Yuletide tidings have turned. I ask for your prayers today.
A member of my family in every sense of the word is in a hospital here in Arizona. Rushed via ambulance with non-twinkling lights early on Christmas Day. Today, we are now waiting to hear.
Several months ago this “member of my family’s” body was crushed and torn during a head-on automobile collision on the other side of our country. Having just left his new home on a crisp colored fall day, he was hit head-on. Driving to his new job in a new town for a fresh start, he held out hope for what was ahead. The radio sung softly, excitement thumped in his chest, and a smile slid across his face. Within seconds a car crossed the center line changing his life forever.
Let’s remember the poor, the sick and the needy this holiday season. The homeless, those who are less fortunate and the forgotten too. Others who have lost families or loved ones, and the man on the street.
May God bless and keep you close to His heart. Please heal your wounds, free your pain, and bring you back to family who worry and wait your return.