As Mark and I began watching the One Touch Ping introduction video the other night in preparation for our training this past Monday we both felt panic welling up. It made me feel better to know my typically calm, confident, technology loving hubby was feeling the same way, at least I wasn't overreacting! It was an incredible amount of information (given in an informative but mind numbingly boring way) to take in and the importance of really knowing it was crucial.
As I'm beginning to panic and question our decision to transfer to an insulin pump I have to remind myself this is what is best for Marian and I need to push through the anxiety to do what's best for her. I knew I needed to sit in the Word so that's what I did. "Do not be anxious but in all things cast your cares upon Him who cares for you," has been repeated frequently in the past six months. At time and here is another day it's more a chanting plea throughout the day.
Then I read
"God is our refuge and strength a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear though the earth gives way, though the mountains be moved into the heart of the sea...." Psalm 46:1-2
I began to laugh. Seriously I'm not facing the earth giving way today (that I know of at least). I'm facing a busy schedule, pregnancy, loving kids and hubby, and a little pink piece of technology. It's helpful to have a bit of perspective!
As I read on God reminds me He's in the midst of this creation that he's with me and our families fortress.
Verse 10 begins "...be still and know that I'm God." So when panic arises when our lives begin to go out of our plans (but not God's plan!) remember He is our refuge and strength amid the biggest disasters or the smallest everyday events.