Monday, January 25, 2010

Are You Exhausted?


****Update on Allie: Her platelet count is 80,000. Up from 41,000 yesterday. Which was up from 16,000 the day before! Thank You, Jesus! And thanks to each of YOU for praying!
Karen

7 comments:

gianna said...

Gee-anna! i saw the title and was like "that's MY question!" i gotta run to be weith my superstars! thank you soooo much!

Irritable Mother said...

Gianna - Gee-anna. Got it. Sorry I said it wrong! *blush*
Hope you have a great day with the superstars!

God's girl said...

My computer is too slow to watch your video *sniff*sniff*, but I am so glad you think I'm a "cool dork" :D You Rock Karen! LOL (You need to hurry and write another book, so I can totally order one from your website again and comment in every box! :D) Love ya! Heav

LisaShaw said...

Karen, this is a powerful message. I know you made it for "Mothers" as they are exhausted from the aspect of parenting but truly I can and am taking in this message on all levels. I needed it tonight. I love you.

Irritable Mother said...

Heaven - I'm sorry your computer is too slow. *pouty face*
And about the next book, don't know when that's going to happen. Waiting for God's lead on that. But I eagerly anticipate you filling up the instruction boxes with your funny comments. *grin*

Lisa - Thank you. Yes, I come from a mother's perspective and often think of moms as I'm speaking, but I am so thankful God can translate the message directly to the heart needs of each person listening. That has often been a wonder of mine when I am at a women's event, - How can God speak to so many individuals, meeting their individual needs through the same speaker?
But He does it. He is big enough. He is able!
Love you!

Angie Muresan said...

What a wonderful message Karen. I have been feeling so exhausted lately too. Just like you, getting in bed and crying out to Him.
Happy to hear Allie is getting better!

Edie said...

I'm SO thrilled to hear that Allie's platelet count is rising. Yay God!

I'm glad that He never gets exhausted and never slumbers and can hold us when we are exhausted.