Revelation 21:4

My Prayer for You

I hope all is well with you as we enter the holidays. My prayer is that you will have the best holiday season ever! That God will bless you in a very special way.

It’s been nearly 10 years since Fulton had his accident. There are many people with traumatic brain injuries who don’t make it that long, but Fulton is unique. God continues to give him the strength he needs, to do what He wants him to do. Praise God!

It’s amazing how God has used Fulton in my life to teach me so many things. I had a very touching moment with Fulton the other day. While I was talking with him, he began to gently cry a few tears. I tried to comfort him; however, it seemed to me there wasn’t much I could do. I felt frustrated and sad.

It was heartbreaking to see Fulton with tears in his eyes and me having no idea why. God then gave me a glimpse of how He feels about my own tears. How it touches our heavenly father when we are sad. But better days are coming and all our tears will make sense. For God will dry our tears and we will never have to cry again. Won’t that be a glorious day for Fulton and the rest of us too!

“He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death’ or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.” Revelation 21:4

Your Friend,
Dawson McAllister

6 thoughts on “My Prayer for You

  1. Dawson
    Thank you for sharing your special moment with us. It certainly was timely. God just told me the other day that his heart was broke when my Penelope died few moths ago (cat) unexpectedly and unnecessary. I know just a dumb animal. I saw her being born and we were attached at the hip for over ten years. Even the vet said we had a special relationship. She taught me so much about unconditional love.
    You are a vey special person to have the relationship with Fulton that you do. He feels your love even if he cannot express it. Thank you for all you do.

  2. I am always so blessed by your entries. This entry reminded me of Ps. 94:19 which says, “When my anxious thoughts multiply within me, Thy consolations delight my soul.” So grateful for His voice and touch in our lives. Just as He has met us, I am believing He meets Fulton as well. God bless you and your family this holiday season.

  3. Hi Dawson. I love your message. I cry a lot. Just the way God made me. I’m very emotional and live w depression. Poor Dave has to live w me. I’ve had several small mishaps. Got fungus in toes from hot tub. I go to a special dr for laser. I fell and twisted ankle badly. It’s better. Then I cut my thumb and went to urgent care. Hard to stop blood. I sliced it pretty good. No stitches possible. I cook a lot of soup for the elderly. So bad is hurting. Then I got a new crown to the rt of front teeth. It is completely the wrong color. Sticks out like a sore thumb. While driving home I started to cry. Then I started talking to God. Then I started to laugh. I said. I know Lord Jesus that everything is going to be ok. I’m gonna keep my eyes on you. Now I’m gonna redo tooth. I have to pay again. But life goes on. And God is good. Thankyou for sharing. I’m praying for your granddaughter. Love. Binnie

  4. My Dear Friend,
    “Weeping may tarry for the night. But joy comes in the morning.” Psalm 30: 5.
    As we continue to celebrate these seasons of giving, let’s always remember the most wonderful gift a person can receive, Jesus, the Son of God.
    Christmas Blessings to the McAllister family!

    Roy and Pat Thompson

  5. Thank you for this timely message about the “tears” of God’s people and how God sees them ALL.

    This season our Son’s wife figured she doesn’t need him in her life again and now we are contending before the Father God as there is a 6 year old Son involved and the wife at this point refuses to let our Son Phil see his Son…..we do have this before the Father God and standing that our Son, Phil will be involved in his Son’s life.

    Merry Christmas Christine

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