The Plan, And What It Means For You

Tomorrow morning I’ll return to Milton Hospital for extensive testing. My legs are terribly swollen (I’m turning into an elephant), all my food tastes so metallic that I don’t eat much, and my red blood cell count keeps dropping. Queasiness separates me from eating supper each evening. I’m physically exhausted, and frequently fall asleep at my desk.

Spiritually, I’m not doing well. Sometimes I question my salvation because of my anger and frustration. Praise God, He always brings me back to trusting Him for my salvation!

Some of you have generously sent Kindle books and PayPal gifts. I’m deeply grateful for your love and support. At this point, however, I need to ask that you not send anything further until I’ve returned home. Unlike most people, I can’t operate a smart phone or a tablet, meaning that I have no way of handling digital gifts until I’m back on my computer. Additionally, I won’t be able to moderate comments on this blog.

Thank you for your support and understanding. I look forward to recovering and writing articles that will serve you.

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3 thoughts on “The Plan, And What It Means For You

  1. Know that you are in my prayers. Know that “God knows”! He knows you inside and out. He has you through all of this. One step at a time. He will carry you through! 🙏♥️🙏

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  2. Thank you for such encouraging words always, even in the midst of your suffering! God is so good and I thank him for you and Pray for your speedy recovery 🙏❤️

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