Little Things Make a Big Difference
All too often, we feel trapped in our lives. Especially as Christians, trapped is not what God meant for us to feel. Galatians 5:1 says, “It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery.” He wants us to know freedom. But, instead, we often feel like we’ve been dealt a hand of cards with regard to our health that we can do nothing to change.
While ultimately we will all eventually lose this battle for health (unless the rapture happens first) as the reality of living this side of heaven finally reaches its culmination in each of our lives, we by no means have to settle for whatever state of health comes our way. Isaiah 43:18-19 says, “But forget all that – it is nothing compared to what I am going to do. For I am about to do a new thing. See, I have already begun! Do you not see it? I will make a pathway through the wilderness for my people to come home. I will create rivers for them in the desert.!” This scripture talks about what God plans for his people, the Israelites, and His promises hold true for us today as well. God wants to do something NEW in your life, and that can include improved health and wellness. The Israelites did not always believe God’s promises, because those promises seemed overwhelming and impossible. But Luke 1:37 tells us that “nothing is impossible with God.”
While it may seem an impossible task right now, please know that every woman can improve her health, and it is usually best done by small changes made gradually over time. Disease and ill-health are not always by chance; they often are a result of the lifestyle choices we make over our lifetimes. Be encouraged that we can PREVENT and REVERSE much of the disease and less-than-ideal-health in our lives by incorporating small changes into our daily habits. This study focuses on the power of those types of small changes in an individual’s life.