“Let the peoples praise you, God;
Let all the peoples praise you.”
Jimmy Schwartz has been doing very well. Today, he goes for a blood count. Pray it continues to be good. Jimmy will also see a dermatologist. Pray for good results there.
Larry Hendry had done amazingly well. He got off the vent yesterday evening and was eating ice. His family thinks he is being spoiled by all the attention in the hospital. I assume that says he is getting plenty of attention. Keep him in your prayers.
Infant John Varnado (from Lawana Carter)
This is the last I have heard about Little John Varnado. His Maw Maw
posted this on Nov. 23. Little John is just now tonight getting
feeding tube to strength him up for a few days. Then they will stop it
for a few days, before they tried to stop the ventilater.
Macy Gueldner – Focus some of your prayer time on Macy and her family.
Holly Kliesch continues to be carefully watched. Her unborn baby is about three weeks from his due date. Pray for the baby, Holly, RC, and those anxious grandparents, great grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc. God is richly blessing this baby by placing him in this special family.
Thankfulness – Day 26 – Babies
Today, I’m thankful for babies. No, we don’t have a new baby in our family or one on the way, but I enjoy all the news and photos of babies here on the computer and in person, especially at church. Each baby represents a new life (new personalities, new dreams, new smiles and giggles, new relationships, a blessed family, etc.) We can all enjoy the new life of each child. Thank God for each and every one of them.
Daily Devotional – Our Daily Bread – “Real Love”
This devotional really touches my heart as it describes the new relationship between my aunt and my cousin in Texas. Please pray for them.
Moral Stories – “Lean from Mistakes”
Unless you are not human, you have and continue to make mistakes. Unlike Edison’s mistakes here, we often need to repent and to ask forgiveness. Then, we need to learn from our mistakes and not repeat them.
Hymn of the Day – “A New Name in Glory”
This true story is inspiring. I hope you will take time to read it in its entirety. As you look at the pictures, you will see that Isaiah’s great personality shines through his facial expressions.
This morning at 11:00, we will be celebrating the “Young” Ladies’ birthdays. Join us at Nyla’s for a special time.