Psalms 121: A Prayer of Healing

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Psalm 121:1-2, 4-8 KJ

I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. [2] My help cometh from the Lord , which made heaven and earth. [4] Behold, he that keepeth Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep. [5] The Lord is thy keeper: the Lord is thy shade upon thy right hand. [6] The sun shall not smite thee by day, nor the moon by night. [7] The Lord shall preserve thee from all evil: he shall preserve thy soul. [8] The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this time forth, and even for evermore.

My Journey: is my Testimony. …This week has been very tough. And just when I begin to feel the worst of worst in my body I am reminded of the miracles already performed and I am not left with a witness that God has not left me alone and He is fully capable of giving me the miracle of healing… I will continue to keep my faith that my change will come. I trust God. I will not be left behind in this season of Blessings . No matter how it looks or shall I say how I feel!

Fibromyalgia is real, but it does not define me or control me.


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10 thoughts on “Psalms 121: A Prayer of Healing

  1. Thank you for sharing this, as i read this we are in the middle of a storm now! Also My own fibro has flared up and I’m on pretty strong patches to control the pain. My cfs is just as bad and I am desperate to “get out of this storm”. I also write about my chronic health problems on my own blog. It always helps me to read about other suffers because I do not feel so alone and isolated.
    GodBless you!

    • nora27scentsy

      Thanks, writing helps me to….I have a been having suggest as well. It’s also good to know that my writing helps others

  2. Good for YOU for clinging to God’s Truth when you are suffering. It’s so easy to lose sight of His mercies in the midst of the battle. Your faithful voice will surely inspire others to do the same. <3

  3. I think one of the biggest challenge of Fibromialgya and Rheumatoid Arthritis is that on the outside we can appear… so normal. Sometimes there’s no obvious, visible sign that demonstrates how much pain we’re in. It’s quite the invisible battle. But there is a victory! There’s a testimony… There’s God holding us up and taking us through and we can say In Him I am strong! We just can’t give up before it gets here.

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