We will wait for a written notification by mail to be sent within three business days. It's a good thing I am a professional at waiting by now. (That's a total joke. Even though I've had plenty of practice lately, I was still disappointed we wouldn't wait for their response in the lobby or be notified as soon as they'd reached their decision.)
I know God has heard our prayers and I've been vindicated in the heavenlies. We continue to pray Scott and White would see that.
I spent some time in the Psalms this morning and that's the word that caught my attention. The dictionary defines vindicate as "That was my prayer. That I would be cleared from doubt of making the decision to pursue treatment at MD Anderson Cancer Center with proof and that we would provide justification or support for Scott and White to find favor in our argument. I feel we've done that and wait on their response and ruling.
Clear my name (vindicate me), God; I've kept an honest shop.
I've thrown in my lot with you, God, and
I'm not budging. Psalm 26:1
Resting in His sure path tonight,
Please get up—wake up! Tend to my case (vindicate me).
My God, my Lord—my life is on the line.
Do what you think is right, God, my God,
but don't make me pay...Psalm 35:24
Clear my name (Vindicate me), God; stick up for me (and plead my case)...Psalm 43:1
All verses from The Message (NIV words in parenthesis).