The Power of God’s Word

Thy Word Part of learning to care for a person with a chronic illness is to understand the power of God’s Word. Today’s verse is a reminder of the power and guidance of God’s word, the Holy Bible. Psalm 119:105 (KJV) helps explain part of the purpose of God’s word. It reads, “Thy word is… Continue reading The Power of God’s Word

Your Health

Prosper and Be in Health Part of learning to care for a person with a chronic or terminal illness is realizing our true prosperity is in the Lord Jesus Christ. Today’s passage speaks about our mental health and general well-being. My Story My wife and I saw the same dermatologist. This is the same dermatologist… Continue reading Your Health

We Are the Lord’s

We Are the Lord’s Part of learning to care for a person with a chronic or terminal illness is realizing we are the Lord’s. Today most people live for themselves and live for the moment. This lifestyle is different from how a Christian should live. The purpose of the Christian life is to do the… Continue reading We Are the Lord’s

Trusting God

Trusting God Part of learning to care for a person with a chronic or terminal illness is trusting God. When dealing with a protracted disease sometimes it is tough to maintain focus or have peace of mind. The person battling the ailment often finds themselves dwelling on what is happening to them physically, fiscally, and… Continue reading Trusting God

Fear

Fear is a Normal Feeling Part of learning to care for a person with a chronic illness is understanding that fear of the disease and the unknown are normal feelings. The illness’s unknown and uncertainty are scary. The very nature of chronic disease often has death or at least its possibility confronting us. If it… Continue reading Fear

Deliverance

Deliverance for the Believer is in Jesus Christ Part of learning to care for a person with a chronic illness understands God’s deliverance for the Believer in Jesus Christ. The Bible does not flatter us with the false hope that goodness will secure us from trouble. Instead, the Bible warns us over and over to… Continue reading Deliverance

Don’t Lose Heart

Not Losing Heart Part of learning to care for a person with a chronic illness is learning how to not lose heart and help your loved one not develop a gloom and doom attitude. Today’s verse helps us to have a confident acceptance of the reality of life. It helps you keep the faith. My… Continue reading Don’t Lose Heart

Twenty Bible Verses to Help With Worry and Anxiety

  Joshua 10:25 (KJV), “And Joshua said unto them, Fear not, nor be dismayed, be strong and of good courage: for thus shall the Lord do to all your enemies against whom ye fight.” Ruth 1:12 (KJV), “Turn again, my daughters, go your way; for I am too old to have an husband. If I… Continue reading Twenty Bible Verses to Help With Worry and Anxiety

Time

Use the Time God Has Given You Part of learning to care for a person with a chronic illness is learning to use the time God has given to us. The Bible teaches that God has the days of our lives numbered. Here are five examples: Job 14:5 King James Version (KJV), “Seeing his days… Continue reading Time

Learning to Laugh

Learning to Laugh Part of learning to care for a person with a chronic illness is learning to laugh. My Story First, there is nothing funny about a spouse having a chronic or terminal illness. There certainly isn’t anything funny about caring for them and all the nuisances involved with the daily routine. Over the… Continue reading Learning to Laugh