In yesterday's Life with Lynnie (LwL) entry, I wrote about going to the hospital, to have my stitches removed.
If you read yesterday's LwL entry, you'll know that I only had half (1/2) my stitches removed. Next week, I need to return to the hospital to have the rest of my stitches removed. Hopefully, God will bless me with having the same nurse, next week!
I must say that I am extremely happy with some of the nursing staff who have cared for me, through this ordeal.
Knowing I was going to be at the hospital, I prepared ahead of time. In preparation for my hospital appointment, I made the decision to take two (2) nurses a thank you card and a gift.
These two (2) women gave me such good care, that I truly felt they had true feelings for my condition.
After my stitches removal appointment, I made my way to the elevator that would take me up to the sixth (6th) floor. Wow! What a walk!
By the time I got to the elevator, I was exhausted. Since I didn't want to waste time, I didn't take the time to sit down and rest.
Up to the sixth (6th) floor I went.
Once there, it was an even longer walk, to the nursing station for 6 west. But, with determination and prayer, I got there.
Both women weren't on duty at the time, but I gave M the card and gift. And, I left the other one for L.
Hopefully, they will enjoy reading my book, Love Never Fails You... www.lynniebooks.blogspot.com
Truly, I do not know if either woman is saved, but I do believe that no one can have loving care and concern for others, without God having a place in their hearts. If they are not yet saved, I believe it is God's will to save them. And, He will, if they are not yet already saved.
After all, this is what 2 Peter 3:9 tells us, "The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance."
Does this mean that everyone will be saved?
No. It doesn't. But, this is a topic for another day.
However, I need to say that the point is that God loves us enough that He wants all to come to repentance, turn from their wicked ways, and turn to Him. Yes, this is what He wants from each one of us.
Friend, if you do not yet trust in Jesus Christ for your salvation, please read your Bible. God will lead you, if you are to be saved. After all, it is His will.
And, once again, I thank you for continued prayer for healing. For my daughter B, and for me.
Until next time...
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