Late this afternoon I had an appointment with a health counselor regarding my blood sugars; I am diabetic. It’s been a few years that I had seen her but at the request of my physician I went.
I have no known issues; this was more like a routine event.
My visit resulted in some very interesting findings; things that we “know” or hear about, but today I experienced it firsthand.
She asks me a few questions and then proceeds to download my blood sugars from my machine. She tells me things look pretty good and that I am well controlled—Glory to God!
I tell her a little about myself, sharing how I serve the Lord.
As she continues to review my numbers; she is looking for patterns and she asks, “what happens on Fridays, whatever it is it must be good”.
I kinda’ chuckled and said, “that’s my Bible Study Night”, why? She proceeded to tell me that medically speaking as she observes my readings from Monday to Friday, that Fridays is the best day based on my chart.
I have always known that serving the Lord is not only a spiritual blessing but this transformation also affects my physical flesh. My body recognizes and anticipates going to the House of God and it feels well.
Our conversation continued.
I am pretty much well rounded emotionally, but there is this one area that causes me stress (I’m still in progress and need to overcome).
My counselor says, “What goes on, on Tuesdays and Thursday during the day”. I almost fell of my chair. I replied, “I go to work”.
This is my area of stress.
Medically speaking she could see my body change as she read my blood sugar numbers.
So I prodded a little more; “tell me counselor, how are my numbers on Monday and Wednesday”? I have been taking Mondays off from work and on Wednesday I operate from my house. She said, “Pretty good; what happens on those days”?
I answered, “Mondays I am off and Wednesdays I work from home”.
My physical body is affected based on my environment. When I am at my office my body declines; when I am home or anticipate going to church my body improves.
Go figure!! A merry heart doeth good like a medicine!
One of my favorite pieces of Scripture is from Psalm 103. Bless the Lord, O my soul, And forget none of His benefits; Who pardons all your iniquities, Who heals all your diseases. Psalm 103:2-3.
O.K. pray from me, I need to fully overcome and make some changes.
I did not think that my body was being affected, but obviously it is. I want my numbers to read as if I lived in the HOUSE OF GOD!!
Praise the Living God, He actually lives inside of me!!
He reminds me, same power that raised Jesus from the grave lives in me! Liz don’t forget!! Glory to God!