Lately, here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I've discussed love on many occasions. After all, February is the month when people celebrate Valentine's Day!... and love.
As I've spoken about in the past, I feel so very loved by God.
Every now and then, I let you know how I was suffering physically. Especially, from the Abscess Surgery I had done in London, Ontario, Canada... on November 17, 2016.
The surgery wasn't the only way I suffered, painfully.
Every day, I had nursing care. Every time a nurse came to give me treatment, she had to unpack the abscess, clean it, and repack it, again.
I went through a terribly hard period of time, when the packing would fall out. Then, I had nursing care done, more than once in a day!
Believe me when I let you know that it's painful being packed for an abscess healing. More painful that what some people might ever think.
A few times, I even screamed at the top of my lungs. Not just at home, but also when the surgeon here in Windsor, who was taking care of me for the surgeon in London, who had done the surgery, examined me.
One time when this happened, my nurses had been telling me I was almost healed.
But, then one (1) evening when I had a nurse come to repack me for the second (2nd) time that day, she examined me and caused me terrible pain. After doing this, she let me know I was not almost healed. She let me know I had a tunnel.
Then, a few days later, the surgeon examined me the same way. This caused me the most pain I had ever had, regarding this medical care. Yes, I truly suffered.
Even so, I looked to God to help me. To heal me. I asked Him to provide a miracle healing, so that I wouldn't have to receive anymore medical care, that caused me terrible pain and suffering.
Believe it or not, He answered my prayer!
The surgeon had told me it would probably take a long time to heal me, because the tunnel seemed to be about three (3) inches deep, at that time.
Within three (3) weeks, I was healed!
Believe me, when I say I was... thankful!
Thinking about being thankful made me think of, in 2 Corinthians 9:15, "Thanks be unto God for his unspeakable gift."
Being thankful is so very important. Not just to me/us. But, also to Him.
After all, His gift of answering our prayer request, is truly an unspeakable gift. Unspeakable by Him... to me/us.
As I said, if ever God helps us, and/or answers our prayer requests, we need to be thankful!
I am thankful. And, always will be!
Thank You, Lord!
Until next time...
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