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*PSALMS 30: 2-3*

2)”O Lord my God, I cried to you for help, and you restored my health.”

3)”You bought me up from the grave, O Lord. You kept me from falling into to pit of death.”


Since moving a few months ago & having to get reestablished with new doctors. I was so excited this past week to have the last part of getting all my doctor, insurance & medication stuff figured out & taken care of. For the most part it all seemed to be wrapping up well. That was until I picked up some of my daily liver meds at the the pharmacy we just switched to, due to our new insurance & affordability. Something had gotten lost in translation when changing pharmacies & a few of them were different than what I usually take. It had taken a LONG time to figure out which ones worked for me & which ones didn’t. So I definitely didn’t want to change even if it was just to a different brand, knowing that what I was currently taking was working great. Thank goodness we were able to get all sorted out quickly.

I love how if you will allow the Holy Spirit to take up permanent residency with your heart. The Lord will speak to you through everyday situations. Like some medications getting mixed up. As I was in the middle of getting it all figured out, The Holy Spirit brought back to my memory. All the physical pain & anguish I had gone through for over a year when we were trying to find the right medicines for me. It wasn’t until March or April of 2017 that we had finally found the right ones. Because of the Lords Miraculous & Continual healing. To date, I have been able to cut out most of them. Those memories were a most Beautiful & Joyous reminder from the Lord, at how far He has brought me in this last year, how Awesome His Power is & how Amazing His Healing is! I was brought to tears of utter thankfulness at what God has done & is doing in my life!

Our Savior Jesus Christ is NO respecter of persons. What He has done for me He can do for you as well. There is no Magnitude of What our Lord Can & Will do for His Children!

By Ruth Griffith