How happy I was to write in yesterday's Life with Lynnie (LwL) entry, that my air-conditioning installation work had been completed!
Finally! Relief! Almost like a breath of fresh air!
Even though I was happy and relieved this war-zone-like situation was over, I recognized that I was still in a mess. My furniture that normally was positioned in that area, was still moved out of place, crowding the rest of my living area.
Nothing was done about it this past Tuesday, since I attended my appointment at the hospital for my ultrasound test. Plus, both my daughter B and I had many errands to do.
Wednesday was a different story.
When my nurse arrived, she commented about the job being completed. She asked how and when I was going to move my furniture back into place, commenting that I had better not be thinking I could do it, myself.
I replied that I truly wasn't sure when, but I thought some of my family might help reposition things.
Then, I prayed about this and the fact that I had some other work to do before any of this could take place. I asked God to provide for me. Especially since I had some cleaning to do. Like my artificial tree and its leaves.
There is a reason I needed to do this, and it's not just because I hadn't been able to reach it to dust it, since my surgery. But, this is something to discuss another time.
I mentioned that I would like to clean the tree and its leaves, but I couldn't reach it, nor lift it to where I could easily access it.
My friendly nurse reached over some furniture and lifted it out from where it was stored. She placed it in a horizontal position, lying the base on my couch, while the branches and leaves hung over the edge. Thus, allowing me to reach and clean the whole thing!
How sweet of her to do this! Thank you, D! I appreciated you doing this, more than you know. May God bless you...
At first, I cleaned a little, taking breaks to not overdo it, physically. Then, my daughter B called and let me know she was heading over to my apartment.
No more breaks for me! I rushed through the rest of the job, including dusting the other reachable furniture that needed to be repositioned, so that when B arrived, things could be moved back into place.
After the area was cleaned, my daughter B moved the tree into place. Then, the desk, and chair. Before B left, she had placed my copier and fax back into place, as well as a few other things.
Thank you, B! What would I have done without you and your help?! Thank you, for being such a blessing to me! May God bless you, dear.
Talk about answered prayer?! Thank you, Lord!
This reminded me of John 15:7, "If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you."
As we read, whatever we ask shall be done unto us, providing we abide in our Lord, and His Words abide in us. Of course, all in His time!
I praise God for this promise! And, I'm grateful for His Word, the Bible, that teaches us everything we need to know, with respect to Him and what He desires of and for, us.
Until next time...
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