A 'do-it-yourself' project

As I walked through our home recently I noticed, and delighted in, all the DIY (do-it-yourself) projects I’ve completed: the willow baskets above the fireplace; the iron pot rack I made in a blacksmith course, then hung above the kitchen sink; the tiny summer house I built, which is just right for a hammock in our garden—all things I’d built myself. (Well, OK, the summer house needed four hands to hold up walls and the roof while we measured and hammered!)

I believe that’s the way it is with healing. Whenever there is a need—whether it’s financial, physical, employment related, or anything else—we learn to go straight to the Father for answers, for direction, for healing. There’s no go-between to get to God. Each of us can learn to heal ourselves, since healing really happens in our own thought.

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