This Is A Guest Post:
Hello! How are you holding up?
22 days today! The longest I have ever been inside our home. However, being at home this long did not spare me from my love-hate relationship with asthma. I had another episode of attack last week which just got worse as days go by. Last Friday, it eventually took a toll on me physically and emotionally. I had my own struggle of breathlessness and it’s not the best feeling in the world! My puffs didn’t seem to work. It wasn’t the best time to run to the ER either because #COVID19. I just sobbed like a child on that afternoon because it was just so exhausting!
7pm on that same Friday, an SFC sister Theresa (Thank you!💖) tagged/invited me to join an online Live Loud CFC praise and worship night. I was hesitant to do it even if all I had to do was watch because again #asthma but an impulse just pushed me to click on the link and found myself standing and joining the prayer.
Between 5-10 minutes during that, I started feeling a little lighter. I noticed my upper back pain (due to labored breathing) disappeared in a matter of minutes. (I was complaining about it everyday for over a week already, until that night.) Initially, I was silently singing (praying) but when I felt that sudden lightness and warmth, I started singing my whole heart out to worship Him! I wasn’t dyspneic anymore! From communicating only thru whispers and silence for days, there I was singing like I didn’t have an asthma attack at all! I cried. No, actually I bawled. I felt the Holy Spirit’s presence and instant healing at that time!🙏🏻
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always had asthma and it’s the first time I had an instant relief from breathlessness. It was a very monumental moment for me I can’t not share this to everyone! And I praise God for that and will continue to praise Him for all His greatness!
Why am I sharing this?
I pray the same for the COVID19 patients that they too can surpass this crisis. You’ll have your own miracle. It may not be instant but it will come for sure. Believe and pray unceasingly. Our God is a healing God.
I’m slowly recovering now. I still move and talk slow but my breathing’s way better. I’m taking it one day at a time. I hope you are too. 🙏🏻
I opt to share hope and positivity and shed light to everyone’s hearts. We may not be in the same situation, and I know I won’t be able to put myself in the shoes of those in deep misery, in pain, and in hunger right now but I know nothing is impossible if we just keep our faith in Him.
Let’s not succumb to hate, instead let’s unite for the better. A little love goes a long way!💖
Thank you for reading this far. God bless your heart!🙏🏻❤️
Ardi is a vey good friend of mine. And I just love her write-up of hope that I wish to share with everyone right now, most especially those that needs healing. God is our ultimate healer.