Have mercy upon me, O God, according to thy lovingkindness: according unto the multitude of thy tender mercies blot out my transgressions. Wash me thoroughly from mine iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin. Psalms 51:1-2 KJV https://bible.com/bible/1/psa.51.1-2.KJV
Everything we run away from has power over us; everything we go through, we conquer. The above quote/thought/whatever you want to call it, is the theme of my day. Last night I discussed with you how my depression and anxiety affects me at times. This morning God revealed to me that the reason this happens... Continue Reading →
A great and inspirational idea and post
The blogosphere, and the world wide web in general, have opened up a whole new way of meeting people.
Through my blog, I have “met” and friended so many of you. And I have made contacts as well through blogging groups. I joined Chronic Illness Bloggers, where I met other bloggers who have similar circumstances as me. One of those people led me to another group “Invisible Illness Awareness Worldwide”.
And I can’t forget Twitter. I started following anyone who was dealing with any aspect of chronic health. There, is where I met Jess.
Jess Trigwell is a young woman from Hailsham in East Sussex, U.K. She is a wife and a very loving Mom of a young boy. Jess also has fibromyalgia – but like she says on her Twitter page, “It doesn’t have me.”
I will let Jess tell you in her own words the significance of this post’s title.
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