Jer. 33:3, "Call to Me and I will answer you, and I will tell you great and mighty things, which you do not know". 


Two years ago today I called on God, and He answered me.  Today is the anniversary of my wife's illness and a very difficult time in the life of our family.  Never did I anticipate how that experience could have such a drastic effect on so many, including myself.  I am eternally grateful for all those who prayed and were diligent in their support and encouragement to me and our family.  God is still alive and prayer is still a powerful tool in the lives of His people.

Today I see God's blessings all around me.  I am encouraged by His constant presence and the opportunity each day to meet with Him and to experience the wonderful love He has for me, and the plan He has for my life.  What a privilege it is to meet with the Creator on a day to day, hour to hour, minute to minute basis, and to know that He wants to meet with us because He loves us, and made us for such a relationship.  

Thank you God.  We Praise Your Name. 

2 comments (Add your own)

1. Jennie Morgan wrote:
I remember that time so clearly. Exactly one year later in February, 2012, I sat vigil in another hospital while my friend's husband battled the very same illness. Six weeks of praying, watching, and trusting and he, too, was delivered back to his family. I am so thankful, too, that we have a God who chooses to listen to our prayers and, in His mercy and grace, answers in beautiful ways.

Tue, January 29, 2013 @ 10:54 AM

2. Ina wrote:
It is possible that you get a rider to ride on your exitsing Life policy.However, you may wish to know that your Rider may be lost if you claim on your Life Poicy. Eg, if one's Life Policy cover Critical Illnesses and the rider don't. If the person cotract the Critical Illness, the rider cannot exist by itself and might be terminated.If you are getting Term Insurance, I suggest that you get a policy that allows multiple rider coverage(Independent from each other) in a single policy so that the policy not be terminated when any of the rider is claimed.

Fri, March 8, 2013 @ 6:13 AM

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