Walk This Way Only

 

Deuteronomy_5:33, (KJV): Ye shall walk in all the ways which the LORD your God hath commanded you, that ye may live, and that it may be well with you, and that ye may prolong your days in the land which ye shall possess.

I went to visit my sister in the hospital on Thursday and some of this Scripture popped into my mind for her. Something about when the Lord directs her, she should turn to the left. When the Lord directs her, she should turn to the right.

She was a bit disoriented because of a fall. High blood sugar caused her to get dizzy. She fell into the bathtub and bruised her forehead and stayed knocked out for a while. When I arrived with my daughter, those whispers of words came into my head, indicating she should listen to the Lord and follow the pathway He sets for her.

She kept nodding off, so I intend to write down what I remember for her. In the meanwhile, as she recovers I thank God that she is recovering.

I don’t understand insulin and why blood sugar can change so dramatically depending on her eating habits and the amount of stress in her life. All I know is she can’t do it alone. That’s why God gave her family and good friends and professionals to safeguard her when the diabetes gets out of whack.

We went to a church to visit another pastor and his wife and family and the congregation. We missed out on the singing but stayed for the fellowship. A meeting ran longer than we thought it would, so we were late.

This church believes as we do that the Holy Spirit still heals people. One of the young ladies welcomed us and said that she found this church after praying to God for a church where the Bible is preached from. Then the pastor told us one weekend he and his wife were away for the weekend and she prayed at the altar by herself and sometime later she realized she was pain free. She’d been suffering from fibromyalgia for twenty years. What a vibrant smile she had on her face tonight.

My sister came out of her coma before twenty-four hours passed. She’s still tired and drops off to sleep suddenly, but her bruise is significantly smaller. Her blood sugar was over 600 and now it’s over 100, so she’s on the mend. So many people said they’d pray for her! To God be the glory, great things He has done.

God bless you all!

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8 responses

  1. She will need a lot of support and encouragement to understand her diabetes and how to look after herself. Much of it she will have to do for herself, learning how to care for herself. There is an increasing amount of knowledge out there, but she needs to get it into her own head, to help herself. I was diagnosed in the early stages of diabetes., so I am fortunate, but everyone is different, and I am finding it is definitely a strong learning curve.

  2. yeah more great works of our Father God and Savior to praise and thank him for. Thank you so much and know that our prayers are continued over all our family, Father’s people. Praise you Lord God Yeshua-Jesus! We t hank you with great joy in our hearts upon those whom you heal and bless.

  3. God doesn’t change. His power is limitless. How foolish that we think unlimited power and glory would limit Himself because we think His time for being all He is passed with the Book of Acts. I’m just beginning to figure this out. God forgive me. And thank you for sharing.

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