Category Archives: Prayer and Praise

Trust

  “To trust God in the light is nothing.  To trust God in the dark, that is faith.”   C. H. Spurgeon Please pray for a little girl, 10 years old, who was diagnosed with lung cancer this week.  Her name is Elana.

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A baby arrives in Haiti

I am reblogging the event because I asked you to pray about this baby’s birth about ten days ago. I have written two blogs since but felt compelled to keep them back until I could give you news about Kerline. Here is is via Stacy Ayars, the missionary who is like a sister to Kerline. …

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Pray and Trust

This is a reblog from Stacey Ayaras, missionary in Haiti. I feel the deep need to pass her blog on to my readers this morning. http://mshaiti.blogspot.com/2013/09/pray-trust.html?showComment=1379520669792#c8661681444350605180

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Epic Fail

I only thought I knew what I was going to post here. God changed my plans. This post brought tears to my eyes and a feeling of kindred spirit with this lovely woman who is serving God in Haiti. Here is her post as the family retuns for another school year where her husband teaches …

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Prayer Alert: Bus accident

The accident you may have seen on your news yesterday involved a church in Indianapolis that is of like faith with my church. It seems that the news is giving misinformation in their desperation to be the “first on the scene” rather than care about the accident. Here are a few facts: The bus was …

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Gracious and Kind

This is one of many instances when God has been exceptionally kind to me. This is a homework lesson.  The Bible study group I attend is studying through a book by Elizabeth George entitled:  A Woman who reflects the Heart of Jesus.  The book takes thirty character traits that Jesus displayed during His earthly ministry …

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Update on Thanksgiving Exercise

This morning it was my turn to take the grandboys to band practice.  They practice with Suburban Christain School band by invitation to homeschoolers.  It is a wonderful opportunity for them.  This morning also included Kevin’s piano lesson so I had one hour and forty-five minutes to “kill.” About five minutes from the school there …

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A Thanksgiving Exercise

No, I am not referring to that possible jog or brisk walk in the early evening after eating a feast on Thanksgiving day.  We could all do that too. This morning I happened to stop by a blog I read most of the time called “True Woman.”  The title of the blog today intrigued me …

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The Prayer List

On my desk lies a pile of quarter sheet slips of paper.  In fact, the pile is scrap paper others would throw away.  The stack of papers is held together with a bull dog clip.  This unsophisticated pile of scrap paper is my prayer list.  I call them cards if I am talking to other …

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Poll working and praying

Yesterday, November 6, 2012, along with 8 other poll workers, I helped voters exercise their right to vote.  My day started at 4:00 A.M. because I had to be the polling place at 5:00 to finish setting up and activating the voting machines. The clerks set up their electronic “books” of registered voters, and at …

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