow to the point of not allowing him to breathe and he would die.  Such a message made us very angry.  In order to prove to her that our child was not being neglected but in fact, was doing great we agreed to see her immediately as she requested.  One fact that made her statement on our machine so incredibly ridiculous was that the tumor that had caused him not to be able to breathe had been removed when he was 1 week old from which time his breathing had not been an issue.  At our visit it was discovered to her amazement according to the x-rays that the tumor on the spine had decreased by another10% and the tumors on the bones around both eyes was completely gone!  It was during this visit, after giving us such wonderful news, that his doctor threatened to force us to give him more chemo by taking us to court.  We quickly and plainly told her that under no conditions would she force our child to have any more chemo.

She also was very negative with her words.  She was saying things like “death” in the same sentence with our son’s name.  I more or less got directly in her face and told her very strongly that if she could not say anything positive about our son in either his or our presence that I preferred she say nothing at all.

Our third follow-up visit was on February 6th, 1995 (four months old).  The x-rays revealed at this appointment that the tumor had decreased by an additional 5%.  We were very pleased with his improvement but again all his doctor could talk about was more chemo.  As a matter of fact, her attitude was so negative and rude, that we decided on that day to terminate her as his doctor and never subject our son or ourselves to that kind of treatment again.

As parents who love our son dearly, we prayed for a doctor that would respect us as parents, and would be more interested in our son’s health than filling their pockets full of money.  We also prayed for a doctor who believed in God as our Healer.

A friend of ours put us in contact with a doctor whom he believed could help us.  This doctor called to ask what we expected from him.  I told him that first of all, we believe God heals the body.  Secondly, we believe in and take nutritional supplements.  Thirdly, Dallas would not have any more chemo as long as the tumor continues to shrink without it.  Also, that we would not tolerate someone threatening to take us to court.  In the end, he was very nice and said he would gladly work with us, however, we should expect him to recommend chemo just as the previous doctor had.  I told him that he could recommend it as long as he understood that we could refuse it.

Our first appointment with him was on April 21st (six months old).  On this glorious day the x-rays revealed that the tumor was no longer a tumor.  It has now become what he referred to as “scar tissue”.  Also, according to the urine and blood test there was no cancer in Dallas’ body.  He went on to say that according to the medical records transferred from Birmingham, that on February 6th, it was also the opinion of Dallas’ previous doctor that the tumor was, even then, only “scar tissue”.  (However, she undoubtly did not find it necessary to share this important information with us.)  Waylon asked the doctor why this information had been kept from us by the doctor in Birmingham.  He simply gave us a very confusing look and said that he did not know.  As you recall, the doctor in Birmingham had nothing to say on that day of February 6th except how we were not being fair to our son by not allowing her to give him more chemo because she insisted the tumor would grow. (I have a copy of Dallas’ medical reports and x-rays in my possession to prove her dishonesty and deception.)  The doctor told us that Dallas looked clear, but before giving us his final diagnosis he wanted to study the x-rays in more detail with a team of doctors on his staff.  He said he would call us on May 1 to give us the final decision.

May 1, 1995 was almost as joyous for us as the day Dallas was born because just as the doctor promised he called and confirmed his initial decision.

Considering the fact that the doctor in Birmingham was sure that Dallas would die of cancer if any other treatment besides chemo was given, he is today vibrant, healthy and cancer free with the use of alternative methods rather than chemo.  Dallas has recently turned eight months old weighing a healthy 20 lbs.  He is extremely strong and advanced for his age.  He is always in a pleasant mood with a constant smile on his face.  When people meet Dallas they are shocked to learn what he has been through because he is the ideal picture of health.

We could not have made it without everyone’s prayers, and because God is faithful to those who look to Him.  We thank God for healing Dallas and we also thank God for giving us the herbs and nutrients to cleanse and strengthen our bodies.

UPDATE ON DALLAS

Dallas is now 3 yrs. old.  He has just completed his first year of pre-school at Living Word Christian Academy.  He was the youngest student in the 2-4 year old class.  At 3 years old he is still healthy, happy and very intelligent.  I must take a moment to brag about my son.  He can write his name, recite The Lord’s Prayer, the Pledge of Allegiance to the Bible, the Christian Flag, and the U.S. Flag.  He can also recite John 3:16 and many other Bible verses.  At Awards Night he received the award for Most Polite.  Are we proud parents or what?!

Dallas’ health is doing great!  We returned to Vanderbilt in Nashville on February 18, 1998 (3 yrs. 4 mo. old) for his annual checkup.  When we arrived we asked the receptionist about our normal routine of getting Dallas’ urine sample and doing the x-rays as we had been required to do in the past.  She said she did not know about the x-ray because there was a big question mark on the front of Dallas’ chart so she did not know what was going on.  At first this scared us, then we thought – No, that just means that Dallas has done so well that they don’t know what they need.  Within a few minutes we were called back to see the doctor.  He reviewed Dallas’ history with us.  He also reviewed with us the fact that Dallas only had the one chemo treatment and no radiation.  He then asked us if Dallas had received all of his immunization shots.  We were quick to tell him that we do not believe in immunizations.  (If you have children please do some research into these shots for your child’s sake.  Give yourself the opportunity to make an informed and educated decision).  After the questions the doctor examined Dallas.  Turning to Waylon and myself, the doctor said, “Well, Dallas is obviously healthy and has done so well for so long that I don’t see any reason why Dallas needs to come back to see us anymore.”  We were so excited!  We have been waiting to hear this report for over 3 years.  I said, “Doctor, you have made our day by officially closing this chaper of our lives.”  I looked at Dallas and said, “Dallas could you please recite something for the nice doctor?”  He said, “Yes, The Lord’s Prayer.”  So he did.  When he finished the doctor gave him a hug and said, “Son, you just made my day.”

Dallas Graduates PHS

Dallas Graduates PHS

We are blessed and thank the Lord every day for our blessings.  We are also thankful that He gave us such a wonderful testimony of His love for us all and of how He provided the herbs and nutrients that we need to be healthy.  Even though our Lord provided the tools for good health I feel that it is our responsibility to learn about them and to use them.  We did not rely on the doctor or anyone else for our son’s health.  Instead, we relied on the Lord and took on the responsibility of Dallas’ health ourselves by educating ourselves and making our own decisions instead of allowing anyone to order us to do anything we did not feel good about.

When we first learned of Dallas’ problems I asked the Lord “Why us?” The Lord told me “Be patient my child, I am giving you a testimony.”  From that moment on, I knew that Dallas would eventually be perfectly healthy because this was going to be a great testimony about God’s desire for us to be happy, healthy and prosperous.  For this reason, I feel it is my duty to share Dallas’ story with everyone.  Yes, we have been blessed with a wonderful miracle, but this same miracle of health is possible for others too.

May God Bless You,

Kim and Waylon Guffey, Jr.

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