Praise the Lord for the ones that you have touched & praying for the ones that have yet to met you.
Just like the people in the video, I was afraid that there would no relief from Meniere’s Disease. I was angry because I felt I was a good person but why did I have to suffer so much. But once I opened my heart to Jesus everything changed. No man in the world suffered like Jesus & to know that he did willingly because he loved us is unbelievable. It really hit me one day when I rewatched The Passion of Christ & I cried. Seeing him put on the cross made my Meniere’s problems seem so small. Jesus could have ran the other way but he died so our sin is taken away. What an amazing & loving father.
So as we go through this week leading up Easter, take a moment to reflect on what it meant for Jesus to die on the cross. We all have tough days but nothing can compare to what Jesus went through for us. His love is immeasurable & He is always by our side.
Here is a little something to brighten up your Friday. Just remember that no matter how bad things seem, it will be ok because God is by your side. He will carry the burden if you let him.
Whenever I feel overwhelmed by Meniere’s or any issue that is going on, one of the things I do is turn to music to calm me. To me sometimes the message come out so much clearer than just hearing one speak. Ever since I was little I always had the radio on. I can remember exactly what was going on at the moment when I hear an old song. Here is one that has brought be comfort while dealing with Meniere’s. When I heard this Hillsong United song for the first time I was driving home from work. I felt like God was speaking to me that everything would be ok because I am hear with you. I got so emotional I had to pull off the side of the road & just cried. I had an amazing feeling of peace that no matter what happens, it will be ok. I have many other songs that have hit me the same way & I will start sharing them with you. I hope this song in particular gives you comfort & peace. We have things we struggle with but we don’t have to do it alone.
For a day in Your courts is better than a thousand. I would rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God Than dwell in the tents of wickedness.
Here is informative video that might help you or someone understand different Vestibular Disorders.