• Longing for the New Day

    As I write this post, the breeze coming through the car window is cool this morning, but the sun warms my face as I wait and pray. I’ve been walking around the medical building that is bordered by bright spring flowers and tall trees. Walking and praying for my man. Somewhere inside that building, he’s getting ready for his second procedure. The nurses are asking him questions, prepping him, and rolling his gurney into the surgery area where they’ll inject his veins with a drug that heavily sedates him. And then the procedure will begin. If you are a new reader here, you may not know that my husband is partially paralyzed…

  • We Are Waiting

    Like many of you, LeRoy and I are spending a rainy weekend focusing on the sufferings of our Redeemer and the power of His resurrection. We’ve also entered a season of waiting for what this newest treatment for him will bring (and you can read about that by clicking here to see my last blog post). We are waiting in hope. In my daily reading of the Psalms, this day’s reading is from chapter 102, and it begins with the prayer of an afflicted one, who is weary. It is a Psalm that we can very much relate to today. The Psalmist pours out his complaint before the Lord and begins this…