Chronic Joy® Contributing Writer
Erin is a grateful follower of Jesus, navigating the different stages of life through the eyes of severe chronic illness. She has a passion for empowering others by encouraging them to trust God in even the most difficult of circumstances. Erin and her husband, along with their two young boys live purposely and passionately to be the hands and feet of Jesus as local missionaries in a low income and high crime neighborhood. Her other passions include freelance writing, loom knitting, and fishing. Check out her blog chroniclivinginchrist.com.
After a long day with an aching eye, going from a walk in clinic to the emergency room to the specialist’s office, I felt my heart sink and sighed, resigning to the reality I had feared. I was back to blind.
While physically doing things for others is part of being a biblical servant, I believe the full meaning is more in-depth. It’s about knowing that service comes from the heart and an overflow of the love of Jesus.
Don't let fear, doubt, or complacency keep you from the abundant life God wants for you. God wants us to dream ... to reach for the impossible.