Dealing With A Rare Crisis

3FD57B10-4BC4-4E0E-8B7F-4768D1FF9A7EI’m discovering it’s quite something to be dealing with any rare crisis. For me it’s just been a series of rare experiences related to my rare level of nerve pain issues. At first you just want answers from anyone who might know anything. Then after you get just a general idea of what might be going on with you it takes quite awhile to digest. However, your daily struggles and symptoms confirm that you do indeed battle a rare crisis. 

After doctors, google, and others confirm there is no quick fix you begin to panic. You think to yourself there has to be an answer to my struggles. Especially with all the technology and advancements in medicine. The more you research it’s confirmed that no one really knows how to conquer, cure or get over what you’re battling. It truly takes all the air out of your human sails of hope.

Everyday you’re discovering something new about this problem man cannot cure. Your life is affected in so many ways you quit counting. Ultimately you realize there is only one way to walk through this valley of unpredictable pain and life disruption. You’ve got to put on the full armor of God and walk by total faith. This simply means seeking to do all you can while trusting God with everything you can’t. You’ve got to put your little hand in God’s great big hand. It’s the only way to find peace, purpose, and hope beyond your rare circumstances. Because after all just because no one can figure it out doesn’t mean God doesn’t have a plan for working it all out. 

“Trust in and rely confidently on the Lord with all your heart. And do not rely on your own insight or understanding. In all your ways know and acknowledge and recognize Him, And He will make your paths straight and smooth [removing obstacles that block your way].”

(Proverbs 3:5-6)(AMP)

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