Sunday, January 14, 2018

Unfathomable Transcendence

Then, in God’s mercies take thine ease
When miseries conspire
He triumphs over agonies
That fear and heartache sire

Conflict veiled in Unknown, resign
Its weight no one can bear
Take comfort in mercy divine
God hears each stuttered prayer

No other power here on earth
Such precious peace can lend
God, who has known us before birth
Each trial will transcend

So then, with humble heart and mind
Let Trust our hope secure
When day is dark and faith is blind
God’s promises assure

For it is not in life’s hooray
That man is prone to plead
We bow our heads to pray and pray
When overcome with need

© Janet Martin

 Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

From my sister-in-law this morning who was suddenly hospitalized the other night...
Last night so different from the night before. So quite. The Dr came in to see me at midnight and explained some things. The Dr from London let them know that it is a reaction that I had to blood thinner pills that I am on. So I will not be taking them again until I go back to the team of specialists in London. The leg is looking and feeling so much better. The bruising is almost gone. Before I left London the same nurse was in to see me who spent the night before with me. She said wow your leg looks so different. She said so black and anger the night before and today just a bruise. The pain is so different too. Now it just sore from the swelling. Haven't taken any pain pills since they gave me that wonderful clotting meds. Running a few more tests today or tomorrow. He didn't say when I'd be discharged... he said Dr this morning should know better.
Thanks for all the prayers thru this scary situation.

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