- The amazing story of the 13 becoming Catholic!
- Our marriage stories - "The world needs LIGHTS!"
- John's cancer stories
- Now the stories of John's 4 sisters...Ruth, Nancy, Maria, and Susan/Little Sister Hallel!
- Susan Angela Agnes/Little Sister Hallel - the story of a Call
- The story of little Lamb - grandson Patrick
Monday, January 30, 2017
"they went about in skins of sheep or goats, needy, afflicted, tormented..." Hebrews 11
I just had to run to a neighboring town to get some vaccines for the cattle, and no radio on just the beads passing through the fingers of this "needy, afflicted, tormented" person facing so many decisions and very shaky in my abilities. I feel the peace settle over and around me in my chapel on wheels. I ask the Lord to give me what I need to get through this rough patch of house full of little ones all day and endless remodeling of bathrooms!
When we shared morning prayer this morning John mentioned that it was good to hear Jesus tell this man, of whom he had cast out "Legion/there are many of us" to announce to his family and all what had happened to him... "Go home to your family and announce to them all that the Lord in his pity has done for you." Yes, I need to take a deep breath and throw off my skins and get presentable and get into my right mind and share with my family all that the Lord has done for me in his pity. I need to take one step at a time and realize that I can learn and do this.
Jesus, I am a mess and I know that this will pass and that I need only to look to you and Trust. Jesus, I do trust in you. Bless-bless, Barb
About 4 decades on the road and now for the 6 more!
Too busy to blog yesterday... something is wrong about Sundays being that way, but this too will pass!
Yes!!! On our trip I was able to share with Pat the revelation of the words of the Gospel suddenly making so much sense... "To those who have more, more will be given them..." The more children we have the more love we are given. It grows more and more and not stretched more and more thin! Yes, how can we say there are too many children? They are the most beautiful bed of flowers in our homes! This would have been a better topic today to write about, right?
I think Facebook is telling me something I already know!