Thursday, March 25, 2010

Her house Her rules

This verse is definitely talking about Rosemary a very close & dear friend of mine. Even tho she has moved quite far because of circumstances beyond her control, we both know we're only as far as a phone call.
The Lord has given her patience beyond anything I have ever seen, and she really does not have any idle time. 
Her husband is very sick and she cares for him at home, takes him to doctor appointments and if need be to the hospital.  The Lord has healed him many times and sent him home.
She is mother of five children who are all grown adults with families of their own. She has custody of eight grandchildren and raising them as her own. This was a decision she made because she didn't want any of her grandchildren to be separated or to become wards of the state and enter into the foster system. 
These kids are all well mannered and obedient, they do not sass or talk back. Of course they act like normal kids ranging in age from 3 to 16 yrs old now and then but she has them in check. She has taken in her niece's two kids, a 9 year old girl and a 3 month old baby boy. I was speechless when she told me this but she did it for the same reason, they were going to become wards of  the state. She always puts these kids before herself and makes sure they do not need or lack anything.
Rosemary takes her grandchildren to church and makes sure that they are involved in youth services and Sunday School. Daily the Lord supplies her every need and gives her strength to endure the everyday issues.
Those of us who complain because we don't have should listen to Rosemary tell some of the miracles that God provides for her family, they would be amazed.

God Bless You Always Rosemary   ♥

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