“Your appointment has been changed.”
When you get this notification from your physician, it means more changes are afoot. Schedules must be revised. Previous plans may need to be cancelled. Activities need to be reshuffled. An appointment change can be a major inconvenience.
Life is full of “appointment changes:” circumstances that signal a major turn of events. A sudden illness. A job loss. Divorce. Death of a loved one. Or perhaps the birth of a child. A new career. A cross-country move. Retirement.
The path you were on suddenly takes a strange new twist. The old routine is upset. You wonder, “What next?”
The new year may hold many unexpected appointment changes. When it happens, know that God is there to help you adjust and face the new assignment. Just one reminder: Be sure to keep your appointments with Him. Make it a daily habit to seek His wisdom and strength. Mark your calendar now.
I will set a time and place for my daily appointments with God, and will begin to meet Him there this week.
3/22/2017 09:28:36 pm
You try to give the awareness about the problems of the doctor. First of all, you take the appointment of the doctor after a long time. But when your time suddenly changes you feel angry. I really enjoy your article and give me the pleasure.
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