Holy Spirit God’s Helper
November 27, 2022
Dear God, good morning. I opened up my daily bible, and it speaks of the “Holy Spirit.” The Holy Spirit, according to Google dictionary, writes,
“(in Christianity) the third person of the Trinity; God as spiritually active in the world.”
Please bless my sister Sunflower with the Holy Spirit. She suffers from an illness that I don’t understand. She’s in a locked unit at a hospital in Haverhill, Massachusetts, where I live. Sunflower is suffering from mania which is part of her illness, and it’s not her fault that she’s sick. Sunflower can get aggressive when agitated if she’s threatened.
According to Google dictionary, “Mania is a mental illness marked by periods of great excitement or euphoria, delusion, and overactivity: Many people suffering from mania do not think anything is wrong.” Google
I learned from Yas, my niece, that Sunflower could not go home. My nephew, Yassine, won’t let his “Own” mother home. They just bought a gorgeous four-bedroom house for Five-hundred-thousand dollars.
According to Yas, they have been dealing with her mother’s illness for seventeen years. I told Yassine Sunflowers’ son, shame on him for abandoning his mother.
Sunflower’s grown children say that their mother becomes combative and argumentative, and she gets into their faces, but it’s part of her mania. At any moment, Sunflowers will become severely depressed and not eat, not get out of bed to cook, clean, or go outside for fresh air. She can’t take care of herself. Don’t her children know that?
I am so very sad, Jesus. Please guide my sister Sunflower to a safe home. Maybe Denise and Sunflower should get a place together because Denise and Sunflower have been very close since they were children. Hopefully, Denise, Sunflower, and Bobby, Denise’s older son, can get a three-bedroom apartment together in Baltimore, where the rents are cheap. And Denise can care for the Sunflower.
Please help arrange a visit for me to see her this week at the hospital. My heart aches for her safety when she has to leave the hospital. I needed to write about this because Sunflower is my baby sister, and I love her very deeply, but if Gary and Roman had an extra room, they would probably take her in, but we live in a small two-bedroom apartment.
Dear Jesus, please don’t let Sunflower become homeless again. Please help her get the right medicine to calm her mania and balance her mind, and thank you, Jesus, and I love you.