“Behold, I am the LORD, the God of all flesh.
Is there anything too hard for Me?”
~Jeremiah 32:27 NKJV~
Update on Justin Lambert –
MRC has requested no visitors for Justin for the next few days so that they can really work 1 on 1 with him without distraction. I’ve heard that they have done this in the past with other patients and when the loved ones came back it was a great difference. I pray that this is the case with Justin. His first day was awful he was not complying with anything they wanted him to do. The second day he done much better. He was still a little ornery at times but all together much better than the day before. We’re praying that Justin will dig deep and get the strength he needs to have to make these 2 weeks worth his while. He’s the strongest man I’ve ever met and I believe deep down in my heart he’s going to do great.
This will be the first time since June 8th that I’ve been more than a 24 hour time period away from him. To occupy myself from worrying about my husband we will be working on the house to get it handicap assessable if anyone is interested in coming to help it would be greatly appreciated. We had a 16×24 addition (bedroom, bathroom and closet) built on to our already existing home for Justin, that I have to have finished before he comes home. My brother n law, Jeffrey, took off of work Monday so he can do all the man stuff (electrical, heavy lifting, ect). My sister and I will be there working with a few friends who have already volunteered to come help. Anyone else who wants to come help please feel free to. The more the merrier.
Thanks again for all the support, prayers and uplifting words of kindness. We appreciate each and every one of you for all that you have done and continue to do.
Both Luther and Rene Terrell have had accidents. She was first. On the way to check on her, Luther hit a deer. Rene is very sore. Pray for both of them.
Chris Wales will have knee replacement surgery this morning in Baton Rouge. Please pray for everyone involved.
Kenneth Birch‘s next back surgery is scheduled for December 7th. It’s not too early to begin praying.
World Day of Prayer this morning at 10:00 at Kedron. Rev. Jacob “Jake” Williams , formerly of Kentwood and Osyka Baptist Churches, will be the key speaker. He always does a fantastic job. Join us and pray for our world. We will have a special prayer for our country and tomorrow’s elections. We will conclude our meeting with a potluck lunch.
Thankfulness, Day 7 – Today, I am thankful for all the friends David and I have. They bring memories, love, and encouragement. Each one is special in a unique way.
Baptist Press – bpnews.net
Scripture Writing – Psalm 107:1-9
“We were crushed and overwhelmed beyond our ability to endure, and we thought we would never live through it. In fact, we expected to die. But as a result, we stopped relying on ourselves and learned to rely only on God, who raises the dead”
~ 2 Corinthians 1:8b-9 NLT, 2nd ed.~
“Footsteps of Jesus”
- Lyrics – http://lyrics.astraweb.com/display/456/hymns..unknown..footsteps_of_jesus.html
- Hymn history – https://hymnstudiesblog.wordpress.com/2012/09/17/footprints-of-jesus/
Express your appreciation today to someone who serves and follows in those “footsteps”.