WHEN IN MALAYSIA (2)

My health was deteriorating. In fact, when we moved back to Australia in 2004, the doctors said my liver was at the end stage of liver failure. That’s why in 2006, I had a liver transplant and I will tell you more about this in another post. For now, let me tell you about my itchiness and dizziness.

I used to cry a lot when I was a baby, because I was constantly itchy. Yes, i was itchy day and night, all over my body. And when I was a small girl, I used to have this dizziness that literally felt like the whole house was turning and turning around! I was so scared, I remember running to my mum (or our maid) and telling her that the house was turning in Mandarin. My mum knew that I wanted to be free from this sickness called, Alagilles Syndrome, so she would pray for me all the time. My parents took me to many healing deliverance events, in hopes that God would heal me. But He didn’t and it is not because He is not God. It is not because He wanted me to suffer. It is not because He enjoyed watching me suffer. It is not because He is not able or powerful. It is not because of my parents past sins or anything, “but that the works of God might be displayed in” me, in my life. You know something, I am thankful for all that I’ve went through, because now I have a story to tell. Now I have a testimony to share. Now, I am living proof of how God can truly change someone’s miserable past to a magnificient present and future! I did not know love, I did not know how to love and I felt unloved for many years, but He picked me up annd showed me unconditional love (that I don’t deserve) and He tells me that He loves me more than I can ever imagine. And He saved my life too (more on this in another post). I am forever grateful for all that He has done for me and so thankful that He has given me a story to tell. As I continue writing and as you continue to read my life story, I do hope you will be encouraged or inspired in one way or another.
God bless!

2 thoughts on “WHEN IN MALAYSIA (2)

  1. You are so very precious! And, you’re so right. God IS using your illness to show all that He can do. I am enjoying your blog. Hugs from MN.

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