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A chronic condition is persistent, ongoing. And for physical, chronic disease, medically speaking, is usually¬†incurable. Facing my own chronic issue has been a decade-long struggle. I’ve wrestled with scriptures and promises of healing, coming to realize deep-seeded beliefs about God as Healer. As He’s shown me more of Himself in…(Read More)

Can I Be Healed?

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I don’t suppose I considered this question of healing much before I experienced a life-altering diagnosis. Have you? I’ve been living with Type 1 diabetes for nearly a decade. A decade of confusion, lessons learned, failed attempts, successes, struggles, and wondering: What is God doing in the midst of this disease? Several…(Read More)

I’d lost hope completely. Whenever someone offered to pray for me…for this issue…I’d smile and say, “Sure, thanks!” But, inside, my heart had grown cold. I knew the prayer lifted up in genuine concern and out of love for me would fall flat. After living¬†with a diagnosis for more than…(Read More)

Brokenness doesn’t diminish your value. Brokenness means you have a story. Scars mean a wound you once had has been healed. Some scars do completely fade. But many remain, becoming a testimony themselves of where both wounding and healing have occurred. Being healed doesn’t always mean you’ll be flawless. The flaws give…(Read More)

So we left off from “The Pressure Cooker – Part 1,” with the thought that we need to know our design. God made us in an intimate way, knowing us before we were formed , “For you [God] formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you, for I…(Read More)

“Starting a quarrel is like breaching a dam; so drop the matter before a dispute breaks out.” Proverbs 17:14 NIV “Just drop it,” How many of us have heard this being said in the heat of an argument? Why is that said? To release stress of the argument, to prevent negative or even more…(Read More)