Thursday, April 8, 2010

Cindy Wyatt

Cindy Wyatt was welcomed home last night at about 9:45pm. Service information will be passed on soon.

So many of you have reached my blog to update yourselves on Cindy Wyatt. Cindy's journey began in February 2009 when she heard the words she prayed she would never hear..."We are 99% certain that we are dealing with cancer." What began as a stage one, common breast cancer has turned into several lesions on the brain and lungs. You may read the full story HERE.

I have learned that in the past 24 hours Cindy’s physical body has began a stunningly rapid decline. Apart from God’s divine intervention, her body appears to have fought its closing battle. Exactly when this battle will end, only God knows.
Please continue to lift The Wyatt's up in prayer and support their family during this hour.

Her loving husband Steve writes:
When the dear love of my life does release her body, that’s when her healing will truly be “complete.” And also “miraculous. For as soon as she takes her last breath, in that very instant she will be in the presence of her beloved Jesus. Fully and forever alive, never to die again. My Lord gave her to me. And now, apart from His miraculous intervention, He appears to be her taking away.

JESUS- the only ONE who heals!


  1. Cindy has been completely healed and is in the arms of our precious Lord. I went to school with Cindy in Rosiclare from grade school thru high school. She was a wonderful person. My prayers are with you and your family now. Lean on His understanding. As the words of the song goes:

    When peace, like a river, attendeth my way,when sorrows like sea billows roll; whatever my lot, thou hast taught me to say, it is well, it is well with my soul. It is well with my soul,it is well, it is well with my soul.

    RaMona Dale

  2. RaMona~ Praise God she is forever healed and out of pain. Her sweet husband will dance with her one day again at the feet of our savior.

    Blessings to you and yours.

  3. I'm really missing her today. I'm sitting at work and decided to google her name. It brought me to your blog. Which is beautiful by the way. She was a special lady. Grammy to my daughter. Wife to my Dad. Stepmom, and more importantly friend, to me. I miss her so. By the way, my daughter is named Olivia, too!