Ponder This – What Do You Do With The Pain Again?


As you intently and honestly ponder the questions posted in this blog! Post your point of pain comments. Or if you prefer, perhaps write about the pain of others with whom you are familiar. Have you ever considered the “nugget of gratitude” that may be hidden in the pain when “life happens“? Then check back in a few days for my riveting “Finding Nuggets Of Gratitude When Life Happens” post.

Pain Defined

What do you do with pain? Do you pray it away? Do you wish it would just go away? Is your faith challenged because you have pain? Do you wonder what others are going to think of you?  Do you wonder why it is there in the first place? Does confusion set in because your stand in faith against it does not immediately manifest release? Is there healing in pain? Is there healing thru pain? Or perhaps should you ask yourself, “Do I r-e-a-l-l-y want the pain to go away?” What will you do if the pain is no longer there? What do you do with the void that the absence of pain has left? What do you do with the pain?

5 thoughts on “Ponder This – What Do You Do With The Pain Again?

  1. I surely don’t know what I would do without my faith, during recent bouts of tiring/nagging pain. That faith leads to the hope, that always brings me back to being grounded, and the knowing that things WILL get better. God sends me countless blessings and messages in many crazy/surprising ways. I am grateful.

    Love to you Miss Rainey!

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  2. I have not had much physical pain in my life. But I am going through difficult things with my health. I remind myself often that all my diseases have been born on the cross by Jesus and by His stripes I AM healed–no matter how I feel! It really is not easy to stand in faith but it is worth it. His love sustains me.

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  3. Reblogged this on Miss Rainey Giving You Hope and commented:

    As you ponder the questions posted in this blog, post your Point of Pain comments. Or if you prefer, perhaps write about the pain of others with which you are familiar. Have you ever considered the “nugget of gratitude” that may be hidden in the pain when “life happens”? Then check back in a few days for my riveting “Finding Nuggets Of Gratitude When Life Happens” post.

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