Friday after I got off work I went and picked my buddy Corey up and we went out to a friends farm to help him set some posts for a new corral. It was a good time. Saturday I got up, went and got Corey and we went back out their until about noon or so. It is coming along nicely and I can see the joy in Ronnie’s heart. He is getting this done with a smile on his face. That is a true blessing.
When we finished their we came back to my house and I got the opportunity to mow my yard, and Corey rake the burn pile and made it look real nice. After we finished all of these tasks the Lord put it on my heart to go to the nursing home here in Richmond. I was led by the Holy Spirit all the way. I thank Corey for coming along for the support and encouragement. We got to pray and sing some songs for the residents.
Thank you Corey, I know you truly are a humble man, and I know that the Lord is using you in a great way. You are a faithful, loving servant for the Lord Jesus Christ and that is most admirable. I pray to God that he blesses you and your family beyond your imagination. Keep up the good work SOLDIER!
For those of you who don’t know my pops went home to the Lord in 2007 while I was in prison. He contracted Lou Gherig’s disease and it took him out quickly, I thank God he is no longer suffering. The crazy thing about it is that when I got home all of my family was present. I told them what I did and they said the man I prayed for was Ed Carpenter, he has Lou Gherig’s disease. My heart was racing, I thought wow! The Lord just gave me a revelation about what my dad went through. All I can say is thank you Lord. I say this because I have been wondering for so long what it was like for my dad, and to know what he was up against. Now I know, and I know with no doubt that our God will heal the man, brother Ed at the nursing home.
All of my family was here and we enjoyed a BBQ and good conversation. I was alot of fun. I don’t remember the last time anything like this happened. I know for fact it was all God. I give him all of the Glory.
Pray for my sister Deanna. She was a CNA in Garnett, she recently moved to Neodeshea down south. She is a CNA down their now and things are truly different. Pray that she knows God sent her there for a reason because she is a truly compassionate woman. Pray that he gives her the courage to make that stand to be a good example for those who are around and just make it a better place for the residents. Give her the strength and direction that she needs. 1 Corinthians 13:13- There are three things that will endure–faith, hope, and love–and the greatest of these is love.
God bless you all from SPIRIT Ministries