Laying Down Tracks for Henry

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

I wasn't planning on posting today, but I don't think I'm in charge here.


This morning, I got an email from a friend updating our small group on a long-term prayer request. The news wasn't good. She directed us to a blog post explaining the situation, written by someone I don't know, about people I don't know, but still - I felt connected. I feel connected because our group has been praying for this courageous family for months, and now they need more prayers.


I prayed, linked up Monday's post with Soli Deo Gloria, and then a post in the link-up caught my eye: Praying Down the Tracks. It is about how prayer can lay down tracks for God's mighty locomotive of blessings. I like that visual. I can relate to it, because I looked out of my bedroom door and saw this in the hallway.

Tracks.

Then it was all too much - a baby boy in the hospital waiting for a miracle, tracks of prayer, my train-obsessed boys, tracks down my hallway . . . I went back to my computer. I felt compelled to contact someone I don't know, Haines, who wrote that beautiful post, to ask if I could share it with you all in an effort to lay down more tracks for Henry - she said yes.

Will you read Haines's post and then lay down some tracks of prayer for Henry?

Once again, linking up with:
Because I know those girls pray!


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7 Responses to “Laying Down Tracks for Henry”

  1. your heart--it is so very beautiful, dear courtney. and i wanted to reassure you: the lump is benign. thank you so much for praying, friend. i will lift this request now to the Lord. love to you. xoxo

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  2. I'm glad you did share this! My precious friend just lost her dad this morning to cancer and I know she could use some praying down the tracks! Thanks for sharing. I love how God works!

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  3. Oh, Emily - wonderful news! I am so, so happy to hear that. Thank you for your prayers - you are a warrior.

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  4. Heading to read Haine's post and then, to pray.

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  5. Oh my ~ I have goose bumps all over! Thank you for sharing, Courtney. Your beautiful picture of the train tracks down the hallway could make me cry! I'm off to read the Haine's post so I can lay down some tracks. Let's watch God's power and healing touch come roaring through!
    Sweet blessings to you
    Cindy
    *She Sparkles*

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  6. Thanks for sharing this! I really like the analogy...will be praying for little Henry!

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