I love this song....but so does our daughter, Jess....which is why I chose it for today's "Sunday Morning Song".
Please keep her in your prayers, as she will be having a tonsillectomy and a bilateral sinus wash in the morning. We are praying that this will take away all the infections that she keeps having and she'll feel like a new person....and will be better able to keep up with our precious GRAND-sons!
(don't forget to turn off the PlayList before listening)
In His Most Precious Love....and with mine!!!
I love this song too... Praying much for Jess!ReplyDelete
Hi, thanks for stopping by my blog & following me. I am now following you as well. Have a good Sunday!ReplyDelete
beautiful song and praying for you dgt.ReplyDelete
Thanks for this song today. We sang it at the Women of Faith conference my daughter and I attended yesterday. So uplifting and empowering! Just discovered your blog today. I believe it was a God-thing. blessings on your day!ReplyDelete
Thanks for this song today.ReplyDelete
I will most certainly be in prayer for your daughter. Sinus infections are so debilitating. Much love!ReplyDelete
Praying for you too, momma. ;) Added your prayer request to my sidebar. God has already gone ahead of you tomorrow. Envision it that way and may His peace flood you and guide those doctors' hands. Much love again. (It just so happens that I dedicate every Monday none other than to praying for specifically and throughout the entire day for our children of all ages as well as their moms. God is good!)ReplyDelete
This was a lovely post. Your daughter will be in our prayers for Healing Hands. Have a blessed day.ReplyDelete
One of my all time favorites too! Prayed for your daughter and will remember her tomorrow too!ReplyDelete
Lifting your daughter up in prayer...ReplyDelete
This song is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing it. And, I just read your latest post about your weight loss. I think that is fantastic. I would never comment to someone about their weight. I still remember being a skinny girl in high school and how much it hurt when a cousin made the comment once that if I turn sideways I disappeared. That kind of thing really sticks with you. Now I'm overweight, not obese, thank goodness, but definitely overweight. I'd much rather be like I am now than when I was "skinny". I still hate that word.ReplyDelete
Blessings to you and I'm so glad you're feeling so much better about yourself. I know how that feels.