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Some days you just put one foot in front of the other, and keep going...

The trip to Jacksonville went very fast yesterday because I was with such good friends. (Tammy and Tina)  However,  I am not feeling well AT ALL and ask for anyone reading this today to PLEASE pray for me.  Last night my only thought when I was feeling so poorly was, "how am I going to get up and speak THREE times tomorrow if I don't feel better?"  Thank heavens I have such good friends with me who not only prayed powerful prayers for me, but they helped me in other very practical ways as well.   Normally I'm very talkative and really enjoy times out with my friends laughing to the top of our lungs and stuff like that,  but last night I was so out of it, they could all tell I was just not myself.  We went to Longhorn Steakhouse to eat and the first half of the evening I probably didn't say two words.  Tammy was so good to sit there and rub my back and Tina just spoke life into me.  What friends.  I am so blessed, I cannot even describe it it adequately.

I know the enemy really doesn't want me bringing this message today on the Hope Tour, nor going forward in any area of my life and he's fighting terribly right now.  There's so much at stake spiritually right now in so many areas of my life and those I'm ministering to, and God has opened up so many doors.  To walk through them I need to be at my best.   I had a doctor's appointment scheduled for this coming Friday, however at the urging of my friends I called yesterday moved it up to Monday.  It would just be peachy keen if God would heal me, though.  :)

Thanks for believing and I'll update tomorrow, God willing, however it might be later tomorrow night after I've gotten some rest.

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