Religious or Righteous was the title of this mornings sermon. The passage used was Luke 18:9-14. Jesus tells a story about a pharisee and a tax collector. The pharisee thinks pretty highly of himself and that he is better than the tax collector. It is sad to say, but I can identify with the pharisee. I find myself thinking that my way is right and I am sure glad I don't act like those people. I know that those thoughts are sinful and should not be in my mind. Why do I tell you this? I want you to know my motives for this blog. It started because Hollie said you need to blog it will be easier than answering lots of calls and emails. Thank you for that advice Hollie you are right. It however, has turned in to much more than just informing my friends and family of Jamie's condition. Now it is a witness of God's love, comfort, provision, control and power. When you read the blog I don't want you to think Josh and I are doing anything it is God who is in control and who keeps us going on with life and allows us to find the blesses in each day. It is only by God's power that I can say Jamie will make it and grow up to play and fight with her two big brothers.