I’m feeling frustrated again.
Because the comments on the last two blogs were so meaningful to me. And I want to respond! But there is no time at the moment.
In the middle of The Move craziness, I am going out of town on a quick trip.
There are three or four blog posts begging for completion, but I am going to have to put them aside for a little bit and pray that the momentum will not be lost.
A valuable conversation has begun here. (And it's not over. Feel free to keep adding your thoughts to the previous post.)
In the meantime, if you haven’t already, please read the comments on the last one. I agree with my friend “L” that we have much to learn from each other.
Thank you so much to every one who took the time to write. We are all blessed by each other’s words. Every word of encouragement is a wonderful present. I pray a special prayer over each of you who shared your thoughts.
Speaking of prayer, there are several huge things that are heavy on my heart:
A family friend has just gotten the devastating news that her son has contracted HIV. Please pray for them.
Also, I’m sure most of you have heard the horrifying news of the mother who shot and killed her two teenage children while her Military Intelligence husband was serving in the Middle East. The father is a close family member of one of my middle child’s best friends. She has been staying with Amie since the tragic news, and will be flying to the funerals of her precious cousins today. There are no words possible, only prayers.
I know that many of you love to intercede in prayer for those who are suffering, so please join us in covering these families.
The life of my own family has been changed forever by the fervent prayers of kind strangers.
Prayer does change things.
God bless you.