April 30, 2011

I watched the Royal Wedding

Watching the Royal Wedding was great. I remember watching when Diana and Charles wed and when Diana died... Her children have grown up to be very special individuals.  She would have been proud of both her sons; I and I pray that the Price William's new wife will be happy in her marriage unlike her mother-in-law was.  It will be interesting to see how they progress with their lives and their royal duties.

I wanted to share this blogsite I just found... I really like her style.  Girl In Air.  Her tutorials are good. I enjoyed her crafts with the washers and mason jars.

I just recently place Crafty Caring Friends on Facebook (lets hope that I don't get hacked!, I hear that FB is having a problem with that).   I am just putting links I like there.

I feel a need to pray for all of you out there - right now; my heart is telling me this and I'm not sure what for... for whom; I don't know but I know you know who you are.  Please believe me - I know God knows who I am praying for... Blessings to all of you, my friends.

Dear Lord of Mercy and Father of Comfort,

You are the One I turn to for help in moments of weakness and times of need. I ask you to be with your servant in this illness. Psalm 107:20 says that you send out your Word and heal. So then, please send your healing Word to your servant. In the name of Jesus, drive out all infirmity and sickness from his body.

Dear Lord, I ask you to turn this weakness into strength, suffering into compassion, sorrow into joy, and pain into comfort for others. May your servant trust in your goodness and hope in your faithfulness, even in the middle of this suffering. Let him be filled with patience and joy in your presence as he waits for your healing touch.

Please restore your servant to full health, dear Father. Remove all fear and doubt from his heart by the power of your Holy Spirit, and may you, Lord, be glorified through his life.

As you heal and renew your servant, Lord, may he bless and praise you. All of this I pray in the name of Jesus Christ.


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Remember we need to take care of our mind, body, and soul...

I struggle with self-image issues and obesity, depression, anxiety and pain so these prayers are for you and for me too.  XOXO

Thank You, God, for the body You have given me. Most of the time I take my health for granted. I forget how fortunate I am to live without pain or disability, how blessed I am to be able to see and hear and walk and eat. I forget that this body of mine, with all its imperfections is a gift from You.

When I am critical of my appearance, remind me, God, that I am created in Your holy image. If I become jealous of someone else’s appearance, teach me to treasure my unique form.

Help me, God, to care for my body. Teach me to refrain from any action that will bring harm to me. If I fall prey to a self-destructive habit, fill me with the strength to conquer my cravings.

Lead me to use my body wisely, God. Guide my every limb, God, to perform acts of compassion and kindness.

I thank You, God, for creating me as I am. Amen.

'till next time,


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