It is difficult for her to sit idly by when she see things that need to be done. Because she is accustomed to doing everything she feels needs to be done, she continues to do them. I try my best to prevent that from happening because I am here to do what needs to be done. She only needs to ask.
I rejoice that she is able to do nothing and feel good about it.
Chemotherapy not only effects the body but the thinking process as well.
God is helping me with my impatience. Sometimes I need to get off my high horse and come down to a place of tranquility and a slower pace.
Melvine and I can attest to God's faithfulness through the trials and testings of life. We are blessed to have a good and loving church family. They are ever ready to help us should we call. Knowing how to allow others to minister to us is a challenge for both Melvine and me.
We stay in touch with Greg who teaches music in a middle school in Thomson. GA. He has only two days to teach this week and he will be headed for our home in Winder, GA. We miss him greatly, but we are so happy he has a teaching position and is doing what he was educated to do.
Today, my webmaster showed me a satellite photo of our home, our barn, our two above the ground gardens, pecan trees, etc. It is amazing what can be seen from outer space. More importantly, God knows where we live and sees us every moment of the day. That is why He is God. We bow down and worship Him.
We are grateful to God for a modest home that is comfortable. God has provided food and clothing and all we need.
We thank God for all of you who read Hugh's News. This is our 22nd year of producing this newsletter.
May God bless you all with a double blessing in 2019 according to Isaiah 61:7.
Remember us in prayer when you pray.
Have a blessed day.
Your friend in all seasons,
Hugh H. Morgan
Editor, Hugh's News