Last week Ed had another brain mri and although there were some new lesions they were significantly less than the one in February. I am grateful!
Ed is tolerating all of the medications well with no side effects worth mention. Again, I am grateful.
Ed is a little stronger and we are sleeping better. Again, I am grateful.
Although my salary and hours have been cut, I still have a job and can work at home. With the cut hours the pressure is eased. I have time to care for Ed, cook and clean. Again, I am grateful.
God is with us, God is for us, He is supplying our every need. Again, I am grateful.
As we head toward Ressurection Day and I remember both the cross and the Passover, I am so very grateful.
Wherever you and your families are and however you celebrate the holidays, I pray you will experience in a very personal way the love that God has for you.
Oh how He loves you and me!
For the Anointed One has sent me on a mission, not to see how many I could baptize, but to proclaim the good news. And I declare this message stripped of all philosophical arguments that empty the cross of its true power. For I trust in the all-sufficient cross of Christ alone.
1 Corinthians 1:17 TPT
To preach the message of the cross seems like sheer nonsense to those who are on their way to destruction, but to us who are on our way to salvation, it is the mighty power of God released within us.
1 Corinthians 1:18 TPT