Serving a Supernatural God in an Ordinary World—Is He Your Superhero?

 

For seven years I sought the help of medical doctors, psychologists, chiropractors, and other natural healers to cure me of grand-mal seizures, migraine headaches, depression, and opiate addiction. I hate the think about the thousands upon thousands of dollars I spent doing so.

All that time, I had a direct line to a Superhero. I kept relying on worldly resources when I really needed the Great Physician. The creator of the universe. The ultimate healer. The one who holds the answers to every question. The one who holds the master plan.

As is human nature, I looked for answers myself. I failed. As a Christian, I had direct access to the supernatural. Being born again give you access to the spiritual world. I mean think about it. “Born Again.” You certainly can’t be stuffed back into your mother’s uterus!

 Jesus replied, “I tell you the truth, unless you are born again, you cannot see the Kingdom of God.” (John 3:3 NLT)

Born again = Born from above.

I just had to get past myself to realize it. Which apparently took seven years, because apparently I’m fairly stubborn. Once I finally stopped looking inward, and began looking upward, asking God his plan, he healed me overnight. Exactly two years ago today.

On September 25, 2010, I woke up completely free.

Seizures? Gone.

Headaches? Gone.

Depression? Gone.

Addiction? Gone.

He reached his arm down into this ordinary world, and lifted me up to a supernatural place. Other than a few minor headaches, I can honestly say I’ve been completely free from seizures and all medication.

Happy Birthday to me!

Do you have a problem that is beyond your control? Release it to God. Seek out his plan. He can handle it. He’s THE SUPERHERO.

 

From my heart,

Celeste

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Comments

  1. I see you’re working on a new site. 🙂 Keep working and it’ll be great! BTW, I think there’s a typo in the header. I believe it’s supposed to be “…others to a life OF Freedom in Christ.” If that’s not what you had intended, then I’m confused as to what it means. :-/
    V

    • Yes, thanks Vonda. I TERRIBLE with typos! Really can’t believe I did that. I made that header like four times in photoshop before I liked the way it looked…luckily I saved the file 😉
      This WordPress is a BIG learning curve! It’s been really slow going, especially with the new job. Unfortunately, I feel like writing is on the back burner for awhile. I hate not having more time to devote to it. I guess it’s just this season of life. I hope you’re feeling better!

  2. great testimony of what God has done in your life, Celeste . . .excellent encouragement!

  3. Paula Kittle says:

    I have my own testimony of God healing my depression exactly two years ago tomorrow, the 26th!

  4. Hi Celeste – love the new site! I’ll add this site to my reader and look for you here!

    Yes, WordPress DOES have a learning curve. A friend told me about bloggingwithamy.com and she gives a lot of great WordPress tips. Maybe that can help!

  5. Amen amen amen!!!

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