If you read Life with Lynnie (LwL) yesterday, you'll know that it was my daughter, P's birthday!
Knowing that the nurse I had wasn't coming to treat me, I asked the nursing company to please send a female nurse as early as possible. After all, I was supposed to see P and our family members.
After lunchtime, I got a call from a nurse who was coming to treat me for the abscess that I am still not healed from. She let me know when she'd arrive.
I must admit, I was truly thankful that she came in the afternoon. This meant I could go and be with P and our family for dinner, to celebrate her birthday.
Thank You, Lord for providing for me!
On my way to see P and my family members, I had to stop at Wind. Well, okay... it's now called... Freedom. This company supplies me with my cell phone use.
I was grateful that it didn't take long to hear what I needed to know and was helped.
Again, I feel that God provided for me. Thank You, Lord!
Previously, I had given my daughter, P food that we were all going to have for dinner. Plus, I had provided the birthday cake.
I must admit, I was thankful that she had accepted this, for it made it easy for me to not have to do too much on her birthday, physically.
Why was this important to me?
Well, I hadn't been well for quite a while. I felt even worse over the weekend, having a health issue that wasn't good. And, had not felt any better on P's birthday.
Even so, God provided for me, again. And, for P.
Thank You, Lord!
Our family members enjoyed our time together. And, enjoyed having dinner and celebrating P's birthday!
She received beautiful birthday gifts. I was thankful she was blessed.
Blessed in many ways. Not just by people, but by God.
Just as we read, in Psalm 127:3, "Lo, children are an heritage of the Lord: and the fruit of the womb is his reward."
To me, my daughter, P is a heritage of the Lord... and the fruit of the womb was His reward.
His reward, to be sure. But, mine also.
Why do I feel like this?
Well, you need to know that even though I haven't been feeling well, my daughter and some of her family has helped me.
Is this important?
To me, it was.
However, it was even more important to me than by just being helped. You see, my daughter, P isn't well herself. And, hasn't been for a very long time.
She comes and goes from having strength and ability to do many things, yet God provides for her.
You see, P has Lupus.
My friend, please pray for my daughter, P. Thank you.
May God bless you for praying for her.
Until next time...
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