Today’s Devotional
Zephaniah 3:17 NIV

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The wound from the pre-cancer removal on my right arm two weeks ago seems to be healing nicely at last. I won’t go into gory details, but when I redressed it this morning and applied the antibiotic cream, the area looks much improved. The swelling is down, the redness is gone, and the draining from the stitches has stopped. I think I’m finally on the mend. What a tedious two weeks this has been! 😦 There’s already an appointment set up for tomorrow morning to see the dermatologist again. I’ll get her expert opinion as to how it’s progressing. Praise God for His healing! Thank you everyone for your prayers, kind thoughts and encouragements. I appreciate your concern so very much. God always answers prayer according to His will. Always. 🙂

An unfortunate side effect from the oral antibiotic, though, is I’m still nauseous after eating and slightly headachy. It grieves me terribly but today I must stay home from Sunday School and Church. I love the Godly lessons taught. I love God’s Church; the being with His people who love me and are now my only family. It’s so rewarding. Thankfully, our Church now records and broadcasts both services, morning and evening, on FaceBook: First Baptist Church of Blackshear  (11:00 AM and 6:00 PM EST). I believe it’s recorded, so, no need to listen live. Now I can listen to the God’s message and get in on the singing. Aren’t modern times grand?!

Today’s Word Of The Day is: festoon.  I haven’t festooned our house for a party for a long time.

I pray y’all have a great day praising the LORD who loves us all!


2 thoughts on “Sunday

  1. Hmm…you prb. need to drink a full glass of water with the medicine…Just saying…try it and see if it makes a difference. There are times when I have to try different things –our bodies tend to get use to medicine and sometimes the side effects are unwelcome. Never ending balance….sigh…

    Festoon…what a big word, LOLOL. JK/JT. Have a lovely Sunday my friend. smiles

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