1. Do I know what this is like? Yes! Is God faithful? Yes! The frustration of doctors not being able to diagnose and fix caused them to treat without adequate knowledge. But God knew. Eventually I stopped all medication(it was making me sicker and we couldn’t afford it) and accepted that this is where I was in life. At 67 I told God if He needed to take me I was ready. However He had other plans. I recovered. I could breath again. The oxygen tank got returned. The energy very slowly returned. My husband is a changed man. He decided that God had spared me and he needed to be the great husband in my life. What a gift.
    I am a changed woman..no longer super woman. Enjoying the gift of everyday. Walking around, a miracle.
    Praise God!

  2. Hi Jolene – wow, you have been through the mill. I too will pray for you for your health to be at its best ever. God is faithful and your faithfulness to and in Him despite all these years of pain and suffering will not be for nothing. God bless precious friend.

  3. I found you today for a reason. I only had time to skim your blog post, but I will be back later for a thorough read (I’m on my way to a physical therapy appointment). In the last two years I’ve been through so much medical crap, it’s laughable. Truly. I’m in chronic neck pain and really hope this new PT will begin to help. I’ll try to post later and share more of my story. It’s really too unbelievable for words. But thank you for this verse.. it brought tears to my eyes as the truth of it seeped into me:
    “As he went along, he saw a man blind from birth. His disciples asked him, “Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?” “Neither this man nor his parents sinned,” said Jesus, “but this happened so that the works of God might be displayed in him.”

  4. Wow Jolene.
    I am so grateful the Lord brought you out of such a pain time and is using you to be such an encouragement to others. Amazing.

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