Friday, 24 September 2010

Good Things Come To Those Who Wait

I am so excited to tell you that I am going back to school next week! I will start off with one lesson a week, then slowly build up from there. It’s all happened very quickly and I thank God that he has helped us to sort it all out!

For those of you that are still stuck at home, in bed or even in hospital – don’t give up! God has a perfect timing for everything and if it is his will to heal you, he will do it when he knows it is the right time! In the mean time, keep praying, and use your time at home to build up a close relationship with your loving father.

I have learnt so much over the time I have been ill and I know that i will come out the other side a much stronger person. I am so glad that God is using this little blog to inspire other people, and I pray that he will keep doing that as I continue to write it!

I hope you are all as well as possible, and if not, don’t despair. Keep hoping in the Lord and take every opportunity that he gives you. Good things come to those who wait, as I have discovered!


  1. Oh Abbey, I am so thrilled for you! You must be so excited to be going back to school again, even if it's only for a short time each day to start with. How you must have missed your friends! I pray that you will not find it too hard to catch up with what you have missed, and that your teachers and fellow students will be very patient with you. Also that you will have patience with yourself, and not be too disappointed if you have any setbacks - it's very hard to get the pacing just right, isn't it!

    I give thanks for your mum who has been your carer for so long, for her patience and faith, and the fellowship you've had together. I know that through her influence on your life, and through the Lord working in you, you will continue to be a powerful witness. Thanking Him that He is now widening your sphere of influence and that He will use you to witness for Him at school.

    Take care, don't overdo it, stay as well as possible and be happy! Thinking of you and praying for you!

    Shoshi x

  2. Hello Abbey - thank you so much for sharing your story. You're so brave and inspirational.


  3. I'm still stuck at home and can't wait to go to university next week!

    (new post: Paloma and me & follow me)

  4. I really really need to hear someone say this to me. It helps keep the faith and keep me going on. Thanks, like a really big thanks for this.