Could God Be Answering My Prayers?

Last post, I shared how I was at one of the lowest points in my life. The debilitating migraines that shut me out of the world for a few days at a time were never ending, the muscle pain and cramping wouldn’t stop and depression became even worse. I had tried everything for relief and found nothing. Hopelessness and despair had set in more deeply and I didn’t know what to do next to turn things around. I was just trying to make it through each day and all l could do was cry out to God in prayer for help.

I did hear an answer but had trouble believing it was help being sent my way. A couple of years previously a few missionaries were speaking at a Pastor’s home. When I thought back, I recalled that the missionaries had shared about how an organization had been providing nutrition to feeding starving children in 3rd world countries, but, what really caught my attention was the sharing of how their family and friends were also taking this nutrition back in Texas where some very “unusual” things were happening with their health. . .

I researched, and then a kind person called and shared HOPE with me. The hope came through the voices of others who had been suffering; maybe not in the exact manner, some even had other types of severe muscle pain, inflammatory joint disease and blood sugar problems among others. They had pain that was diminishing; health that had improved and results that were amazing! I couldn’t help but notice this nutrition was bringing hope “with results” and these people’s lives were being changed.

I was skeptical yet I was crying out for help, there was nothing else. What if God was providing an answer?

I would like to end this post with an inspiring video that blessed my day and I hope will give you encouragement also.

Click on this link to view the video now, it is about 3 minutes long.

There are two truths that stand out for me in this message as most meaningful:

  • The only things that stand between a person and what they want in life are the will to
    try it and the faith to believe it’s possible. Ruth Devos
  • Courage does not always roar sometimes it is a quiet voice at the end of the day
    saying . . . “ I will try again tomorrow” MaryAnn Radmacher

I’d be interested to know if this video inspired you like it did me, tell me in the comments below.

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