Wednesday, December 17, 2008

"Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light."
- Helen Keller


I am just feeling thankful for good friends. I had really messed up with a friend of mine this week and in the midst of my talking to him about it, he sent this quote to me. I feel blessed and joyful to feel forgiveness and love from people.

I haven't always experienced love in my life and it seems a bit foreign to me, but I am learning.

God loves me so much to send me so many good friends who help and strengthen and put up with me! 

I am indeed a joyful girl today. I am thankful you are here with me, reading my words. They aren't much and they sure are random but I am hoping that you get something out of it.

Please pray for me as I am waiting for test results and have to go for another test tonight. I am not afraid because I know nothing will happen to me that God doesn't allow, but I feel a bit worried all the same.

Soli Deo Gloria

4 comments:

Bud Driver said...

Praise God he is Showing you a measure of his love. I am praying for yewr test young'n

SDG,

Bud

Night Owl said...

I love that quote! Thanks for sharing!
Always praying for you.
SDG :)
Love,
Night Owl

Timothy said...

I look forward every day to reading your words, and I always get something out of it, you are a blessing to me and lots of others.
I hope the test turns out OK.
Praying for you always.,,,,Q

Eddie Eddings said...

I know this is the day after...but, I hope everything went better than expected. Your spirit really comes through your words and I feel that kindred Spirit that joins all believers together. You may have heard these little poems but, I want to share them anyway...their easy to remember:

Yesterday is history
Tomorrow is a mystery
Today is a gift
That's why they call it "the present"

I walked a mile with pleasure
She chattered all the way
But left me none the wiser
For all she had to say
I walked a mile with sorrow
And not a word said she
But oh the things I learned from her
When sorrow walked with me.

"Two men look from behind iron bars
One sees the mud
The other the stars"

Many blessings to you this Christmas season!!...and thanks for becoming a member of my blogs!