Sunday, November 4, 2012

Heal

When Jesus is my portion , A constant friend is he
His eye is on the sparrow
And I know he watches over me
His eye is on the sparrow
And I know he watches me
Writing this with all of the victims of Hurricane Sandy in my heart and prayers. As I sit in my warm home, with clean water, electricity, heat, sipping hot coffee, preparing a hot Sunday dinner for later, my mind is stayed on those who need to heal. Their tears of dispair, hopelessness, and lost loved ones has not escaped God's eye. His eye is always on the sparrow.

With prayers of comfort and recovery for the East Coast. Amen.

Sunday Scribbling word prompt: "heal"

13 comments:

  1. HI TRACEY - you are such a beautiful loving spirit - I am so happy and blessed to ave found you amidst this big ole world-wide-web! I received your beautiful card of love and friendship and I was so thrilled. "Thank you" for all that you are, all that you do and for including me in your life.
    Love Gail
    peace.....

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    1. HEY BEAUTIFUL! I feel the exact same way! I am so glad we were lead to each other; you will always hold a special place in my heart & life. I'm glad you liked the card - was hoping it would bring some relief in the middle of the madness. (Remember I asked if you still had the same address? Sneaky, sneaky me - Lol!)I am truly blessed to know you.

      Love, Peace AND comfort ~ me

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    2. can we plan a time to meet for real in the Spring?

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    3. ABSOLUTELY!!! It will be so good to meet you and give you a big hug!! That definitely gives me something to look forward to. Let's start planning NOW!! Lol.

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    4. I will email you soon, "YAY" :-)

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  2. a beautiful hymn.....and I love the Ellis quote..

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    1. Thank you so much, Joanne. Eye on the Sparrow is one of my favorites; it brings me comfort, always. The Ellis quote is truly life; letting go & hanging on. Have a peaceful day!

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    1. Thanks, Janie! Happy Sunday, my friend :-)

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  4. Amen indeed, a timely and compassionate post x

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    1. Thank you, understandingalice. It truly breaks my heart when I see those folks in such dispair.

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  5. We only realize how well off we are when we see and hear of people in genuine need.

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    1. That is so true, oldegg. I thought the same thing while driving into the office this morning. I was conscious of everything I did preparing for work - things I take for granted.

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