Good morning brothers and sisters. I am in need of prayer this morning. My not being able to sleep is becoming alarmingly frequent. I have been on the same medication for sleep for many years. It has crossed my mind that the time to either change the dosage or medication its self has come. The thought of changing medication is troubling at the very least. Several months past before my present combination of drugs was discovered and began working for me. The thought of withdrawal doesn't bother me a great deal. In years past I have taken powerful pain and anti-psychotic drugs for extended periods and was able to stop with no ill effects. I was jokingly told by a former psychiatrist that I had the constitution of an ox. So I will just pray that if it is indeed time to change my medication that God will allow me that same inner strength. This way I will avoid hospitalization and detox, but if that is what is necessary, then I will do it. Please remember me in your prayers in the coming days and weeks. Now I must decide whether or not to attempt the thirty-five minute drive to church this morning. Hopefully I will be able to get a nap this afternoon so that I know that I can safely attend church tonight.
Br. Ernest E Smith
Br. Ernest E Smith
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