It is painful when God asks us to trust Him and wait. Our human condition does not allot for ease in patience or trust. What do you do when everyone around you is [seemingly] being blessed and you're [seemingly] being left out in the cold? What do you do when answers are coming quickly for others, yet God is requiring you to "be still and know that I am God!"?
The Mercy Ministries thanks God daily for His never ending provision and His favor upon our patients who desperately need Him to show up and be their provider. We provide health care and a multitude of other services to the community, but we couldn't do that if He wasn't bringing people who provide us with financial support. His faithfulness, and the faithfulness of our donors, humbles us daily!
October is National Dental Hygiene Month, and we were hoping to have had our free dental clinic up and running in-house by now, but we find ourselves in one of those positions where God is saying, "I see your patients' needs. Just wait. I got this!" Our goal is to have it up and running this fall. It just didn't happen as quickly as we wanted it to.
And, so we wait ... with thankfulness ... knowing He sees every dental need of every Mercy patient. May we wait well, and glorify God in all we do!
To learn more about "waiting well," read this blog.
NATIONAL DENTAL HYGIENE MONTH CELEBRATES DIANE COX!
We'd like to give a shout out to our very own wonder-woman hygienist, Diane Cox, who will be managing the care of our patients as soon as the clinic is up and running. Diane has faithfully worked at East Georgia Healthcare, seeing Mercy patients, for years now. We are so excited she'll be with us as we open the Mercy Dental Clinic in-house to be more accessable to our patients! Thank you, Diane, for all you do!