This One Exercise Changed So Much


Today was my second day of physical therapy and trying to walk as much as possible without my cane. Still a lot of pain and stirring of my nerves going on within my body. I did add one other exercise that is making a big difference. I’ve intentionally done a lot of praising God for everything He has done, is doing, and will do on my behalf. I found my list of blessings far outweigh my list of issues.

God is really teaching me how to cope a lot better with my struggles. I’m focusing on the opportunities it gives me to encourage others. I’m focused on what I can change instead of what I can’t. I’m seizing every strong moment to spend with my family. God has really given me some major breakthrough recently and I’m so grateful.

I’m in the process of determining further ways I can support others going through similar chronic pain. I plan to have a weekly live virtual group where I facilitate an online support group. Also, I plan on having a monthly localized support group where people can find some Jesus with skin and connect with others going through similar pain. Last, but not least I have over 180 articles that I’ve written during my first 40 day faith walk and my total of 80 days fasting from social media. No one has read these articles as God has not led me to release them yet to others. Along with writing a book I plan on providing an online version of my 40 Day faith walk where participants will get to read daily exactly what I did, experienced, journaled, and saw God accomplish during my 40 Day Faith Walk. In my heart, I’ve chosen to see God’s goodness as far greater than all of the sadness.

“And now, dear brothers and sisters, one final thing. Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise.” (Philippians 4:8)

1 Comments on “This One Exercise Changed So Much”

  1. You have changed my life today…your courage your calling, your rising to Gods purpose and plan for your life in serving others. God is magnificent!! How beautiful in our pain he can magnify his glory and save souls-look at all the gathering of souls and the chain of people linking arms as we make our way to our King of King – what hope, what truth you shared that caused so many of us to say “we can do this! We can do this for his glory too!” Thank you my brother in Christ for the love of Jesus you have shared- God Bless You

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