The Humble Apostle

Today is part three of a conversation about pain from a biblical viewpoint. Today, we’re going to explore how Paul’s thorn in the flesh was beneficial. Years ago, Mom and Dad went to someone’s house for supper. Our hosts had children and after supper, my brothers, our friends, and I began running through the yard. […]

Thorn in the Flesh

Today is part two of a conversation about pain from a biblical viewpoint. Today, we’re going to explore what Paul’s thorn in the flesh was not. Sometimes I’m amazed at how I have blindly believed things I was taught as a kid. I don’t mean any disrespect to either my parents or my past Bible […]

A Little Four-Letter Word

While attending International Bible College, I had a dear friend, a suitemate from another part of the country, regularly use a four-letter word that my parents would never have permitted me to use. The more I interacted with this friend and with others raised in the region from which he came I began to realize […]

Why Follow a Disability Blog?

You have no serious health issues. You don’t live with pain every moment you’re awake. You can walk across the floor with ease. You don’t pray as you’re running to the bathroom that you don’t wet all over yourself. You don’t take a handful of pills. You don’t talk with your doctor more than you […]

Welcome!

Welcome to “And He Walked With Me.” This blog is my personal journey through a chronic illness, disappointment, and endless pain. God has walked at my side each step of my journey. I know He has been there, for He has promised never to leave me nor forsake me. I won’t wallow in self-pity (and […]