Sunday, March 6, 2022

Grace

 As I was getting ready for church this morning, my thoughts turned to grace. 

Ever since I had a life-threatening stroke in 2011, my walking, whether with my rollator or holding on to Hubby, is anything but graceful.  

I can rejoice, however, in the certainty that I have God's grace. Today I am thanking my savior Jesus, my heavenly father and the Holy Spirit.

Hope your Sunday is filled with joy and grace!

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19 comments:

  1. I am so thankful for God's grace. Without it I wouldn't be going to heaven one day. :)

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  2. Does not matter if it is graceful or not, you can do it!!

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  4. I have always admired your courage, humor and of course that sweet husband of yours to help you through a tough time. God gave you all the tools you needed.

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    1. Thanks! The encouragement, shared joys and challenges of you and other blogging friends made a healing difference for me after my stroke. That connection is what has pulled me back into blogging. Thank you so much for continuing to share your experiences and insights.

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  5. I am glad that WE both are grateful for God's grace.

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  6. Grace, grace...God's Grace...Grace that is greater than all our sin..that song came immediately to mind when I read this.
    I do like your illustration for His grace.
    I need that today as I am the caregiver for my friend Lynne for 10 hours...it is a very long day!
    Sue

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    1. Am I remembering correctly that your caregiving has been for quite awhile now? Praying for Lynne, for wisdom in your caregiving, for stamina and for energy left over for Dave and yourself.

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    2. Oh thank you Linda for the prayers. Some days are really more difficult than others. Yes this is my friend of more than 60 years and I have been helping out for 3 or 4 years now.
      Yesterday was difficult but we made it through. Appreciate more prayer since I do it again tomorrow (Wednesday) another 10+ hour day. Then I am back to my 1 day a week...4 hour day. Good helpful pay from the State but Its so hard to see more and more of my friend slipping away every week.
      Sue

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  7. You have such a wonderful attitude . Yes, the grace of God is our constant in life.

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  8. I agree with Ruth...you have a wonderful attitude. I need to have one like it more of the time.

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  9. Keep on plugging on. Sounds like you have such healing attitude.

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  10. A wonderful attitude and high fives to you for sharing this with us.

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  11. Amen, Linda. Without God's wonderful grace, I would be lost and on my way to a Christless eternity. Great is His faithfulness! The best is yet to come. xoxo

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  12. You are an inspiration, and Amen to God's grace. What would we do without it.

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