It’s Tieler, Brandon’s friend. I visited with Brandon this morning and told him I’d give you all an update. Brandon on Saturday night was taken to Emory Hospital. So right now, he is there getting the care he needs to get better. He’s not able to talk but is alert, and agreed I should update the blog. Both he and his mom (and their family) need our prayers. So let’s stop right now and pray:
“Father, in the name of Jesus, we ask that do what You do best; be a healer, a sustainer and a comfortor. We thank You for Your love, care and concern for us. We ask that You touch Brandon right now by your Holy Spirit, to let him know that everything will work out. Let him know how much You truly love him and that You are well pleased with his walk of faith. Lord, we don’t know what the future holds but You do. So we trust You in Your infinite wisdom. We thank you for Brandon and his ministry, his friendship and love. Heal him. Bless him. Keep him. In Jesus’s name, Amen.”
The book of Philippians encourages us to live out our faith in joy. There, the apostle Paul shows us that true joy comes from Christ who is our power and strength. Joy in suffering sounds like an impossible task. However, Paul reminds us that with Christ, in any and every situation, we can do all things (Philippians 4:13).
P.S. If you would you like to share a message or word with Brandon, please leave a comment. Or you can send an email via the Contact page. I told him that I would share them with him.