Sunday, 1 July 2012


This  week  I  received   2   financial set backs.
My  laptop had  to  be  fixed, its  keypad
stopped  functioning and  I    was offline   for  3  days.
At  10  PM  tonight  I got it   back  from 
the  repair  shop.
Last  night  my  doggie  Sheeba   chewed  up  my
hearing  aid.
Now  Sheeba  is  a  very  sweet dog  and   she
has  never  committed  a destructive  act-
{except  when  she  was  a   puppy).
But  last  night  after her  dinner,
( she     not  hungry or  anything)
the  four  footed  lady  grabbed  my  hearing  aid  off 
a   table  I   had put  it on
and  chewed  it  to  bits.
While  I  was   hunting  for  it  all  over  the  house.
It  was  too  late   when  I   discovered  it  between  her  paws.
My   hearing  aid  is  a  necessity,  I  can 't   do  without  it.
So  this  morning I  bought   another  one.
It  is  very  expensive  and  I  was  not  happy
as  you  can  imagine.
But  its   something I  can 't   do  without.
I  couldn 't  say  anything  to  Sheeba either,
a playful  animal.
But  when I  was  down  in  the  dumps  I  opened the  Bible,
and  read  a  lot  of  promises   found  in  there.
James  1;2 -4
Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters,[whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance. Let perseverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything.


What   a comfort!
This  is  a  photo  of   the  moon  I  took  last  Sunday.


10 Fertilize my soul:

Prekmurska Gibanica said...

Our animals are very clever, but their "games" sometimes isn't good for us. My Berta for example likes steal food. So I must be very carefull and not leave any food in empty room with her.

David C Brown said...

Whatever would we deafies have done before hearing aids were invented? And I sometimes take my glasses off and think what it must have been when no one had invented them.
But we get grace in the trials great and small.

Terra said...

You found the right Scripture to comfort you. What a naughty doggie, but still, we do love our dogs and cats even when they act up. Of course Jesus loves us in the same forgiving way :)

Felisol said...

Dear Amrita,
It is hard to go through life without financial back up.
Our Father knows what we need, and Jesus told us to look at the lilies on the field.
walking on faith isn't easy. I have had to do it my way, so I know a little something about it.
However you are working for God with your time and life every day. He cannot let you down.
Yours Felisol

Mark said...

May God provide for you unexpectedly and abundantly this week.

Amrita said...

God bless you my dear friends. God is good to me

Amrita said...

God bless you my dear friends. God is good to me

Ash said...

I love your spirit, Amrita. You're such an inspiration!

Crown of Beauty said...

...mature and complete, not lacking in anything! God bless you, dear friend. You will never be in lack.


Just Be Real said...

Awww so sorry for the mishaps. Blessings to you Amrita.