So why Wy, are you awake and writing at 3 am? Silly self, let me tell you why. I was attending a funeral and someone in the family became ill. I was sitting in church and one of the ushers asked me to come to see if I could help. I have been a nurse and a minister for many years and so I did as I was asked. On Sunday we were planning our annual missionary conference and I was thinking about how we organized Missionaries could be a benefit in our community 38109. I am reading and writing the vision.
It is now the early hours of the morning and I just listened to an inspiring speaker say that “We all have and will have our ups and downs.” I just got in the bed to practice falling asleep and discovered it was not the time or place. I moved to my blog that is dedicated to my GirlMic Leslie. The butterflies carry some of the names who are prayer intercessors and I said I would count them as others count sheep. I have set a 03::00 goal to go again to bed but I thought it would be a good time to count the people who are helping me get through another day. I decided to double my words of thanks to the Lord Jesus Christ for the opportunity of another day to don my wings.
The definition I have chosen is, “ruminate is Figurative. to think or ponder; meditate; reflect.” Today I experienced a muted moment of prayer as I listened to a group of prayer warriors give praise reports and prayer requests. I have chosen to make this observation in response to the prompt: ruminate. I am working to […]
via Daily Prompt: Hesitate This is the eighteenth month mark of my GirlMic getting her Wings to go to her heavenly place. I wanted to write her a letter to say “I love you and I pray for every mother in mourning this March morning.” I share this picture of a sermon that gave me some consolation. The songs that the choir sang were perfect. “Just To Know Him, Jesus Christ, Son of the Living God and “He is my Everything.” Dr. Netters challenged us to “Be excited about God.” and asked the question, “What could 700-800 committed people do today?