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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Make A List

I have impressed on you several times the importance of carrying a medication list with you wherever you go. Experience has taught me it comes in handy when consulting new and/or different doctors. They always like to know what medications you are already taking and have those on record.

When making that list don't just write down the name of the meds, but also make note of the strength, which is usually indicated in milligrams, and when and how often you need to take it. I for instance have some pills which I only need to take once a week and an injection once every two weeks.

It sure wouldn't hurt to also include vitamins and supplements on that list. I would actually recommend that, since those may have an effect on the working of the cure that would be prescribed. You never know, but better safe then sorry as I always like to say.

Even if you are only on one prescription, make note of it. You may be able to remember all the healthcare givers need to know, but it doesn't do any good if you would be in a position where you could not relate it to them. Carrying the note in your wallet or pocket would solve that problem.

We don't need to make notes for God. We may not always be able to find the words to talk and pray to Him, but that is no problem; God has made provisions for that too!

Romans 8:26
Likewise the Spirit also helps in our weaknesses. For we do not know what we should pray for as we ought, but the Spirit Himself makes intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered.


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