How will we know when it’s time to move this beloved woman to full-time nursing care?
can’t be with her 24/7, and you can’t be sure she won’t fall or turn right and go out the door instead
of left and back to bed.
can we expect her neighbors to do what we can’t?
can we trust strangers to treat her with dignity?
up. Make friends. Pay attention. Speak up.
will we recognize the right place?
brings you peace?
will we know what to say to her?
Me for the right words.
do I quiet the voice in my head? “I should do more. Someday, this could
still and Know that I Am God.
my ears, Lord, teach me to listen.
of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never
23 They are new every morning; great is your
faithfulness. 24 I say to myself,
“The Lord is my portion; therefore
I will wait for him.”
Lamentations 3: 22-24
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