Amos hasn’t felt any bone pain yet which is wonderful news. He made it through 7 hours of church, meetings, and choir practice today. It was difficult for him but he actually feels better this round than he did last round. I have to admit that it might be the steroid they put him on. I wasn’t thrilled about the steroid, but doctors might actually know what they are doing. I also have to admit that the BMW mechanic probably knew what he was doing too since the service engine light disappeared after 24 hours and hasn’t come back. I’m glad I didn’t go back to have a chat with him.
Amos is asleep now. He crashed right after church and I pray he can sleep through the night so he will be ready for his first day back at work tomorrow. I’ve been thinking a lot about prayer lately. I asked Amos the other night why we pray for blessings when we trust God’s judgement on what blessings would be best for us. If our will is aligned with God’s, why would we ask Him for extra blessings? Amos told me that Heavenly Father wants us to pray for things we feel we need. He said that some blessings are reserved only for those who ask and will be granted as long as the thing we ask aligns with His will. I though that was a great answer and started being much more specific in my prayers. Amos is so wise and I’m constantly full of gratitude knowing that I get to keep him forever.