|"Shoot the moon!"|
© Karen Kyle Ericson, all rights reserved.
I have many praises this week. My brother, who almost died of liver cancer, then got a transplant in March, went back to work last Monday. The worst part for him was telling and re-telling everyone about the surgery. Thank you so much to all who prayed! And to God who said, "Yes!" I think I say that everyday...
I am adjusting to the fact that I have arthritis but still try not to think about it too much- it can't be that serious. I found my limitations trying to lift a bag of kitty litter into a very tall trash can... My hubby told me to let him do that. Maybe it's time I do. Makes me smile to think about it. Arthritis is a great motivator to keep me exercising : ) As far as Sjogren's, I called my doctor to ask her and she told me, "Nope if you don't have dry eyes and mouth, you don't have it." Praise God!
Sometimes I think about all the planets in the sky, the details on the earth, and the billions of people. We have fireflies in the backyard : ) I can't help but wonder at the awesomeness of God. He is everywhere at once. He sees us individually. He hears every prayer. His power is far beyond our grasp. He knows our limitations, everything about us, and tells us:
Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.Be gentle and humble in heart, so our souls will find rest (and our bodies). Amazing God, amazing grace.
You may have guessed astronomy is my hobby. I was so excited to find this book Indescribable on Amazon. I haven't read much of it yet. It's about seeing God through astronomy. It has lots of photos, I'm looking forward to it.
Here's the song from Chris Tomlin Indescribable.