It has been three days since my discharge. It is difficult to ignore a pile of dirty dishes, clothes, and crumbs under the table, but right now even sitting in front of the computer for 30 minutes is like hours of marathon and I get so exhausted.
I don’t know if people found it out or not, but from the Bible study class, they are coming one after another to run errands, bring foods, wash cars, water the yard, or fix the lights outside. It is utterly stunning.
Get well wish mails and cards are also still arriving. I feel like all the people in the South Bay are praying for me.
What is this? What is going on? Why are they doing this? Because George gives the good study?
Some may say, “You deserve this.” Really? I don’t think so. This unbelievable shower of kindness is too great to explain with such an ordinary words. I believe this is God’s Grace. Amazing Grace. Pneumonia is dreadful, but God’s Grace I am experiencing is much more powerful. I get tears.
Thank you so much for loving me by surrounding me with so many good people. You are always, forever, almighty!