It was many weeks ago, when I found out my allergist office was being closed.
I was saddened, mostly by what seemed a loss of relationship.
For me to continue with my doctor, I’d need to drive over an hour away.
I only get shots once a month, unless I’m doing a series, so it wasn’t unreasonable to think of driving that far once a month.
Somehow, I wasn’t excited about the idea.
Yet, I couldn’t get peace about switching to a new doctor in my area.
So, I waited and prayed.
I received a lovely card and paperwork in the mail from my allergist.
She is opening her own office, right here.
I don’t have to drive over an hour away.
Besides signing my name to some paperwork and remembering where the new office is, I don’t even have much to do.
I’m very thankful.
God is always faithful.
He always guides and directs.
And I don’t have to say, “Goodbye” to any of the staff save my shot nurse, she’s retiring.
I’m so thankful I didn’t rush out and find a new allergist.
I’m so grateful God provided for this.
2 Samuel 22:31 KJV — As for God, his way is perfect; the word of the LORD is tried: he is a buckler to all them that trust in him.
Dear Lord Jesus,
Thank You for this unexpected answer. Lord, thank You for reminding me to wait upon You and not try to “fix” things myself. Lord, thank You for using this circumstance to teach me just how valuable even the brief relationships at the doctor’s office are. Lord, I lift up those who serve others in the medical field. Please continue to guide them, to give them love, discernment, and understanding. Lord, please gift them with the ability to treat the person not just the health issue. Thank You for Your amazing love and wisdom. Thank You that You are the reason we have knowledge and understanding. Thank You that You are the One who heals us. I love You. Amen