365 Days of Fibromyalgia

Why

October 3, 2014

Why is my pain perpetual, and my wound incurable, which refuseth to be healed? wilt thou be altogether unto me as a liar, and as waters that fail? (‭Jeremiah‬ ‭15‬:‭18‬ KJV)

This part of the scripture stood out for me: Why is my pain perpetual, and my wound incurable, which refuseth to be healed?

It made me think and all I can ask is why? But see when you start questioning things in your life, you start to question your faith. You have to know and believe that it’s just a speed-bump in Gods plan. If you’ve lived your life as good as you possible can, praying and knowing the Lord. Then you should have enough faith to know that your pain is not from Him, and just like in the book of Job, we must still honor our Father and praise His name, and more now than ever.

Example of Faith: Genesis 6:22
“Many people equate faith with wishful thinking, but it is much more concrete than that. Faith is believing what God has said, not merely hoping for something. It is rooted and grounded in God’s purposes and promises. God told Noah to build an ark and save his family and the animals from the coming deluge. Noah had never seen an ark, but he believed God and was obedient to what God said. He took God at his word and acted accordingly. That’s faith.”

Keep praying and you shall be healed, don’t question the time or day, have faith that you will be healed. Why? Because God is not the one hurting us and through His name we will be healed one day, even if that means it’s time for us to go Home to Him.

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