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Saturday, September 4, 2010

Sunday reflections

Dear God this week I have moaned and groaned about the pain I am experiencing in my hands.
I offer this pain up in thanksgiving for the gifts that You have given me.
I thank you for the gift of all the fresh vegetables that our son was able to raise for us and his family.
I am so sorry these are the last.

I ask for the strength to continue to use my hands in a pleasing way for you and to never cause harm with them.
I pray in Jesus name, Amen.


9 comments:

Betsy said...

Aww...this was sweet. I hope your hands feel better. I have arthritis in my thumbs. :(

That tomato look very yummy!

Karin said...

Amen to that! Trust the Lord will touch you and heal your hands to serve Him more and more!

SandwichINK Real Estate Info said...

What a great way of surrendering your hands to our precious Savior - no better way to handle it too! Praying with you for them! Have a blessed day and thank you for such a delightful visit from a fellow grandma. :)

Rudee said...

I hope your hands are better, soon. I do swear by the pain relief brought to my facet joints by Zeel.

Anvilcloud said...

Ah yes, arthritic hands, I understand. But I must admit to having to read your prayer more carefully. At first I thought you wrote: "I thank you for the gift of all the fresh vegetables that YOUR son was able to raise for us ..." Seriously, I did a bit of a double-take. :)

crochet lady said...

I am so glad we can pour out our sorrows to a loving God.

Hope you find relief from the pain.

MOLLYE said...

Beautiful prayer. What meds are you on?

Dogmom Diva said...

Hi I came here from LV's blog, I want to say hi, I hope your pain is better, I have Fibro and I understand pain.

Have a wonderful week, hugs
Barb

Friko said...

Amen, dear QMM.
I will say a little prayer to help your hands.