In yesterday's Life with Lynnie (LwL) entry, I discussed how I watched a movie last Saturday evening.
On that evening, I found that I wasn't feeling well. The pain in my gut wasn't fun. And, the swelling was worse.
Thinking about how I was suffering, without a living person to care for me, didn't make me feel good, emotionally.
To be honest, I felt rather low in spirit. At least, in some ways.
In other ways, I was thankful. Thankful that God had provided for me.
As I've mentioned in the past, I've prayed for a very long time now, that He would reveal truth to me. And, He has.
Since I've been sick and been cut open six (6) times since September 2012, God has shown me very much truth.
Life hasn't been easy for me. And, I haven't been capable of doing much, physically. Especially, since this latest and most major surgery that has greatly limited my body functions.
Even so, God has shown me, who cares for me. And, who doesn't.
Believe me. It hasn't been easy, finding out the truth about people. Especially, when many are people I love and/or care about.
Even though I felt rather low in spirit last Saturday evening, I prayed to my Lord. And, trusted Him to help me feel better.
This brought to mind, James 4:10, "Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and he shall lift you up."
Yes, this horrible physical trial I have yet to finish going through, hasn't been easy for me. Nor, has life, during this time.
It has been a humbling experience. And, one that I have had to look to Him, for everything.
I praise Him for being there, for me. For lifting me up, and encouraging me.
For this, I am grateful. And, always will be.
Once again, I must ask you to please pray for healing, for me.
Hopefully, God will place it on your heart to do so. If this happens, I pray God will truly bless you. Always.
And, I thank you, from the bottom of my heart.
Until next time...
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