Finding out I had to have surgery was a happy day for me. That meant that I would finally be free of my diseased Thyroid and the debilitating symptoms that went with it. So for me, surgery was a good thing, and something I had been wanting for some time. I found out I was to have surgery October 30th. Wow, what a day to have someone cutting my neck open, right, the day before Halloween.
The Doctor that would be doing the cutting was named Dr. Fear, but I was not at all nervous, not really. You see I have always believed that God was in control of my life, so there was no need to worry. Not to say I have never worried, I have, but for the most part I am content to let God be in the drivers’ seat. It is much easier that way.
I love what Psalms 62:1-2 says “My soul waits in silence for God only; From Him is my salvation. He only is my rock and my salvation, My stronghold; I shall not be greatly shaken.” This is how I choose to look at God. He is my refuge, and the one I go to for comfort, and hope. When everything else is going south, I know I can count on God to always be here for me, even till the end of time.