Short and Sweet

A few weeks ago I went to bed as normal. However, I woke up at two o’clock in the morning to go to the restroom. When I attempted to pull back the covers to get out of the bed, my head started swimming. I suddenly noticed that I was extremely hot, nauseous, and shaky. It didn’t take long for me to realize that I was seriously sick. I slowly made it to the edge of the bed, but I was so shaky I could not stand. As I sat on the edge of the bed, I contemplated crawling to the restroom. The longer I sat the worse I felt. Unable to wait any longer I slowly stood and held on to the wall and cabinets until I reached the restroom.

I arrived, but I will not gross you out with the graphic details. Though I arrived safely, I was too sick to return immediately and had to wait at least 15 minutes before I could stand. I made it back to the bed and fell onto the mattress. I was so sick! As soon as I hit the mattress I said, “Lord I need you to heal me. Thank you.” I slowly fell back to sleep, and woke up two hours later at 4:30 am to get a drink of water. I was still sick but not quite as bad. I made it to the kitchen to get some water but hurried back to bed because I was still in bad shape. I slowly fell back to sleep and woke up two hours later at 6:30 am when my niece called. She had some issues and wanted my opinion. I told her I would be glad to help. I laid in bed on my side and placed my cell phone on my cheek and ear. I talked with her for 30 minutes, and while I listened, I noticed that most of the symptoms were gone. After she hung up, I decided to get up. I slowly got out of bed, and I saw that I was steady on my feet. Hallelujah! I realized I was healed.

As I got up and started moving around, I recalled my prayer for healing. I noticed that it was a short and sweet prayer. It was not 15 minutes long. I was not rebuking and carrying on. I just simply said, “Lord I need you” and he was there. Praise God!

Blessings,

Sandra

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