Day 17 // 40 Days and 40 Nights

This Week’s Promise to Remember

For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.  Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV)

Today’s Daily Promise

If any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to him.  James 1:5 (NIV)

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  • http://www.ranchonia.com helen terry

    Hi Pastor Kerry – I’ve been on a journey with you and FOTW for over 15 years now… I wonder… why is it when i commit to a program/initiative like this (it’s happened at least twice before) me and my family get so HIT out of the blue with troubles and challenges. I’m excited that many of my Nia Technique friends have followed along and joined me on this 40 day and 40 night challenge through facebook…. then BOOM.. last Saturday I arrived in Portland, OR to lead an important 7 day course for my job (co leading/training 50 Nia teachers from around the world) I got a call that my daughter (Liliana – 15 yrs old) had been in a serious injury at her Tennis Tournament. I turned around and was on the next plane home, a horrendous choice business/career wise and yet I now feel sure an excellent choice for my family – Liliana and Joe needed me. Liliana has a full ACL rupture and torn Meniscus. She needs surgery ASAP, we have no insurance and this could be a $30,000 experience. Also the family experience my UK parents have planned for over a year for Liliana to enjoy 2 weeks in the UK and 2 weeks in Spain with her cousins (my brother lives in Spain) now has to be cancelled with no chance of refund on tickets. Yesterday I was so down, I felt my self surrender to God, heard a great song on KSBJ, listened to your message – today – My husband and I held each other and assured each other we are going to be OK and get through this. My daughter and I actually had some fun over some random things and giggled together.. I’m left with this… we have each other, we have love, I have God and hope to inspire my family to know they have God too – we are dysfunctional and yet so happy – God is good… a rather long note to say – thank you. In God I trust – thank you for what you do, who you are, you’ve made a huge difference in our families lives and the lives of many- Good night – Helen