It’s never too late to experience healing

When my daughter was still very young, joint problems developed in one of my hands. As the condition worsened and my knuckles became disfigured, I feared that perhaps it was too late to stop the degenerating process that seemed to have taken root.

As this problem emerged, I became very conscious of a spiritual hunger in me that I had been putting to one side for some years in the face of day-to-day life with school, a career, and then family. But I knew the Bible to be a source of healing, so I turned to the book of Isaiah and found a comforting message of God’s power to meet our need even when a situation seems beyond hope. I read: “He will not break off a damaged cattail. He will not even put out a smoking wick” (42:3, God’s Word Translation).

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