in times like these…

In times like these, I realize just how close my heavenly Father hovers over us. My dad had a fairly minor surgery on Wednesday. A couple days and back home he would go and on the mend he would be. As of 2 o’clock in the morning he had a major set back due to an important part of the surgery that did not get done properly. He has been in terrible pain and extremely week. My sis who lives near by was sitting with my mom as they watched and prayed for him. The amazing thing of it all we have these resources called text messaging, e-mail, facebook, that get news out there fast for prayer warriors to begin to pray. Us sisters were back and forth all day long lifting our Heavenly Father up and asking for His almighty hand to touch dad. I tell you what, once the word got out there, dad began to make some improvement consistently. We serve a mighty God and so grateful that He is miraculously working on dad’s behalf.He hears our cry, it is times like these you can see it soooooo strongly. So grateful for all the prayers. I am anxious to get my ornery in control dad back to himself. I love that man.

August 22, 2010 - 4:45 am

Anonymous - Praise The Lord!!
A:)

August 22, 2010 - 4:51 am

Cheryl @ On the Old Path - Marlece,
I am sorry to hear what your Dad has been through glad to hear he is making progress adding him to my prayers. I found your blog over at MBC. You have a lovely blog. I’m following.

August 23, 2010 - 2:21 am

Big Fat Mama - Praise God. My prayers are going up for your dad too!
Big Fat Mama

August 24, 2010 - 1:35 am

Mommie Kate - Sending love and prayers for your Dad!

August 24, 2010 - 2:47 am

Amy Sullivan - Hope your Dad is doing well…glad you got to see the impact of prayer first hand on someone who is so important to you. I’m sure this is an experience you will never forget.

August 24, 2010 - 4:20 am

Jenay - He totally heard our cry. I’m so glad we can go to our Father in Heaven with EVERYTHING. Love that we have eachother to send these prayers to heaven with.

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