“Let your conversation be without covetousness; and be content with such things as ye have: for he hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee.” (Hebrews 13:5)
Len has had great improvement in the area of mobility—without the start of any therapies. (The occupational and physical therapists have ONLY completed intakes; the actual therapy is scheduled to start the week of March 20th.)
Len says the pain at the incision site sometimes reaches an eight (8) on the pain scale. (The pain level starts creeping up about an hour before the next dose is due.) His vision is about the same—still double without his homemade patch. He rotates this patch because singularly each eye seems to yield the same result. Yesterday and today, his right eye is red and burning. I’m not sure of the cause. Perhaps the good ole’ South Georgia pollen is the culprit!
Behind the scenes, God is working in incredible ways! We hope to share some of those ‘ways’ with you one day. Despite what our circumstances may appear, God is ALWAYS present working things out for our good and His glory!
I was reminded again of the comfort and assurance of God’s abiding presence when I needed to call Len’s doctor this morning. Yes. Sunday morning. To my eyes, Len’s incision site looked different. Therefore, I was concerned about all the possibilities of what ‘could’ be happening. Hesitantly, I made the call to speak with one of the doctors on Len’s team. Within minutes, I spoke with a team doctor and he assured me that what I was seeing, although different, is normal. With his assurance, my mind was once again at ease.
After the conversation ended, I thought about my access to God. NEVER, do I need to wait for a call back or for God to clear His calendar before He communicates with me. He is ALWAYS available to hear from His children. ALWAYS! I rejoice knowing that He loves me this much—to ALWAYS be present, hence the attribute omnipresent. God is present everywhere at the same time.
Do you know this God? If not, YOU are missing The Love of your life!