Saturday, October 2, 2010

Sweer P's so what's a Sweet P?

Well yes you can eat a sweet pea.  And there is a lovely little flower called a sweet pea.  But here it is about something different.


My friend Tiffany had the wonderful idea about sharing prayers and praises over the weekend.  You can go over to Tiffany's blog and link up and visit the others that have some amazing prayers and prayers. 

  • Cowboy won't be working on Wednesday anymore.  So that means we can start drama team again.
  • Last night I resigned from the apartment ministry.                   
. The last two months have been a real struggle.  Last night I resigned and I feel so much better.  I have been having headaches and not sleeping.  Today I am happy. 

And I am praying for you.  I am praying for those of you that are struggling in jobs.  I have a friend here named Missy.  She is struggling so much with the moral here.  It is sad to see someone that works hard and that is kind and sweet and compassionate.  She really needs her job and she is forced to endure a really bad environment.  I am praying for my daughter who has her dream job now.  She is teaching horse back riding. But there are some real safety issues that she is dealing with and attempting to get addressed.  It is a struggle for her.  I am praying for a new friend whose husband is working away from home and is only home for a few hours on the weekend.   I am praying for my boy Joseph who is struggling and frustrated because he can't find a job. 

I am praying for you.  I have no idea what your struggles are today.  I have no idea if your struggling in a job or needing a job.  I have no idea if your struggle is with physical issues like my friend Denise.  But I know that you are here for a reason.   And I am praying that you find compassion and encouragement here. 

Today I am joyful.  I am singing.  I am praising God.  And I pray that you will find a reason to be joyful. 

Sing to Him a new song, play skilfully and shout for joy.  For the word of the Lord is right and true, he is faithful in all he does.   Psalm 33:3&4

I leave you with peace and joy. 


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