Thank you so much for your prayers for my back. The shots are starting to work. The doctor said it would take 3-4 days for the medicine to really kick in and help. When I got up this morning I discovered after about 4-5 steps that I wasn't shuffling or limping. My right leg was not hurting as it had for every morning for several years! I did not connect my morning stiffness and leg pain to my back but praise God, He did!
I am leaving today to go to Ga to do a conference. It will be a 4-5 hour drive. Please pray that I will be able to ride well. My husband is going with me to do the driving and carry stuff. Isn't he wonderful? I am blessed to have a husband who believes as strongly in my ministry as he does his own!
I enjoyed your comments on who God is to you. It is so much better to focus on Him. Last year I did a Bible study by T.W. Hunt on prayer. One of the assignments was to write our own 23rd psalm. Not as scripture. God's Word is true and Holy. But to let us like the psalmist think of God in a different way. I want to share mine with you.
My Own 23rd Psalm
The Lord is my Companion, I shall not lack fellowship
He leads me by the hand into intimacy with Him and His creation.
He restores all my relationships.
He leads me into unconditional love and glorious service for His own namesake
Although I walk in the valley of a selfish generation, I will not stop loving and caring for His children.
I will fear no evil for You, oh Lord, are my strength and my shield.
Your Spirit and Your Word infuse me
You prepare a banquet for me in the presence of those who would hurt me.
You anoint my soul with grace and forgiveness.
My heart overflows
Surely mercy will surround me all the days of my life
and I shall joyfully abide in your arms forever!
What is your 23rd psalm?
I love you my precious sisters!