In yesterday's Life with Lynnie (LwL) entry, I mentioned how God lifted me up and encouraged me last Saturday. A day, when I was feeling rather melancholy.
On Sunday morning, I felt encouraged. And, loved by my Lord.
Like normal, I felt badly that I couldn't drive. This meant that even on Resurrection Day, I wasn't able to go worship, with my church family.
In the afternoon, my nurse came to check me over. She was concerned about some swelling I had in my lower abdomen. She suggested I see a doctor to be checked out.
Knowing it was Easter Sunday, unless I went to the hospital, I knew there wouldn't be a doctor to check me out. So, I told her I would wait a day or so, to see if the swelling decreased.
Later, my daughter P picked me up and drove me to her home.
Upon arriving at P's home, my grandson A, who lives up the street, came to see me. I gave him some Easter treats I had brought for my family. And, we hugged each other, lovingly. :)
Once inside, P suggested I just rest on the couch. So, I did.
After a while, dinner was ready. Up to the table I went, with the rest of our family.
It was a great meal, to be sure. And, I ate more than I normally do, because it was too difficult to not taste each delicious looking treat!
I thank you P, for providing for me. May God bless you!
Not just for a scrumptious meal. But, also for the wonderful time I was able to spend with some of my grandchildren and other family members!
Thinking of being thankful, brought to mind Ephesians 5:20, "Giving thanks always for all things unto God and the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ;"
Yes, I give thanks to God. For everything in my life.
Not just for the wonderful blessings He makes sure I receive. Like I did on Easter Sunday, from my family.
I thank Him for everything. Even this stressful, physical trial I have been experiencing for so long, now.
In addition, I trust Him. He knows the plan He has for my life.
Just as He has a plan for your life, too.
If you are not yet trusting in Jesus Christ for your salvation, now is the time to come to Him. We are not guaranteed even our next breath.
Until next time...
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