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Theological thoughts

Discussion in 'Spirituality and ME/CFS' started by physicsstudent13, Feb 21, 2015.

  1. physicsstudent13

    physicsstudent13 Senior Member

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    anyone have any theological thoughts on biblical texts?
     
  2. Snowdrop

    Snowdrop Rebel without a biscuit

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    That's somewhat of a broad question.
    Thoughts regarding anything in particular?
    Do you have a purpose or criteria in mind for the discussion?
     
  3. Amaya2014

    Amaya2014 Senior Member

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    The Book of Job and Psalm 119 have been my go to scriptures on this journey.
     
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    brenda Senior Member

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    I have studied Job in depth. I have my own understanding of it and think it is not about suffering per se.
     
  5. Amaya2014

    Amaya2014 Senior Member

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    @brenda I feel similar. Studying on my own has led me to see the book as a way to understand evolving, learning to accept whatever comes our way in this life, and finding a way to trust that somehow there is a good that we may not see initially. One line always sticks out to me "Who can straighten what God has made crooked". Are we on the same page?
     
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    Yes l think that we are roughly. I wrote an essay on a course about it and can post it if interested. You will then see my perspective.
     
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    Amaya2014 Senior Member

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    @brenda Yes please. I would love for you to share :thumbsup: I ran across a book once written by a doc who came down with CFS and his book explored the spiritual journey of chronic illness. I found it encouraging, especially when I was struggling with the Why me? thoughts. If I think of his name or the title I will post.
     
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    brenda Senior Member

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    On a forum struggling to find answers this quote seems most relevant:

    "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you."
     
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  10. Amaya2014

    Amaya2014 Senior Member

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    @brenda Thank you so much for your article. I have cognitive impairment, so it will take some time to read and reply but I wanted you to know I got it and appreciate you for not holding these insights :cool:.
     
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  11. Dr.Patient

    Dr.Patient There is no kinship like the one we share!

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    Thank you, I want to read that book as well, hopefully you will remember it soon!:)
     
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  12. Dr.Patient

    Dr.Patient There is no kinship like the one we share!

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    Would that be Fred Friedberg's Fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome: 7 proven steps to less pain and more energy?
     
  13. Dr.Patient

    Dr.Patient There is no kinship like the one we share!

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    Sorry, meant to reply here...

    Would that be Fred Friedberg's Fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome: 7 proven steps to less pain and more energy?
     

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