In Psalm 27, David gladly shared his confidence in God’s power. What about you? Me? Were you able to sustain endurance, perseverance and confidence in God during storms of life?
Have you ever felt overwhelmed to point of mental, physical or spiritual exhaustion? If so, how did you cope?
I experienced all three but never lost confidence in God’s ability to sustain me during sixteen surgeries, approximately four years of physical therapy and chronic pain.
After my back surgery in 2015, I received thirty very potent pain pills, and took only six. I attempted to return the remaining pills to the surgeon after experiencing mind-altering moments in another world.
When my pain is excruciating, I sometimes think about taking medicine but quickly remind myself the Gospel of Jesus is the only mind-altering medication needed. Disclaimer: I am not advocating anyone stop taking their prescribed medicine. I am sharing my personal situation and experience.
During one of my daily talks with God through Jesus our Mediator, I listened to His words speak to me. My child, My child, have you forgotten who I Am? Do you think I sit idle while your body, the temple of the Holy Spirit, ache with pain? I am sustaining you.
I am a valuable vessel who will continue in perseverance, endurance and confidence in the midst of storms. I will remain still for the Master’s Hands to mold and shape me.
After surgeries and living with chronic pain, I was inspired to blog as an outlet to encourage others and be encourage. I am blessed to be among kind-hearted bloggers in an awesome virtual community.
Thank you everyone for your open arms of welcome into the blogging community.
I appreciate everyone, subscribers through e-mails, WordPress, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, WhatsApp, readers, viewers, those who share my posts, commenters and everyone who supports MRS. T’S CORNER.
I am thankful to I AM for loving me despite who I am. — Tangie T. Woods