Ruling things out -- Walking with God through MS...possibly.

So, today marks day who knows what that I’ve been dealing with a possible MS diagnosis.

When my retina specialist mentioned multiple sclerosis to me for the first time, I seriously thought I’d get this MRI thing done, have a quick answer then move forward with my life whether with the “all clear” or a new path at least knowing exactly what is wrong.

That was in June. I wrote about it here.

But, now it’s August and I’m no closer to my goal of knowing than I was before I even went to my first appointment.

It’s kinda frustrating.

And, discouraging.

Until I realize…

God is in control.

He is in control of my life.

He knows how many hairs are on my head. (Luke 12:7)

He was with me in my mother’s womb. (Psalm 139:13)

He knew my destiny before the world began. (Psalm 136:16, Romans 8:29, Ephesians 1:4)

So, He’s got this too.

Are you waiting on word today? Are you waiting on a big change to occur?

Does it feel like you are sludging through mud to get there?

Know that our heavenly Father is with you. Every step of the way.

He’s with me, too. And, in Him, I know everything will be fine.

Everything will be made whole.

Everything is in His perfect timing.

Because He is guiding me holding my hand.

He is holding yours, too.

Here a scripture for us to stand on:

For I, the Lord your God,

    hold your right hand;

it is I who say to you, “Fear not,

    I am the one who helps you.”

Isaiah 41:13 (ESV) (emphasis mine)

Thanks so much for being with me on this journey. If you’d like to read all of my posts in this series, please click the links below.

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Have a blessed day, y’all!

3 responses to ““Ruling things out” — Fear Not”

  1. I really hope you’re able to find out soon.

    1. Me, too! It’s taking longer than I thought, but I know everything is in God’s timing, not mine.

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