He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.
Mrs Bessie Hayden has been “out of her routine” and needs our prayers that she will soon be able to do the many things she could do in recent months.
Update on Josiah Huckaby
So during Josiah’s stent removal last week, they noticed his urine being cloudy. They did a culture just to be safe and we found out Tuesday it was positive for a UTI. We started his oral (g-tube) antibiotics that afternoon. He started having trouble with his oxygen levels today (probably due to the infection) so we ended up in the JMCGH ER. (They were absolutely amazing, as well as Chester County EMS!!!) They decided to transfer us by Pedi-Flite to “our 2nd home” since they are way more familiar with Josiah’s extensive medical history. He is now settled in & he has continued to play/laugh through everything today…except for the IV pokes & missing lunch. He was pretty upset about those. We don’t really have a lot of details right now & the plan is to do more tests tomorrow. Our IMCU peeps took good care of him while we had to run home to take care of a few things & then rush to the hospital. We are praying that his pulmonary hypertension has remained stable through the stress of this infection. We will try to update tomorrow once we know more. To God be the glory!!!
So many people are sick daily and seeking treatment at a clinic or hospital. Today, spend some time imagining being a “fly on the wall” and “seeing” all those around us who need out prayers. Remember, prayers with actions, are doubly good!
Pray for visitors at church. Let’s pray they will see God working and want to be a part of our church. Pray each visitor feels welcomed because we go out of our way to include them.
Read the Bible
- Isaiah 25
- Song of Solomon 1:1-7
- I Timothy 3
Tomorrow is “Project Day”! I look forward to our gathering of boys, girls, men, and women who will be working together to accomplish so much for missions. I hope to see many of you in the fellowship hall of FBC,K at 9 A.M.
Thanks to each of you who has contributed time or items to what we are doing. I’m especially thankful for those who have gone overboard in helping.
Four “shoeboxes” were turned in Wednesday. If you have filled a box, feel free to bring it to me at any service or to leave your boxes in the church office.
If you need boxes and some starter items, see me. You can get boxes that are still flat or those that are folded and “ready to go”. You also have the option of using your own shoeboxes or of buying clear plastic boxes.
Let’s think ahead to all those who will receive the fruits of our labor. May each item be an instrument of introducing Jesus to someone.