A little extra short blog I wrote in July.......before I start something for August. (do you think we could blame the weather???)
It is now July 23, 2018, my husband and I are patiently waiting for July 25th, the morning he goes into surgery for his left knee.
Are we anxious? Of course we are! But...God is here! Therefore, we are going to put our trust in His judgement, as to the outcome. The peace and calmness should be evident in our life, letting the world know, we belong to Him heart and soul. We thank You Lord for Your blessings of healing and remove any lies from the enemy that bring us fear. We pray that fear will be gone in the Name of Jesus.
Give us the strength, courage and wisdom to deal with all the stress that goes with this kind of surgery for both Alex and I, including out children and grandchildren.
I will now put all that I have prayed for in Your loving hands Father. Praising God in all circumstances. Thank You Jesus.
It is now August 5th, the operation is over and the healing is slowly taking place. Praise the Lord. My husband is working very hard on his exercising which is very important. People who do not exercise, do not have a good outcome. So I have heard over and over again from others who have had the same operation. We are claiming victory for complete healing for my husbands knee. So far so good and the bruising is disappearing, thank you Jesus.
Psalm 95; 1-2
Come, let us sing for joy to the Lord; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation. Let us come before Him with thanksgiving and extol Him with music and song.
Right...what would a happy prayer sound like? I am going to try.
Proverbs 15: 13a
A happy heart makes the face cheerful.
“A HAPPY PRAYER”
God our Redeemer
Happiness and Joy are ours
for the asking.
Won't you change our sad
to happy in all
circumstances as we
worship, thank and
praise You for all Your
In Jesus Name we Pray.
August 1st 2018
What next? I do not know about you, but with all our extra heat we have had and are still having, the year is still going by, way to fast.
But I do have some food for thought. It comes from a song and it starts like this... “A saint is just a sinner who fell down...and got up”. I am going to see if I can find the words and tune to this one. I like the tittle. What about you? Lets talk it up!
Words are good when they are used to raise people up. The part that bothers me, are the hurting words that degrade us by people who do not really know they are hurting, (forgive them Father, they know not what they are doing.)
How about us? Have we ever felt like that when we make mistakes? Are we able to get back up? I do not know about you, but if I do not go to God right away, and ask for His help, it does not always work.
Therefore, my suggestion to all sinners, is just that! (big or small) Go to our Lord and Saviour, He is always there for us, anytime...anywhere. What do you think? Have you tried it?
O.K. It is time to update you on my husbands left knee!
August 22...4 weeks now, and doing well. Exercising as he should, stitches are out and just using the cane to get around. The rest of the healing is also in God's hands. We are confident and claim victory for no more pain, thank you Jesus. Amen
We are having another rain day, which our farmers need, another thank you to our Lord.
Another step for my husbands knee, The 6 weeks are finished, but the knee has still got a long way to go before completely healing and stability is finished. Therefore we will keep asking God for complete healing of his left knee/
I am a bit off sending out my August blog, due to a few glitches.
Thank You Lord
for all Your blessings
during our warmth and rain