MEDITATIONS FOR THE CHRONICALLY ILL

By William

In recollecting about my own daily battles and frustrations with health issues such as heart, depression, and lungs (COPD & Severe Asthma), I was thinking about those time periods when things were running better during times when meditations and prayers were part of my routine.

With effort being made to make 2021 a strong year for myself and those who travel life with me, I am determined to get back into a regular routine of doing meditations and prayers.

What better way to share than with words of hope, faith, love, and grace while they also renew us during our daily fights with unrelenting and frustrating chronic illnesses.

So here we have our DAILY THOUGHT, SPIRITUAL WORD, and VOICE OF HOPE:

THE THOUGHT:

Today it comes once again from that wonderful writer Helen Steiner Rice =

God’s mighty hand

Can be felt every minute,

For there is nothing on earth

That God is not in it.

THE SPIRITUAL WORD:

Today’s Spiritual Word comes from the Bible and the book of Psalms 98:1 =

“O sing to the Lord a new song, for he has done marvelous things! His right hand and his holy arm have gotten him victory.”

THE VOICE OF HOPE:

For today may we be thankful to God or our Higher Power for holding each of us in the palm of his hand – a hand that consistently is always both gentle and strong.

To so many of us travel our individual road of life, we sometimes seem to be traveling alone because we may no longer have our parents or even siblings alive to be there for us during our times of joys and/or needs.

Therefore, it is vitally important to have a grip on a spiritual life. One that is strong enough to lean on and share with for both our times of utter joy and our times of complete despair.

Take time each day, and sometimes several times a day, to make moments of reflection for yourself and your higher power or God, for they may be the most important and consistent feeling of strength, hope, faith, love, and grace.

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