D Day- Doctor Day

It is that time again to make a one hour trip to see my rheumatologist. Today my friend Scott, who is now part-time pastor, will give me a ride. He was the first pastor I connected with at my church back in 1994. I am looking forward to the fellowship even though it is for a doctor visit.

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So it is time this afternoon to get poked, prodded, x-rayed, and blood drawn.. In other words, a fun time. I have often thought to myself, “why do doctors want to move things I have already told them is painful?” Example- my left elbow is acting up, so the doctor wants to move my arm and bend my elbow.

Such is part of life for a spoonie, person living with chronic illness, but this clinic I go to once every three months is the best in the state, so I am grateful-once I am done. πŸ™‚

Off the subject. Yesterday afternoon I rode the bus to go teach. A young woman from Saudi Arabia was on the bus. She was obviously a student, so I joked with her about homework and let her know I am a teacher. I felt led to share with her before I got off the bus that Jesus loves her and I will pray for Jesus to visit her in her dreams. Many Muslims have come to know Jesus as their savior after having dreams about Jesus. Please pray for her.

Also off the subject- I have an interview Friday afternoon for a different position with the school district and the program I am part of. If I get the position, I will be able to keep my health insurance.

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

20 thoughts on “D Day- Doctor Day

  1. Love your boldness in sharing Jesus with others! Praying your appointment goes well today and your time of fellowship is a blessing for you and your pastor! Also praying that the job position would be a great fit!!
    His will!!!πŸ™β€οΈ

  2. I’m with alimw2013. Your ability to share the gospel in a natural manner to people you encounter is an inspiration. Frankly, everyone Christian should do the same, but some of us struggle more than others.☺️

    Prayers for your new job!

  3. I love how you try and not miss an opportunity to share about Jesus. May that position be yours if it is the right one for you brother Matt πŸ™πŸ½

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