In this world it seems so many are searching and not looking in the right places or asking for the right directions. This year make it a point to reach to out others and encourage everyone that you come in contact with. My calendar had a saying the other day that read "People don't care how much you know. They just need to know how much you care." We can share the love of Christ when we reach out by phone, email, cards or just a visit. Of course I joke all the time that a "Baptist casserole" can't hurt anything either!
Thanks for all the prayers, cards, emails and "Baptist casseroles" that we received this past year. David continues to be an inspiration to me and to the others. The new medicine has helped the seizures but drains him at times. To this day I have not heard one complaint or negative word from him. The doctor told us one day at time and we go back in February for an MRI. I thank God eveyday for another one. Be thankful for each day that you have. If you stop long enough at the end of the day and count your blessings you will forget the bad. For the last 18 months I've had to sit in waiting rooms for treatments, mri and doctors appointments. I found that just telling someone that I will pray for them changes their countenance. Prayer works. May God Bless you and May you have a Happy New Year.
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Someone sent me this and I thought I would pass it along.
Top 10 Predictions for 2011:
1. The Bible will still have all the answers.
2. Prayer will still be the most powerful thing on Earth.
3. The Holy Spirit will still move.
4. God will still honor the praises of His people.
5. There will still be God-anointed preaching.
6. There will still be singing of praise to God.
7. God will still pour out blessings upon His people.
8. There will still be room at the Cross.
9. Jesus will still love you.
10. Jesus will still save the lost when they come to Him.
Isn't it great to remember who is really in control, and that "the Word of the Lord endures forever." ( 1 Peter 1:25 ).