View Full Version : I'm feeling like Job in the Bible
02-25-2013, 10:58 PM
Every time I think I'm doing better and on the way to a more normal life; something goes wrong. More trials and tribulations added to my broken plate. Now I'm having breathing and coughing problems. Lupus may have decided it was time to involve my lungs. The problem is the testing facility is so overloaded that I have to wait almost 2 months to get in for the second test..
I'm having to acquire the patience of Job and the faith he had. Pray that I will find the strength to endure.
02-26-2013, 07:23 AM
please remember that job did not faulter.......
but he did withdraw himself, so he could focus on what he needed to.
take all the steps you need to keep yourself safe.
and accept my hugs and safe thoughts.
Just letting you know I love ya and that I am thinking of you
02-26-2013, 06:20 PM
My wife and I are both like that. We do medical, kids, family, vehicle, home, etc., sometimes all at once, with problems... Now it's tax season, and we owe money to Uncle Sam (again) also... sheesh |;^)
02-26-2013, 07:23 PM
Remember Matthew 11:28-30
I can do all things through Christ Jesus
I will endure, just mentally low at the moment
03-02-2013, 10:29 AM
Toni, Just hang in there and know everyone here and GLSG are all there for you. See you Thursday at support meeting. :hug:
04-03-2014, 01:34 PM
I'm back in the valley of dispair, the insurance company pulled out a little known clause and has refused a claim. Now I am faced with paying what to me is a large medical bill.. How do those without good insurance do this. It's my own fault for not reading the fine print.
Be aware as you approach 65 and are medicare eligible. Even if you are still working you must apply for Part B and D immediately, prior to the month of your birthday. Or you get $&@!!!! By you insurance carrier.