I had to mortage my farm to pay for the implants. Still it was worth it. Implants were necessary because of facial reconstruction, I could have probably gotten by with dentures but I ran the risk of later complications, plus my age (under 40) was a factor.
Enjoy church, brother.
I sure would have preferred implants.
AT I-HOP—INTERNATIONAL HOUSE OF PRAYER KANSAS CITY this past week . . .
God began touching folks’ teeth.
And one fellow had a full set of dentures . . . and they suddenly began to feel uncomfortable like there was something under them. He took them out and soon found he had a whole set of teeth growing in. I think they grew in fully before the evening was over.
I could stand that!
Once in a church 35 years or so ago I was standing next to a friend in the sound booth during a visiting evangelist’s ministering . . . teeth being one of the things that tended to be touched in his services. And my friend starts feeling a spot turn warm in his mouth just like the evangelist warned about. So he went to the men’s room to check and sure enough—there was a new filling and he didn’t even know he needed one.
The evangelist said he had no idea why God filled some with gold, some silver and some just got new teeth.
Interesting . . . sounds like God’s humor, to me.
Church was interesting—several churches get together for joint praise and worship about once a month. A good effort, I think. Some good worship.
Now, to see what happened with Congress critters. Sigh.
Bless you for your kind msgs.