Trials and testing – 2/21/10

There is no sugar coating the truth that I had a lousy week. I look back at the events and sigh. Then I take all those things to God.

There was the court appearance and attorney meetings on behalf of a client that only turned out partially in our favor. That same quadriplegic client, consumed with cancer, passed away this morning. That resolution was a relief. She is no longer suffering and is healed and whole with Jesus. I have accepted my dear clients are more fragile and don’t live as long as the non-disabled. Thank you God for my clients; and please protect them and keep them healthy.

The fluĀ laid me up for two days. Hey, at least my jeans fit me better now. I also appreciate the flexibility of my job, so that I could take the couple of days to recover. Thank you God for my job.

The most disturbing part of my week was a relationship rejection. Someone I care about deeply is not interested in maintaining that friendship. These types of situations are hardest for me to understand in life. She is too busy and doesn’t have time for friends. I am working on forgiving and praying God changes the situation. But I am so very thankful for my husband, kids, and other friends that assure me I am a person worthy of love and they all help me cope. Thank you God for my loving family and friends. You have truly blessed me.

About Johnna Postic

I am a Christian writer. God called me to be a writer in my late teens, but I didn't know in what capacity. I started journaling and kept detailed journals, especially during my dating years. My journals ended up being a story of emotional healing demonstrating the grace and power of God's love. My first novel, Heart at War, is based on those journals. Feel free to explore the rest of the website for more details.
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