Eczema Devotional

Mom-E-votional : In Sickness and in Health

Eczema Devotional in Sickness and in Health

Eczema Devotional In Sickness and in Health


It is easy to make a vow but hard to keep it. Chronic diseases are on the rise, not just eczema or allergic conditions in kids, but chronic conditions like heart disease, cancer and diabetes.

Caring for someone, young or elderly, who always have a health condition is not easy. Being with someone who can’t walk, needs constant care and help with daily activity can be draining. In marriage vow, it is made ‘in sickness and in health’; in the bible, it is stated ‘honor your father and mother’. These are easy to do in good days and difficult in trying times.

Jesus cares for the people who are sick and dying.

In John 11, Jesus wept during the mourning of Lazarus’ death. Jesus did not weep because Lazarus was dead, as He later revived him. However, it is interpreted as Jesus wept because He was moved by compassion, by the mourning of Mary, Martha and others. Suffering and trials are present in our fallen world, and not expected to be easy, Christian or non-Christian. However, being a believer meant that our journey on earth is not alone.

Bible verse:

Isaiah 43:2 When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; and through the rivers, they shall not overwhelm you; when you walk through fire you shall not be burned, and the flame shall not consume you.

Dear God, I pray for strength for those of us who are caring for family members who have health conditions. I pray that your compassion and love will touch and sustain us.

The God who cares is Here.

One reply on “Mom-E-votional : In Sickness and in Health”

Thank you so much for sharing this post. After I got married to my husband almost 6 years ago, I had no clue that my life was going to change dramatically. I had back issues but it wasn’t to the point where I couldn’t work or hold down a full time job. About 2 years ago, I was laid off from my job because my restrictions were too much for my employer to deal with so they let me go. It’s been a hard transition but I know that God has a plan for everything. I wrote a post on my blog to help parents who have chronic illnesses or pain. I wanted to share it on here so that if anyone who suffers with chronic illnesses or pain see this.

Your sharing will help others!