Such peace early this morning
as I pray and thank God
for His timing,
and for setting the pace
on my journey.
He has slowed me down.
He has stopped me from running headlong.
He has given me
Good news from the doctors.
They have consulted and decided to
wait and watch.
A decision for further treatment
has been put on hold.
It seems that cancerous tumors of this type
tend to take a long time to dissipate,
even up to twelve months.
Mine could very well be doing just that.
So they will wait and watch
to see if in three months there is any change.
Any treatment at this time has been determined
I can relate to this term, aggressive,
as I have been forceful in my unbelief,
allowing my mind to run ahead to presumed disaster.
Given a time-out,
I have returned to practicing trust,
and hanging on
thus keeping myself in His peace.
(from my devotion ~ Sarah Young ~)
Oh, Lord, how often have you had to pull me back
to my ‘Terebinth tree’;
to that place of strength and protection
from my tendency
to allow fear and trepidation
to sneak in?
As I continue in a state of thankfulness,
trust and patience,
Help me to keep my focus on
Your loving presence and Your faithfull promises.
Thank you dear ones, for all your precious prayers.
I am so grateful
Psalm 62: 5-7 " I wait quietly before God,
My hope is in Him.
He alone is my rock and my salvation,
My fortress where I will not be shaken.
My salvation and my honor come from God alone.
He is my refuge, a rock where no enemy can reach me. "(NLT)
(Thank you, Marie)