Verse 19 says For I, through the law, am made dead to the law, that I might live unto God.
20: I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, Who loved me`, and gave Himself for me.
Me and my sedentary lifestyle were able to go and do things in public 4 days in a row. That’s unheard of. Don’t judge me, that’s just how it is, for now at least. After 2 days, I was getting the house ready for company and a dinner. My feet and legs were DONE. It was before noon and I was changing shoes, doing insoles, without insoles, putting my feet up for a time, and more. I expected company at 4 and then we were to go to the church production of “Messiah”. I contemplated the wheel chair. My son was coming in from an hour away and I like to seem mobile to him. I prayed. I claimed by Jesus’ stripes I am healed and more verses. After a few hours, and Crocs with insoles put in them, my legs and feet were sort of tolerable. There was the steady stream of company, the dinner, we got ready and went to church and got home. Ah, the day was basically done.
My son decided to spend the night. We were sitting at the table after we got home. We were talking. My hubby and I really liked the church production. My son had his verbal disputing how he doesn’t believe Jesus could or would heal. I was rubbing my knee as he talked. I got out our big pharmaceutical box. I casually took a pill. I kept smiling and told my son good night.
The next morning, I was able to go to church, come home, change clothes, tend to cats,and go to my cousin’s dinner. We got home after renting a movie from Redbox. Keep in mind, I was on my feet this whole time. We leisurely watched the movie and called it a night. I mulled over my son’s words. I kept thinking of “nevertheless I live”…..
Thank You, Jesus.
We commemorated Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Resurrection Day traditions and dinners, church productions and I lived to tell about it. Jesus heals…….