Prayer helps my soul breathe. I really needed to pray tonight. My Father-In-Love (not Law) had a hemoglobin of 4.9 tonight and was admitted to the hospital. Simultaneously, my wife had a low blood sugar under 20 that my daughter couragesly helped her through. All this happened while I was hosting an event for the recovery community. It only takes one hour for everything to fall apart. The phone calls and texts started coming in. It was at that point I had to decide to stay in peace or be taken down by the chaos. Prayer is what helped me to stay in peace.
I resfuse to surrender my peace.
If you’re prone to prayer, shoot one up to God for my family and I. I don’t know if you believe in spiritual warfare, but we’re getting hammered by wave after wave of oppressive stress. Things are okay right now, but it can turn quickly.
My simple prayer is, “Peace, be still.” Being still and pondering who God desires to be to us in this stress is more beneficial than wondering why He is allowing all this. Whatever the case may be, I choose to trust Him.
I humbly ask you to keep us in prayer.
I am sincerely thankful to those of you who pray for us.
Pastor Jeremy E.