Sunday, August 2, 2009

Prayer-The Promise of God's Power

Dear Father: Please stir my heart to reach out for all that you have promised me. Forgive my dependence on human resources rather than on your power. Teach me to pray and wait upon you in humility and faith; send the wind and fire of your spirit upon me. Transform me into a person who bears powerful witness in word and deeed to the reality of Jesus Christ our Savior. I ask all of this in his previous name. Amen

From the Book: The Promise of God's Power By Jim Cymbala


Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Michelle, thank you so much. I am still in prayer and waiting for a call from Debbie. It has been at least 2 hours. Amy was so weak, so didn't even fight them to go at this point. The hospital is the last place she wanted to be. Maybe they will be able to give her a feeding tube and give her body the nourishment that it needs. At this point I just have to believe that God knows what is best for Amy. She has been through so much. The last 23 years I have watched her struggle, and never once question God about her trials. She has just kept moving forward. I have so prayed for her, and she told me a couple of weeks ago that it would be okay to go to heaven to be with the angels, as she knew there she would not feel the pain she is feeling her. It just broke my heart. God led you to this site tonight and he knew I needed some help with prayers. Thank you so much my beautiful angel friend. I love you, Sherry

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Michelle!
I just heard from Debbie. When they got to the hospital they immediately hooked Amy up to an IV and Debbie said they were running the IV wide open to get the fluids into her body. Debbie said they are on the second bag now. She has come around a little bit and able to answer a few questions. They have admitted her to the hospital which is a good thing. Debbie said when they finally got a urine specimen it was very, very thick, and she was very close this time. Debbie thought it might have been a couple of days since her kidneys had even moved. Amy won't tell anyone anything as she didn't want to go to the hospital. Amy told the nurse that this is the worst she had ever felt. Our prayers have been answered once again, and maybe they can get her pumped up with some fluids and allow her to sleep. She is so weak. Debbie thought they would start feeding her but I don't know how that will be just yet, but get some nourishment into her little body. Thank you again my friend from the bottom of my heart for all of your love and support tonight. I love you so much for everything. Love, Sherry

*karendianne. said...

ahhh, Amen.


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