Each and every instrument makes a beautiful sound. A collection of instruments playing together makes a beautiful concert. Individual prayers are like instruments delivering sweet sounds to the ear of God. Collective prayers present a whole concert to Him. Dear family and friends, please join me as I join the blogosphere of pray-ers storming the gates of heaven, asking God to touch and heal Susan of cancer. Click here to join those who will be praying a novena for nine days (nights) in a row, January 31st to February 8th from 8 to 9pm. And if that’s not your preferred style of praying, please, please, beseech God in any way comfortable to you on Susan’s behalf — especially during the same days and hours as our Catholic sisters. Our prayers together will make a beautiful concert, a sweet sound on behalf of a sweet sister.
To get to know Susan, read the lovely post about her at http://wrecklamation.blogspot.com/2011/01/fighting-together-with-prayer.html or click the link to her blog, Toddler Planet, or click the Lego princess/warrior in the left sidebar.
Oh, I just can’t help myself… in case you’re not the clicking type here is part of Wrecklamation’s blog post honoring Susan — In my posting on Lymphedema Sleeves, I talked about my friend, Susan Niebur aka Whymommy, who is currently participating in a clinical trial to battle a locally metastatic cancer, her fourth cancer in as many years. Susan is an amazing person. She shines with love. She radiates joy. She makes you want to be a better person. In the short time she has been part of our church community, she has drawn so many people to her, just like moths to a flame. It might be her cheery smile and her ability to see the goodness in life; it might be her obvious love for her husband and children; it might be her wit, her intelligence, her kindness, her gentleness. I’m not sure.