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Almost a bad day...

I woke up today with full intentions on going to church. I got up got dressed and was ready. The only thing I didn't have was my Keppra. I have been out of it for a few days and today was the first day I felt it. I got up and could hardly stand. I knew I had to do something. Pride had been standing in the way. I have known my friend Steve for 20 years. I consider him my best friend. After he texted and said he was on the way to pick me up for church, I told him I needed help. I broke down and asked him for monetary help to get my medication from the pharmacy. He scolded me for waiting so long to ask. He said to never not ask him for help with my meds, whatever the reason. The irresponsibility on my side he doesn't care about, he said he just cares if I have my medication. I think that pride wall was finally broken today. I truly believe he cares if I have my medication. I spend so much time worrying about being a burden on others. It's very unhealthy mentally and spiritually. I got my medication though. I went through a lot of stress over three dollars and forty seven cents. I missed church but learned a good lesson today, pride IS a sin. The devil loves to use our weaknesses against us. We have to learn what our weaknesses are and put them before the Lord and rebuke the devil away from them, that way we can overcome them and they will not hold us back. If nothing else I got a Sunday lesson from a friend and Wal-Mart today. That's what church is about, learning spiritual lessons. He's my Men's Studies teacher also, so his job was done today. He spent the Sunday School hour taking me to get my medication, so we had class. If nothing else I learned a lesson. Now I just have to remember to be more responsible with that little bit of money that buys my medication. That's the next important lesson to learn. I can't let my memory get in the way of that. Dear Lord. I thank you for friends. I thank you for allowing me to see the error of my ways. There are a lot of people in the world who can't admit when they are wrong. It's not easy but it gets easier. Please bless those I care about and please bless the lost. I pray this in Jesus' name. Amen.

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