Tuesday, December 11, 2007

I am late posting because of our weather. Ice is coming down.

I have been praying protection over those in my family that have to drive in this weather. My husband, my son-in-law and my son. My son lives next door to me. He comes over every morning before work and we talk. This morning we had stepped outside and he fell on the ice.

I could do nothing. I watched has he began to fall in slow motion. He went down and landed on the step and then continued to fall down to the bottom step. His body was out of control going whereever it wanted. I felt helpless.

He got up quick and said "was that in slow motion?" He was hurt but, not bad. He has road rash on his back and hand. But, no broken bones nor did he hit his head. He went on to work.

Luke 18:1
Then Jesus told his disciples a parable to show them that they should always pray and not give up.

Prayers. Yes, God honors our prayers. His fall happened so unexpectedly that I had no time to yell in the spirit realm "NO" nor pray. But, I had been praying that protection over my love ones.

Matthew 6:8
Do not be like them, for your Father knows what you need before you ask him.

God is honorable. He was right there with my son. I didn't have time to ask, but, God knew exactly what we needed and saved him from hitting his head or breaking a bone. His head came inches from hitting the edge of the step.

I praise you Father. I thank you Father that you are always there, that you know me and answer the prayer of your faithful.


Anonymous said...

Are you dissociative? It looks like you left your body when your son fell.

I'm sorry that he fell and it's funny that prayer was your point. I was thinking of prayer as I read it and *I* saw him falling in slo-mo.


Man, I'm sorry that I've experienced this with youall, but you are right. I saw the close call, too.

Isn't GOD GOOD?!

Given55 said...

Daily Spirit,

Yes. God is great. I probably did dissociate. Not really wanting to see him get hurt, I'm sure I protected myself the best I could. Thanks for your caring.