Feb 18, 2007

Bring him back, Jesus


Every time I visit Ian, now, I tell him about the addition we're planning and building onto our house that will be big enough to accomodate him. Each time, trusting that he can hear me, I want him to be reminded of our love for him and of our desire to have him home. Each time I tell him we want him back. Thank you to all who are helping us with it. Thank you to all of you who pray. Jesus, please bring him back to us.

Steve

6 comments:

Ellen T said...

AMEN!
God is at work and graciously hears our prayers.

TimKurtz said...

Steve, I continue to pray with you for Ian. -tim

Anonymous said...

"There is more of God to be had in times of suffering than at any other time". Would that God had not allowed this suffering...yet your response allows us to see what preserves you all through each moment. Knowing that there are many moments of overwhelming sadness, I see you pressing in to see God overall. May God bless you and heal Ian completely, soon. GLA

Anonymous said...

MURPHY FAMILY AND LARISSA

I HAVE YOU IN MY DAILY PRAYERS AND I PRAY THAT EACH DAY >>>IS A BETTER DAY**-- I PRAY FOR STRENGTH FOR EACH OF YOU--YOU ARE TRULY WONDERFUL LOVING PEOPLE--GOD LOVES YOU --
and hears you ~~~~~ there are many people asking for GOD’S BLESSINGS

Daniel said...

Reading about Ian, his slow recovery and the powerful faith of those around him has really opened my eyes in a lot of ways.

In the end we'll all be together, whole and happy with the Lord. In the meantime, we trust and have faith - and it is rewarded.

It may be a long road, but I feel certain Ian will be up and around. There have already been a string of miracles. Before you know it, he'll be sitting up and talking - and wondering what all the fuss was about.

Hang in their Ian!! You'll make it. It's only the journey to recovery that is a real pain in the neck. You'll make it!

Phyl Halseth said...

Every time I read Ians progress, I think back to my owns son,Harley,s recovery. No doctor would or could say he would come back and be whole, but God knew.
I pray for Ian and your family every day, Prayer DOES work. God does love us and He knows best.
Hang in there, Ian, you will be back...
Phyl, in Yuma Az.