The purpose of MISSION 4 MONDAY is to share YOUR MISSION each week.
I am so thankful that I can participate in Mission 4 Monday. I posted my first Mission 4 Monday yesterday entitled "Trust during rough times".
While visiting Mission 4 Monday blogs, I came across Liza's Eyeview. Liza shared about her friend Emily who was hit by car last Wednesday afternoon. She was in a crosswalk, almost on the sidewalk, when a car suddenly struck her causing her to "fly" 40 to 45 feet unconscious and land on a curb!Emily suffered multiple fractures. When she first arrived at the emergency room, the initial prognosis was dim. Her case was called "severe".
I would like to request that we keep Emily and her family in prayers during this trying time. May our gracious Lord Jesus Christ preserve and restore Emily according to His mercies and grace. May He grant the Doctors and other medical professionals much wisdom to treat Emily. May our good Lord also comfort Emily's family and friends as they commit her to Him and look to Him together for Emily's preservation and restoration. God knows what is best for Emily. He is working all things for His glory, her good and the good of His beloved people even in such a time as this. May we unite our hearts in prayers and bring this family before our Heavenly Father's throne of grace as often as we can.
Liza has kindly developed a new blog for Emily called Praying For Emily". Do visit this blog for latest update and send your encouragements to this family, if you can. They need as much support as possible in this crucial time. May God continue to shower His love, mercies and comfort upon Emily, her family and friends.
Thank God for the privilege that we can pray for one another through all the changing scenes in life, knowing that God loves us and He will work His best for us. With God all things are possible. He is able to heal and restore us, or give us sufficient grace to sustain us in the afflictions and trials in life. May His will be done as we are fully assured that His will is always the best.
Thank you for praying for Emily and her family and friends!
Thanks for dropping by. Take care and have a blessed day!
"Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things, which thou knowest not." Jeremiah 33:3