Monday, 30 March 2009

For Terry


Dearest TERRY
is going to have pace maker surgery
tomorrow March 31st.
It will be morning in Toronto.

Terry these lilies are blooming
in my garden just for you.

Please uphold her before the
Throne of Grace.
Here is a song for Terry
His Eye Is On the Sparrow and I know He Watches Me


23 Fertilize my soul:

Felisol said...

Dear Amrita,
thank you for the music ..and the prayers.
From Felisol

sherri said...

I will add her to my prayer list.

Amrita said...

Thank you Felisol and Sherri.

Paresh Palicha said...

May God be with Her.

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

Surgery sure is scary. What a nice post, Amrita. Those lilies are gorgeous.

Rosemary said...

I know she will be in good hands, and what a good friend you are to her.

Your lilies are wonderful, I can only imagine how great they smell.

nannykim said...

I have lifted her in prayer and the song was awesome!

Pat said...

I watched the video with tears streaming down my face!
I know He is watching over Terry, He loves His precious child and will be with her as she goes through this surgery!

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

I will surely pray for Terry that God will heal her and guide the hands of the surgeons who will operate on her. By the stripes of Jesus she is healed. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Amrita,
I took the liberty to repost your article at my Random Thoughts blog for our dear mutual friend- Terry. Thanks and God bless us all.

Ash said...

I will keep Terry in my prayers...

krystyna said...

Terry ia in my thoughts and prayers!

God bless you Armita!

Van said...

How exciting to participate in technology created by man used by God to glorify Him and pray for one another.

Femin Susan said...

terry will always be there in my prayers.

Pia said...

prayed for her and here's believing for a successful surgery, healing and fast recovery for terry.

Connie said...

Saying prayers for your dear friend Terry today.

Amrita said...

Dear friends thank you for praying for Terry. Her operation was successful and she is at home resting and recovering. Praise God.

heiresschild said...

hi Mel,

i pray Terry's operation was a successful one.

just wondering how you're doing. i received 2 emails from you today, and was wondering if they're legit.

Preetilata【ツ】 said...

i pray from the bottom of my heart mel.

Amrita said...

Thank you Kystyna, Van, heiresschild,feminsusan and preetilate, for visiting my blog. Your blogs are truly inspirational and uplightihg. All of you are so creative.

Susan I love your vegetable art.

Bluebirdy said...

You are so famous in the blogging world now! lol. How did Terrys sugery go? I read all your posts about the garden and the flowers and foods that seem so exotic to me, except I knew what potatoes and cucumbers are. The Joshua's rod story is so very interesting! I don't remember that story in the Bible. Hugs and blessings to you, my spiritt sister!!
Sheila

Bluebirdy said...

Oh, now I see that you commented that she is fine. That's great. It's a small operation (If there is such a thing as SMALL operation). I was supposed to get a pacemaker last year, and Canada decided that they would not spend so much money on me, because I am just a person on disabiity not contributing to society! (Canada's health care is run by the gov't.) I was given 1 year to live, which I passed last July. I certainly AM a contributing member of society, but I contribute more than just earning a living. I'm glad Terry was not denied a pacemaker. I think I would feel so much better if I could get one. I even considered going to a hospital in India that caters to USA and Canadian patients who want procedures cheaper and faster than we can get here, but was too sick to travel.
Does Terry also have a blog? Where can I find it?
Blessings,
Sheila

Patti said...

Oh my, I love this song, Amrita. I have a friend who sings it beautifully. She has the voice of an angel, and never had any training. I wish she could sing for a living!

God bless your friend Terry.

P.S. You mentioned a feast last week - I must say I never heard of Scotch eggs! and I am part Scottish.