MIDE’s DIARY : Day 1 of 30
- Divine health. Healing, Honesty. Diary, Life, Marriage, Personal, Private, Truth
- May 21, 2015
I was eaves dropping and I heard the entire conversation.
I’m home again today. No office to go to and no client to visit. Such is the life of a self-employed, unemployed gurl like moi. There were mornings when the thought of being home doing chores while my peers toiled away in their work places, got me upset, depressed and tearful- even if for only 5 to 10mins. But today, that’s not the case.
Nah….I’m past that. Lets just say I’ve realised that God never promised to give me a job. But rather, He promised to bless the works of my hands. So I’ve been working with my hands lately. And though my beginning is small, I’m assured that my latter end will greatly increase.
Yeah, back to my eaves dropping. Mum was on the phone. Heard her say something about how she’s been praying to God to bring me my husband. Lol. As in? It is well. She should please keep praying while I focus on making the most of my singleness for now.
My forehead is banging. Can’t say why or how come. Trying to do some work but can’t concentrate. I remember trying to ignore it but it only seemed to get worse.
2 hours later…
I’ve slept a bit…but the headache only seems worse. Do I hurry to the medicine cabinet? Or do I pray for healing? I chose the later. After all, Jesus paid the price for my total freedom from sickness, aches & pains. So I prayed & stood my ground in faith. But even after that I threw up. Well I still stood my ground in faith. I can’t be sick! Jesus’ wounds HAVE HEALED mine. By Hus stripes I WAS healed, in the name of Jesus. Shortly after that, I felt better and voila! I’m healed. Hallelujah.
Looking forward to tomorrow 😊
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