Well, I'm going to show you a picture that I had put on at another time, maybe about a year ago re: worshiping and glorifying and praising our Heavenly Father. I have been worshiping and praying often while driving around from our Omaha area and around parts of our nation. I'm very sad, b/c I can't drive. At a hospital in December 12, '15, it was officially dropped onto my that I can't drive. Mostly, b/c of the dementia and/or my body issues. Well, I'm still very sorrowful, b/c I can't drive. My husband and a couple friends drive me around, usually on "my" car, to the locational areas here where I can worship and pray and glorify to the Lord. Anyhow, in our house, many times a day and at night, I do my singing to the Lord. I'm usually walking for about 1/2 hour and then back home and sitting and resting. When I'm able to walk here from our home with my 2 canes, I focus on the Lord and worship and pray.
I often consider how glorifying it will be in Heaven for all of us. When I'm seeing clouds, I always smile!!! So, that's my main way to focus on the Lord. Anyhow, here's the photo again, and it's exactly what I can do. He is all that counts!!!
Thank you Joanne for sharing with us here at Tell me a Story. Your health problems have not caused you to quit worshiping Jesus and your walks are good for your body and also for your Spirit. Your photo is lovely. May God grant you strength for each day.
I'm so guilty of not always taking time every day to worship. Great reminder.
I see photos of clouds on social media often these days and it always makes me think of God's beautiful creation. Have a good day! Hugs to you.
Thanks for sharing your wonderful perspective, sister. You could have plenty of reasons to keep silent and not worship in the flesh, but the Holy Spirit is moving in your life because you've drawn nigh unto Him. Praying for you and Dave, Jo. God bless you, sister.
Your choice here to worship God day and night reminds me of the verse that God says back to us. "By day the Lord directs his love, at night his song is with me. A prayer to the God of my life."
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