Here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), there is something I plan to let you know about. And, ask you to pray about.
It's not something that has affected me. It's something regarding a friend I have.
My friend doesn't live here in Canada anymore. This friend lives in Dublin, Ireland.
Unfortunately my friend's wife died last year. He has suffered quite a bit, emotionally.
But, he also hasn't been well, lately. In fact, he was so ill that he needed to be put into hospital.
The amount of sodium in his blood, almost totally disappeared. Apparently, he wasn't even able to talk for a while.
Here's a link by healthline.com for you to read about low Blood Sodium: https://www.healthline.com/health/hyponatremia#causes. Hopefully, you clicked on the link and read the article.
As I hope you read, it's very important to have sodium inside you. Especially, as you get older in age.
I must admit that I am thankful that my friend's next door neighbour, who is also a friend of his, took him to the doctor and to the hospital. Thank you, L.
Of course, I am thankful to God!
Being thankful reminded me of Psalm 147:7, "Sing unto the with thanksgiving; sing praise upon the harp unto our God:".
Amen! Sing unto the Lord with thanksgiving; sing praise upon the harp unto our God.
Yes, I sing unto the Lord, and praise Him.
I'm glad to be thankful. After all, being thankful is so very important.
For me, it's easy to be thankful to Him.
To my friend, I don't believe it is, yet.
Why? My friend has not yet become a born again Christian.
Please, join me in prayer for my friend.
Pray that God will help him realize that he needs to trust in/believe upon our Lord, Jesus Christ. For if he does, his heart will be opened, and he will gain salvation... and everlasting life.
For that, I will also be thankful.
Please join me in prayer also for everyone else we know, who has not yet become a born again Christian.
Thank you, dear reader, friend.
May God bless you!
And... thank You, Lord!
Until next time...
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