Friday, July 3, 2015

HIS Care Is This Storm

"Sometimes you need the storm in order to see the glory.
 
 
Sometimes it's only the deep and dark storms of life that put the glory of the Messiah and the kind of relief where I can now see it and I can now get it and I can say, "I'm okay, because this One has drawn me into eternal relationship with Him.
 

 
Sometimes you need the storm to see the glory. Oh, the care is not just Jesus' presence in the storm. 
 

 
The care is the storm!
 


That's care, just the kind of care that we need.

 
He's zealous that we would see and understand that we would really have hearts of faith—sturdy, assured, confident, bold, ministering, faith.” Paul David Tripp
 


Words can never share how overwhelmed I have been, at the outpouring of love, support, and prayers from each of you. And I can truly say, that GOD has given a peace that surpasses all understanding.
 
I met with the oncologist this week, and the surgery has been scheduled for this coming Tuesday.
 
Many more prayers are needed.
 
Prayers for peace of mind, as the thought of surgery TERRIFIES me. Prayers that I will not get sick before hand, as a cold is going around my family. Prayers that it will be a smooth recovery, and all who care for me will be granted patience, as I am NOT the best of people to be around when I feel bad. ;) And prayers the cyst will not be cancerous.
 
I have some praises. After meeting with the oncologist, there was some relief. He feels very confident the cyst is not cancerous, and that he might even be able to save the ovary.
 
There are no guarantees.
 
Only faith, and trusting in the LORD's goodness and grace.
 
And GOD's people boldly approaching the throne of grace, with their petitions and praise.
 
GOD is good, all the time!
 
Have a wonderfully blessed day everyone! Thanks for stopping by!
Angel

6 comments:

  1. Just prayed and will continue to do so. May the Lord fill you with peace, with rest, with relief from the tension and apprehension of waiting for surgery; may He lift you up with His gentle love and fatherly concern; may He guide the hands of your surgeons and bless them with accuracy, efficiency, and empathy; and ultimately, may He continue to reveal His glory and majesty through your beautiful faith throughout this trial, as He has done and is already doing. We all love you so much - you have been in my thoughts ever since your last post, and I have a Post-It note on my computer monitor at work reminding me to pray for you every time I see it (which is often). I hope that you can feel our love and prayers lifting you up during the time of waiting and on into the surgery. You are in our hearts and never far from our thoughts!!

    Keep eating oranges and drinking your echinacea tea! I'm praying for that cold to stay away from you!!

    Sending armloads of love,
    Vicki

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  2. Angel,

    I am praying that your surgery goes well on Tuesday and that God would give you His peace so that you don't feel anxiety about it. I'm also continuing to pray that you receive good news after the surgery and that you have a smooth recovery.

    God bless,
    Sarah in GA

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  3. praying for His grace & love to surround you and a speedy recovery. blessings and hugs to you!

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  4. Hope your surgery went well yesterday. Praying for quick and painless recovery!

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  5. I hope that all is well with you Angel and that you recover quickly!

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  6. I really hope that your surgery went fine yesterday and that you can recover soon! I also pray that you and your family will have strength in this moment and will receive good news! Hugs

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