Tag: chronic pain
What it Really Means to Have Courage
We all need courage to face the world around us, it just might require letting go of what we think courage is and taking up the ways He leads us down.
Holy Saturday Thoughts From the ICU
And then there He is. With me. Always with me.
The Space In between
For though we are facing a world of endless tribulation, it is a world overcome, a world overtaken, a world ever-conquered
Take This Cup
Perhaps the goal is not to convince God through tear-filled pleas to remove our burdens. Perhaps the goal is to find God in those burdens.
An Unexpected Healing
Physical healing wasn’t the only kind of healing to happen over my year of recovery.
I watched friends go out, date, start college, finish college, but I was stuck. Frozen in time, unable to move from the agonizing state I was in. By the time I was admitted I was beginning to lose hope.
The Next Thing
I’ve been waiting for this moment for over a year. Though at the time I never would have thought that the first doctor’s appointment would lead me on a mad chase for answers. I never would have believed all that my body and soul would be put through. I never could have fathomed the medicine,…
Oh, To Count It Joy…
Pain. It has become a very familiar thing these past few months. I don’t think I remember what it feels like to wake up and not think, “Okay, I’m gonna lie here for a little bit and try to see how bad we are today. Is this gonna be a clean-my-room-maybe-eat-more-than-crackers kind of day? Or…