Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Loving One Another

Hello Friends,  I haven't been online much.  I've been trying to break my habit of getting on the computer first thing in the morning.  This morning I was passing time until Megan was ready to head out to the grocery story.  I jumped on and saw that I had a new comment on my last post.  It was from Donna at merryheartcrafts.

Dear Sweet Sister, PLEASE pray for me and my family. My sweet Julie was killed in a car accident yesterday morning on her way to college. I feel as if I am shattered in thousands of pieces and all that is holding me together is the arms of Jesus.

Donna lost her husband to illness a year ago and now her beloved daughter, Julie.  One of the things I enjoy most about the blog community is how supportive we are of one another.  How we cheer on others in their triumphs and cry together when there is deep sorrow.  I would appreciate it if you, my friends, would lift Donna and her family in prayer.  If you feel led maybe you could stop by her blog and leave an encouraging word on her last post.  I know she needs all the love, encouragement, and prayers we can provide. 

This is My commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. John 15:12



7 comments:

  1. How tragic. I will be praying for Donna.

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  2. We'll be praying for her, on this side of the Atlantic. God bless her and all of us, because we can't do anything without Him.

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  3. I am so sorry, this is just heartbreaking. She will be in prayers.

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  4. I can't imagine her pain! I will be praying for her.

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  5. Oh my goodness Wendi! I am SO sorry to hear this from your sweet friend. I will pop over to her site and let her know I am praying for her. I can't even imagine how horrible it must be to have lost her husband and now a child! Bless her dear sweet heart. Oh my heart just hurts thinking about it. There are no words that can help in such a terrible situation, but I can pray for her, and I will do that! Hugs to you sweet friend!

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  6. Oh no.....Praying for her. Hugs to you Wendi.

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  7. Praying for her. I know that she has been a great prayer warrior for me in the years past. I have enjoyed getting to know some blog friends who are also sisters in Christ.

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