Amen!

How could I hide this joy inside of me
Amazing grace, oh Lord, how can it be
Every day of my life, I want the world to see
I can’t get over what You’ve done for me
You got me singing like

Amen, Amen, Amen, Ohhh Amen!

– Micah Tyler’s song Amen

If you have read my blog this week it goes like this…

Tuesday: Well-Visit for my daughter where the doctor says she has scoliosis and we are sent for x-rays. I read that gymnastics and trampoline are out for kids who have scoliosis and I am down and out. Hurting. My daughter was just diagnosed with Celiac disease in the past month and has had to go gluten-free and dairy-free and the thought of her having to give up her favorite sport is crushing to me.

Wednesday: I ask for prayer. To anyone who will pray. I ask for friends to add their faith to mine because my faith is weak. We are praying for the x-ray to come back showing no signs of scoliosis, but I am doubting. I need others to carry me and I am so thankful for the support system that I have. You can read it here.

Thursday morning: I awake refreshed. Nothing has changed, but I am reminded of God’s goodness and his bigger picture and that no matter what happens, we will get through it with His help. You can read this post here.

Later Thursday morning: The call comes. Her spine is curved at a degree of… two. Two Degrees. Friends, that doesn’t even qualify for a diagnosis of scoliosis!!! It’s so minor! The doctor said absolutely no limitations!

Ahhhh, God is so good.

Day after day, time after time. Despite my weakness, my questioning, my doubting. When I feel strong, when I fall down, when I pray my heart out, when I’m so weak I call on others to add their prayers to mine because I feel I just can’t. Despite it all, God is so good.

Thank you, Jesus, for this answer to prayer. Thank you that my daughter does not have to give up her passion for gymnastics, trampoline, and tumbling. Thank you for hearing our prayers, for placing people in my life who will pray with me, add their faith to mine, who remind me that I am not alone. Thank you, Jesus, that You, most of all, are always there for me. Thank you!

How could I hide this joy inside of me
Amazing grace, oh Lord, how can it be
Every day of my life, I want the world to see
I can’t get over what You’ve done for me
You got me singing like

Amen, Amen, Amen, Oh amen

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