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updated: 6/21/2012 3:39 PM

The diary of Kalin Koychev, Nathan's kidney donor

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We asked Kalin Koychev, the man who is donating a kidney to Nathan Saavedra, to document his feelings about the donation as time moved closer to surgery day. Here are his thoughts:


Praise the Lord for his goodness. I'm in peace and would like to help everyone to feel the same way. My heavenly Father is taking care of the things that I can't. God bless you.


The boys were not interested from what will happen on 21st. And this is exactly how we want them to feel. The boys should have an amazing childhood. I thing that we all should have a chance to fulfill our destinies and I know that in this case God is leading us to a happy end. We are happy and we praise the Lord for giving us healthy, smart and vivid kids. We are all in the hand of our God and I learned that I don't need to know the answers on all the questions I have. This gives me peace and keeps me going. I'm just an imitator of God. And this fulfills my life with meaning. All the glory to our heavenly Father. Amen!!! God bless you!!!


On 21st of June in one of the best hospitals in the world Nathan Saavedra's Fight and I will have a kidney transplant surgery. I praise our heavenly Father for His goodness and for leading us to the path of the righteous, full of light and meaning. The feeling is amazing and the peace that the Lord is giving me is unbelievable. I'm so grateful and humble from God's presence in my life!!! I wish everyone to experience what I'm experiencing -- living my life with the Lord. Please, keep us in your prayers and praisings toward God. I love you!!! God bless you!!!

June 18

My wife, Sevda, is holding the position of being the best person that can be next to me. I love her so much!!! I praise the Lord for showing us how to live righteous lives. I won't even realize what happened because I will be 100 percent ready to keep enjoying life with Jesus in a day. All the glory to my God. God bless you.

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