The Websters Dictionary for Pivot is to adapt or improve or modify something.
Life is always full of periods when we have to pivot. As a cancer patient, I know that all too well. On this journey, you periodically find you need to pivot and trust in the next move. The pivot can be bring on anxiety if not made with the correct mindset at hand. The correct mindset for me includes knowing that move is being led with the feet of God directing me in the right open lane.
Today I am so grateful that I found and know God is so powerful and full of grace and mercy. I could not imagine making the pivot without the hand of God to lead me.
I pray that those that do not know of God’s love and support of them, may they find it and embrace his hand of strength.
How beautiful would our lives be if every neighbor of ours embraced God is a way that let them live free of the anxiety that holds them down today?
While I am pivoting in another medical direction, the work of God aided the hands that manufactured the treatment. He played a part in every phase of development. Words cannot describe how much gratitude I have for this development.
I embrace the next move today with confidence knowing this door was opened by our Heavenly Father.
As we have heard from WGM Guest Jessica Hanna intentional prayer is prayer with much more purpose and clarity in desired outcome. For that reason, let me share with you what I will pray leading up to my first treatment. I will pray that God gives my immune system the strength and power to respond as best it can to fend off the bad cells that have present the issue.
Below are the three things I think about each day to get in the right frame of mind to tackle the task at hand.
- Find the courage to be grateful regardless of how powerful the storm is.
- Be truly present to those you are with
- Pay attention to how you are feeding your mind body and soul.
May everyone have a blessed weekend.
God speed my friends.