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I visited my neurologist the other day
Her prognosis might make another to faint
But when she broke the news to my ears
A lasting smile on my face God did paint

For she saw a certain peaceful calm about me
Which she realized could only come from within
For He who alone sits on my heart’s throne
Had already made the healing that day begin

I sought out the Lord a few weeks before
As the first noticeable symptoms did arise
And His spirit immediately assured me
That He would never ever leave my side

My Lord, he reminded me on that glorious day
He would never give me more than I could bear
And just like when dear Daniel began to pray
His answer that day was already made clear

And my heart was very confident in his promise
That I would never have to deal with this alone
For within the place where others could not see
My Lord’s spirit has always made it his home

So even though my flesh fades away each day
And in the future, destined to turn to dust
The Lord my God removed away all of my fears
For in His promised word alone I placed my trust

That whatever maladies may soon confront me
His healing powers will sustain me very well
For in, my lords promise I am an overcomer
While in his tender embrace I am made well.
I share this poem tonight written November 2012.
When I was diagnosed with MS, because over
the last couple of weeks, I have had word
of some of my blogging family who have
been diagnosed with certain illnesses. Take
it to God in prayer believing you will
overcome the human prognosis. God Bless!
Psalm 107: 19-21
Then they cried to the LORD in their trouble, and
he saved them from their distress. He sent out his
word and healed them; he rescued them from the grave.
Let them give thanks to the LORD for his unfailing
love and his wonderful deeds for mankind.

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