- "Shout to the Lord" by Latina Brooks
- "What the Lord has done in me" by Sephra Scheuber
When the song says "let the weak say I am strong", I think of how Roscoe was barely able to lift his own arms when he was born, but now he can thrash anything put into his hands. When the song says "let the poor say I am rich", I think of how impoverished Alisha and I would be if all of these medical bills came to us (by now he has most likely crossed the $3 million mark). We still have not been asked to pay one medical bill, rent one hotel room, or pay practically any parking fees while caring for Roscoe. When the song says "let the blind say I can see" I think of how when he was born he could barely open his eyes because the lids were fused shut, and now his eyes are so big and bright that they almost seem unmatched to his face.
God has truly blessed Roscoe with growth, and Roscoe wouldn't be here (or be the little man he is today) without God's support and healing. We pray that God will carry out this work to its completion and bring our little boy home, healthy and stable despite the odds against him.