Sunday, November 11, 2007

God Can Do the Impossible

It has been a rough Sunday morning.

It's spiraling downwards.

Lord, if you can put the stars into place,
you can put my son in the right place.

If you can place the earth in just the right spot,
you can place my son in the right spot.

If you can truly heal our physical and spiritual being,
you can heal my son.

If you are truly a Shepherd, you will not rest until my son is back in the flock.

If you are truly a Savior, you will save him.

I choose to trust you...right now....today...

and tomorrow

7 comments:

Susan Kelly Skitt said...

Praying with you dear sister.

Dawn said...

This is beautiful! Can I use it sometime??

I also love yesterday's post - wonderful.

Check out Max Lucado's devotional on my post today. More good thoughts that we need today!

Becky Wolfe said...

Always in my thoughts & prayers my friend. May the love of God wrap itself around your son & his heart & yours right this minute!

And I thank you so much for your encouragement on my blog, when I've been not posting.

Between the encouragement from you, Susan and my mom, I'm going to try & blog again & get out of this 'blog funk' so I thank you so much for hangin in there with me.

Hugs

Sue @ praise & coffee said...

I'm sorry about the rough day, I'm praying you have peace and hope fill your heart.

Blessings,
Sue

Cynthia said...

I am praying with you my friend.

Many Blessings!

cynthia

Michelle (wife, mom, daughter, sister, friend, co-worker, and striving to be a Proverbs 31 woman) said...

Sharon,
My heart is heavy for you. I am praying for you, and your son. I have felt your pain and pray for better days. We are in a better place right now, but I know the only thing that will really make it all right is God, and our sons to embrace their Savior and give their lives to Him.
Peace, blessings, and love to you. Clarity, hope, and grace to your son.
In Christ,
Michelle

Naomi said...

God always listens to our prayers Sharon. Everything happens for a reason, even though it doesn't always seem that way at the time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your son.