I’ve learned a few things

Posted: November 17, 2007 in Health, life, my day, spiritual

It’s 4:45 PM on Saturday and I’ve had a pretty good day today. Last night I had another ‘shock’ experience, but it was short lived. It came one, I dealt with it and then it went away. Since I know there’s nothing there physically causing it, I’m no longer concerned about it. It’s still irritating, and shocking (no pun intended),  but it’s easier to deal with.

One thing I’ve learned is that I value good health much more than I ever have. It’s hard not feeling well. It even more difficult not knowing what’s causing the problem. I’ve also learned that it doesn’t matter how you’re feeling, God is still good. He’s still in control. He’s not out of control just because you’re not feeling well. In fact, I really believe He brought this into my life to draw me closer to Him. Why?

I have been under a lot of stress the last eight months. The Better Than Life Project took a lot of energy. I thought the more work I put into it, the more successful it would be.  Iquickly found out that it didn’t matter how much effort I put into it, if God wasn’t behind it, it would be successful. It took me until the final week before the tour to realize that.

I think the Lord wanted to put a period to it by hitting me with this (whatever it is) in the middle of the tour. I think He wanted to get my attention and make sure that I really understood He has a plan for EVERYTHING ‘under the sun.’  Not just my life, but EVERYTHING.

So, while I’m experiencing a little ‘shocks’ in my head and a little dizziness, there’s a reason for it. I don’t know what it is, but it’s all good.

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