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Chronic Illness Pain Daily Devotionals Kindle Edition

Encouragement through the journey of illness
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Living with chronic pain is a daily challenge, even for those who have endured illness for years. This daily nourishment from scripture and the writers of Rest Ministries, who also live with chronic illness or pain, is sure to refresh your spirit.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Rest Ministries, Inc. & Lisa Copen (February 8, 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • ASIN: B004MYFMMQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #782,660 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

Customer Reviews

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Among the many helpful tools that reside at Rest Ministries, my favorite is the Devotion section. People with a chronic medical condition feel set apart from the rest of the population. The chronically ill may use a cane, crutch or wheelchair - or they may not have any outward sign of their illness. Being afraid to be a burden on others, having to spend hundreds of dollars on medications, feeling too bad to attend family or religious functions, losing job or having to downsize to a much lower-paying job - all of these can make the sick person feel depressed and worthless.

The Devotions at Rest Ministries are based on Scripture and intended to make chronically ill persons believe in themselves again. They tell a story of how human frailty can be used by God to become spiritual strength. Hope, encouragement, and a realization of blessings owned combine to give the ill person just what he or she needs to make it through the challenges of that day. These devotions are truly the best for the blest!
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These devotionals are so special because they're written by and for people w/ chronic illness and/or pain. They so often say just the right thing I'm needing that day for encouragement. It really helps to know that there other people out there who are coping w/ so many of the same things, even when we don't have the same illness.
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Chronic Illness Daily Devotionals are such a blessing. I live with fibromyalgia and I seem to get the right words to pick me up from this daily devotional. It always is a fresh word bringing me life in days that sometimes seem so hard. This is worth your time if you live with chronic pain.
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Melissa said it so well. Sometimes reading the posted devotional is the highlight of my day. A few I read and re-read. I've talked to people who keep certain ones on file for later use.

One of the great things about these pieces of writing is that the writers are usually very open about their struggles and this helps me not to feel so alone. That by itself is uplifting, confidence building.

Although verses of the Bible are referred to, these are not intended to be Bible studies. They are words expressing the writer's thoughts and feelings, with comfort and/or a solution, practical or spiritual. Here you will NOT find words minimizing your pain and suffering, or simple answers that just make you feel worse.

When you have read the particular devotional, you can make a comment about it, which is also posted. Often the comments are as inspiring as the article itself. And, many of the writings have a way in which you can contact them directly.

Written by Robert's wife, Beth
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By stacto on September 19, 2011
I have found this Kindle blog most helpful since reading it since two weeks ago. I have osteoarthritis problems and have had replacement joints. I also have sleep apnea and was diagnosed beginning March with heart failure.
I was encouraged reading Psalm 73:26 to see God knows about heart failure, for it says 'My flesh and my HEART MAY FAIL but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever" - it lifted the anxiety I was feeling about my condition
Bless you for all the contributions - Stuart Cato UK
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I have been getting these devotionals in my email for many years now. Sometimes I read them and the words touch me in such away it just makes my day. All of the writers suffer from chronic illness in some form or another, so they understand what the reader is going through personally. This in turn makes their words seem like a friend's advice or even just a friend's hug. I highly recommend getting these devotionals sent to you daily if you need that little bit of inspiration to get through the day!
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I receive the Rest Ministries daily devotional each morning, and they are such a blessing. When you have chronic pain, there are so many aspects of the illness that healthy people don't understand, and to know that someone out there is suffering as I do gives me great peace and encouragement. The perspectives on scripture are comforting, while sometimes convicting me of my self pity and "poor me" attitude that can sometimes overwhelm those with chronic pain. I look forward to my email each morning and am blessed each day by it's content. Keep up the GREAT work! There is a place for you in God's kingdom!
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I absolutely love getting Daily Devotions from Rest Ministries. I found them through "But You Don't Look Sick" one day during the annual Invisible Disabilities Conference on Facebook. I have been getting them ever since. Sometimes I get behind in my reading, but I never delete them. I save them until I have time to read them all! I do try every day to read them though, because it really is like having a giant gulp of devotion, along with your cup of coffee, to start your day! Lisa Copen started it all, and now has guest writers that are helping her keeping the writing going. All are people with chronic pain and illness. So they know exactly what we are going through. I love that. It's hard to understand someone with pain and illness unless you, yourself, have been there. The writing is excellent, Christian, Bible based and right on. I never come away empty. I always come away filled with joy. There are great people, great writers here. I say you should go check it out yourself, and while you are there, check out the Sunroom and the whole site. There are some great books too! ;0) RestMinistries.com
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