Thursday, June 03, 2010

I'm so thankful that prayers are "FREE"

Last night I was thinking that, "I'm sure glad prayers are free, because I sure have been asking for a lot of them lately" and once again today Luke has two very important appointments at 9:00 we would love to hear some good news about his muscle tone issues and at 10:30 it would be wonderful to hear that God has worked a miracle in his lungs. I KNOW NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE WITH GOD!

I have been battling with some doubt lately and would appreciate some prayers that GOD would give me victory in this area of my life. I know that God is able to do all things through faith, but sometimes I get tired and doubt begins to overtake my faith. Today once again I humbly ask you to lift both Luke and I up in your prayers, for I know you have a strong faith and truly do believe that your prayers will carry us through another long day of medical appointments. I am thankful in advance for your faithfulness to keep us in your prayers, you really do keep us strong!

Love in Christ,
Luke's Mommy Sue

PS Thank you for your prayers for Luke's EEG, everything went smoothly during his Hospitalization. I will write more about that later when I get home from his appointments today.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Continuing to pray.
Love the Burkharts

annie said...

Hey Sue,
I agree! so glad prayers are free! So thankful to know God is listening, because I know how repetitive I can be :)... I'm sending prayers your way this morning. Lord, we believe, forgive us our unbelief. The enemy seems to always have that way of whispering in our ear just what we fear most, but God is bigger and His love and power are far above all that we see or hear. So thankful that we have the authority over the enemy and can stand firm in what we know that we know is true. Love you. Hope your day is blessed.

Nicole said...

Glad to realise how lucky we are that prayers are free...
Praying for all of you!

Celeste said...

So right, prayers are free and can be sent up 24/7.

Rachael said...

Hey Sue,
I have a friend who lost her seven year old son to a drowning accident on Saturday night. Are there any charities that help people like Luke who have survived? There are a bunch of us who want to do something in Ethan's name.

Shauna Quintero said...

I'm praying for your boy, Luke! I know what it is to have doubt and I know what it is to have faith. It can be such a struggle! But you are right, God will intervene. And through God, ANYTHING is possible.

Lynne in CT said...

It's been over a month since your last update... Wondering how Luke is doing!! Hope you are all doing well.

Kate said...

Hi, Suzi - is everything OK? I'm hoping you are just busy and that Luke is doing all right. We check in on you all several times a week and pray for you.
Blessings,
Kate

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