Three years ago, my husband was riding his horse and the horse’s foot caught a hole and flipped over with him still on it. He had all kinds of things messed up in his shoulder, and the doctors said that he would never have full-rotation back in his arm. During a church service, a little girl (10 years old) came up and prayed for him. Actually, she went to the back of the church, because Jimmy was running the sound system. He had been worshiping but could not raise his arm all the way up. After she prayed for him, he heard a pop in his shoulder and since that day he has had no issues with his arm. Full range of motion. Now, you can still see where the bone was displaced and his shoulder still sits lower than the other one due to the damage, but he has full functionality of his arm.
I serve a mighty God!
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Attention Little Eyes, Little Ears, Little Feet, and Little Hands! You have got quite a weight to bear. Steer me clear of trouble; seek none out. Be on guard every minute of every day, for though my heart is on the inside, y’all are my outside. What makes it past you makes it into my heart.
Little Ears, I’m reminding you today that listening to gossip is just as bad as telling gossip.
Little Eyes, I’m reminding you today that a second glance makes for more trouble than you ever thought possible.
Little Feet, don’t let go of that lamp that is leading you on the way, the straight and narrow, stray neither to the right nor to the left. Keep yourselves shod with peace.
And Little Hands! i surely haven’t forgotten you. Oh, the damage that those little hands can do. We are called to lift up HOLY hands. Keep yourselves holy! Don’t touch anyone in anger today. Don’t push buttons that you don’t need to be pushing today. Don’t pick up things that you know better than to pick. Don’t caress people that you don’t need to be caressing today. I have found that it is difficult for you to get in trouble if you are clasped in prayer. Don’t be idle today, Little Hands.
For there are even “little”er eyes, “little”er ears, “little”er feet, and “little”er hands learning from you today and every day.