I ask for your prayers

I pray everyone reading this post is well, and feeling God’s love and blessings.

Please pray for my Mom. She fell last Wednesday, and broke her femur.

I thank God that she is going to recover because with God all things are possible.

Please pray for her to continue to trust that God has her. That she will be up, and walking again. That she doesn’t doubt that this is just temporary, and that she doesn’t get discouraged. She took care of both her parents until they went to heaven, and everyone else. So, she is having a hard time dealing with not being able to take care of herself.

I ask that you pray for my sister. She loves with all her heart, and this is hurting her deeply to watch my mom go through this.

I ask you to pray and thank God for all the medical staff that have been so kind to us. I have truly never seen anything like it. Every one of them have been a blessing, and have all prayed for us and with us. Please ask God to bless them, for He has brought all His children to help us, in abundance.

Please thank God for and ask Him to continue to carry me through. He has through all of this kept me together. He has kept my body strong, and pain free, through days of no sleep or a few hours of sleep in conditions that would have left the best of us in pain. LORD, thank You.

I apologize to anyone that has commented, and not seen it post, or received a reply from me. I was in the hospital, and now a rehab facility every since this happened.

There are verses scheduled to post for almost a month. Isn’t God amazing because they tell us she will be at the rehab for at least that long. It’s hard not to see God in that. As a matter of fact, I have seen so much of God, everywhere, these past 7 days that I am in awe.

I won’t be able to be around much until she is able be more self sufficient.

Thank you all for your prayers in advance.

LORD, thank You for blessing everyone reading this :)

Author: Margaret from soulfood101blog

Praying the world will read God's Word for themselves, and not rely on what someone else tells them His Word says or means.