“Praise the Lord” – Jun 16, 2010

Praise The Lord“Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition” I believe was a well known phrase from WWII that describes our current position.

I am proud to proclaim that I am a Christian who believes that God created the universe and Jesus died for our sins. So we praise God for where we have been and where we are now.

On June 30, 2010, Scott will have been home from the hospital for two years. That alone is enough to thank God for his blessings. The consensus of the nursing staff at the hospital was that we would be back within 2 weeks. I guess they were shocked since we haven’t been back in 2 years.

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Scott, You are an Inspiration

Gregory Scott Daniel

Scott – you are truly an inspiration for so many. May you continue to become stronger each day. We would like to share a couple of scriptures that we personally lean on.

Psalm 46:1
“God is our refuge and strength
a very present help in trouble.”

Isaiah 40: 31
“But they who wait for the Lord shall renew their strength.
they shall mount up with wings like eagles,
they shall run and not be weary,
they shall walk and not faint.”

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your Dad, Tommy.

Blessings

Frank and Deanna Margetts

Scott Someday – Nov 29, 2007

Someday Scott will be able to update this web site himself. Until then, I will do my best to record his story as I think he would have wanted me to.
Tommy Daniel

On Monday evening of March 8th, 1993, my son Gregory Scott Daniel was on his way to visit a friend in Birmingham, Alabama. He had driven between four and five miles from home when he was hit head on by a drunk driver.

God allowed Scott to live even though the doctors thought it was impossible for him to survive. The Lord has a purpose for allowing Scott to survive this long. He has touched many lives over the years, but what God’s real purpose is, we may not know until we find out in heaven.

Until the day Scott can do this himself, we can only cherish what God has done for him. Enjoy the artwork Scott did and hopefully learn something from Scott’s story.