Saturday, November 13, 2010

Month of Thanksgiving -- Blessing 15

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Today I thank the Lord for Joseph.  Just his very presence in my arms as a newborn was a testimony that God loved me.  According to the Word, Joseph was a reward!  God was good!

As he grew, we began to walk the confusing, blessed road of autism.  But Joseph was still a reward.  And God was still good.

God has kept our sweet, no-nonsense son to even today.  And Joseph is still a reward.  And God is still good.

Give me your heart, my son,
And let your eyes delight in my ways.
Proverbs 23:26 nasb

Thank You, Lord, for Joseph.

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  1. A post from deep within your heart--my favorite kind to read! Joseph is really a chosen blessing just for you....what a treasure!!!!! May you continue to see your very special blessing and give thanks every day.

  2. You're such a good momma. The Lord knows that it's not always easy, but He also knows that you are the perfect momma for this precious young man.

    Have a blessed day!

  3. Amen! Very close to my heart. I have a young son with Autism too. I am so thankful that God chose us to be his parents as well. He is such a precious little boy and he blesses us every day!

  4. As a mother of an autistic daughter....I know the blessings that seem to be so abundant in my life, just because she is in it!

    Your son is a wonderful gift indeed!!!


  5. Dear Christine,
    I am praising the Lord with you for this precious young man of yours. what a priceless post my dear sister!
    Sorry I haven't been around in the last couple of days; I needed a break, I also got sick, but now I am here.

  6. Yes, thank you, Lord, for Joseph! He is a wonderful man, and we are delighted to call him our friend!

    Love you too, Christine!