World MS Day

By Editorial Team · May 30, 2018

My Son was diagnosed with MS in October of 2007. I want to brag on his wife, He was diagnosed just 6 months after they met. She stuck with Him, they married and have a wonderful son!

She says, “I’ll never be able to tell you the pure determination he fights with daily to not let MS control him. Yes, it affects him. No, most of you don’t know it because he’s so strong (well an a smidge stubborn). We pray for a cure daily.”

World MS Day, yesterday, an opportunity to raise awareness about what living with MS is really like. We pulled together a list of 30 facts in order to spread the word and help others understand the day-to-day of life with MS.

This year, we will also be giving away MultipleSclerosis.net stickers to continue the conversation offline! To help increase awareness read on, share these facts, and enter to win two stickers!

Want to know more about MS Go here.

Article on Prayer


I found an article on prayer – it’s good, an Excerpt from Watchman Née.

You never wrestle against man, but against powers, principalities, etc. Paul tells us how to overcome, “Pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done.”

Luke 18 – There are three in this parable

  1. Judge.
  2. Widow
  3. Adversary

A picture of prayer. The whole purpose of the story – get the judge to join with the widow, to foist the attacks of the enemy against her!

You and I will never pray up to the full limit of our power, and to the possibility of prayer, until we realize this one aspect of prayer – the whole purpose surrounding prayer is to oust the power of the Evil One – in other words, “God, Your will be done and the enemy’s will be undone.”

Listen Before Speaking

A wise, old saying from Proverbs: “To answer before listening is folly and shame.”  (Proverbs 18:13)

William Arthur Ward said, “Before You Speak, Listen.” I admit Listening before talking is hard work. Our impulse is to answer. If you resist, it takes self-control and self-denial. Al
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