When the Pain Causes You to Shuffle

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“You okay?”

I watched the love of my life rub his knee and wince. Some seven weeks earlier, he was in surgery to repair his acl and torn meniscus. There was more damage on his knee than the doctor realized. The recovery was slow.

Letting out a slow and careful sigh he responded, “Yeah. I’m okay.” Only I knew he wasn’t. I knew he was in pain. I know when he’s mad. I know when he’s sad, and I know when he’s not telling the truth…

Join me today at The Internet Cafe. Click HERE to read the rest of my devotion.

**There are some strange things going on at the Cafe with the formatting on their site and the words look really tiny. But you should still be able to read it. Just bust out your magnifying glass. 😉

 

 

Carol

Trusted and True

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After the tornados in Oklahoma, someone shared a video on Facebook that had me doing the ugly cry. It inspired me to write about one of the attributes of God in my devotion today at the Presidential Prayer Team.

Read the devotion HERE, then come back and watch the video. It’s only about 3 minutes, and I promise you won’t want to miss it.

Email readers, click HERE to watch the video.

*Remember the link for the devotion is only direct today. After today, you’ll have to select June 13 from the drop down menu on the Presidential Prayer Team site. 

Carol

Rescue Will Come

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Have you ever been in a situation you couldn’t see out of? Overwhelmed? Not sure where to turn? Sometimes you have to know when to be still.

Join me today as I post at The Presidential Prayer Team. Click HERE to read my devotion.

To find out more about the organization I mentioned in today’s devotional, visit their website and sign up for their email updates at The Exodus Road.

Hope you are enjoying your summer. 🙂

*Reminder: the link to the devotion is only direct today. After today, you can select June 6 from the drop down menu on the PPT site. 

Carol