Update on Grandpa Ed

Hey guys! Happy Thursday! I know it’s later than I normally post, but I didn’t get home yesterday until 9 pm. I decided to sleep and write the post up later.
I know some of you are wondering how my grandpa is doing. He is slowly making progress. He is taking baby steps both literally and figuratively.
I believe he finally gets to come to home today, which is a praise. But he still needs strength. Like I said last week, this has been really hard on me. I’m quite some distance away and there is nothing I can do out here in Ohio other than call him.
I called him two nights ago and we were having a normal conversation – only thing that was different was that he was in a hospital.
This week I got a Bible verse sent to me and it really hit home.
Psalm 147: 3-5
” He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. He determines the number of the stars and calls them each by name. Great is our Lord and mighty in power; His understanding has no limit.”
My good friend Susie sent me this.
She reminded me God’s understanding has no limit. She was so encouraging to me! I was just encouraged to know that God is so powerful and all knowing that he cares for me. And it really gave me peace in this whole situation
I just wanted to leave you with that verse. I would really appreciate it if everyone could keep my grandpa in your prayers.
I loved what she said that and I challenge you this week to remember that God has no limit to anything. And He is so very powerful. I hope you can remember that this week.
Thanks for popping in,

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