Category Archives: Suffering and faith in God

MRI ordered

Today I had my monthly appointment with my surgeon. After evaluating my shoulder and reading the report from my therapist, he has ordered an MRI to discover whether I might have re-torn my rotator cuff after surgery. I mentioned to … Continue reading

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What I have learned

Last year when I made my decision to have my left shoulder operated on, I assumed that it would go pretty much like my right shoulder surgery. I knew that it would be hard, but I assumed that, just like … Continue reading

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A very comforting and accurate perspective

We are now in the wilderness! (James Buchanan, “Comfort in Affliction” 1837) “He led them forth by the right way–that they might go to a city of habitation.” Psalm 107:7 There is a striking analogy between the Israelites in the … Continue reading

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