September 2, 2012

Sunday, September 2, 2012

I went to church this morning. My friend, Betty was there. When it was time for the Alter Call, Pastor Mark walked over to Betty and asked her to come up to the alter and he would pray for her. Mikki, our choir leader, went up with her and I followed, then came my friends, Kathy and Frances and Barbara, the Lay Reader. We all stood with Betty, our hands placed on her as Pastor Mark prayed for healing. I couldn't help but cry as I have lost so many loved ones and friends to cancer.

After the service, I took care of the offering, sorting it and preparing the financial records and deposit.

We got a little rain this afternoon. I was hoping Cheryl and Ed would be going to the Asian Restaurant but I didn't hear from them. I spent most of the day putting things in the yellow bedroom closet and on the shelves. I got the desk ready to move in there from the blue room but have to wait until someone can help me carry it.

I thought I was thawing out Danny's chicken but must have put the wrong time on it as it was burnt to a crisp. I hate having to waste food but I would have needed a saw to cut it up and he wouldj have needed a chisel and hammer to eat it.

I thawed out another piece and mixed it with his rice. I had a slice of ham with lima beans and red cabbage.

News from the Vorlon Wife.

Posted by tedkarol at September 2, 2012 8:00 PM

Hi Karol, You are a TRUE servant of God. I surely understand how very difficult it was to have your guest for as long as you did, but, you were gracious and included her in many things you did. Which makes you a wonderful servant of the Lord. And, having your guest for so long is just one of the many things you do to help others. We are to build up our treasures in Heaven and you work will be viewed by God as "treasures in Heaven".

I know it must feel just wonderful to have "your home" back decorated as you like it. Great news!

It is just so wonderful to have the privilege of going to the altar to stand with those who are facing difficult times. It is a powerful gift to us as well ss to the person we stand with. And, I surely understqnd how your heart must ache thinking of your dear husband and many other friends and family. I so wish you didn't have this deep pain to think about. Only the strength that God has given you has made you strong and vital.

Hoping you have a nice Labor Day. Love, Ruth

Posted by: Ruth at September 3, 2012 1:22 PM
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