Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Word Filled Wednesday





Psalm 28:7 -
The LORD is my strength and my shield; my heart trusted in him, and I am helped: therefore my heart greatly rejoiceth; and with my song will I praise him.

I have used this verse before, but I thought it was appropriate for me now at Thanksgiving. I just spent a day and night in the hospital when my heart went out of rhythm again. I had a wonderful view of the sky and everything. The clouds were so beautiful, and I kept talking about God's handiwork. I found a preacher I like on TV, and awhile after he prayed, my heart went back into normal rhythm. Thank the Lord I could come home today. I do have to take a stronger medicine. Happy Thanksgiving to all my friends.

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13 comments:

Karen said...

Cathy, we had like minds today for the scripture...praying that your heart rhythm will stay constant...my mom and MIL both have this same type problem...hope you enjoy a joyous Thanksgiving!

RCUBEs said...

So glad you're okay now...And even gladder to know that you're home for Thanksgiving. The Lord is our strength! Amen!
Happy Thanksgiving to you sister and praying that the medication will work well for that precious heart of yours.God bless.

Susan said...

Hi Cathy,

Oh, I'm so glad you are "OK"!!

What a neat testimony, truly when God sent HIS WORD they were healed!

Blessings to you this Thanksgiving♥

Beverly said...

I'm so glad you are feeling better now, Cathy. I just wanted to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. Lots of love from our family to yours.

Peggy said...

Blessings Cathy and welcome home,
Happy Thanksgiving! I was concerned about you since Sat. & prayed but now I know why. I'll continue to pray that God keep your heart according to His perfect rhythm!!! Praying the meds work right and you can rest!
Indeed He is your strength & your shield! (Ours)so now as your heart trusts Him & He helps you, I know your heart rejoices & you are singing a song of praise! Take it easy! Sky watching sounds great...
to rest & watch His handiwork as the clouds part & His Son shines!

Love you, sending hugs & prayers & get well wishes of slowly pacing a total recovery & recuperation. Rest my sister & enJOY peace! Love this verse from Psalms & of course the blue sky even with the clouds!
:)Clouds bring the wonder & diversity amidst His blue!

Hope someone is there for you that can do the Thanksgiving feast so you don't overdo it! EnJOY!

Andrea said...

Thankful you are doing well. Hope you have a wonderfully blessed Thanksgiving! Take it easy and enjoy your day.
Blessings, andrea

Debbie said...

Oh Cathy, I'm so sorry to read this news about you spending that time in the hospital. I wish I lived nearby and could be your cardiac nurse.

I wanted to stop by to wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving Day. But I'll also be praying that your heart rhythm would be fully stabilized and not cause you further problems.

Hugs and love,
Debbie

Lori said...

Hello Cathy. Glad you got to come home. So sorry you have been under the weather. I will be praying for you and hoping that your new medicine works. My mother-in-law has problems with her heart, so I know how hard and how exhausting this can make you feel. God is Good......All the time as my pastor says a lot!! I hope you have a very Happy Thanksgiving and God bless you.

Maxine said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Cathy. Now you take care of yourself and get the rest you need.

Kaye Swain said...

Hi Cathy, I'm so glad to hear you're doing better! Thank you for the lovely verse and photo. Definitely wonderful words of encouragement! Have a blessed Thanksgiving. :)

Denise said...

So glad your home, asking God to watch over your heart sweetie. I love you.

Joan said...

I love seeing the beauty and majesty of God in His, handiwork. Beautiful picture and verse.

Glad to know you are feeling better - I pray that your heart rhythm remains normal.

I hope you had a blessed Thanksgiving.

Alicia, The Snowflake said...

Oh what a beautiful WFW! I'm glad to hear your heart went back to normal. I pray you are now feeling better and that you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Thanks for always being a great source of encouragement!