Each week I measure out my morning vitamins and medicines into a day-by-day container. Last night before going to bed I measured my medicine into the container for the week. After I was finished, I went to bed. After falling asleep, I woke up a few hours later feeling something was wrong with my medicine. All night long I kept tossing and turning feeling uncomfortable about my medicine or what I measured out for the week.
After waking up the third time, I could not go back to sleep. So, I got up to check my medicine. Immediately I found a problem. I found that my day-by-day container had two of the same medicines for each day. I had just renewed my prescription, and the new pills came from a new vendor, so they didn’t look the same as my current prescription. As a result, mistakenly I counted out two of the same medicines for each day. Since they looked different, I counted them each as individual medicine and not as the same. Once the Lord showed me what I did, I was so thankful! I corrected the problem and took a sigh of relief. I thought to myself this could have been dangerous!
Praise God for my unrestful night.
27 My sheep listen to my voice; I know them, and they follow me. John 10:27