Saturday, August 11, 2007

he's home...

After two intense days of driving George and his parent's have made it home. It was so good to see him. It has only been a week but it seems like forever. He is napping right now and I know it will take him a while to catch up after such a busy week and all that riding. Thanks to Granny and Paw-Paw for hanging in there with him and driving the whole way. They are so awesome. Although the Drs. don't have much to offer we know that the Blood of Jesus is the best offering anyway. We cried out in our distress and he heard us. He sent his Word and we were healed and saved from the grave. paraphrase Psalm 107:19,20.

Last night several of us had a great time of prayer at the Delaunes. We worshipped and prayed and the Lord revealed himself in a mighty way to strengthen each of us. Many times we must come to the place where we must resolve again to stand. That is what we have done. We stand, therefore armed with the belt of TRUTH the breastplate of RIGHTEOUSNESS, the GOSPEL shoes, the helmet of SALVATION, the shield of FAITH and the sword of the SPIRIT,which is the word of God. Setting our face like flint, fixing our eyes on the author and finisher of our faith. God bless and we will be in touch.


agardana said...

Very glad that George is home. Tell him to rest up and get some earplugs because I just might visit again soon. Hee hee. : )

When George is completely restored to health there will be no doubt that God has been moving and even the doctors will have to say, there is no other way than a MIRACLE.

Love you, Stacie

Sonja said...

Welcome home George!
It's funny, I realized the time was 11:11 when I checked your blog, you know how I have the number 11 thing going on!
Anyways...hope Wil and I can come visit soon.
Let us know if you need anything when school starts, I know you have loads of family support but we are here for you regardless!

Standing in prayer with you still.



Anonymous said...

Obviously the time on the bottom of the comment is not right!


Zechariah said...


I always know I'll be encouraged when I hop over to your blog. You truly know how to find joy in sorrowful times.

Please be in prayer for SLU XA. We're doing dorm move-in tomorrow and Tuesday, and our first meeting of the semester will be next Tuesday (the 21st). We'll be doing some new things this semester, so please pray it all works out!


nicole said...

"And if the Spirit of him who raised Jesus from the dead is living in you, he who raised Christ from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies through his Spirit, who lives in you." Romans 8:11

George, may God Almighty bring LIFE to your body through His Spirit, according to His Word!!

In Him,
nicole a.

Anonymous said...

I'm so grateful that God allowed me to have the opportunity to reconnect with you and George in
Roman's that day. It is such a priviledge to join with you in prayer. I've been keeping up with you guys regularly through the blog and just wanted you to know that I'm hera and I'm agreeing with you in prayer.

In His Love,
Cathy D.