Weakness, adequacy, and God’s faithfulness

It’s always humbling to be at the receiving end of so many prayers. Just thirty hours after my accident with the garage door, God restored my fingers enough to go through with Sunday evening’s concert. The fingers were still a little sensitive and weak. But He made up the difference as He always does.

“My grace is all you need, for my power is greatest when you are weak.”
II Corinthians 12:9

In the end, it was a warm family time together with the church.   Formality was out, and the joy was in  sharing our imperfect lives and gifts in the fellowship of the Spirit.  Thanks for the prayers!  Tomorrow (Wednesday), I head home to Maryland for a week or so. Hope we get some snow.

3 thoughts on “Weakness, adequacy, and God’s faithfulness”

  1. I am glad you are able to visit your family in MaryLand for the holidays. I love your CD. I feel close to God when I am outside. We have beautiful sunrises and sunsets here. I think of it as God.s masterpiece to us. He paints another one every day. Your music complements the beautiful sky. I listen to it and look at the sky (thankfully I remember to look at the road too) while on the way and from work. Merry Christmas (again) and Happy New Year.

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