Going Through A Trial? Ask God For Help

Hello, my name is Abigail. I have secondary Dystonia   Dystonia is a muscle disorder    There are many types of Dystonia.

My Dystonia began when I was three years old. We were on a family vacation when I got Rocky Mountain  Spotted Fever. I was a normal  little kid, talked,ran, jumped, and asked questions, but  all that changed with a tick  bite.   I got brain damage and due to a doctor misdiagnosising me, I am now unable to talk.  My muscles are  also very tight at times and loose at other times   But without God I couldn’t have learned how to walk or feed myself. Even dressing myself  is hard. But praise the Lord I can do all that.   Although I don’t have much use of my right hand, I can do most things with my left hand. I’ll be honest with you, life is hard sometimes.  Especially since I’ll never drive.   I have to depend on someone to take me to where I want to go. Now that I’m out of high school it’s hard to know where or what my future has for me. But I’m depending on God to show  me what to do. The Bible says in Hebrews 13:5b ” I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee.” God won’t ever leave you.   That’s one of the great promises he gave us, along with many others. God will help you through any trial you’re facing every day you just have to ask.

Hello, my name is Abigail Brown. My blog will help and encourage you to deepen your true, abiding joy in Christ. Plus inspire you to embrace the joy in Christ moment by moment. I hope it will be a blessing!

7 comments on “Going Through A Trial? Ask God For Help

  1. Thank you for sharing your story. It is an encouragement to me. May the Lord continue to bless and help you through your trial.

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  2. Abigail, I have watched you grow into a beautiful, godly young lady. I have even prayed for you to be able to talk. Perhaps God will answer that prayer one day, but even if you can’t speak verbally now, the written word is very powerful and lasting. God can use your blog to encourage so many people, no matter what trials they are facing. I look forward to reading more from you and how you have loved God through your trials. God bless you!

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  3. Abigail, I love the quote from Hebrews 13. I am sure it will help me look to God (rather than feel sorry for myself) in getting through life’s trials with faith rather than fear and a positive attitude. Thanks for starting your blog.

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  4. Hi Abigail, Your testimony is so encouraging. I am so proud of you for having the courage to start this blog to reach out to others going through trials. You will touch lives with your tender heart. I am praying for you. Please keep writing these encouraging thoughts.

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  5. Debbie B

    Abby, you are a precious and beautiful woman. You have always encouraged me and around my home are reminders from you of your abiding faith which you pour out over others. Thank you! God bless you!

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  6. You are a blessing and thank you for your testimony.
    Going through some trials now myself but I know God is with me always. It is difficult but your story is a inspiration. Gods blessing be with you always Abigail

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  7. Suzie Ohsfeldt

    Without fail, every time I read one of your blogs I am encouraged, challenged, and overwhelmed at God’s grace in your life. You always point your readers to the One who will not fail. That’s why it’s such a blessing. Thank you for trying to stay focused on the Lord. Love you!!!
    Suzie

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