Hello everyone! I just want to share with everyone that I am very grateful today for my homemaker. She came early this morning and took me in her van out to Walmart. Wow! What a treat! It was the first time I have been out anyplace, other than a doctor, in about 5 months! I am truly blessed.
I am physically handicapped and a shut-in. There is not too much that I can do for others. But many people have thanked me for my interceding prayers and for my being-with-them in spirit. And for listening to them on the phone.
I would make amends with all the people I have hurt, and then settle down with Jesus and wait with him.
Hello, my name is Diane. I am just starting on this journey of gratitude, even though I am 64 years old. I am grateful for the 4 people in my life who are helping me come out of a depression. I like to hear the birds singing in the morning, that is sacred to me.
I love learning anything new, and also love to teach. I love Jesus and the Father.
Dear Zenith, That is really great! You are a real example to follow! Rest assured that you will be in my daily prayers, especially that you continue to be more happier, contented, detached from the material world, and have more and more energy. Those are truly gifts of the Spirit.
Dear Annie, Thank you so much for sharing this picture from your friend. For me, a rainbow, is a symbol of the covenant that God-is-with-us. It is beautiful to look at, and even more beautiful to know that it is real and not just a painting. Your friend and God stood still together in a moment of time. And then she shared it with you, and then, you shared it with us. How absolutely perfect!
Dear Annie, I am Diane, a newcomer. I will add you, your son, your daughter-in-law, and baby-to-be to my prayer list and pray for them every day. Keep me posted.
Dear Pilgrim, Thank you so much for your prayer. It really means alot to me. I too, will put your name on my prayer list, as intercessory prayer is a very important part of my life.
Hi Ose. Thanks so much for your reply. I love your beautiful picture as well. It speaks to me of Hope. In gratitude, there is so much to be hoped for.
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