William Cowper wrote the following words in 1774,
“God moves in a mysterious way
His wonders to perform;
He plants His footsteps in the sea
And rides upon the storm.
Deep in unfathomable mines
Of never failing skill
He treasures up His bright designs
And works His sov’reign will.”
My wife came down with a respiratory challenge leaving us needing to trust God to help with my bladder challenge. We were left with very limited options to get me to the emergency in Toronto if my ability to urinate became completely shut down. My daughter was running rife frequencies in an attempt to keep me going (in more ways than one). We thought we were dealing with a stone issue.
Yesterday a friend stopped by to visit and in the course of the conversation mentioned she took her mother to the hospital because of a urinary challenge. It was an infection causing her situation. When I heard this, it was as if a light bulb turned on. I had some antibiotics left from previous months which I had not taken. They were designed to fight infections in the kidneys and bladder.
What a difference a day makes. My system was back to almost operating normal in less than 24 hours which I praise and thank God for. What was a challenge for one person, because of a shared word, became an answer to prayer for my life.
My daughter has found the rife frequencies for the antibiotic I am using up and my wife who is showing signs of this same challenge is able to address the issue for her body without the side effects of the drug.
Never underestimate the power of God to work in your life. Also, do not dictate how your answer might come to you, because God does move in mysterious ways His wonders to perform. Be open to the power of God’s Word spoken into your situation. 1 Thessalonians 5:24 reminds us, “He who calls you is faithful; he will surely do it” (ESV).