Rescued From A Well

I remember seeing on live television a disturbing, yet relieving rescue mission. Jessica McClure Morales was born on March 26, 1986. She became famous on October 14, 1987, at the age of 18 months after she fell into a well in her aunt’s backyard in Midland, Texas. Between that day and October 16, rescuers worked for 56 hours to free her from the eight-inch well casing 22 feet below the ground. The story gained worldwide attention from so many of us. 

Now, I can’t imagine what that was like especially as a little baby. I can tell you what it’s like to be trapped by unrelenting pain for well over three years. After awhile you lose all hope that you will ever be rescued. You pray day and night that God will answer your cries for help. Eventually, your prayers become just whispers. You practically give up thinking anything can change apart from a true miracle. 

Well, for the first time in four years I was able to enjoy Christmas day. I may not be totally pain free, but I’m so much more relieved. Five days ago my pain relief went up another notch thanks to new medication. My pain specialist recommended I start taking 15mg CBD soft gels twice a day. Infused with concentrated Cannabidiol (CBD) from agricultural hemp aerial plant parts, these easy-to-take softgels ensure you get an exact amount of CBD in every serving.

Since that day my life has dramatically changed. I honestly feel like I’ve been rescued from the bottom of a well. This new CBD in conjunction with my spinal cord stimulator has given me back a life of feeling hope. I’m so grateful for God’s answer to a lot of persistent prayers. Once again God has reached down and picked me up. 

“He reached down from heaven and rescued me; he drew me out of deep waters.” (Psalm 18:16)

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