Every once in awhile I like to read old posts and I felt led to share this one again.
I wrote this over 16 years ago and decided to share it again in my blog….
I always remember the Twenty-Third Psalm was my parents’ favorite scripture. Every night they would recite it together as they prayed for their eleven children and later many grandchildren and even great-grandchildren. After Dad died, Mom continued this tradition. We always knew we were loved and lovingly prayed for. It gave us comfort and even encouragement over the years. Then after Christmas a few years ago, we were called together once again when news came that Mom had another cerebral aneurysm. Fifteen years before that she had had a successful surgery on two aneurysms and we were told then that there were several more. She could live two weeks, the surgeon said, or twenty years before another one might burst. So now, at the age of eighty-two, Mom lay in the hospital in Ottawa…
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