Monday, January 5, 2015

Let Love...

Much like most Monday's here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I will say that I enjoyed meeting with my church family, yesterday.

After our Bible study group time, I went upstairs to the sanctuary.  Our worship service immediately began.

I looked around, and saw a couple I was looking for. 

My friend C and his wife A, were sitting near where I usually sit.  So, I joined them.

It did my heart good to see that they were able to join my church family and I, for our worship service.

You may recall that just after midnight, on December 23rd, I met A for the first time, at the airport.  It was then, when A finally arrived to live here, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

It had taken about a year and a half since C and A were married in Romania, for A to actually receive the visa she needed, to allow her to come live, in Canada.

How thankful I was to see them!  My heart skipped a beat, just feeling so very happy for them.

We worshipped with music at first, like we normally do.  Later, our pastor spoke and prayed. 

Afterwards, he welcomed A, and commented about how happy it was to see her and C.  And, he commented about this being a time of answered prayer.

I was grateful.  Totally, grateful.

How wonderful it is to see the love this couple has for each other.  Love that was not concealed.  Love that is good.

Thinking about their love, reminded me of Romans 12:9, "Let love be without dissimulation. Abhor that which is evil; cleave to that which is good."

Even while seated in the pew, I could see them holding hands.  And, I could feel the love that was there, between them.

How happy I truly am for them!

Thank You, Lord... for answering the prayer request that many of us prayed for C & A.  Thank You, for answering the request in a positive way, having A finally allowed to immigrate to Canada.  Hallelujah!

May God bless them both.  And, their marriage.

May God provide for their every need.

If you can find it in your heart to pray for them, I will be so grateful to you!  For every one of us needs prayer.  Whether concerning one part of our lives, or another.

How loving this would be of you, to pray for them.  And, indeed for all others.

Thank you, my friend.  May God bless you, too!

Until next time...

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