I do believe we are given the answers that we seek but we don’t pay attention or refuse to listen. Most of the time, the answer is presented right in our face. Have you ever prayed or mediataring about something and it finally presented itself?
Nicole Cherise ❤️
Hi everyone! How are you great people doing on this Easter Sunday? I hope we’ll, happy and blessed.
As, I was listening to the sermon in church, I began to think about the power of prayer and how praying affects me. I also think about how much my family and friends pray for me constantly. It’s been because of their prayers and support, that I’m able to keep a smile on my face during the challenges that life presents in my path. I know that things will get better because of God’s grace.
So that led me to this question/quote. Do you have a prayer buddy or group? If not, I think it’s a good idea to consider. We have significant others, family, friends, church members, gym partners, and more who could meet with you to pray. With the age of technology, you can text, email, FaceTime, Snapchat each other if you can’t physically meet. There is no right or wrong way to pray, but you would be surprised of the many outcomes.
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Nicole Cherise ❤️
Even if you are not “religious” there is nothing wrong with having a buddy who can help with your meditating or journey for peace. This keeps us grounded when we are faced with so much adversity.
Nicole Cherise ❤
We may feel lost and get weary but someone is always praying for us. They are praying over us even when we don’t have the sense to pray ourselves. Some may not believe in prayer but something in the universe is sending good vibes your way.
For that, we should try to smile.
I hope everyone had an awesome weekend! I did as well, however this morning was another story. Last night I was experiencing nerve burning in my arms and legs. This happens here and there as one the many symptoms that I experience with MS. My neurologist prescribed gabapentin which helps arrange for patients with neurological pain. I felt better within the hour. However, this morning I woke up very drowsy and out of it! My arms and legs were weak and the inside feelings felt horrible. What made me even more upset was holding my 10 month old son, but being scared of dropping him due to the lack of strength I felt in my arms.
I know there are many religions and many who are not religious, but I tell you, I am a believer in God and Jesus. After barely being able to change my son’s pamper, I cried out and prayed for strength. I always do, but today with my son watching me, I had to give my sadness and worries to Him so that I could make it to work and carry out the best of my day. I started to walk around and stretched and started to feel a little stronger. I’m still not 100%, however, I managed to “look” not how I feel.
I share with you because I don’t want you feel defeated for long. Yes, things that we are going through can make us feel like we are in a whole, but remember you don’t have to stay there. Even if praying isn’t an option for you, meditating or self affirmations can help. If that doesn’t help, try not to be prideful, seek resources that can assist you with your issues. I’m here for you as well friends! Drop your email and we can chat. Have a good one!