Wednesday, December 8, 2010

If I asked you to pray without saying why, what, when, where, or who...would you?

Of course you would.

If I asked you to go read the most amazing true story of unselfishness...would you?

Of course you would.

If I told you that you'd never look at blogging the same way again...would you believe me?
Please...click here and prepare to raise your hands in awe.

22 comments:

Tracie~MyPetiteMaison said...

On my way.
xoxo

Attic Rat said...

Such a loving, unselfish thing to do.

Debbie, it was because of your blog that I met you!!

SMiles,
Teresa

Anne - Fiona and Twig said...

The power of blogging is amazing, isn't it?
I feel certain that if I were in dire need of ANYTHING, my blog friends would be the first to reach out and help.

God is good!

Lanette of Cottage Elements said...

Amazing God, amazing story. Thanks for sharing it with us. What a mighty God we serve!

Lani

red.neck chic said...

That is just amazing... I am stunned. Faith and blogging and GOD just takes the breathe away...

xoxoxoxoxo
robelyn

Theresa said...

Blogging is a blessing! What a beautiful story, thanks for sharing! Theresa xoxo

Zita - Mlle Magpie said...

Debbie, this truly is a wonderful story. Thank God for this amazing blogging community!!!

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

You know if you don't believe in miracles just read Ms. Bella's story and again and here's another chance to witness a true miracle and the best part is the miracle happened when two bloggers met. Amazing, if you don't believe in God after reading that, well I have no words other than it's definately God that had a hand in it.

sharron said...

amazing!
i have chills and am in tears..talk about meaningful blogging and a purposeful life!!
GOD is good and HE always knows what we need and what we should give.
thanks for sharing this today!

AuroraSuzette said...

I've been awfully proud of my 15 year old who checked yes on the organ donor question when he got his learner's permit. Just like you to share this. xxx

Shabby Vintage Junk said...

Oh Deb what a WONDERFUL WONDERFUL story....THANK YOU for the link....I've just visited & wished them well....Cathy must pinch herself every day & that Robert....Well....That there is one FINE FELLA...

Cheers,
Tamarah

Lou Cinda @ Tattered Hydrangeas said...

God is SO good! And he provides....thank you for directing me to this story!

Lou Cinda

Kate said...

Amazing amazing Deb

Thank you for always giving such a piece of you heart. I wish I could hug you real tight!!! Thank you for being such a terrific bloggy gal and blessing my heart!!! Praying for your family and little sweet pea for her surgery.

xo
Kate

Tarnished and Tattered said...

Wow Debbie,
What an amazing story. Just proves what I said in an earlier post. Blogging is amazing! People are the best (99%)! Great post to read this time of year. Speaking of doing good deeds, I just sent a check to Jenn, she's a sweetie just like her Mom. Lisa

Lee said...

Isn't that wonderful...makes me want to resurrect my blog.

Merry Christmas to you, Debbie... hope your holiday has a special gift from above... a suprise from HIM! His gifts are the best...
Lee

Ps... your blog looks fab!

Laura said...

Oh Debbie.
I am in awe and humbled.
If you only knew what I was getting ready to email and whine to you about you would say
"Oh please- straighten up."
This is a story of blessing beyond words.
Yet in blogging it is our words that enabled us to connect.
Amazing.

Thank you.
The Whiner.

LB

Carole said...

I knew blogging was GOOD but wow it's life saving too. Incredible people out there. Sometimes all you need to do is ask!

Thanks Debbie for the Christmas present....going out right now and picking out MY tree!! haha

xx
C

David said...

AMAZING! Thanks for sharing the blessing!

Miss Gracie's House said...

deb, That is awesome! Yes, God is good and it is truly amazing what He can use...even our silly little blogs!
blessings to you as you celebrate this glorious season,
Rene

The Stylish House said...

Deb,
Christmas came early at my house! Thank you for sharing Heather and Robert's story on your blog. I believe the lord guided us through this journey and there is a reason this happened.
Our hope now is to spread awarness about the importance of organ donation.
Hugs, Cathy (Heather's mom)

Debra@Common Ground said...

God is good, and so are so many loving people out there. What a wonderful story for the Holidays!!!!
love you, my dear!!!

Rebecca said...

Talk about sacrifice, what a lovely man... really makes you stop and think. Yes, we would probably all give up something for a family member or friend but to a complete stranger - that is amazing. God bless him.
Thanks for the inspiration today...
Blessings
R