Wednesday, November 30, 2011

"Four Eyes"

Earlier in this month I mentioned that I had went to the doctor for a check up. I praise the Lord that I am 100% healthy. However, he did mention that I have to go to the eye doctor for a check up. 

For some time my eyes have been bothering me and I would also get headaches so I have been keeping my eye sight in prayer. When my doctor mentioned me going to the eye doctor my first thought was.... Glasses. I really have been praying for my eyesight to go back to 20/20 so I would not need glasses. I wanted to be able to use my mustard seed faith and move mountains, well change my eyesight. I know when one wears glasses your eyesight gets weaker and dependent on your glasses. I do NOT want to wear glasses. After many tears in prayer about my eyes, my mother said once I get glasses and actually see all I have been missing out in that my prayers will be more fervent. I hope so.

Do not get me wrong I have no objection to people wearing glasses. A lot of people that I know wear glasses. I just do not want them for me. My eye appointment is for December 15. I will still be praying for a change in my eyesight, but if nothing changes I will have to share a picture of the "new" me. I pray that you may keep my eye sight in prayer. I know I'm not the only one who wants their vision back to perfection so pray for all the people you know as well.


  1. When we put our health in the hands of the Almighty we can always expect to see His glory.

    I may not ever get my 20/20 here in this life but my consolation lies in that when I am called back to my Lord I will be healed and made whole. (Although, I am still praying that in this lifetime I may be able to get my vision fully restored!)

  2. Oh! I wanted to also share...
    Many years ago grandma Rosa was told that her eyesight was deteriorating and until the day she went to go be with the Lord...she never wore glasses.

    Also, remember honey that the Lord healed grandma Ines and your mom, too!

    What is impossible for God?


"May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart
be pleasing in your sight,
O LORD, my Rock and my Redeemer."
(Psalm 19:14)