Never confuse the trial of faith with the ordinary discipline of life, because a great deal of what we call the trial of faith is the inevitable result of being alive. Faith, as the Bible teaches it, is faith in God coming against everything that contradicts Him – a faith that says, “I will remain true to God’s character whatever He may do.” The highest and the greatest expression of faith in the whole Bible is, “Though He slay me, yet I will trust Him” (Job 13:15).
Hi skeer. To answer your question, financially I'm doing fine. With worker's compensation I am taking in less money and there's a lot of restrictions to it that prevent me from taking other types of income. But God has met my needs and I can't complainPraying for you!
Out of curiosity, how are you doing financially? From what I can tell, you've been going from surgery to surgery a lot.
Have you had time to relax? Like I said, praying
Thanks Skeer. Yes it looks like trying to get disability will prove difficult. Everyone who has seen my feet/xrays says I should of been on it already but call it pride or forgetfulness, I continued to work and every day when I came home was dealing with intense pain. And this occurred prior to the new set of operations that began in 2013. These new operations have fixed some problems in the bones but overall the pain is more intense now. As for trying to get disability, I will lean on to God for guidance in this matter.Glad to hear you are doing ok on workers comp. Hopefully your body heals, and you get disability, or at least a full recovery. I know from my dad's experience, that it usually doesn't heal all the way and even after fixed up, it doesn't work like it used to.
I don't fully understand how disability works, but according to my mom, they are looking for both physical and mental problems. That's why they tried kicking my brother off, even though he has a steel rod in his spine and the same genetic heart problem as me. Meanwhile, I just have the heart problem, very mild autism, and schizophrenia (which is perfectly under control now), and they never pick on me. If I was able to drive a car, I may possibly be able to work (everyone around me tells me I don't want to work, and to stay disabled).
But enough of that, I hope God helps you, no matter what path your life takes
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