If you haven't read yesterday's entry here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I'll suggest you do so, now.
Why? Because I believe you need to understand part of what I'm discussing, today.
Now, I need to say that I was never notified in the past, being warned about having infection after surgery. Not like my ex-brother-in-law did... just as you saw in yesterday's link to the Windsor Star.
However, after several surgeries, I had infection. And, have suffered due to having had infection.
Just as I'm doing, now.
You see, the abscess that I had surgery for last November (2016), was due to me having infection.
In June 2016, when I was in the hospital for 9 days, I had such a severe infection that I had a pic line, with four (4) different antibiotics all at the same time.
With having been cut open seven (7) times since September 2012, my body has suffered greatly, from... infections!
The only thing I will say at this time, is that I feel badly for my ex-brother-in-law. And, will continue to pray, just as I said earlier.
Not only will I pray that he will be healed. I will also pray that God will lift him up, and encourage him.
After all, he's suffering in some ways. Just as I am, in other ways.
But, God will help us.
Just as we read, in 1 Peter 5, "But the God of all grace, who hath called us unto his eternal glory by Christ Jesus, after that ye have suffered a while, make you perfect, stablish, strengthen, settle you."
I believe that my deceased husband Gordon's brother will be helped by God. After all, both Gordon and his brother attended Sunday school and church, and came to know Jesus.
God helps me every day, even though I am still suffering.
He loves me.
Plus, because just as we read in today's Bible verse, He is the God of all grace.
He loves us so much that even before we were ever born, He sent His only begotten Son, our Lord, Jesus Christ, to earth.
Jesus came to earth, not to cause trouble and/or problems. He came to save people.
Are you saved?
All you have to do, is trust in/believe upon our Lord, Jesus Christ, and you shall be saved (Acts 16:31).
If you haven't yet done so, please do it today.
Tomorrow... may be too late.
Until next time...
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