Last week was a rough week. My husband has been under the weather, and we found out he needs a more specialized doctor. I’ve been dealing with medical issues and the pain’s been worse than normal. Which is hard on my guy.
Friday night, right before going to a meeting I found out my elderly best friend went home to be with Jesus, our Lord and Savior. Her gain, and her loved one’s loss.
So, during the worship songs, I’m bawling, indiscreetly, I hoped. Thinking, I want to leave.
But, it’s not all about me, so I only told a few people about the death early on.
When I got home I decided to go to bed earlier than normal. Once ready and under the sheets, the room started spinning! What is this? I wondered.
Any little movement produced more dizziness. Closing my eyes didn’t help.
I decided to sit up in a recliner, thinking that might help. I’ll spare you some of the details, but finally settled in, I cried out to God.
I told Him I didn’t know how much more I could take. Dizziness would limit my limited life more.
Suddenly, a strong thought reached me, “There is no weapon formed against you that will prosper,” from (Isaiah 54:17, NKJV).
I spoke it out loud two times, “There is no weapon formed against me that will prosper!”
Then, I decided to speak it with authority again, two times more but including my husband’s name. Suddenly, the dizziness left! How incredible! Our God is so kind. Thank You, Jesus for all you’ve done and all you continue to do.
I hope this finds you well. May God bless you and protect you from the fiery darts of the enemy. I look forward to hearing from you.