Regrettably, I have not been able to post consistently, because I have been suffering from issues related to Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome/RSD. When I began the Wednesday Worship Sessions on the blog back in February 2012, my greatest fear was that I would not be consistent, because of suffering from flare ups of this syndrome. However, the Lord brought me through, and thankfully I missed only a few Wednesday Worship Sessions last year. I’ve been struggling with almost continuous flaring since before Christmas. It is an uphill journey, but one that I am taking with the Lord guiding every step of the way. He has never forsaken me, and I give Him the glory and the praise! If it is the Lord’s will, I will be continuing the worship sessions! The participation of worshipers from near and far make the worship sessions all they can be, to the glory of God! After all, it’s all about Him! I’ve been blessed during these sessions, to worship with true worshipers, those who love the Lord with all their hearts; those who worship Him in spirit and in truth! To those who participate, and to those who click the “like” button, I am truly grateful! Thank you so much! As I move forward, according to the leading of the Lord, I invite you to join us, as we lift Jesus up!
The flare ups are very unpredictable. Any number of triggers can result in a flare, including doing absolutely nothing to induce an episode. Presently, my time on the computer is limited. I will visit my favorite blogs, as time permits. I have not forgotten about you. It has been very difficult, but I’m so glad that I have not lost my praise! Praise is what I do, and it is who I am. Remember: In the good times, bless His name. In the bad times, do the same. In everything, give the King of Kings all the praise! “And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.” (Romans 8:28) Won’t you pause for just a few moments right now on this Worship Wednesday, to give the LORD a mighty praise for His wondrous works, and for the abundance of His blessings overflowing in your life? He’s worthy! Enjoy His presence! 🙂