Today's Scripture: "And Jesus said, 'For judgment I have come into this world, that those who do not see may see, and that those who see may be made blind ' ” Jn 9:39
5749. Illusion becomes delusion when we succumb to fear. JG
With sinus congestion and drainage now in full bloom in my body, I am not feeling well. It's hard to sleep when you constantly feel the urge to cough up something. And a lack of sleep can worsen how you feel. Last night I was able to get relief but had a dream that something painful was in my head trying to get out through my right eye. In my dream I tried to pry my eyeball out to help it escape. The distress was real even though my solution was imagined (I hope).
Waking up at 5am to prepare for a 6:30am prayer meeting, development of this devotional was not my priority this morning. I was in survival mode until a two hour morning nap. I was then able to splash cold water on my face and concentrate. What I learned is that being productive is only possible when God restores balance knocked out by physical weakness. Until then, I try to relax and and let God do what He does.
Sin may raise its ugly head, but You've already put him down, God.
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