Category Archives: Chronic Pain

Judgment and Chronic Pain

Not judging means we don’t pretend to know what we cannot know. It means we refuse to belittle a fellow human being just because their story or situation makes us uncomfortable. It means we see someone’s suffering and know that we too suffer, even if in different ways. It means we give full attention to voices of others and that we believe them as we would want to believed. Continue reading

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Crying Out to God

Those in chronic pain may have to wait for deliverance, but we cry out to him because we know that eventually God will rescue us! Continue reading

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Chronic Pain and Mission

But it is important that even in our worst of times, that we do not lose hope of having better and more meaningful days. Continue reading

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Why God Doesn’t Need Us And Why That’s a Good Thing

Does God need you to suffer? What it means to realize that God doesn’t need anything…not even you. Continue reading

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Freedom For The Chronically Ill

“One day we will have our freedom from this body of pain and suffering!” Continue reading

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So You Are Doing Better…Now What?

When you are feeling better…Grab hold of this particular season that you have been given like you never would have before you got sick or hurt. Continue reading

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You Are Not Just Your Body — Part 1

And when you have fallen into the trap as viewing yourself as only a body gone wrong, then that is going to damage your self-perception. Continue reading

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