RECOVERY FOR STROKE VICTIMS a prayerful plan essay

By Richard L. Provencher On August 26, 1999 and without warning, my life changed dramatically. A stroke seemed to move like a dragon, raced across the sky and attacked me, rendering me mute and comatose for approximately 45 minutes. Two hospitals later, I was diagnosed as having a possible leaking aneurysm. My recovery plan brought [...]

BACK THEN… re: a stroke attack essay

By Richard L. Provencher Tuesday, August 24, 1999, 9 PM was a day, which would be embedded in my life forever. Approximately two weeks before, I was a proud and stalwart person. At that time I paddled around Lake Mattatall, north of Truro, Nova Scotia for seven straight hours. Canoeing was one of my favorite [...]

Expect a Miracle

By Rick King Years ago I spent some time chatting on the internet. I met a young gal that I became a close friend with for a time. One day she told me that she was to go into the hospital the next day for cancer surgery. She had lumps in her breasts. This is [...]

No Uncertain Trembling

By Marijo Phelps Again, I will be with your mouth and teach you what you shall say. Fret not, it is I who accomplishes and who knows which song will bring response in a given life. My children are my instruments, not of discord but of harmony. Allow me to play you for Jesus’ glorification [...]

Faithfulness

By Robert Totman I had been bringing specific financial burdens to the Lord for days; seemingly days on end. I perceived the Lord’s reply was along the lines of, “Don’t worry about it. I will take care of it for you.” Day after day I labored to abide in His direction, “Trust Me. …

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