With this knee surgery, I’ve been allowed to see a lot of the things I take for granted. Just to hop in bed, or sit in a chair, or get in my car normally are things I can’t do. Number one, it’s my right leg, and number two, it’s just not that easy. It’s not that convenient.
Our strongest moments are when we are bowed down to God, acknowledging that He is God and that what we need only He can provide, and He is able to. It’s sad, I can’t bow down on my knees right now. I never really appreciated the beauty of being able to bow down completely surrendered to God, until now. It’s painful to be on my knee and it’s really still uncomfortable to lay prostrate. It’s something I can still try to do, but it’s not as simple as it used to be.
I just wanted to say that we really shouldn’t take so many things for granted. We shouldn’t take the simplest things for granted because they are sometimes the biggest things. I never even thought about a day where it would be difficult to bow down on my knee and here I am facing that.
I have to tell you, it really makes me appreciate all the times that I could, and it really makes me feel bad for all the times that I could bow down and I didn’t.