Monday, March 12, 2007

Home at last...

Well after four sweet days in the hospital we are home. George came home and went straight to bed. I think he is not only physically exhaustedbut mentally exhausted as well. To lay in bed four days straight not being able to move your right leg, bend it or anything having to take care of business in a not so convenient way can wear on you. I think he is relieved it is over. Please continue to pray with us that God uses this method to bring forth a good report. Lord we say, no matter what our eyes are on YOU. Thanks to everyone for your continued prayers and for standing with us over a year in this battle. Thanks for not growing weary and realizing where your strength comes from. We love each one of you so much.



Judith said...

Thanks for keeping us updated. Praying that your whole household is granted refreshing sleep and quiet rest. Praying, praying, praying for all of you.
Judith and Danny

Russell said...

PRAISE GOD for His mercy and presence during the challenges of life on earth. We are relieved with you and George and rejoice at your return home. May George find great joy in the freedom of movement!
Love and affection,

Raising Eagles said...

Welcome home, George!
been praying for you...believing for you...and expecting great things from the Lord for you!

Anonymous said...

Little Bro,
I am so glad you are home and the time in the hospital is over. I don't want to make this about me, but I want to tell you why I haven't called,visited, etc. Last Tuesday, I had a very bad fall at work. Good thing i work in a hospital. I hit my head so hard on my counter that the hit was heard down the hall and a code was called. Long story short I got a huge bump on the head, bad bruise on the arm and a bad bruise on the tailbone. After going to X-ray it was determined I hadn't broken hy skull and since I didn't want co-workers X-raying my tailbone I will just assume it is bruised.
This is really a praise report b/c I did hit the couner so hard with my head that the drawer under the counter still won't open.
I hope this is a sad enough story that I am forgiven for not calling you.
Love and Prayers as Always,
Big Sis Margie

Anonymous said...

Glad you guys are home. Get some good rest and take it easy. We're still prayin' for ya!

Love y'all,
Mark Weeks

Anonymous said...

Hey guys,

Glad to hear that yall are home. Also glad to hear that everything went well in the hospital. I am sure that first thing George wants to do as soon as he is able, is walk outside and take in some good old fresh country air. Take care, keep us updated, we are praying for all of you, let us know if we can help in any way.


Paul S.

sonja said...

Psalm 21:1-7

As I was asking the Lord for words to encourage you I opened His book and found these scriptures touching my heart.

This is now my prayer for you!
I will personalize the scripture, read it later when you get a chance.

George shall have JOY in Your strength, O Lord;
And in Your salvation how greatly shall he rejoice!
You have given George his heart's desire, and have not withheld the request of his lips.
For You meet George with the blessings of GOODNESS; You set a crown of pure gold upon his head.
He asked LIFE from You, and You gave it to him-length of days forever and ever.
George's glory is GREAT in Your salvation; Honor and Magesty You have placed upon Him.
For You have made George exceedingly GLAD with Your presence.
For George trusts in the Lord, and through the MERCY of the MOST HIGH George shall not be moved!!!!

Be encouraged today brother!
Because of you the body of Christ is coming together as ONE in intercession and great FAITH is building!!!!

Still Standing STILL!!!!

Sonja H.