Wednesday, May 27, 2009

The Blog Phenom

I am absorbed into a world of of lives of people I've never met. My prayers have expounded by leaps and bounds as I read and meet each new "person". I've cried tears for folks I've never seen face to face. I read about their lives wanting to reach out and touch or give them a hug, but all I can offer is a prayer.

I've also been blessed beyond measure. Inspired by faith of many. Found comfort in the words of others. Reassurance from those walking the same road. God's peace from the prayers of others who have found my blogs.

I'm immersed in the blog phenom. I'm thankful for what I learn and experience through it.

I pray I may be a blessing to others. That my faith my touch another or lead them to a personal relationship with the Lord.

7 comments:

The VW's said...

Isn't it amazing how caught up you can become in the lives of others that you have never even met?! I really don't think that I could cope as well if I didn't have this support that I have through blogging! It has also become a hardship too. I feel so much for those that I read about and wish that I could help them more!

I am so glad to have 'met' you and your sweet girl on here! Thank you for sharing your thoughts and feelings with so many! You have inspired me and helped me as well! I'm so blessed to have you as my blog friend! God Bless You!

Vickie said...

I have to agree with The VW's. As you know I am crazy about blogging, but when it comes to people and what they are going thru, I feel helpless. All I can do is pray and hope that some one hears me.

Alicia said...

Hey Mama, you know you are a blessing to me.

'Nuff said.

Christy said...

Thanks for stopping by our blog! It's good to meet you. I will read your story and pray for your family. Blessings, Christy

W McCallum said...
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W McCallum said...

I am blessed to glimpse into your life. You are very honest and don't hide your feelings behind 'the right words.' God looks for such in us but He doesn't always find it in His children. Many are scared to admit how they truly feel but they perhaps don't realise that God cannot help them until they do.

I am also humbled when I consider Lillian. This beautiful little girl faces challenges EVERY DAY in her life which most of us will never have a clue about. When I start to think about my problems, I think about Lillian and consider how she gets on with life. Small and young as she is - she has much to teach us about patience and perserverance in the most difficult of situtions.

Thank you for sharing your lives Michelle and I thank God that I discovered this blogsite.

Always a Southern Girl said...

Michelle you are a blessing to me!! I hope you know it. I love all your comments, they brighten my day. I wish we were neighbors, I'm sure we would be friends in the real world.

I gotcha on FB. Add me to your farmtown.