"In Your strength I can crush an army; with my God I can scale any wall." Psalm 18:29
Saturday, February 7, 2009
New Every Morning -
How do you keep going? How do you keep going with joy, hope and thankfulness? The answer is the same whether you're a parent of a child with Leukemia, a guy with one leg and cancer, a cheated-on spouse, an unfairly fired employee, or just someone dealing with the typical life struggles that conspire to rob us of joy and contentment.
The answer is the same for the couple about to lose their house to foreclosure, or the parents who are finding out how hard parenting really is. The answer is the same for healthy, active folks who don't feel loved or at peace... or the older couple with seemingly-never-ending health problems.
The answer is the same for Americans who take for granted unparalleled personal freedom and an unprecedented level of affluent lifestyle, or the multitudes of people across the globe who are hungry, poor, cold, imprisoned for their faith or beliefs, persecuted and largely ignored by the world. The answer is the same...
The answer to "how do you keep going?" and "how do you have joy and hope?" is the same for every single person in ANY situation, and here it is, my favorite passage.... To continue this wonderful post please click here http://www.riggsfamilyblog.com/2009/02/new-every-morning-for-abby-us-you.html
Posted by Michele Williams at 2:15 PM
Labels: Challenges, Christian Life, Chronic Illness, Chronic Pain, Encouragement, Faithfulness, Family Health, Hope, Mental Health, Physcial Health, Physical Health, Prayer Requests, Spiritual Health
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A humbling post...Nick, a man born without arms or legs (his testimony on on my blog) said that we should not compare sufferings. From a man BORN with no arms or legs! Yet God gives each of us according to His will which is good, acceptable and perfect...I was humbled by this woman's post. Thank you for sharing it.
That was a wonderful post. And God bless the Riggs family. I can hardly stand what poor Abby is going through. :o(
Bless you Michele,
Thank you so much for posting this. I am praying for sweet Abby.
I really like the new look of your blog. I actually got to take a look around. :) Very nice! thank you for reading my blog and have a blessed weekend!!!!!!
We are standing with that precious little girl and her family in prayer as well. We're believing God for a miracle of healing for her in Jesus Namee.
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