Friday, February 27, 2009

What Kind of Angel?

Sometimes, our prayers are answered in mysterious ways...and often in a totally different way than I would have expected. But they are heard...and answered. My heart is overflowing with thanks, first of all for my awesome, loving Heavenly Father who I know has heard my every cry to Him these past few weeks. And God chose to answer my cries by sending us an angel! No, not in the form of a "heavenly" creature, floating around on beautiful gossimer wings. No, He sent us an angel, in the form of a school teacher. A very special, loving lady who came into our lives this past September when our son began his journey into a public school. As we shared with her the behavioral issues we're having at home with our son, she set up an amazing program wherein we will be working together as a team, to try to instill the same routines and consequences both at school and at home. I don't take for granted how blessed this family is, to have our son in the loving, capable care of a teacher, and her aid, who go far Above and Beyond the call of duty. Sometimes, God sends us gifts, but we fail to acknowledge when its His doing. God does intervene on our behalf. Half the battle is believing.The other half is receiving. esther

4 comments:

Angela said...

Called you this morning but it was busy..just wanted to let you know that God put you on my heart.

VoicingAutism said...

Thanks sis...you mean the world to me. You are honestly...one of the best friends I've ever had. Love you lots.
dove

autismfamily said...

Thanks for comment on my blog. You did an RSVP for the gluten free twitter party. The RSVP needs to be done with the twitter ID. I have no idea what that is. Can you please add another comment or sign the RSVP again with the twitter link. Thank you

My twitter id is www.twitter.com/autismfamily

VoicingAutism said...

Oops, that's ok...I didn't really mean to RSVP the gluten free twitter thing, just hit the wrong button. I will be visiting some of those other sites you had listed tho. And thank you for coming by here too. It means alot.

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