My husband is having a diagnostic test tomorrow. I’m an action-oriented person; and up until now I have dealt with his health problems in an action-oriented way. Every problem has a solution, right?
I attacked his health issues the same way I attack everything I desire to have done.
Encouragement: “Go to the doctor and see what he says.”
Insistence: “When are you going to call the doctor?”
Demanding: “If you don’t call and get an appointment, I’ll do it for you.”
Now the appointment has been made, the test is scheduled and we must wait until it’s over to see if there is:
- No problem.
- A minor problem.
- A major problem.
At this point, all that can be done in regard to my husband’s health is pray; and now is the time for that, so I guess that’s the final action I can take. That’s what I’ll do right now. That’s what I’ll do tomorrow during his test; and when the test is over, whatever the result, God will be with us.