Sunday, April 5, 2009

Sunday Wonder

The LORD also will be a refuge for the oppressed,
A refuge in times of trouble.
And they that know thy name
Will put their trust in thee:
For thou, LORD,
Hast not forsaken them that seek thee.
Psalm 9:9b-10

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I have cried out . . .
You have cried out . . .
He has heard . . .
And answered with sweet peace.

Though the journey has not ended
And the path retains its rocky nature,
I rest in the moments of peace
And dance upon the bridges
That tears and toil have been gifted with
From above.

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The eyes of the LORD are upon the righteous,
And his ears are open unto their cry.

Psalm 34:15

Dear Praying Ones,

I thank you all collectively here until I find moments sufficient to thank you all individually. Please continue to pray . . .


Mim said...

I am crying with you...
may He hear your prayers.

Anonymous said...

Hope you are feeling less pain. Are you in clutches? Can you still do your gardening. Concerned and hope you can recover soon.


Karen Deborah said...

with love.

Dawn said...

Sounds like a difficult time for you. I'll continue to keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

Elizabeth said...

Dear Debbie,
Now it is my turn to pray for you- I will be praying tonight, my friend....

Morning Glories in Round Rock said...

I am praying that you will find the peace that passes all understanding.


farmlady said...

Remember to breath.

Flea said...


LadiesoftheHouse said...

Oh gosh I am so sorry to hear things are not well. I have taken a small bloggy breather, so am just catching up.

I have no words to share about autism, other than what I have seen friends go through. My heart breaks for you and your son.

I ask God for help and I also ask that He bring you to my mind throughout my days so that I may intercede to the throne on your behalf.

It's an old cliche, I know, but I always remind myself when I am in the depths of a struggle that if there was no light I couldn't be seeing these shadows.

{{{Big Hugs}}}}