17 Responses to God’s Hands On My Keyboard

  1. I am thankful Fiona for your writing and friendship. through the keyboard. Love Laura

  2. You have a gift and I’m glad you are obedient to God to use that gift. Hope you are feeling better now and back to using the mouse all you want! 🙂

    • Thanks Karen for your encouragement 🙂
      Still having to watch how much I use my arm, but it’s better than it was when I wrote this!

  3. I find when my neck is bothering me due to deg. disc. I just put on my cervical collar–(soft collar to go around the neck) I find it helps a great deal.
    Also wear things like wrists guards to keep your wrists in good position. The trouble with computer also– you can raise it on top of books, etc.
    When I use pc w/o my collar I find I am keeping my head too far back–yours may be going another direction. the collar makes sure posture of neck is good.

    • Thanks Mary – seems we are always finding new ways to stop different pains, but good advice.
      Praying for you as you persevere 🙂

  4. Much love, Fiona. As using a keyboard becomes harder and harder, I am grateful I am still able to read words that uplift and encourage. Thank you especially for the song! deni

    • Thanks deni – how true that at times we can’t even post, but we can still read and find that encouragement and uplift-edness (not sure that’s even a word!).
      That was a great rendition Lisa found of a hymn that speaks to me in so many ways – an oldie, but a goodie.

      Praying that God will grant energy where you need it and continue to help you persevere dear friend.

  5. Fiona, Thanks for this devotional. It is very timely for me. I use my computer for many tnings including encouraging people. Praying for you. Take care and God bless.

    • Thanks Sharon for your prayers and encouragement. So glad God could bring this together at just the right time for you 🙂

  6. Hi Fiona!

    Good thoughts stirred up by this one line from the hymn that is also a prayer! God has used your hands to bless me many times and I’m grateful for you.

    Mary had some good tips. A physio gave me exercises for my neck that have helped me a lot. I pray yours will improve and that you’ll have many more opportunities to do what you enjoy, writing, and that the Lord will use your words in many lives.

    Grace and peace,

  7. deni, you’re such a dear!

    May God richly bless you as your body deteriorates.


  8. Fiona, great message & reminder to pray: “May my hands on my keyboard always move at the impulse of God.” Love that hymn.

    I would really struggle if my time on my laptop was limited too! Soooo thankful you do write. God bless. Lotsoluv Kerryn

  9. Thanks Kerryn 🙂
    I know your laptop is even more important to “keeping you in touch”. Grateful it’s helped us to keep in touch too!

  10. I am slowly catching up. This is a wonderful devotional Fiona. It says exactly how I feel. To not be near a computer for such a long time made me feel so very isolated! My computer died, and I was almost 4 weeks without one! I missed the fellowship terribly!

    I keep you in my prayers however. Even though I was not able to know about your neck and arm; you were prayed for.

    Soft hugs and prayers,
    Sandy Platt

    • Hi Sandy – how terrible to be feeling “cut off” without a computer for 4 weeks! We all depend so much on the contact and friendship we have gained via our computers. Glad to know you are “back”!
      Thanks for your prayers and know I continue to pray for you too 🙂

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