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  1. I found your site through Rest Ministries & appreciate all you do. I have fibromyalgia, maybe lupus , just found out thyroid problems & on & on. I’m wondering if it’s possible to subscribe by email? I’d really like to subscribe. Thanks


    • Deb, sounds like you have a lot of the same issues I have with health. Thank you for your kind words! If you “follow” my blog, you will get an e-mail whenever I post, which is usually twice a week. I hope you are doing well. If you ever have any questions, you can always e-mail me personally.


  2. Julie, I too found your blog via Rest Ministries, and am grateful. I’ve perused your site and have read many of your posts. Your writings have had a way to reach this heart, which has been weeping with ‘someone gets it!!’ I wouldn’t wish chronic, intractable illness on anyone, but it’s refreshing to find those who have it and encourage others to press on. Grace to you…..Debby


    • Debby, I am so glad you have taken the time to comment. It is always helpful to find a fellow soldier (for me as well) in this physical and spiritual battle and know you are not alone! I hope this site continues to speak to you and your needs. God bless!


  3. Thank you for your encouragement, Julie! And, you did it again…….gave me joy filled tears. Our church just started a series on Job and today’s blog post is timely. May God grant you strength to keep up His work. I would love to hear more of how you maintain strength for each day….each moment. I have little energy.


    • Debby, it really is hard to maintain strength for each day when you are ill, because the enemy is determined to drag you down. But it really helps to immerse yourself in inspiring Christian resources. I have read some of Joni Earickson Tada’s books and visit her devotional on her site, Joni and Friends. I also get spiritual ammunition from watching Beth Moore videos on Life Today. Find some resources that will speak to your heart and give you encouragement. And above all, be in constant prayer and draw close to God. You can just talk to Him throughout the day and tell Him all your heartaches and hurts. The closer you draw to Him, the closer He will draw to you (James 4:8). I will be praying for you!

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  4. I have EDS and possibly Stiff Man Syndrome. I also had a traumatic brain and spinal injury. Although the pain inirially is what helped draw me to God, I do struggle to stay close to him at times. Sometimes you have to choose, will I shower today or will I read my debotional! I’m grateful for this blog and for helping others through your own pain. Thank you!

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    • Dawn, I think it is a struggle for everyone, both physically and spiritually, when you are ill. I am so glad you are staying close to God through all of your hardships. Thank you for your comments. I will be praying for you! God Bless.


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