Just Continue To Faith Walk
Well I’ve been back in the tub for awhile and might be in here the rest of the evening. Fortunately, I’m prepared now with a TV that stays setup in the bathroom since this has become my daily routine. I also purchased a nice medical table that can go over the tub, by my bedside or across the living room lazy boy. I’ve learned you might as well make the most of wherever life finds you.
I just filled up my medicine holder with my daily meds and healthy supplements. I’m now digesting 29 pills per day. All have been approved by my doctor and can contribute to my healing. In addition to what I’m digesting daily I’ve now done intentional exercise the past two days in a row. In my heart, I feel my recovery momentum returning with the weather working to my advantage. It’s just a proven fact that cold temperatures are brutal to those filled with metal.
I’m also doing all I can to marinate my mind in God’s truth instead of just wallowing in my pain. I’m putting my hope in God’s healing power not man’s limited discoveries. In many ways I still feel like I’m just running in place. I have the same aches and pains as before. But, I do believe life is 20 percent what happens to you and 80 percent how you respond to it. I’m learning how to cope better with my present disability. I’m choosing to believe this is all a part of God’s masterful plan. That it’s not an accident, but God’s divine plan that I find myself with such human limitations for all the world to see.
“It was not because of his sins or his parents’ sins,” Jesus answered. “This happened so the power of God could be seen in him.”
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”