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I know, I know, it is not Tuesday.  However, you know what, I have my family to thank.  This family ranges from blood family to church fam.  I have been sick since Sunday right after midnight.  Even then, I headed to Kaiser to volunteer at the ER as usual and I had a blast! God is good.  Guess what though, right after I arrived home through the commute, I was very fatigued and slept until about 10pm—I had to force myself up in order to finish my assignments that were due that night.  I also emailed my boss just so he was aware that I was experiencing flu like symptoms.  With God’s help, I struggled—He was my strength and saw me through as I took quizzes, wrote papers, and submitted my assignments.  The next day, I went to work.  My boss was very supportive of me taking care…so I left by 11am.  Since I had to wait for my brothers due to school, I headed to church. 


I prayed with the intercessory prayer ladies, ended up serving as usual during the evening service.  It was all God because with chills, muscle aches, high fever, and other enchiladas, I could not have made it without Him and the prayers stemming from the family.  So, without much ado, and even though I stayed in bed yesterday, I am back to work—feeling much better and thankful to God for this day and this very moment and medium He gives me.  May I/we praise Him not only when all is going as we wish, but even in our darkest hour because He is good.  A friend divinely sent this verse to me and it blessed me…Psalm 12:5…so, feel free to check it out! Thank God for you all and for being the Lover of my soul.


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One Comment

  1. Aww, I wasn’t aware you weren’t feeling well, but I am glad you’re doing better.
    Thank you for your comment on my blog. I greatly appreciate it. It’s going to be a weird transition from Indiana to California, but I’m so glad to know God will be with me every step of the way. That was more of a “confession post” than anything else, as I realize worry means distrust in God, and distrust in God is sin. So thank you for your encouragement on my confession. 🙂

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