Sunday, August 07, 2005

"He's Still Able"

That was the title of our sermon in church today. Our speaker said that when you're clinging on to the edge of the impossible, God is still able. He will accomplish His purposes. Such encouraging words, as I feel like we've been on that edge for weeks now. Dwayne has a bit of infection post surgery, so he is now on antibiotics. He did keep some juiced veggies and a bit of broth down with some effort today.

Our 9 year old son Tyler reluctantly left for Bible camp today. He is worried about his Dad. So much burden for such a young child. My heart aches for my children. I'm so thankful for all of your prayers. God is still able.

5 Comments:

At August 08, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dwayne, Janet & kids,
Just wanted to remind you that the prayers of many friends and many more strangers continue. The hand of the Lord is both gentle and mighty, and His ear is attentive!
Joanne D.

 
At August 08, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

God is so awesome! He provides so many blessings, big and small, that sometimes it's incomprehensible to us mortal humans. Tyler will continue to inspire and bless his friends at school and camp!

 
At August 08, 2005, Anonymous cousin Rebecca H said...

Just wanted to say that even though i'm half way around the world in Kyrgyzstan you will continue to be in my prayers.May God provide you with his strength and courage [just as he did joshua]as you walk slowly with him in this journey.

 
At August 09, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Dwayne & Janet:
Just want to pass our love on to your family. Please give Dwayne's parents, Dan & Helen a big hug from us all at Faith Fellowship. Be assured of our prayers as we remember your whole family daily before the Lord. May He give you strength for these day. We send our sympathy as well in the passing of your mother, Janet.
Lots of love, Ernie & Shirley Fishbook, Brandon

 
At August 10, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My prayers are with you. May you continually feel God's presence in this very difficult journey. Being disabled, I understand a little bit of what you go through. I have many fond memories of you, Janet, and your family from Belize days. Many good memories of your mother too. My condolences to you and the rest of the family.

Lisa D.

 

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