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Rachel Lundy
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Living with dysautonomia. Filled with hope. Depending on grace.
Living with dysautonomia. Filled with hope. Depending on grace.

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Healing is not always God’s plan for those who are sick and disabled. Sometimes God chooses to heal, but sometimes instead He chooses to use a long-term illness or disability for the good of His people.

For this reason, it is good to pray for more than just physical healing. Let’s look to Scripture for examples of ways to pray for those who are suffering from an illness or disability.

http://irresistiblechurch.org/pray-sick-disabled/

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I am pleased to have Esther Smith joining me today to talk about her new book, When Chronic Pain and Illness Take Everything Away. Esther is a blogger at lifeinslowmotionblog.com, where she writes about faith and chronic pain and illness. Her blog, and her books, have encouraged me in my life with a chronic illness. I hope you will be encouraged by her too!

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In the middle of these weak and tired days, I have been given a good gift: uninterrupted time to pray. Many Christians would be grateful for two hours of time alone with God each day to pray. The time I have to pray is a precious gift, and I am learning to accept it as such.

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In the middle of these weak and tired days, I have been given a good gift: uninterrupted time to pray. Many Christians would be grateful for two hours of time alone with God each day to pray. The time I have to pray is a precious gift, and I am learning to accept it as such.

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Life is beautiful because I have hope and joy in the midst of trials. Life is beautiful because I have Jesus as my Savior. Jesus said, "I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full" (John 10:10, NIV). Yes, He has given me a full life. I am so blessed. Life is truly beautiful.

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I am delighted to welcome Cindy Bultema to Cranberry Tea Time today! She is sharing a sneak peek at chapter two of her new Bible study, Live Full, Walk Free.

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Each day, Will sacrifices his comfort in order to care for my needs and perform the mundane household chores. As he faithfully serves me, he is an example of the sacrificial love of Christ. He shows me a small reflection of the great love that Christ showed me when He gave Himself on the cross for my sins. It is an incredible gift to be reminded day after day of the love of Christ through my husband’s service to me.

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Thank you for coming to Cranberry Tea Time this year. I am thankful for all of you! I'm thankful for those of you who comment or email me. I'm thankful for those of you who share my blog posts on social media. And I am thankful for those of you who come here and read quietly, even if I may never know your name. Thanks for being a part of the Cranberry Tea Time community.

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"Today my husband, Will, and I celebrate our 14th wedding anniversary. I look back with gratitude on the years we have shared together, and I thank the Lord for the blessings that we have experienced in our marriage affected by chronic illness.

I will never forget the wedding card given to us by a dear family that I babysat for as a teenager. In the card, they wrote, “We pray that God will bless your marriage such that it will be an example of Christ and His church.” Their prayer was a wonderful, biblical prayer. But, little did I know how God would so clearly answer that prayer!"
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