Prayer A Sunday Scripture by (in)courage • Jan 8, 2012 • 9 Comments • 0Shares Download Share How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news, who proclaim peace, who bring good tidings, who proclaim salvation, who say to Zion, “Your God reigns!” ~ Isaiah 52:7. Leave a Comment
Charina @ Pondered Thoughts says
Love this scripture and picture.
Johnna Fussell says
Here I am on Sunday morning feeling sorry for myself. My husband has always been very controlling and now he has become the controllee and I am the controller. But it doesn’t work that way. Now he is handicapped to the point where he cannot move from place to place without my help. This has just happened in the past two months and we are adjusting to it.
First let me say God is in control of my life and when DH asks for help, I am his helpmeet according to God’s word. BUT, he is about to wear me out. I know God gives me strength and I am not complaining about the lifting him with the gait belt which has given me a sore back, elbow, knee and shoulder. No, I am concerned about his controlling nature and his demands for me to do everything on his schedule. Not only his routine, but mine as well.
I am in a rebeling stage and that is sin. My God will show me a way to get through this new place in my life if I allow him to. I know he is trying to teach me something. I just have to remember My God Reigns.
Johnna Fussell says
Oh I just forgot to say. He says we are not going to church today because he can’t make it. I cannot leave him alone, but I can watch something inspiring on TV or the computer.
Beth Williams says
Praying for healing for the two of you. Praying that God will do a work in DHs heart to soften it & make him realize who is truly in control!
As we surrender our hurts to God, He will lovingly enfold us. Keep your eyes fixed on Him and He will lift you up moment by moment.
Can’t help but smile about today’s verse. Just got home from the hospital broken foot!
Thank you for this verse, it is one of my favorites!
Barbie Swihart says
Love the verse and the picture!