Amazing Grace

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.

Heavenly Father,

Thank you so much for loving me by surrounding me with so many good people. You are always, forever, almighty!

Ice Sunday

Ice cream George made for me. He is another God’s Grace.

6 thoughts on “Amazing Grace

  1. Kathy,
    People love you! That is why everyone (but me) is assisting in making your recuperation easier.
    I am sorry that I am getting ready for my trip and hope you understand. While I am gone, I will watch for your emails and blogs with the hope of reading good news!
    I hope you don’t mind that I showed your previous blog to Gloria Fuld. She was not aware of your hospitalization.
    Enjoy all of the wonderful attention you are getting!
    Love, Lenore

  2. Dear Kathy, Just learned of your bout with pneumonia. I’m so glad you are home. You are surrounded by the Body of Christ. May you thrive as they continue to minister to you. Love to you and George, Arlene

  3. Tears also came to my eyes when I read your blog. It’s wonderful to see Christ’s love in action. You are an inspiration to us all, Kathy. Please rest up. I will come and sweep up your crumbs soon!

    Susan xx

  4. Thank you so much for the encouraging comments!
    As Arlene said, we are bonded looking up Christ. That’s why it’s so powerful! I am learning how important to pray together, to rejoice together, to suffer together, and to help each other.
    My prayer goes for each of you!
    Thank you, again.

  5. I am saddened to hear of your hospitalization . You are so loved by all who know you. My prayers always include you and George. You are a true inspiration and role model for me. I admire your strength and courage and pray one day I will have strength too. Love you, Judy

  6. Hi Judy,
    Thank you for praying for me! The prayers are granted and I am getting better and better. I am just in awe. Yes. People love me but it’s not because I am good or nice, but because God inspired them and has sent them to me. I am so thankful that I am a part of the body of Christ, and so are you. when we look up Him as our head, we rejoice, suffer, and help each other because that’s how body functions. Despite of horrific pneumonia, my last 7 days were just amazing. I am so happy, blessed, and deeply thankful. The strength comes from God like Paul said, although we are weak, He is alrighty!

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