Thank you for this post that honors our men and women. May you have a blessed day, sweet friend! Hugs
ah so very true sis love the words freedom is not free - true of freedom we have in our countries in which we live!!... but also because of the One Who gave His life for us ... Who died and rose again that we might be free from our sin, love in Him, Shaz.xx
Truly our greatest and only true freedom is in Christ Jesus. The world can bind us physically but in Christ we are free indeed! Thanks Shaz for your comment and reminding me.
Thank you for this post honoring those who served and those who serve!Hugs,Ginny
Oh my friend! I understand how difficult the circumstances were and yet I am amazed at all the people and all the things that influenced that time of your life. I've had to persevere with lots of difficulties after I was diagnosed with RA and then lost my father unexpectedly. It's been a different kind of road for me. I believe in God's healing power since He's healed me before, but just as you say, why or how He does it is a mystery to us. Your story is outstanding, a true testimony that I am sure is a blessing to many just as it's been to me today. Thanks so much for sharing this amazing story. Hugs.
I really appreciate your comments. I know that RA is very painful and will include you on my prayer list for healing or courage and strength to live with it if God does not see fit to heal you. I am sure that the diagnosis alone was hard to deal with and then to lose your father must have really been a double whammy. But God doesn't leave us alone and with Him all things are possible. Prayers and hugs.
This comment has been removed by the author.