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  1. brian says:

    I really like these stories about cats and service Michael.

  2. The Dude says:

    Cats and people are so much alike.

  3. j2theperson says:

    ***Asking was for people who don’t know how to worry properly.***

    No, worry is for people who ask and don’t have their request granted.

  4. Surfer51 says:

    Michael I would love to see your book on cats and spirituality illustrated like a children’s book with some great art throughout.

    I see it in my mind’s eye…

    http://shekinahfellowship.blogspot.com/2015/12/the-bulk-of-church-despises-prophecy-do.html

  5. uriahisaliveandwell says:

    Thank You, Surfer 51!!

  6. Michael says:

    surfer51,

    That was the original plan.
    I still think that each one of these could be a children’s book on their own…but I’ve never found an illustrator who wanted to risk doing work that may not pay off.
    Publishing illustrated books is very expensive as well.

  7. Paige says:

    Wow…… excellent….. truly, the Message is everywhere….

    Mr. Orange Cat needs a time zone correction.

    As I have said before, Dogs have owners, Cats have staff…

    Yes! Yes! Yes on the children’s book idea.
    One of my personal soap boxes is how much I dislike most of the typical christian materials for kids….. This and your other stories are a much better way to teach the Life…

  8. EricL says:

    Speaking of asking, seeking, knocking and yowling…

    Please keep our beloved Blog Host in prayer today. He might not get around to mentioning it again, but please intercede for Michael. He’s seeing the doctor today for a consultation about his heart. Please pray for healing, be it through medication or surgery or divine repair. His “big heart” needs a fix-up.

  9. Em says:

    my ability to make an application is stymied by the picture in my mind of Miss Kitty’s claw hold on Michael – now that is funny!

    Lord, please moves the minds that administer the medical care to Michael to bless him today

  10. Michael says:

    Thanks EricL and Em.

    It was interesting this morning for sure.

    The bottom line is we’re going to do more tests.
    If nothing else is found, my doctor wants to “wait until it’s failing” to do surgery.

    The repair would require full open heart surgery and if I can maintain a decent quality of life he feels it best to wait until that is absolutely necessary.

    I agreed. 🙂

    Thank you all for prayers prayed and those that will need to be prayed still.

  11. Linnea says:

    Praying, Michael…and hoping you can avoid open heart surgery 🙂

  12. Michael says:

    Thank you, Linnea!

  13. Surfer51 says:

    You know it is actually no big deal in one sense. You know where your going if your earth pump stops.

    But on the other hand it is an extremely big deal. You have a wonderful son here and a lot of people who do care about you.

    I believe, like the Catholics, in what is called “soaking prayer.”

    Most will pray for something and quit after a while.

    Soaking prayer is soaking the issue at hand with a lot of prayer until we get an answer.

    Once again I pray that every cell and fiber of your heart be made whole in the name of Jesus Christ.

    We stand upon the statement “By His stripes we were healed.”

    But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was on him, and by his wounds we are healed.
    Isaiah 53:5

  14. Michael says:

    Thank you, surfer51.
    It’s much appreciated right now…

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