Sunday, October 05, 2008

Faith and Acceptance

Hard it may be, I now accept the fact that hubby may undergo dialysis treatment. My faith had sustained me this past whole week even though my thoughts were filled with what ifs and what coulds and sometimes, buts.
HE provided me with sons, in-laws, relations, and friends, both seen and unseen, who guarded my vulnerability so I can keep my sanity intact. To you all, I say a big THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart.
HE gave me strength so I could carry that which he knows I can carry.
HE gave me someone who makes any load I carry seems lighter, always.


Mimi Lenox said...

"He" will carry you. No doubt.

Thank you for posting the BlogBlast banner. Your post inspired me today.

Anonymous said...

*pats on shoulders*
Guard him like how he had guarded you during times of vulnerability. He'll need all the TLC when dialysis starts.
When you're feeling tired, remember. You've got us blogger friends surrounded you as well and giving you support :)
Take care!

SandyCarlson said...

I wish you strength and peace with all that lay ahead for you!

Heart of Rachel said...

God is kind. Your faith and love will help bring strength to your whole family. Our prayers are with you.

Princess said...

As God is great and loving, so are you, my friends. I already feel strength in me feel blessed with your prayers. Thank you so much.

Nancie said...

Praise God for the way He sustains you! I am praying for your dear husband and for you as you look to Him together. May you continue to rest in God's faithfulness, find strength in His grace and be comforted by His everlasting love. He will make a way for us where there seems to be no way :) Thanks for your encouraging comment on my post. Your feedback and encouragement is very precious to me. I am so thankful to God that we can meet through blogging and can pray and encourage one another mutually because of what Christ has done for us. Praise Him! Take care and He surround you with His love, peace and every blessings.

Anonymous said...

my mom is also undergoing dialysis at three times a week. our faith is that my mom will be healed. i know it is God's will to heal His children. hold on to Him and fix your eyes on Jesus. He will sustain you.

Serendipity said...

Will be praying for you and hubby. Hugs to you.

Lightening said...

{{{HUGS}}} Sounds like you're going through a tough time right now. I'm so pleased you have supportive people to turn to.