And we wait and we wait.
We believe and we trust.
And we know God‘s Word is truth and once he starts something he completes it. He is a God of perfect timing and is never late.
Thank you Lord for teaching us as we go; thank you Mother Mary and Saint Andrew for the prayers answered - Thank you for your intercession.
The divine physician is at work
all the time – emotionally, physically, mentally and spiritually.
At the post surgery check up, the doctors were amazed of how great his heart was functioning. They mentioned that his case was the most difficult they had to work on and the best outcome of all. We celebrated and thanked God for that miracle.
We are called to share, to provide the knowledge, the resources and make changes in our world together. But we become busy building our lives with little or no time to look around to those in need. Our self-centered condition, our fears, our lack of generosity and with our lack of action, we convince ourselves that “others” will take care of this and that. And we remove ourselves from that reality. It is the poor and the less unfortunate, which provoke a thought in us. And that thought turns into compassion or inspiration. It is through them that the Lord moves hearts. As it becomes a joyful experience to be at the giving end we must embrace when we are at the receiving end because, we are the channel or instrument for the other to give.
To give a flower, a smile, financial support, a hug, time, a prayer. Receiving helps us to see the hand of God in action. The key lies in how we respond to the movement of the Holy Spirit. God continued to reveal himself in so many ways.
Responding to a message I had posted in our neighborhood network, an old friend from where I used to work, messaged me that she had some plants for me. Without her knowing, one of the trees she brought had been on my wish list for years. When Lindsey asked David where he wanted the tree, I realize how we were planting new life on the anniversary date of David coming out of the comma 4 years prior. What a sign!
We walked through the Door of Mercy for the Jubilee year and year of mercy on Wednesday, October 26th.
Brandon’s mother Pat came home on November 2nd and we spent time together talking about Brandon and the special bond that tied us to him. Eddy worked on the video for the service as a celebration of his life with many wonderful and special memories. Now Brandon would pray for us.