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internal medicine…

As we think about the upcoming health needs of our country and all that is going on to make sure we get good medical care, it brings to mind the Great Physician and His health care plan and the benefits of His great care. Even though He is our healer in the physical needs of our body, His greatest healing comes on the inside. The part that everything else rotates around is found in our internal organs. Those are the heart, the soul, the mind and the spirit. In Luke 10:27 Jesus said, “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind.’” When all of our inner being is focused on loving God, our outward expressions will mirror His great love for us.

My oldest son is a doctor and when looking at the field he would pursue in medicine, he thought a lot about internal medicine. When talking to him I remember him saying that he would be working on the part you only see when you make an opening and go inside. Or, in other words, you work on those parts of the body that are only seen when an incision is made. He didn’t go into that field, but it helped me realize that God sees the deepest part of each of us and knows what we need and how we tick. He takes that which no one else can see or understand and makes sense of it all by daily drawing us closer to His image. He changes us from the inside out.

Our worship will always be more God-centered when we respond to the God of internal medicine. Get in on God’s health care plan and allow Him to work His great healing in your heart, your mind, your soul and your spirit. If he is working on those areas every day, the outward result will be a person who is whole and healed.The Pilgrimage continues….

The Pilgrimage continues…. David Warren

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