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40 Days of Faith – Day 10 | As If I Never Healed

Day 10 of our #40daysoffaith adventure moving from MD to CO on the word of God started out pretty terrible and ended pretty beautiful. By the end of last night, I felt every trauma trigger I had ever experienced reactivate in my body as if I had never been healed. But when I got prayer from a friend this morning, she helped me see this was just a spiritual attack: false symptoms of a disease I no longer had because God has healed me! I immediately felt the symptoms leave and have been able to enjoy every moment of my day since.

My husband had said yesterday that “we need more vacation” in our vacation”, so we visited the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina. We got to see the farm, village, and winery built by the Vanderbilts in the early 1900s, and we got to dream about what we would build to inspire the world if we ever got the chance. We bought a bottle of wine and a Christmas tree ornament to remember this lovely day of dreaming with and enjoying one another.

That meant we got to our rest stop in Knoxville, Tennessee kinda late, but it was worth it! (And I’m sure my off-sleep-schedule toddler will go to sleep soon… right?)

The Prayer

God, you are the giver of dreams, and the fulfilled of dreams. You gave me a dream to be healed from C-PTSD and I stand on your word that it is done. You gave my husband a dream and we stand on your promise that it, too, will be done. I thank you for your healing and will repay you with my joy, joy, joy as I live my new life. So be it—amen.

The Challenge

What is your #40daysoffaith adventure and how did Day 10 go? How has the enemy tried to rob you of your joy and how have you fought back?

One response to “40 Days of Faith – Day 10 | As If I Never Healed”

  1. […] of God, we began to taste victory in the Lord. Any strife between my husband and I melted away with yesterday’s prayer; so much so that we decided to have a coffee shop date to celebrate […]

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