Lately, I’ve been reminded constantly, that I need to be grateful, even thankful, for what I have. Today, I found out that a friend, and former co-worker died on 1/31. He left behind his wife and 15/16 year old daughter. He loved his family so much, and now, he’s gone. He was a huge encouragement to me from the beginning of our friendship. I am greatly saddened for his family.
So, while my health isn’t the best, my foot still hurts, my back still bothers me, to a point that just washing my kid’s hair and brushing their hair hurts so much that I can’t breath, R still has his migraine, 24.5 weeks now, straight. But you know, I’m grateful that he’s still with me, and the kids. I love him and know he is one of the best husbands and fathers I could hope to have. I am thankful for him. I know that God brought him into my life and I’m thankful and grateful for that.
5 But I trust in your unfailing love;
my heart rejoices in your salvation.
6 I will sing the Lord’s praise,
for he has been good to me.
Yes, I trust in His unfailing love, and I rejoice in the salvation he has given me. I sing His praise, he is always good to me. Thank you, Lord, for all parts of my life, good and bad, as there is a reason for all of it.