Change of plans

It was my intention this week, to begin a series on Psalm 37 and to also write about the Prodigal son. however, I have had a change of plans…

Unfortunately my father had a pretty bad fall at the weekend, and has had a stay in hospital.

I thank God his injuries were not worse, and I’m pleased to report he is now home.

It has been a tough situation on all the family, so would very much welcome your prayers at this time.

As you can imagine, I have not had much time to write! in the next few days therefore, I will share some older posts of mine and posts from fellow bloggers who I am sure you will enjoy reading.

I hope that normal life, whatever that is, will resume again shortly and I can return to my keyboard.

In the meantime, I thank God that he is indeed in control. He has watched over us as a family, and I praise him for that.

If you are going through a difficult time at the moment, I can relate! I would love the opportunity to pray for you to, so do get in touch.

Have a fabulous day, whatever you are getting up to, and keep on keeping on! don’t allow a change of plans to derail your faith, and know that Christ is always with you.

22 thoughts on “Change of plans

  1. Andy I am so sorry to read about your father’s accident, but praise God he is on the mend. I understand all too well how stressful these things can be from my own past experience with caring for my mum before she was promoted to Glory. Be assured of my prayers for all of your family at this time. 🙏

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  2. I’m so sorry to hear of your Dad’s fall, Andy. Indeed he will be in my prayers! I understand well the “change of plans”. God is using you and I pray HIS healing love surround your Dad and your entire family. God bless you!

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  3. Hi Andy, sorry to hear about your father’s fall, glad to hear he is back home but shall be praying for a full recovery and God peace upon you and family. God bless

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