Friday, October 24, 2008

Food for Friday.... guess not!

My plans for today were to post a recipe... it's a rainy day here in Indy and a good fall recipe was something I wanted to share. Something cozy and comforting.

Well we all know how plans can change and change they did! The recipe will wait! Many times when I am reading the LPM blog I will click on a poster's name and visit their blog. I do believe many times it's Spirit led. Today definitely was Spirit led, and when I got to this gal's blog I felt the need to share her story and ask you to pray for her. She's a soldier's wife living in Germany while her husband serves in Iraq. She is a mother who has suffered heartache and happiness all at the same time. She is a Christian sister that today I ask you to prayer for.

Her name is Christy, and to me represents the spouse of a soldier who shares her heart. Please read her story here Lift her, her husband, her family, our country in prayer!


7 comments:

Christy said...

Wow, thank you so much. Isn't God just amazing how he leads us to people. Thank you for coming and visiting my blog, but most of all for praying for me and my family and most of all my husband!!!!

Kelley said...

I will head right over to Christy's blog, thanks for the link. I did post a recipe today (at least a link to one) so if you are in the mood to try something new come and visit!!

Enjoy your weekend, I hope you will see a little sunshine....

On Purpose said...

Thank you for encouraging us to spread the love of Jesus today!

Christy said...

I appreciate so much that you encourage us to pray for one another. I will visit her blog and rad her story so I will know how to pray.

Thanks for the birthday wishes too by the way:)

Have a wonderful weekend. Enjoy those Pumpkin Whoopie Pies!

Amy said...

What a touching post, Kristen. I will pray for her and her family.

God Bless,
Amy:)

Ang baylis said...

I will go visit her right after I post this comment. Any friend that touches you will no doubt touch me! I'll pray for them and for you to get special blessings for asking us to pray for her! I'll be back to read your recipe. It can wait!
You are so sweet!
Love,
Angie xoxo

p.s. It's gray and gloomy here in Michigan and cold, too!

Cindy said...

I just visited Christy's blog. What a special young lady we have the privilege of praying for.
Thank you for sharing her with us.
Cindy