Meanwhile, at the other isolation ward, home, B & A listened to audio books all day. Moli whiled away the illness watching DVD's. Now they're hooting with laughter at Home Alone! (kinda ironic...)
We're indebted to friends and family for support at this time especially. Auntie Sarah brought us 'The best sponge in the world', which she'd made earlier, and walked the dog; Auntie Helen brought us a complete evening meal (the lasagne had to go in the freezer because none of us have appetites!). Auntie Ruth brought us a lake of coke and I would never have believed how easy it is to get kids to drink that instead of water.
This morning I came across another revival promise and have added it to my list. It's
Ps 18: 50 Great deliverance giveth he to his king; and sheweth mercy to his anointed, to David, and to his seed for evermore.There are two clauses which link this with us today:
- As believers, we count ourselves amongst the spiritual seed of Great David's Greater Son
- 'for evermore' must include the current and future days
Pads was sick again while Ally was on the phone to me earlier - not very impressed to have been alone but has consented fully to her coming home for a visit - she's up getting the washing sorted out!