Sometimes we just need a little reminder.
Any of you who has had the honor of knowing my parents, already know that, no matter what, some time during their day together, they would recite this verse. One of them would, out of the blue, start the verse, ending wherever they wished, and the other would finish it.
They believed it. They never missed a day.
Then four yrs. ago, Dad passed away, he rested.
This would have been his birthday week. As my sis in TX says, "I wonder if they celebrate birthdays in heaven?" I wonder.
His birthday, his and Mom's anniversary, holidays, important events to him or them, of which there are so, so many, all of these days, some are so heart-wrenching that we fall to our knees missing him.
Have a grateful day., no matter how difficult.
God is always with us, only He knows His plan for our lives on this earth. Only He governs our time here. He is a most wonderful, kind and compassionate God, even when we are reminded that we are not meant to fully understand His plan.
Keep faith, for it is the one thing, the one gift, that keeps us strong. Pray for the healing through tough times. He is there.
Yes, even when the most healthy, kind, beloved person in your life gets sick, God is always there to carry them through. Big prayers, little prayers, all answered, tho sometimes not the way we wish.
You see, I'm from a large family of love and support which comes from our faith in God, but there is always room for more prayers.
Prayers from you and you and you and you, will be greatly appreciated as our Mom recovers. She is going to be fine but needs even those who do not know her, to pull for her as she heals. She is a very private person, my reason for not going into detail, but she does understand the power of prayer. She and Dad taught us well.
I thank you in advance, for your help. God be with each and every one of you and