I greet you all, as you are the sparkle in God’s eye. Never allow anyone or anything to make you forget your royalty and identity in the Kingdom of God. I just felt led to remind you of who you are…
The image above is of one of my favorite figurines by Willow Tree that I have in my home. It is called, “Surrounded by Love.” I catch myself just holding it and looking at her.
Over the last five weeks, I have been recuperating, at home, from having a hysterectomy. Thankfully, because my home is a place where God and Love dwells, my healing has been swift and peaceful. I thank God that I have been able to continue working remotely from my home without having to take too much time off of work.
I’m thankful that in my home it feels like there are arms of love wrapped around me. I’m grateful that God has surrounded me with family and friends that truly do care for me.
I lift my hands to God and say, “Thank You.”
I walk through the rooms of my home, touching the walls, doors, furniture, floors, appliances and windows thanking them for their part my healing and care. I learned a long time ago that saying, “Thank You” releases so many good things into the atmosphere.
No, surgery was not fun, but it was necessary. I’m thankful that I was able to have the surgery. I’m thankful to the wonderful doctor’s, nurses, medical support staff and modern medicine that participated in my care.
I’m thankful for my husband who stood by my side, holding my hand, and some days literally almost carrying me. I thank God that the man I love knows my heart song so well. I love you, man of God.
Today, whether you need healing for your mind, body or soul, I stand with you in faith and proclaim to you that God is a Healer. I’m not telling you this because I heard it from someone else. I’m telling you that over the course of my lifetime, God has healed my body, my mind, and my soul. If he can do it for someone as unworthy as me, I know he will do it for someone as precious as you. Just ask, in faith and watch God move….
I love you with an amazing and everlasting love.
Rev. Marcia Davis