His Grace

His StrengthMy strength is made perfect in weakness!  When the Lords written word is revealed to us and no longer are just words, it is called Rhema in the greek.  On this cancer journey, many of the Lords words have become Rhema to me.  I am experiencing his word.  We have all had Rehema times as we are studying His word.  Times when the words just pop off of the page and into your heart.  I am very aware of the scripture for today, as I walk in it.  I know that I am weak, but amazingly I stand up with strength and live my life.  I am on a new Chemo now because my last one allowed some progression of the cancer.  The new one which is my fourth one, is difficult.  They all come with their own set of symptoms.  But the Lord is raising me up in the midst of this treatment.  Initially I was so ill I didn’t think it was possible to take it, but I just finished week two and I am here to write about it this morning.  I love the Lord so much, I can’t imagine life without Him.  We all need Him all the time.  It may not be cancer in your life, but every life has its trials and challenges.  I am currently praying for a family who’s son was in a horrible car accident and he is in a coma.  Bobby Asa is his name.  They are living this scripture right now.  He is in His sixth day of coma today.  Has many injury’s that are life threatening.  Pray for this family.  Bobby needs a miracle, and the family needs strength.  The Lord is so faithful to be there in our time of need. I will glory in my infirmities so that His power will rest upon me.!!

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My desire is to share my photography, to honor the Lord, and send out His word to all who might read. My photo's will include a scripture,and I write a devotional for each entry. The very least that I can do for our precious Lord Jesus. I am a wife to Jerry, my wonderful husband. We have 5 children, and 7 granchildren.

One thought on “His Grace”

  1. Praying for you, Darlene that this treatment is the final one that sends that cancer packing! Praying also for the young man in the coma. Love you, sweet friend.
    Connie

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