It’s me again, Lord.

Dear Father,

Well it’s me again.  I know You already know what’s going on.  I don’t like it Lord.  I don’t want to lose my Larry.  I love him so much.  I can’t imagine life without him.  I also know that You want the best for us.  That nothing happens that doesn’t go through Your hands first.  You said You write our names in the palm of Your hand.  So I expect Larry to be written on the palm of Your hands right now. You said we would never be alone and so I know You will be with Larry in the operating room and also with us who sit in the waiting room.  Lord we need You so bad.  Sometimes I think I am at the place were I just need the Holy Spirit to intercede for me because I can’t get the words out to tell You how my heart is feeling right now.  So I trust You with every fiber of my being.  I know You have given Larry and I so many blessings and You have answered so many prayers for us.  Lord I thank You in advance of how we will be able to use this sickness to help others in the future.  You know Lord we just want to shine all over Haiti!  As Larry told You in the field walking to the river, he loves what he is doing.  Thank You for allowing us to serve You in such a special way.
In Jesus’ Name.  Amen
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  1. carole spaeth

    Hi, Diana,
    I can hear your cry from the depths of your heart in your prayer you put on the blog page. God did promise that the Holy Spirit would pray with words too deep for utterance when we’re just simply unable to articulate what our heart is feeling. Although you are experiencing the overwhelming emotions of the news of Larry’s need for surgery right now, I also know that our Lord WILL be with you in the waiting room, as you wait to hear the news following surgery…holding your hand, putting his loving arm around you, and of course interceding through the Holy Spirit your unspoken cries. You’ve experienced much pain recently, and I stand with you in prayer, knowing that our Lord is faithful, and his grace is sufficient. Wihle open heart surgery isn’t one of those things we would likely pick out of life’s grab-bag of ills, if the Lord can bring healing through this and allow you both to live without the fear of something happening to him while hiking a back road somewhere in Haiti, then it can be a blessing. I know I’m preaching to the choir, but they’re words spoken out of love and experience. Out prayers cover you through this time of trial. You WILLcome out of it victorious, and God WILL be glorified.

    Love and prayers,
    carole

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