If you read Life with Lynnie (LwL) yesterday, you'll be aware that I didn't get to go worship and enjoy time with my church family. I wasn't well.
I must say that on Sunday, I began to feel like I was improving. For this, I praise God!
You see, on Thursday evening last week, I began to sniffle, sneeze and cough.
On Friday morning, I felt fine! So, just as we had pre-arranged, I went and picked up my new friend A, who is the wife of a long-time friend, here in my area, C.
A has only been in Canada since a couple days before Christmas. Just as you may have previously read.
Being from Romania, she speaks Romanian, French and English. I praise God for this!
Why? Because, I believe it will help her to gain employment, here in Canada.
A had been a social worker in Romania.
She and her husband weren't sure where to take her to apply for employment, so I did last Friday. We went to various places and she did what she needed to do.
Now, I'm praying that God will provide for her. If you can find it in your heart to pray for her, I would appreciate it. God bless you...
Later, in the evening, I no longer felt well. I began to feel really sick.
Saturday, I hoped I would feel better. But, I didn't.
My coughing seemed to end.
It didn't really. It's just that my lungs were hurting, right through my back, to the point where I could hardly even try to cough. But, did a few times, praise God! This helped me to breathe, better. Thank you, Lord.
This meant that instead of meeting with Christian single friends at Tim Hortons, I stayed home. :( I'll just have to look forward to getting together next month, instead.
As I said earlier, I feel like I'm beginning to heal.
Coughing returned, Sunday. It was easier to cough, later in the day. And, breathe.
Hallelujah! I must thank each and every one of you, who has prayed for healing for me. May God bless you...
Yesterday, I found out that someone I knew as a child was in hospital, after having had surgery. I would appreciate prayer for this friend. Thank you! May God bless you...
Prayer is so necessary for those who are not well. For those, who are sick. And, for those who are in need in other ways.
After all, prayer of the faithful, is heard by God.
Just as we read, in James 5:15, "And the prayer of faith shall save the sick, and the Lord shall raise him up; and if he have committed sins, they shall be forgiven him."
When we pray faithfully, our Lord will heal the sick. They will be raised up, and forgiven of sins.
Praise God! Hallelujah!
Of course, it is always done, if it is His will. For His will is always done.
Are you a faithful person?
Are you a believer?
Are you saved?
If not, you need to begin to believe on our Lord, Jesus Christ, so you can be saved. And, forgiven.
God does not need to listen and/or answer prayers of unbelievers. He may. He may not.
But, prayers of a faithful believer, are much stronger. And, He answers much more often, in a positive way.
For this, I will always be thankful! And, praise Him!
Until next time...
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