Neuro,after reading you're reply i cried.It means alot to me to hear someone say I'm doing ok handling this disease, because I don't feel like I am. You are absolutely right about trusting in God,thats what gets me through all of this.I wrote down the verses that you sent so that i can refer back to them often.Thanks again and i will be praying for you as well.God Bless and take Care!
I'm glad you have some (hope, that is) LOL!
Like els, I am suspected, also, to have MSA ... however, it's my understanding, according to my doctor, that upon dx the life expectancy is 7-10 years.
hope, you are doing wonderful. Just keep reminding yourself, "feelings are not facts," "feelings are not facts."
EDIT: about scriptures, that you enjoy; here are the best ones to do battle with (in case you're needing more), pertaining to anything and everything in our lives; there is nothing, absolutely nothing that cannot be conquered according to His will (that's the only catch). LOL
This is not only intended for the coming, but for living day by day. It is very comforting to be wearing His Armor & carrying His Sword. It works for disease and dis-ease, no matter how hopeless, how severe, how painful; in any and every sense.
It helps me to think of my body as a suitcase; this suitcase carries me. It may be worn and torn and broken, but the contents are all intact, no matter how much it gets bumped around! Remember, nothing can touch us Christians on the inside when we wear The Armor and carry The Sword; you will always be safe in Him.
This is all small stuff in the big scheme of things.
May the LORD Bless You & Keep You!
You remain in my prayers; I am His warrior, praying in spirit.
~ Thy Will Not Mine Be Done ~