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Food for Thought: Straight from Scripture Part II

posted by mpratt

If you are feeling completely snowed in by your illness and pain, it can be hard to think that you actually possess amazing gifts that are waiting for your to unpack and use – brilliantly! But, as I mentioned last […]

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Food for Thought: Given a Precious Gift

posted by mpratt

I’m fascinated by how, after Jesus was crucified, died, and rose from the dead, those devoted to Jesus did not scatter like cowards, fearing they would be next to die on the cross. Rather, they gathered in an “upper room” […]

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Chronic Illness: Finding “Peace in the Storm”

posted by mpratt

My book, “Peace in the Storm: Meditations on Chronic Pain & Illness” will celebrate 8 years in print this month! It’s been wonderful to see the book still find its audience: those who live with chronic pain and illness and […]

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Previous Posts

Chronic Pain: The Oasis in Our Hearts
One of the most difficult things about living with chronic pain can be finding relief. Oh, yes, we work with our doctors, ...

posted 8:16:38am Jul. 27, 2015 | read full post »

Never Enough God!
"Leave God out of this." "You pray too much." "Let's not talk about God anymore." If any of these or similar ...

posted 8:41:10am Jul. 20, 2015 | read full post »

Chronic Pain: That Awful Knot
Ever had a knot in your stomach? Or one in your shoulder? Ever had that feeling that you were the knot, all balled up and ...

posted 8:30:39am Jul. 18, 2015 | read full post »

Chronic Illness: Harmony in Health
As a musician, I appreciate really good harmony. When several pitches combine to create a full, complex sound, melody is transformed into something even more beautiful, and I just have to sit back, listen, and enjoy. Our lives with chronic ...

posted 8:15:39pm Jul. 16, 2015 | read full post »

TLC Tueday: Keeping It All Together
Sometimes, you just want to cry. But, the particular moment might not be the best. Perhaps your children need you, or ...

posted 8:06:54am Jul. 14, 2015 | read full post »

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