How Do You Deal With pain?

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How do you deal with pain? I am referring to physical and mental pain.

The physical pain seems to visit me a lot. I am going through some physical pain right now with severe pain in my lower back. I can hardly move. Writing this post while sitting in a chair is extremely hard, but I will continue, because it is what I need to do.

What about mental pain? It is the pain that comes when  a loved one dies. It is the pain we have when we lose our jobs, or visit the doctor that has bad news. Mental pain can be as hurting as physical pain.

We have a person who feels our pain, and wants to help us. Jesus went through more physical and mental pain than we can begin to imagine. He knows what we are going through. Turn your mental and physical pain over to Him. He will be there to soothe that pain, and give you comfort.


You are never alone.

You are never forsaken.

You are never unloved.

And above all…never, ever, give up!


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