Sunday, March 02, 2008

Home recovering

I am home recovering.

First, let me thank you all for your prayers.

I will try to quickly write down all that God has done in these days, but let me say first of all that God is a wonderful loving Father! He has graciously provided in every way through these days and has shown me his smiling face in the midst of this difficult time. God is good!

As I'm able, I will tell you what I have learned, what I have seen God do, what he has done through others.......it's amazing how much you can see of God's wonderful work if you will only look.

Again, thank you all so much for your care, concern and prayers for me. I want to assure you that God answered your prayers!

Time for a nap........

8 comments:

Toneman said...

Welcome back brother, I have been eagerly awaiting news of your recovery and look for to hearing your word of God's goodness. Blessings!

Anonymous said...

Welcome home! I'm glad it went well. Take it easy, and get lots of rest!
Susan and Roger Myers

jhh said...

It's always time for a nap! Rest well, brother.

Kris Sorensen said...

Glad to hear the great report. Praise God!

cheryl5van said...

We are so thankful that you are doing well and that the surgery went well. Once again the Lord is using you and your words to heal my heart and make it whole again, as well as providing me with needed wisdom. Praise the Lord for He is good.
Phil and Cheryl

Laura said...

I have had some trouble posting but wanted to let you know that you are in my prayers.

I am so sorry this happend, I too play the-wonder if I can stand on that?- game, but I wanted to let you know I will no longer play.

Schweers' Mom said...

A nap is a good thing. Thanks for the update!

Anonymous said...

I stopped by the hospital yesterday and they said you are already home. I was very happy to hear it went well. Our friendship and your teaching has meant much to me. You and Joye have been in my prayers. I too have surgery scheduled for next week so we will be recouping together.
All God's Blessings.
Rick Gordon